Do you miss the feeling of sipping on a refreshing cup of iced Thai milk tea while strolling in the most famous night markets in Bangkok? Reminisce the travelling vibes and indulge in the iconic drink that is reinvented into different forms such as crepe cakes and macarons. Here are the 7 best Thai milk tea desserts in Singapore you should try; you can’t really go wrong with Thailand’s signature flavour.

1. Two Bake Boys | Thai Milk Tea Crepe Cake

Two Bake Boys Thai Milk Tea Crepe Cake homebaker to takeaway store
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Handcrafted freshly with no gelatine and preservatives, Two Bake Boys offers authentic Thai milk tea crepe cakes which come with milk tea drizzle for the extra oomph. They initially started out as a home-based business but has ventured into a takeaway store lately due to the rising demand. Aside from their signature choice, they also have Thai Rose Tea and Thai Green Tea flavours, and prices for the cakes range from S$7 (per slice) to S$58 (whole cake).

Location: 114 Lavender St, #01-04 CT hub2, Singapore 338729

2. Creme Maison | Thai Milk Tea Fudge

Creme Maison Thai Milk Tea Fudge
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Thai tea lovers are going to love this Thai Milk Tea Fudge as the entire cake screams Thai tea in your face (or mouth) – Cha Tra Mue Thai tea infused cake sponge with Cha Yen fudge layers in the middle, coated fully with Thai tea vanilla cream, drizzle with Thai milk tea fudge on the side and topped with Thai milk tea crumbles for the final completion. Perfect for family celebrations, a 5″ cake will cost only S$48.

Location: 30 Tai Seng St, #08-03C BreadTalk IHQ, Singapore 534013

3. Wan Wan Thai Cafe | Thai Milk Tea Toast

Thai Milk Tea Toast at Wan Wan Thai Cafe
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Miss having Shibuya-style toast at After You Cafe in Bangkok? This garden themed cafe located at Bugis can probably satisfy your cravings with their Thai milk tea toast and bingsu, ranging from S$8.90 – S$14.90! This aesthetically pleasing signature dish is made of a crispy golden brown thick toast with a moist filling, topped with a scoop of Thai milk tea ice cream and scattered with cookie crumbs for added crunch texture.

Location: 127A Bencoolen St, Singapore 189637

4. Kane Mochi | Thai Iced Tea Mochi

Kane Mochi Thai Milk Tea Daifuku, Mochi
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Also known as “Daifuku” in Japan, Kane Mochi is famous for their mochi filled with premium ice-cream filling. Firstly originated in Bangkok, they have opened stores in various countries today with 19 tantalizing flavours to try in Singapore. Expect the authentic taste of their signature Thai milk tea mochi as the ice cream is flown in from Thailand, giving it a smoother and creamier texture on top of its rich flavours. You can enjoy a box of 6 with a mixture of different flavours for just S$12.90.

201 Victoria Street #02-50 Bugis+, Link Bridge, Singapore 188067
78 Airport Blvd., #B2 – 269, Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore 819666

5. ChaTraMue | Thai Milk Tea Soft Serve

Chatramue Soft Serve - Thai Milk Tea ice-cream flavour
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You can’t miss this famous Thai Milk Tea brand that originated from Thailand if you’re an avid Thai milk tea drinker. ChaTraMue has opened its flagship store in PLQ mall in 2020, and they are serving more than 20 different drinks on their menu. Enjoy their signature Thai tea soft serve (S$3.20) which is a refreshing sweet icy treat that tastes almost like the real deal! However, do note that this special item is only available at selected outlets.

Location: 10 Paya Lebar Road, PLQ, Mall, #01-38, Singapore 409057

6. Bonheur | Thai Tea Macarons

Bonheur Patisserie Thai Milk Tea macarons
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Known for one of the best macarons in Singapore, you can’t go wrong with their unorthodox flavours from their Japanese-inspired, American Favs, M18 boxes and even Thai inspired flavours (S$20) which constitutes 10 different interesting flavours to tickle your taste buds. The lovely ‘feet’ on their macarons is proof of their success, and they definitely score in terms of taste too, as the Thai milk tea flavour leaves a strong impression.

Location: 767 Upper Serangoon Rd, #B1-04, Spazio@Kovan, Singapore 534635

7. Creamier | Thai Milk Tea Ice Cream

Thai Milk Tea Ice Cream from Creamier
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A hidden gem in one of the oldest estate in Singapore, Creamier is an independent ice cream and coffee lifestyle café that serves up a variety of waffles with handcrafted ice cream and sorbet, made with all-natural ingredients and no preservatives. Customers have been raving about the Thai Milk Tea flavour for its fragrance and creaminess. If you prefer to enjoy a full pint (S$12.90) in the comforts of your own home, they also offer free islandwide delivery for orders S$65 and above.

Location: Blk 131 Toa Payoh Lorong 1, #01-02, Singapore 310131

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