Thailand’s diverse geography allows coffee cultivation in various regions, each offering unique flavour profiles. Coffee is grown in the northern regions (Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai), the northeastern highlands (Doi Chang), and southern Thailand (Chumphon, Surat Thani).

Sustainable Practices: In recent years, a growing emphasis has been on sustainable coffee farming practices. This includes shade-grown coffee, which is more environmentally friendly and maintains biodiversity in coffee farms.

Certification Programs: Thai coffee producers have started to adopt certification programs such as Fair Trade and organic certifications. These programs help ensure fair wages for farmers and promote environmentally friendly practices.

Challenges: Coffee farming in Thailand faces weather fluctuations, pests, and the need for infrastructure development. Sustainable practices can help mitigate some of these challenges.

Specialty Coffee: Thailand has also made strides in producing and garnered international recognition for its unique flavours and high quality.

Local Consumption: While coffee production is increasing, a significant portion is also consumed locally, with coffee shops and cafes becoming popular in Thai cities.

Government Support: The Thai government has supported the coffee industry through various initiatives and subsidies to encourage coffee cultivation.

You are invited to explore opportunities at our ASEAN Cafe Show and enjoy Thai home-grown Specialty coffee and cupping sessions. Please pre-register in advance to avoid queueing on site: