From black truffle to yuzu custard cream—this Mid-Autumn Festival (Oct 4) won't be the same.

Black truffle with roasted chestnut and smoked duck from Marriott Marquis Bangkok Queen’s Park

Of the more than 10 different flavors on offer here, the black mooncake flavored with black truffle, roasted chestnut, smoked duck, egg yolk and white lotus paste is the real highlight (B2,888/4 pieces). For a less extravagant option, get the classic durian with lotus seed and egg yolk (B788/4 pieces), made with premium Chanthaburi durian, or the pork bak kwa with assorted nuts (B738/4 pieces). Chef Oscar Pun, head chef of Pagoda restaurant, also presents his own range of small snow skin mooncakes; fillings include nam dok mai mango, durian, and vanilla custard with egg yolk (B738-758/box/6 pieces). 

Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen's Park, 199 Sukhumvit Soi 22, 02-059-5555

Red Velvet in snow-skin casing from Moonne

Moonne is one of the reasons we excitedly await the Mid-Autumn Festival every year; yummy dessert-like fillings and soft mochi-like casing make their mooncakes some of Bangkok’s best. Buy a six piece box and try a selection of different flavors, such as blonde chocolate with egg yolk, vanilla bean custard with egg yolk, red velvet, and blueberry cheesecake. Choose between a blue acrylic box (B1,600) or a carved wooden box (B1,850). Order online via Line ID: @moonne; ordering a week in advance is recommended and delivery charge depends on distance. 

Japanese cheesecake filling from W Hotel

This year, W Hotel celebrates the Mid-Autumn Festival with creative fillings, including peanut butter, Japanese cheesecake, banana chocolate and raspberry. Plus, choose between baked and snow skin to create your perfect morsel. Buy individually (at B188/piece) or buy a box of four for B788; the box itself comes stylishly wrapped in a colorful scarf.  Pre-order them now at

North Sathorn Rd., 02-344-4000. BTS Surasak

Pandan and coconut shreds from Grand Hyatt Erawan

Get a box of four mooncakes (B599) and choose between flavors like monthong durian, custard, chocolate cocoa nibs or, our fave, the pandan and coconut shreds. Or, simply buy your favorite individually for B189.
Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel, 494 Rachadamri Rd., 02-254-1234

Green tea from The Okura Prestige Bangkok

Packed into a multistory box, this assortment contains flavors like durian single yolk, jujube single yolk, custard and the absolutely delicious green tea. Four pieces cost B988, while eight are priced at B1,888 and 12 at B2,888. Find them at La Patisserie in the hotel from 7am-7pm; picking them up on weekends can be done on request.  
57 Wireless Rd., 02-687-9000

Japanese red bean paste with yuzu custard cream from Sufong

The delectable Malaysian brand has been creating new flavors and styles of mooncakes year after year. This year the still goes on with new creative fillings, for example, five-layer mooncake with lotus seed custard with banana and almond, red bean paste with yuzu custard cream, and the lotus seed with longan. Each come with the same price at B188/90 g. and B268/180 g. They also have a set of four different lava fillings; mon thong durian lava, nama chocolate, strawberry and hokkaido milk and Kyoto matcha at B688.
9/1 Silom Soi 3 (Soi Pipat), 093-261-5646