This study aimed to determine the effect of alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) on post-thaw quality of bee semen. In the study, semen from sexually mature drone were collected. A series of experiments were carried out in which the retrieved semen was diluted with diluents containing different ALA concentrations or without ALA supplement (control). Cryopreserved sperm were thawed, and evaluated for motility (phase-contrast microscope), plasma and acrosomal membrane integrity, mitochondrial membrane potential, and DNA fregmantation. The results obtained showed that the highest motility after thawing was observed in the groups containing ALA 0.25 mmol (P < 0.05). Likewise, plasma membrane integrity was found to be better preserved in the ALA 0.25 mmol-added group than in other groups. Acrosomal integrity were also higher in the ALA-containing groups than in the control group (P < 0.05). The results of this study show that ALA supplementation especially at 0.25 mmol improved post-thawed sperm motility, plasma membrane functionality, and mitochondrial membrane potantial quality of honeybee semen.