THE MOST “INSTAGRAMMABLE” SPOTS IN BANGKOK

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The most beautiful spots in Bangkok listed to give you your best shot at impressing your friends. As beauty depends on the eye of the beholder, the list below contains different types of beauty. Get a hold of the dark, the exotic, the elegant, the natural and the bizarre instagrammable spots in Bangkok.

WAT ARUN – THE TEMPLE OF DAWN

158 Thanon Wang Doem, Khwaeng Wat Arun, Khet Bangkok Yai, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon

 

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An intimidating, dark structure with mesmerizing details awaits the reverence of fans of goth. It even has the same ring as Indiana Jones’ Temple of Doom. If you are not satisfied with seeing it from afar, you can have a closer look (and better pictures) for 50 Baht per person.

WAT TRAIMIT – TEMPLE OF GOLDEN BUDDHA

661 Tri Mit Rd, Khwaeng Talat Noi, Khet Samphanthawong, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon

 

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A shot of this elegant temple will definitely send the message that you are enjoying the sights of Southeast Asia. This grand structure with its golden layers houses the giant Golden Buddha. Dress in your temple best to explore this beautiful spot in Bangkok.

WAT BENCHAMABOPHIT – THE MARBLE TEMPLE

69 Thanon Si Ayutthaya, Khwaeng Dusit, Khet Dusit, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon

 

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Being one of the lesser known temples in Bangkok, this is where professional photographers seek refuge from annoying tourist photobombers. Go inside the main court and see how low you can go to get a good shot of the arc framing the temple structure.

WAT PHO – TEMPLE OF THE RECLINING BUDDHA 

2 Sanam Chai Rd, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon

 

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It may sound like Vietnamese soup to the new tourist, but this place is well known for the big, chilling Buddha, the perfect example to live by when you are on vacation. For a good shot, however, avoid the crowd and explore the rest of the temple where you will find a colourful and enchanting background for a good photo opp. You will never get a good shot of the Reclining Buddha anyway.

DAMNOEN SADUAK FLOATING MARKET

9 Tambon Damnoen Saduak, Amphoe Damnoen Saduak, Chang Wat Ratchaburi

 

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Feel like a Cleopatra cruising the Nile.. err.. the canals of Damnoen Saduak in Bangkok. Perhaps it does not have the same royal ring to it as cruising the Nile, but you can definitely strike a good pose on one of the boats as you cruise pass the colourful floating market.

SARANROM PARK

Between the intersection of New Road and Rajini Road, Pra Nakhon District TH Phra Nakhon, Bangkok

 

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Just beside the Grand Palace is Saranrom Park with its elegant fountains and delicately-shaped pond. Surrounded by natural colours, it is a welcome break from the glitter of Bangkok’s colourful golden temples.

MAEKLONG RAILWAY MARKET

 

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You have probably seen this on YouTube, where the market suddenly folds away to let a train pass. Well, have a taste of the atmosphere of anticipation and apprehension as you walk through the market, wondering when the next train is passing through. Take a picture here and post something original on your Instagram. The first morning train is at 6. Try not to get run over by a train in Bangkok.

CABBAGES AND CONDOMS

10 Sukhumvit Soi 12, Klongtoey, Bangkok

 

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A very catchy name for a very good restaurant in Bangkok. Just take a picture of the restaurant sign and you have a brilliant photograph share with your friends for a good laugh. Walk inside, have a tasty meal, and take more photographs of its bizarre decorations.

CHONG NONSI BRIDGE

Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok

 

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If you need a bit of a modern, industrial, artsy groove added to your photos, the lines of the above the bridge can make a good background for that cosmopolitan shot. Go ahead. Give Carrie Bradshaw a run for her money.

THE UNICORN CAFÉ

44/1 Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok

 

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Looking for rainbows, glitters, and fuzz in your shot? There’s no need for the SnapChat App in the Unicorn Café in Bangkok. Whether you are taking a photo of their delectable pastry, the colourful ambiance or a selfie of you wearing a unicorn suit, you will convince your friends that you have taken a detour to fantasy land during your trip around Bangkok.

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