10 most Instagrammable spots in Thailand

Thailand is one of the top travel destinations in the world and one tenth of its entire population resides in Bangkok, the capital. The country is popular for its royal palaces, stunning islands, incredible temples showing Buddha images, tropical beaches, ancient ruins, and, of course, its food. There are many things visitors can experience in Thailand, and it’s impossible to name all the beautiful places. Although Thailand is amazing all year round, the best time to explore this beautiful country is during November and December as the weather is cool and pleasant for the travel experience. Here are the most Instagrammable spots in Thailand.

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ten Wat Arun

Known locally as “Wat Chaeng”, Wat Arun is an incredible historic temple located on the west side of the Chao Phraya River. It’s not just because this incredible temple is located by the river, its incredibly unique design puts it on the list of the most amazing temples in the Thai capital. To avoid too many crowds, visitors should go to the temple in the morning. For amazing temple vibes for your Instagram, Wat Arun is the place.

9 Unicorn Coffee

Its name says it all – the Unicorn Café has exactly what one expects from a unicorn café. Even visitors who don’t like unicorns will have an unforgettable experience at the Unicorn Café. From here, travelers can easily access Sky Bar, another popular spot in Bangkok, and Lumphini Park. Travelers can spend romantic moments at the large night market set up in this area while enjoying the delicious Thai street food. Everything served in this restaurant is rainbow colored – it’s all sugar! So delicious that you can’t live without it.

8 Wat Maha That

Wat Maha That is considered one of the oldest temples, built around 1370-1388AD BY King Baromaraja I, and it is located in Ayutthaya, Thailand. The spectacular ruins of Wat Maha That, a World Heritage Site, are well worth exploring. The building houses the enshrined remains of the Buddha and was once strategically positioned in relation to the Grand Palace. Today, significant remnants of the ancient temple exist, including the stone carvings used in the earliest times. Every traveler should prioritize Wat Maha That when making their adventure plans.

7 Ao Nang Beach

Ao Nang Beach is a perfect place for swimming enthusiasts and visitors who want to enjoy the magnificent view of the neighboring islands. There are cute shops downtown that sell almost everything a traveler might need while on safari at Ao Nand Beach. The restaurants located here are top notch and serve the local Thai seafood. Travelers can soak up the sun and return to hotels, rinse them off and take refreshing baths. Watching the Andaman sunset from Ao Nang beach is an incredible scene to experience.

6 Kanchanaburi

Built during World War II, Kanchanaburi is located in western Thailand. Whether you are a historian or a nature lover, Kanchanaburi has a lot to offer every type of traveler. From wild tropical areas to historic sites, visitors have every reason to explore and appreciate Thailand’s unique natural beauty. Explore Erawan Falls and take Instagram-perfect photos. Kanchanaburi can be reached by rail or by road.

  • Duration: It takes 2-3 hours to get to Kanchanaburi from Bangkok.

5 Ko Pha Ngan

Thailand’s fifth largest island is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and is popular for hosting the Full Moon Party each month. This famous part happens on the island’s most visited beach, Haad Rin. A motorbike ride would be the best way to explore the beautiful beaches in this area, and travelers rent motorbikes to get around.

  • Best time to explore Koh Phangan: Mornings and sunsets are the best for taking amazing Instagram-worthy photos.
  • How to get there: take an overnight bus from Khao San Road, which departs daily at 6:00 PM and arrives in Surat Thani the next morning. From there, take a boat ride to Koh Phangan.
  • Cost: $30

4 Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai is known to be home to beautiful resorts full of Thai vibes, especially the Digital Nomad hub – a truly spectacular place to explore. Travelers can go rafting and trekking in the area while enjoying the magnificent view of restaurants and temples. It is located 700 km north of the Thai capital. Travelers can get there by plane or overnight train.

  • Duration: It takes about 70 minutes to get there by plane and about 12 hours by overnight train.

3 Sky Bars, Bangkok

Bangkok’s rooftop bars offer the most breathtaking views of the city’s surroundings. It’s not just the incredible views that these bars offer, they’re a perfect place to sample delicious food and have a good time partying with a cocktail in hand. Visiting the Sky Bars is also a great way to get away from the noise of the streets and find peace and relaxation. Visitors should check the dress code as these bars tend to be sophisticated.

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2 Pai, Thailand

Located in northern Thailand, Pai is a small town with all the Instagram vibes one could want. From incredible bridges to stunning countryside and groovy houses, there are plenty of opportunities to take plenty of epic photos. There are markets, restaurants and waterfalls nearby. The spectacular Pai Canyon – is located 8 km from Pai. Pai is a perfect place to explore high cliffs and rocky valleys – There is no doubt that it is one of the most Instagrammable places in Thailand.

1 Wat Chedi Luang, Chiang Mai

Also called Jedi Luang, Wat Chedu Luang is an incredible temple built between the 14th and 15th centuries – the most spectacular temple in Chiang Mai at the time. It is the city’s most popular tourist attraction, worth exploring for days or weeks. Although it is one of the tallest temples in the city, Wat Chedi Luang used to be the tallest, over 260 feet in the air, but a great earthquake came and destroyed it, and now it is 197 feet tall.

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