50 Most Instagrammable Places in Bangkok

Sunset at Wat Samphran, a.k.a. the Dragon Temple.

Bangkok is perhaps one of the most versatile cities in terms of photography. From historical temples to urban architecture, and traditional floating markets to chic cafés, there are endless photo ops even where you least expect it. Without blabbing on too much, let’s dive straight into top 50 most Instagrammable places in Bangkok you should check out if you have a passion for picture-taking.

50 most Instagrammable places in Bangkok to help you snatch new followers! 50 most Instagrammable places in Bangkok to help you snatch new followers!

Palace & Temples

1 . Grand Palace

The Grand Palace

The Grand Palace is one of the most iconic Bangkok tourist attractions. Since 1782, this building complex has been the official residence of Kings of Siam. History combined with ornate architecture definitely makes this a sight not to be missed!

Wat Phra Kaew, part of Grand Palace.

Tip: Don’t forget to visit Wat Phra Kaew, or Temple of the Emerald Buddha. It is considered to be the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand and is located right within Grand Palace.

2. Wat Arun

Beautiful Wat Arun temple during the day.

It’s no secret that Thailand is home to some of the most beautiful Buddhist temples in the world. Wat Arun, in particular, is a Bangkok must-see. It is one of the oldest and dates back to the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Tourists can pay a visit both during the day and during sunset when the golden sun dips into the banks of Chao Phraya River.

Wat Arun photographed from across the river during sunset.

3. Wat Pho

Wat Pho, Temple of the Reclining Buddha.

Otherwise known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, Wat Pho is most recognized for its 46-meter long reclining Buddha statue. In addition, the temple complex also houses 999 other Buddha images. Make sure to walk around and explore other parts of the wat while you’re here.

Wat Pho, Temple of the Reclining Buddha.

4. Wat Benchamabophit

Wat Benchamabophi, The Marble Temple.

Wat Benchamabophit gets its nickname, The Marble Temple, from its Italian marble architecture. It is hands down my favorite temple in Thailand and it absolutely deserves a spot on your “things to see in Bangkok” list. Come early in the morning so you can watch the sun rise and glisten upon the golden embellishments!

5. Wat Ratchanatdaram

Night time view of Wat Ratchanatdaram.

Wat Ratchanaddaram’s main attraction is the Loha Prasat, which is an iron castle inspired by temples in India and Sri Lanka. It remains as the only iron castle today and is absolutely jaw-dropping at night.


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On IG, I often see photographers shoot from this specific angle – without the tree. You will most likely need a wide angle lens or what I see some people do too is they crop the tree and sometimes even Photoshop it out. I like this version by Anthony though because it’s different.

6. Wat Ratchabophit


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#BKK 🌞 回想這一天 下午要搭飛機 起了個大早想去大皇宮 結果……😲 司機載我們到一個地方就說 請我們用走的 不太遠 因為裡面不能開進去了 我們說好的~ 我們下車後就開始往金金的地方走 我就說到了到了!!! 進到裡面發現一個人都沒有 突然想說咦 大皇宮不是都爆多人嗎 就也沒多想 可能是工作日比較少人🤣 結果整個大拍特拍 超級無敵美 金碧輝煌✨ 還找到這個超強的framing !!!😭♥️♥️♥️ 我還有好多張想跟大家分享!!! 拍完到最後 看了地圖才發現 嗯😂?這不是Grand palace耶! 哈哈哈哈哈哈哈哈然後我們又慢慢的走去 超級大熱天 真的是先熱瘋!!! 結果走到大皇宮的時候 發現他們好多士兵拿了槍枝 站一排在門口⚔️ 完全把皇宮封住了 靠近才發現 是國王這幾天要來了 所以關閉了 凹嗚~~~結果我們就趕回去搭飛機了 所以說 一切都是最好的安排 如果沒有走錯我們也沒有這組照片可能就撲空回家了 大皇宮沒有拍到但拍到一個更美的廟 也是收穫滿滿的 好開心😭♥️✨✨✨ 大家如果不想到大皇宮人擠人 這裡絕對是最棒的選擇 😍💞💞💞 – 📍 Wat Ratchapradit Sathitmahasimaram 附上英文名給大家 💞💞💞 他們的廟全名都超超超超超長哈哈哈 這是最縮減版了🤣✨

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Wat Ratchabophit is more or less of a hidden gem. Compared to the above mentioned temples, it receives a lot less visitors and only started trending on Instagram in recent years. Now I actually discovered this from my favorite Taiwanese Instagrammer after I’d come home from my trip to Thailand. That said, I unfortunately haven’t had a chance to visit yet, but it’s most certainly on my list for when I return!

7. Wat Samphran

Wat Samphran – or Temple of the Rising Dragon – is no doubt one of the most interesting places in Bangkok. Correction: close to Bangkok. Located a quick 30-minute drive from city center, this hidden gem is sure to blow your mind. Believe it or not, my friend and I actually walked up to the very top of the building through the dragon’s body and it made for an incredible highlight of my trip.

Tip: I suggest renting a scooter or taking Grab here. (Grab is the equivalent of Uber in Asia.) If you order a Grab, ask if the driver can pick you up after. Wat Samphran is somewhat isolated hence it can be tricky hailing down a cab/Grab.

Did you know: Thailand is home to 40,000 temples. Here are top 10 Bangkok temples you absolutely cannot miss.

8. Wat Asokaram

Wat Asokaram is a newer temple built in the early 1960’s. Its white pagodas distinguish it from other wats and temples and while it’s not exactly in Bangkok, it is nearby. (About half an hour away by car.) A lot of photographers come here to shoot sunset and you can see why they would!

Local Markets

9. Rot Fai Market Ratchada

Rot Fai Market Ratchada, a.k.a. the Train Night Market, is a foodie heaven and a shopping paradise for those who like a good bargain. It’s gotten so well-known that tourists are now visiting the parkade beside to capture its glory, making this one of the more trendy Bangkok photography spots.

Tip: Most people gather on the lower floors of the parkade for some reason. Go up a couple flights more and enjoy the view all to yourself.

Apart from Rot Fai, majority of guidebook recommended markets are outside of Bangkok. Although this article is titled “Instagrammable Places in Bangkok,” I’m still including these as again, they are widely popular amongst tourists. Just keep in mind that the following items 8-11 on this list aren’t technically located in Bangkok.

10. Amphawa Floating Market

Local vendors selling fresh fruits and vegetables at Amphawa Floating Market.

This is perhaps one of the most famous floating markets in Thailand. For those who are unfamiliar, a floating market is essentially a food market on water. Some believe these are overhyped and are major tourist traps. However, I do think that keeping an open mind about trying new things is key to travelling 😉

11. Damnoen Saduak Floating Market


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Similar to Amphawa, Damnoen Saduak is a crowd favorite too. If you are pressed on time, I would advise choosing only one to visit as most floating markets are relatively far apart. Not to mention, traffic in Thailand can get pretty awful!

12. Maeklong Railway Market


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‘even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you don’t keep moving’ 🚉

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Here is a more unusual market. At Maeklong Railway Market, you can expect to find fresh fruits and vegetables AND trains that pass by six times a day right through local street vendors!

Tip: Before going, look up the most recent/updated information on train schedules so you don’t miss this epic sight.

13. Red Lotus Floating Market

Taking an afternoon boat ride through the lily pond at Red Lotus Floating Market. Taking an afternoon boat ride through the lily pond at Red Lotus Floating Market.

Red Lotus Floating Market is located in Nakhon Pathom and isn’t your typical floating market. What’s special about it is that you can ride a boat in a lotus pond and get your pictures taken on a drone! And if you love exploring off-the-beaten-path destinations, this is for you. Very few tourists stop by here. In fact, when my friend and I visited, it was all locals who’d come with friends and family


Let me preface this section by saying… Y’all are gonna hate me for this, but items 12 and 13 also aren’t in Bangkok. Do you feel like you’ve been clickbaited yet? I’m sorryyyyyyyyyyyy! I swear you’re not gonna wanna miss these two Bangkok Instagram spots!!!

14. Mueang Boran – the Ancient City


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Despite not being located in Bangkok, Mueang Boran is a short 30 to 45-minute ride away. This museum park occupies more than 200 acres of land and ranks as the world’s largest outdoor museum. Visitors can easily spend an entire afternoon here and it is recommended that you wear comfortable walking shoes. Alternatively, you may wish to rent a bike. Below is a detailed map of the park.

Ancient City Map

Map from Mueang Boran official website.

Two highly recommended photo spots here are Pavilion of the Enlightened and Sumeru Mountain.

15. Erawan Museum

3-headed elephant structure at Erawan Museum.

If you decide to check out Mueang Boran, why not to pay a visit to the nearby Erawan Museum!? Its three-headed elephant will make your jaw drop and the architecture inside is equally just as impressive!

Erawan Museum's ornate architecture is sure to make your jaw drop! Erawan Museum's ornate architecture is sure to make your jaw drop! Erawan Museum's ornate architecture is sure to make your jaw drop!


16. King Power Mahanakhon

King Power Mahanakhon is officially recognized as the tallest building in all of Thailand. It boasts unparalleled views of Bangkok’s skyline and features a glass skywalk that will make you feel as if you’re on top of the world.


17. Siam Discovery


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“In the midst of movement and chaos, keep stillness inside of you” – Deepak Chopra.

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Okay so you probably didn’t expect to see a shopping mall on an Instagrammable places in Bangkok list. I guess this just goes to show how picturesque Bangkok can be!

18. Central Embassy

Alright, alright, fine. I upped the saturation here and pushed the temperature slider way to the left blue side. Despite this photo being heavily edited, the mall structure remains unchanged. Definitely a cool spot to play with some shapes and lines in photography.

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19. Kay’s Boutique Breakfast

Kay’s Boutique Breakfast has got to be one of the cutest Instagrammable places in Bangkok. Their iconic rose flower wall can be found all over social media and as you can see in the picture above, they switch things up from time to time too.

20. Sretsis Parlour


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Get lost in a dreamy fairytale at Sretsis Parlour. Not only is their décor super photogenic, their lattes are too pretty to drink!

21. Daydream Believer

If you have a soft spot for indoor plants and greenery, you will love Daydream Believer. I mean… How idyllic is this!? I could easily spend an entire afternoon here!

22. Organika House

Organika House is yet another gorgeous indoor oasis. What’s different about them is that they also offer spa services.


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23. Baker x Florist


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Got a sweet tooth? Try the cakes at Baker x Florist. Even their décor is eye candy!

24. Misstar Café

Misstar Café screams Alice in Wonderland vibes. A lot of engagement photos are taken here so it’s no doubt that you’ll be clicking away on your camera too.

25. Paco


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You’ve probably seen smoothie bowls, but I bet you’ve never seen one as creative as this! Paco specializes in edible art and everything is plant-based and all natural. No artificial colors added!

26. Stylenanda Pink Hotel Bangkok


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This is for all my pink lovers out there who adore Stylenanda. For those unfamiliar with this name, Stylenanda is a Korean makeup/fashion brand. They have started their very own Pink Pool Café in Seoul, which has since then expanded into Bangkok. Do not let the name fool you, it is indeed a café!

27. Starbucks at Sathorn Square

Yup, you read that right. Starbucks! Who knew a coffeehouse chain could ever be so photogenic? From the outside, the building structure itself looks like a giant Christmas tree. If you were to stand inside and look up, you can see the intricate glass design that somewhat resembles lotus petals.

Tip: This Starbucks location is within walking distance to Chong Nonsi Pedestrian Bridge. Group these two Instagrammable places in Bangkok together on your itinerary!


28. Breeze Restaurant

Located in lebua at State Tower hotel, this pan-Asian restaurant has panoramic views of Bangkok’s skyline. I’d originally wanted to dine here, but it’s a little on the pricier side and I do believe you need to make reservations well in advance.

29. Salathip


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Salathip is a Thai restaurant at Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok. For those of us living in North America, we’re generally only familiar with dishes such as pad thai and tom yum soup. At Salathip, you can expect to embark on a gastronomic journey to learn more about authentic Thai cuisine. Did I mention that they offer riverside dining?

30. Sala Rattanakosin Eatery and Bar

At Sala Rattanakosin Eatery and Bar, diners can marvel at the beauty of Chao Phraya River. Talk about a feast for all senses! And psttt! They also have a rooftop bar!

31. CHAR Bangkok

CHAR Bangkok specializes in grilled meats. From flank steak to pork belly and seared scallops to lobster tail, they have what it takes to impress your SO on a romantic date night!

32. Bitterman

It seems like glasshouse dining is a huge trend in Bangkok and I’m totally not mad about it! Bitterman was inspired by the belief that food tastes better when shared with friends and family. They cook up amazing home-cooked style dishes and is perfect for a night out with friends.


33. Sky Bar Bangkok

Made famous by Hangover 2, Sky Bar Bangkok is one of the most Instagrammable places in Bangkok. As mentioned above, it is situated within lebua at State Tower along with Breeze Restaurant. While a cocktail can easily cost 500 baht (~15 USD/~$21 CAD), it is well worth it for the mesmerizing sunset here.

34. Vertigo and Moon Bar

Perched atop of Banyan Tree Bangkok, Vertigo and Moon Bar has been named one of the top ten rooftop bars in the world by Condé Nast Traveler. Enjoy killer sunset views here and don’t forget to snap a pic at the “Moon Walk” glass platform!

35. Octave Rooftop Lounge and Bar

Located in Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit, Octave Rooftop Lounge and Bar is one of the first rooftop bars on Sukhumvit Road. Not only will its views leave you speechless, live DJ sets here make it an ideal night out venue.

36. The Speakeasy Rooftop Bar

This rooftop bar at Muse Hotel Bangkok is inspired by the Prohibition Era. Its Art Deco style architecture isn’t something you typically see in Bangkok and is what sets it apart from all the other rooftop bars.

37. Above Eleven

Above Eleven is a Peruvian Japanese rooftop restaurant and bar. If you love a good gin and tonic, you’ll love their G&T Thursdays.


38. 137 Pillars Suites and Residences

137 Pillars Suites and Residences is a 5-star luxury hotel in the heart of Sukhumvit Thonglor. Its rooms are a blend of traditional Thai design and modern elegance and its rooftop infinity pool is even more hypnotizing.

For pricing and availability, check here.

39. SO Sofitel Bangkok

SO Sofitel Bangkok offers four unique room types in the theme of water, earth, wood, and metal elements. The Water Element Room is especially popular amongst female Instagrammers for its round bathtub against Bangkok’s city scene is absolutely just stunning at night.

For pricing and availability, check here.

40. Tower Club at lebua

If you’ve done some research for your Bangkok trip, you probably recognize this building structure from Insta. Apart from its charming restaurant and rooftop bar, lebua’s hotel accommodation itself is must-see for anyone who is into drone photography. Even if you don’t have a drone, a picture from a suite balcony is quite nice too.

For pricing and availability, check here.

41. The Salil Hotel Sukhumvit 57 – Thonglor


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This beautiful staircase is perhaps the most photographed aspect of this 5-star property. But of course, its rooms as well as the rest of the hotel are all just as lovely.

For pricing and availability, check here.

42. Hotel Once Bangkok

Gorgeous jacuzzi bathtub at Hotel Once Bangkok.

I’d stayed here during my second visit to Bangkok in May of 2019. This jacuzzi bathtub is what dreams are made of and even if you’re unable to book this specific room, Hotel Once Bangkok’s other room types are quite chic as well.

For pricing and availability, check here.

Other Fun Photo Ops

43. Chong Nonsi Pedestrian Bridge

Night time view of Chong Nonsi Pedestrian Bridge.

As its name suggests, this is your average everyday pedestrian bridge. However, its one-of-a-kind structure is beloved amongst photographers.

44. Siam Discovery Pedestrian Bridge

Pedestrian bridge beside Siam Discovery. Pedestrian bridge beside Siam Discovery.

There’s no actual name for this spot, but it’s a pedestrian bridge located right by the BTS station beside Siam Discovery. It’s perfect for catching light trails of Bangok’s bustling city scene.

45. The East Asiatic Company


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This Renaissance Revival style building once served as the headquarters of East Asiatic Company. It is now a commercial event space and often used for filming.

46. Airplane Graveyard


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Aircraft boneyard, or airplane graveyards, have become trendy photoshoot locations in recent years. This particular one in Bangkok is home to three local Thai families. Please remember to be respectful when visiting and there is a special admission fee that can range anywhere from 100 to 800 baht depending on how much these locals decide to charge.

47. Highway Basketball Court


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For all my basketball lovers out there, this is hands down the coolest place for a game. Do note that I’d repainted the courts in Photoshop. Actual colors were dark green and maroon, which differ quite a bit and maybe not as vibrant, but still a fun spot regardless! Now because there isn’t a specific name for this court (I don’t think), here are the coordinates.

And psttt! Located right across the street is Bluetamp Café. I’d stumbled upon this little gem unexpectedly and their brunch dishes are to die for! Plus, the entire space is kinda like a glass greenhouse concept and super IG-friendly as well.

48. Chom Thong Train Station

A train track through a magical green tunnel? This station was practically made for Instagram! Do be careful when taking pictures here though. Shoot from far using say a 200mm lens or the 280mm that Harimao uses. I don’t want y’all coming back to sue me when you lose an arm or a leg XDD

49. Chinatown Gate from Odeon Carpark


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Another fun light trail photo location. This shot is by my lovely friend Laurent and was taken from the Odeon Building carpark. I hear that the security guard there only allows local photographers in now, but feel free to try your luck.

50. Victory Monument


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In the case that you get kicked out by security at Odeon, an alternative is to shoot Victory Monument instead.

And there you have it! 50 most Instagrammable places in Bangkok!

50 most Instagrammable places in Bangkok to help you snatch new followers! 50 most Instagrammable places in Bangkok to help you snatch new followers!

Phew, what a long list! I tried to include interesting photography spots for everyone whether you are a photographer, a fashion blogger/content creator, or just someone who wants to take cool pictures for the gram. Hope you guys enjoyed this guide and tune in next time for a Tokyo version. See you then!


  1. February 5, 2020 / 10:50 am

    Your photos are incredible. What catched my eyes the most is the beautiful dragon in the Wat Samphran. After going through your pics, I too want to go to Bangkok!

      February 8, 2020 / 8:34 pm

      Thank you Anwesha! Hope you’ll get to visit Bangkok soon 🙂

  2. blair villanueva
    February 6, 2020 / 2:59 am

    Bangkok is truly one of the instagrammable cities in Asia. I visited twice already and I know that I need to come back many times to fully enjoy this place. Wat Pho is always special to me – the Buddha living there gave m,e so much good luck, and all my wishes to him came true!

      February 8, 2020 / 8:35 pm

      I totally agree with you Blair! I’ve been twice now and still feel like I haven’t even seen 1/4 of the city. And that’s wonderful!

  3. February 6, 2020 / 11:33 am

    Your post brought back so many great memories of Bangkok. But it was clear from looking at this, that we have so many more spots to visit on a return trip. The Grand Palace looks amazing inside and out. We missed getting to see the Reclining Buddha at War Pho. And boy do I want to visit the Cat Samphran Dragon Temple on a return visit. The ever changing views of the floating markets can be seen over and over again. Thanks for reminding me why we need to plan a return visit.

      February 8, 2020 / 8:36 pm

      You’re most welcome Linda and I hope you get to revisit soon. I myself missed out on a lot too and can’t wait to plan a return trip back!

  4. February 6, 2020 / 3:21 pm

    This post is truly a feast for our eyes! You found soooo many stunning photo spots in Bangkok. i love looking at them all.

    p.s. I looove your outfits in this too! That red polka dot jump suit and your dresses are so flipping cute!

      February 8, 2020 / 8:37 pm

      Aww thanks Josy! I really liked that jumpsuit too. So perfect for visiting temples hehee.

  5. Emma Riggs
    February 6, 2020 / 5:21 pm

    Bangkok is just absolutely gorgeous! It’s like nowhere else on the planet. I love the colourful and creative buildings, but I also love how nature takes centre stage as well.

      February 8, 2020 / 8:38 pm

      I agree! It’s easily become one of my favorite cities to visit for sure 😀

  6. Amrita
    February 6, 2020 / 6:22 pm

    The pictures are all simply awesome. I could never think that Bangkok can look so amazing. You have done wonders with your camera and also given me some great photography ideas for my next visit to Bangkok. The temples in Bangkok are truly stunning. I have only visited a few of them. Hope to get back to Bangkok and follow your advice on these instagrammable places and enrich my photo album!

      February 8, 2020 / 8:39 pm

      Thank you Amrita! Hope you’ll get to make it back soon and I’d love to see some of the photos you take!

  7. February 6, 2020 / 7:05 pm

    I can’t believe some of these places, they are really amazing. I hope to go to Bangkok so I’m definitely keeping this for future reference. The basketball court in the middle of the highway is hilarious.

      February 8, 2020 / 8:39 pm

      Hahaa right?! I wonder who had the idea to put it in the middle of a highway hmm…

  8. February 6, 2020 / 7:47 pm

    It’s great that you have put together this list! The places with a river view are truly stunning and romantic as well!I’m definitely saving this now for my next trip to Bangkok. Can’t wait!

      February 8, 2020 / 8:40 pm

      Yay! I’m so excited for you to visit, Fiona!

  9. February 6, 2020 / 10:51 pm

    I did not realize how unique and diverse the architecture was in Bangkok. Thank you for taking the time to put together such an extensive post!

      February 8, 2020 / 8:42 pm

      And thank you for taking the time to read this guide 🙂

  10. Ketki
    February 6, 2020 / 11:27 pm

    Wow that is some compilation! Unfortunately, I have not heard of over half of them and all of them looks so amazing and totally worthy of being in this list. Gorgeous photos! Made me miss Bangkok so much.

      February 8, 2020 / 8:42 pm

      Aww well now that you know about these places, maybe it’s time to plan a revisit!

  11. February 7, 2020 / 2:29 am

    Bangkok is such a beautiful city. And I am so glad to come across your post with so many options of where to click that perfect picture in Bangkok. I am a big culture addict and I love Bangkok’s temples and palaces. I am looking forward to visiting all these beautiful temples that you have mentioned. Especially the Dragon temple that I have never been to. That looks so intriguing!

      February 8, 2020 / 9:11 pm

      Ahhh yes, you’d definitely love all the temples in Bangkok then! The dragon one is for sure one of my favorites. Even though it’s not really in Bangkok, it’s not too far away at all 🙂

  12. February 7, 2020 / 6:30 am

    Wow! You definitely hit it out of the park with Instagrammable places in Bangkok. These are all amazing. I especially love the dragon wrapping itself around the building.

      February 8, 2020 / 9:13 pm

      I loved that temple too when I visited. It’s really hard not to!

  13. February 7, 2020 / 7:08 am

    I just came back from Bangkok and missed half of these spots! WOW some incredible photography. I did love Wat Arun It was perfect at night.

      February 8, 2020 / 9:15 pm

      Isn’t Wat Arun just magical!? And bummer! But I guess now you have plenty more reasons to go back 😉

  14. February 7, 2020 / 9:40 am

    I went to Thailand in 2016 and unfortunately missed out on Bangkok. Now I know I’ll have to go back!

    The temples are my favorite part. They are all so beautiful and unique!

    I’ll be back to check this list when I return to Thailand. Everything is so beautiful!

      February 8, 2020 / 9:24 pm

      Mine too! Thailand seriously has some of the most beautiful temples I’ve ever seen. Hope you make it back again soon!

  15. February 7, 2020 / 10:10 am

    I had no idea there were so many beautiful and diverse places like this within and close to Bangkok. Definitely adding this to my bucket list! Thanks for putting together this guide- it’s so comprehensive and packed full of good info. I can’t wait to visit all the vistas, coffee shops, and important sites

      February 8, 2020 / 9:34 pm

      You’re most welcome, Michele. Happy to help and I’m super excited for you to see some of these beautiful gems in person 😀

  16. February 8, 2020 / 2:30 am

    Wow what a list! Fabulous photos and great outfits! Brings back some great memories of Bangkok especially the floating markets. Looks like I need to go back and see some of the amazing places I didn’t get to see.

      February 8, 2020 / 9:35 pm

      I definitely need to revisit too and explore more. There’s just so much beauty in Thailand!

  17. Indrani
    February 8, 2020 / 9:52 pm

    Bangkok is instagrammers’ paradise! Such wonderful opportunities for photoshoots. Incredible pictures. Though I have been to most of these places my pictures are half as good as these.

      February 8, 2020 / 10:06 pm

      You flatter me too much, Indrani! Honestly these places are all so beautiful, it’s basically impossible to take a bad photo!

  18. Shane Prather
    February 11, 2020 / 9:48 am

    These shots are stunning! I am all about finding post card perfect spots in my travels to highlight my trip. Sadly I didn’t make it to Bangkok when visitin Thailand which I am now convinced was a big mistake. Great guide!

      February 18, 2020 / 10:07 pm

      Ahh bummer! There are always so many places to see and too little time though so don’t think of it as a mistake! If anything, now you have more things to look forward to for your next trip back to Thailand 😉

  19. Yukti Agrawal
    February 17, 2020 / 12:17 pm

    Your first two photos are mind blowing and I never seen such type of photos of Bangkok in other posts. You have given different photographic angle to Bangkok. Erwaan Museum looks stunning. Even Rot Fai Market Ratchada looks very colorful from top due to colorful tents.

      February 18, 2020 / 10:09 pm

      Thank you so much Yukti! Thailand is so full of vibrant colors. My pictures honestly don’t even do it justice XDD

  20. February 20, 2020 / 10:45 pm

    This is a real comprehesive list. Out of these I have only been to 10 I guess. Also I was backpacking so staying at a hotel was not possible.

      February 23, 2020 / 10:13 pm

      Would you ever consider revisiting and maybe treating yourself to a nice staycation at one of these hotels? 🙂

  21. Chantelle
    February 20, 2020 / 11:47 pm

    These photo spots are gorgeous! What a great list!

      February 23, 2020 / 10:10 pm

      Thanks so much Chantelle!

  22. Fares
    February 21, 2020 / 3:06 am

    Really beautiful places and excellent photos! Congrats!

      February 23, 2020 / 10:10 pm

      Appreciate it!

  23. February 21, 2020 / 7:04 pm

    Instagram worthy place is what we need in every travels <3 Thank you for the list!

      February 23, 2020 / 10:12 pm

      You’re most welcome!

  24. February 22, 2020 / 12:42 am

    Your photos are amazing! I think it’s a real talent to be able to capture these places to beautifully!

      February 23, 2020 / 10:11 pm

      I’m way flattered! A lot of these photographs were taken by amazing Instagram photographers as listed above 🙂

  25. February 22, 2020 / 11:23 pm

    We’ve never been to Thailand because it’s quite touristy. But we’ll eventually go there someday. And your photos make it look quite stunning. Would love to see the Wat Benchamabophit.

      February 23, 2020 / 10:18 pm

      I agree it’s a bit touristy and crowded, but it’s such a beautiful city and you’d love the Marble Temple for sure!

  26. Candy
    February 25, 2020 / 8:49 am

    Oh my goodness! Some of these places don’t even look real!! I’d love to visit all of these but the one is go to first is Wat Ratchabophit:) That photo really caught my attention.

      February 28, 2020 / 3:09 pm

      You’d love Wat Ratchabophit, Candy! And omg tell me about it!!! I had to pinch myself at some of these places to make sure I wasn’t in some crazy fantasy or dream hahaa XDD

  27. February 25, 2020 / 10:04 am

    This is an insane list of great places! As a sucker for a good rooftop view and relaxing place, The Speakeasy Rooftop Bar is definitely my favourite. I think you could spend a week just checking all these places out!

      February 28, 2020 / 3:11 pm

      I’m a sucker for rooftop views too. Maybe I’ll see you there someday! 😉

  28. February 27, 2020 / 2:39 pm

    Yeah, those spots look absolutely unbelievable! I’m not surprised that they’d all be considered for this list. Thanks for sharing!

      February 28, 2020 / 3:11 pm

      You’re most welcome! Hope this inspires you to plan a trip to Thailand soon 🙂

  29. November 11, 2020 / 10:15 pm

    The places with a river view are truly stunning and romantic as well. I’m definitely saving this now for my next trip to Bangkok. , The Speakeasy Rooftop Bar is definitely my favorite. my goodness! Some of these places don’t even look real. Also, I was backpacking so staying at a hotel was not possible.

  30. Ariana Fin
    December 2, 2021 / 2:52 am

    such amazing places to visit. I loved the dragon building a lot!

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