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Written by Akshaya Seshadri on June 9, 2018 Share on

Click, click, and click! – The top photographed places in Thailand

Heading to Thailand in the near future and wondering what pictures will bombard your Instagram accounts with awesomeness? Making it all super easy for you, here we have a list of the top photographed places in Thailand. See it for yourself and make the ultimate Thai memories which will last a lifetime! For more details on planning your trip, visit Pickyourtrail.

1. The Great Holy Relics Pagodas

Pagoda (temple) arena offering brilliant views of the city.

Quick Photography Tip: Right from the Mountains of Doi Inthanon National Park.

2. Wat Arun

Called as the “Temple of Dawn”, a beautiful and majestic temple located on Thonburi side of the river.

Quick Photography Tip: Right across the river from the city side. Usage of wide lens works great!


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3. Grand Palace

Hub for temples and golden stupas.

Quick Photography Tip: Visit early in the morning to avoid the crowd and then click the pictures.

4. Charlie Beach

Sandy beach with nature’s burst.

Quick Photography Tip: Snap a picture from the Hilltop Restaurant after a delicious meal.


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5. Baiyoke Tower II

One of Bangkok’s tallest building. Best views of the city.

Quick Photography Tip: Right from the observation spot.

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6. Yaowarat Road (Chinatown)

Popular shopping and locals’ spot in Bangkok.

Quick Photography Tip: Pictures look better during night time due to the fairy lights
outside most of the stores.

7. Wat Ratchanatdaram

Features 37 metal spires which talks about the 37 virtues Budhha held towards the way of living life.

Quick Photography Tip: Pictures look great from all angles.

8. Phraya Nakhon Cave

A serene spot and vegetation area. Walls have the signatures of three Thai kings.

Quick Photography Tip: Views will be perfect from the historic pavilion.


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9. The Dome at Skybar

Mindblowing views of the city. Hub for fine dining restaurants and deluxe cocktail bars.

Quick Photography Tip: A snap during dusk time works great.


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10. Lebua Hotel Skybar

Tantalising top angle views of the city. Featured in the Hangover part 3 movie.

Quick Photography Tip: Photographs taken during sunsets come out more than perfect.

11. White Temple

White and silver coloured columns adding beauty to the temple arena.

Quick Photography Tip: Visit the temple even before the temple gates are opened. No crowd is the best setting for amazing clicks.

12. Soi Ram Butri

A lively street with small shops great for shopping and eating.

Quick Photography Tip: Best pictures can be clicked during the night time where the cosy shops have glittery lights outside their stores.


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13. Benjakiti Park

A public park sandwiched between Ratchadaphisek Road and Sukhumvit Road.

Quick Photography Tip: Pictures clicked right outside the MRT or Skytrain station turn out to be splendid.


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14. Loha Prasat

Purple flowers and serene settings in and around the temple.

Quick Photography Tip: WOW-some pictures can be snapped from the top of Loha Prasat temple.

Know other top photographed places in Thailand? Let us know about it here!

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