The best places to Instagram in Bangkok – GoSnoop
If you do a search of Bangkok on Instagram, you will get over million results! Bangkok is a city filled with Instagram opportunities. The city has so many iconic places and hidden gems. It is an interesting city with a mix of everything form history and culture to grand architecture and unique landmarks.
If you’re planning to visit Bangkok and want to hit the Instagram famous photo spots in this city so you can make your friends jealous of the beautiful pictures. Then this is the guide for you! Get your camera ready… here are the most instagrammable places in Bangkok!
1. Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)
Wat Arun is the top instagrammable temple of Bangkok. It is located on Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya River and it is one of the most striking riverside landmarks. Wat Arun has various cool spots for getting Instagram shots such as the main temple, the garden, and the buildings across riverside. You can climb to the top of the temple for a great vantage point of the city as it is a must-see spot in Bangkok. The best time to visit is at sunrise or sunset and the best way to get there is by taking a boat. If you want to get the photographs of Wat Arun at night time, visit any one of the restaurants across the riverside opposite to Wat Arun to get that perfect night photograph!
Address: 158 Wang Doem Road, Wat Arun, Bangkok Yai, Bangkok 10600
2. The Giant Swing
Just in front of Wat Suthat, the Giant Swing standing at over 20 meters tall has become one of the symbols of Bangkok. This spindly red arch is a religious structure built in 1784 from teakwood and renovated in 2004. The Giant Swing is a little off the beaten track but well worth a visit for Instagram shots. Moreover, this place has the beautiful landscape backdrops of Bangkok Old Town.
Address: Bamrung Muang Road, Khwaeng Sao Chingcha, Khet Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200
If you are street style photographer then do not miss the opportunity to capture this place! Chinatown is local dining district that gives the authentic feel. After dark, the streets are flashing neon signs in Thai and Chinese characters and tuk-tuk lights crowding over the street, making a great photo! Since the traffic around that area is very bad, we recommend taking the MRT Underground to Hua Lamphong Station and then take a tuk-tuk.
Address: Yaowarat Road, Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100
4. Grand Palace
Grand Palace is Bangkok’s biggest sight located at the hear of the city. This place is the most well-known for all travelers and it is top of the bucket list for first time visitors. It is a very beautiful palace with stunning statues and outstanding details. Since, Grand Palace is the busiest tourist stop. If you want to get the best shots, make sure you come early in the morning to avoid the crowds.
Address: Grand Palace, Na Phra Lan Rd, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, 10200
If you have visit one of these place, do not forget to upload your picture on Instagram and tag @gosnoopgame
Rattanakosin Island : Amazing things you probably didn’t know about!
“Rattanakosin Island” If it is about this area, you may think of beautiful temples and palaces. Here we have the amazing things about Bangkok Old Town you probably didn’t know which will make you travel in this town more exciting. Let’s see if you have already known these yet!
1. Panorama of Bangkok
The Golden Mount (Wat Saket) is the place you should not miss when you visit Rattanakosin Island! This place is the highest hill of Bangkok which offered the great views that you can see 360 degree over Rattanakosin Island. From the ground, there are 300 short steps to climb to the top with numerous spots to look around such as a giant bell. Once you reach the top, you will be rewarded with the spectacular views from all four points of the compass between Bangkok Old Town and the new parts of the city. Therefore, do not forget to take tons of photos!
2. Coolest activity in Bangkok happens here
If you want to discover hidden gems in Rattanakosin Island while do fun things together with your friends or family then enter GoSnoop. GoSnoop is the first outdoor adventure detective game activity in Bangkok! This game will take you on a 2-3 hours voyage to discover the wonders of Bangkok Old Town through a puzzling LIVE game experience. For more information please email email@example.com or click here!
3. The center of bizarre foods
Eating bizarre foods in Bangkok is one of the top priority list for travelers! There are plenty of carts, stalls, or even restaurants that serve you tons of bizarre dishes in Rattanakosin Island. Can’t think of the menu right now? Let me give you some of the food menus you can try: deep-fried insects, pig organ soup, dancing shrimps, blood soup, and chicken’s Feet! Sounds delicious right? you can find all of these in Bangkok Old Town such as Khao San road and there are so many more to top up your bizarre food list. So when you eat, don’t forget to fill up your social media with bizarre food photos and share with your friends and us!
4. A hidden Thai dessert heaven located here
Notable Thai desserts, foods plaza, authentic experience, historic community, heritage site, and beautiful architecture all at once, Nang Loeng market is one of a kind. For over 200 years, Nang Loeng market is one of the most authentic and oldest market in Bangkok located in the heart of Bangkok old town about a 5 minute walk from Democracy Monument. There are various kinds of delicious Thai desserts available at reasonable price such as egg custard pudding, steamed custard, or sweet sticky rice with coconut cream. Most stalls and shops are open in the early morning around 8 am and finish up by 3 pm.
5. Ratchadamnoen Avenue light up for the festival period
During festival period such as Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and New Year’s, the city is lit up with special decorations. You will see beautiful lights are string up in trees, sidewalks, and buildings along Ratchadamnoen Avenue.