Check-in at these eye-catching places around Thailand. From exploring blooming flower fields to chic café hopping and simply spending the day chilling at the beach – these photogenic spots guarantee some great photo-ops for your social media.
Take a break to relax in the middle of nature at “Koh Kood”, a stunning island off the coast of Trat that’s bursting full of photography opportunities. The water is so transparent that you can actually see the fish swimming around and the island itself also offers a lot of privacy. Whether you choose to just laze on the beach taking in the views, head out on a boat trip for some snorkeling, or find a lofty restaurant to enjoy the sunset – your photos are sure to amaze.
Stroll along the banks of the Mekong River, soaking up the charm and natural surroundings at “Had Chomdao”. Don’t miss the many photo-ops at this vast stone beach and canyon with meandering streams. Snap some amazing photos of these incredible stone sculptures and the emerald pool.
Banana Beach, Koh Hay
Kayaking experiences don’t get more picturesque than at Banana Beach on the island of Koh Hay, Phuket. Jump into the clear-bottom kayak and tour the island – with the view of the fish under your boat as you float along. See the coral and take in the tranquil atmosphere on the island. Hear the waves lapping against the shore while you post photos of yourself on the beach.
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Ban Rimna Café
“Ban Rimna Café” is definitely an ideal spot for those who love snap and upload interesting photos around Thailand. This traditional Thai-style café is situated right next to a rice field and offers tasty food and drinks to be enjoyed under one of their cozy bamboo shelters, taking in the breeze. Every corner here makes a cool photo-op; pose with dessert in the Thai-style house as you gaze out the window or enjoy a cup of tea with the rice field in the background.
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Sailom Bangpu Ceramic Café
Sip coffee and take some cool snaps at “Sailom Bangpu Ceramic Café”, a café decorated with delightful ceramic pieces with an airy atmosphere thanks to the seaside breeze. Drinks here are served up in cute, photo-worthy glasses and the lighting makes this an all-round top spot for social-savvy people who love ceramics and art galleries. Those colorful artsy photos will surely be a hit on your social media.
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PC Rance Cowboy Town
Nong Bua Lam Phu
Cowboy-themed fun awaits at “PC Rance Cowboy Town”, a new attraction where you can travel back in time, put on your boots and hat, ride a horse and play with the local animals (like their dwarf goats and alpacas). You’ll find photo opportunities all over as you enjoy horseback riding, BB Gun and ATV activities. Film a story to give your friends a live update!
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Chill out while taking in the social media-worthy view at “Suan Lamai”. Here, you can spend the night inside a camper van with some breathtaking views just a glance away outside your window. The accommodation sits next to the river and the mountains, promising fresh air. Head out to explore on a bike in the morning and find some photo spots around their colorful garden. This is one place you’ll definitely need to show off to your mates!
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I love flower Farm
Photo enthusiasts will adore the aptly named “I Love Flower Farm” thanks to its many social media-ready photo spots. The 8-rai farm is full of different blooming flowers – the vibrant white and purple flowers will particularly add some fantastic colour to your photos, almost as if you’d been overseas. But the difference here is that you don’t have to travel far (if you’re already in Thailand) – it’s just here in Chiang Mai!
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Khao Kho Verbena Farm
A social media enthusiast’s dream garden, “Khao Kho Verbena Farm” is home to one of the rarest flowers in Thailand. Purple verbena blooms here around the windmills; take time to discover and photograph the abundance of verbena plants as if you were abroad, with the misty mountains in the background. A perfect check-in for your social media story.
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Enjoy the distinctly Dutch vibe at “Hug Village”, a popular spot for both tourists and locals. From here, you can see Koh Rad (and island just off the coast) very clearly. You’ll find cool photo-ops at every corner – perfect for those who like to share their photos on social media. Take some selfies with cute animals and feed them; go horseback riding, try archery… and take more photos! The fun is everywhere at the Surat Thani’s unusual Hug Village.
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Salt Lake De Maeklong
A one-day trip from Bangkok that social media enthusiasts cannot miss, “Salt Lake De Maeklong” is the first salt farm café in Thailand. The café is stylishly decorated and surrounded by a large salt field. Take some photos next to their salt-snowman figures, check-in on social media, relax with the view and even have a wander into the field.
Koh Kai or Koh Torilla
“Koh Kai”, small but charming island, is where social media enthusiasts can explore what feels like a whole new world. Relax in or beside the pleasantly cool water, which is so transparent that you can see the fish going about their day. The island is known for its unique cliffs and white sandy beaches; you can get up really close, taking a whole album worth of photos along the way.