Pays qui profitent le plus du tourisme - Andrew ZImmern Bizarre Foods Delicious Destinations Bangkok Thaïlande. Ici, Bangkok. - Photo © Cedric Lizotte
Andrew ZImmern Bizarre Foods Delicious Destinations Bangkok Pays qui profitent le plus du tourisme - Thaïlande. Ici, Bangkok. - Photo © Cedric Lizotte


There are several beautiful attractions in Bangkok where you can capture stunning pictures. From attractive temples to modern buildings, tranquil gardens to lively markets, there are simply a lot to capture in camera in this alluring city. Here are some of the Instagrammable places in Bangkok to fill your gallery:

Instagrammable Places in Bangkok – Airplane Graveyard

Lovers of the obscure will certainly have their fill at the Airplane Graveyard, where there is an abandoned 747 airplane lying in waste, along with two MD-82 airplanes with a similar derelict state. The exterior of the planes are covered with graffiti and inside, one can feel the atmosphere of neglect.

Instagrammable Places in Bangkok – Benchasiri Park

Benchasiri Park along Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok is a popular destination for people who want to take a break from their hectic lifestyles. It has a playground, sports area and swimming pool. It’s also a good spot if you want to take photos of people doing tricks with their skateboards.


Instagrammable Places in Bangkok – Giant Swing

It might resemble a giant swing but it is a religious edifice that used to be part of an ancient Brahmin ceremony. These days, it is one of the tourist attractions in Bangkok.

Instagrammable Places in Bangkok – Loha Prasat Temple

Within the grounds of Wat Ratchanaddaram, one can find the Loha Prasat Temple that was built in 1846. The temple has 37 metal spires to represent the 37 virtues required in reaching enlightenment in the Buddhist belief.

Lumphini Park

Bangkok has several lovely urban parks and Lumphini Park is one of them. Popular among joggers in the city, the park has winding paths, a wide open space and several trees. An artificial lake can also be found within this urban green space.

Rot Fai Market

The Rot Fai Market or Train Market is a colorful night bazaar that illuminates to life from Thursday to Sunday. If you want to capture colors, snap a shot of the roofs of the night market stalls and you will surely be delighted.


Saranrom Park

Across the Grand Palace in Bangkok, one can find a public park on what used to be the site of the Saranrom Palace grounds. The park has landscaped grounds with several interesting features, including a monument, greenhouse, pavilion and fountain.

Taling Chan Floating Market

When in Bangkok, it seems one cannot miss a picture with their famous floating markets. Taling Chan Floating Market is a good example of the lively activities and rich colors found in these floating bazaars.

Terminal 21

Malls are always fun places to take Instagram-worthy shots. At Terminal 21, you can positively meet your longings with its internationally themed floors. The façade of the mall resembles a modern airport and inside, it comes complete with floor signs signaling arrivals in the theme city for the specific floor. There are also overhead electronic displays similar to the ones you can find in airport terminals. And yes, the personnel manning the information desk don flight attendant uniforms.

The Grand Palace

Formerly the official residence of Siamese Kings (and later on, Thai Kings), The Grand Palace is now a museum open to visitors. The palace complex features an outer court, a middle court and an inner court. Its defensive walls include gates, forts and pavilions. The Temple of the Emerald Buddha and the Museum of the Emerald Buddha Temple can also be found within the complex.

Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan

Simply called Wat Arun, this colossal Buddhist temple is noted for its elaborately tiled central Khmer-style spire.

Wat Benchamabophit Dusitvanaram

One of the major tourist attractions in Bangkok, this Buddhist temple is known for its Carrara marble courtyard, singhas and pillars. Inside, the temple is decorated with gold and lacquer crossbeams.

Wat Phra Chetuphon Wimon Mangkhalaram Rajwaramahawihan

Wat Pho is the simplified name of this Buddhist temple complex found in Bangkok’s Phra Nakhon District. It is also called the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, in reference to the 46-meter long image of a reclining Buddha found within it.

Wat Saket Ratcha Wora Maha Wihan

Wat Saket is an age-old Buddhist temple that is set on a steep man-made hill. Its notable feature is its gold chedi. It is also a popular spot for having sweeping views of Bangkok.

Wat Traimit

If you want to see the 5.5-ton Golden Buddha in Bangkok, make sure to visit Wat Traimit.