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Bangkok Hidden Highlights: Full Day Instagram Tour

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ToursTheme ToursCulture & HistoryArt & MuseumsArchitectureHistory & HeritageMeet the LocalsMuseums & ExhibitionsOff the beaten trackMedium-risk activities

Explore Bangkok’s most photogenic spots during this ultimate Instagram tour. Visit Wat Arun, the Erawan Museum, Airplane Graveyard and Ratchada Train Market. Travel with a guide who will help you capture unique social media shots.


  • Explore Bangkok’s most photogenic spots during this ultimate Instagram tour
  • Visit Wat Arun, the Erawan Museum, Airplane Graveyard and Ratchada Train Market
  • Travel with a friendly guide who will help you capture unique social media shots
  • See an alternative side to Bangkok


Diversify your social media channels with something other than the Grand Palace and Khao San Road. This Instagram tour of Bangkok is just the thing for Instagrammers, bloggers, photographers and anyone with a penchant for unusual, colorful locations. Your local tour guide will take you on a full day memorable trip around the city, stopping at some of the most interesting and photo-worthy places in the capital. Wat Arun, better known as The Temple of Dawn, is a 500-year-old site decorated with porcelain, seashells and countless Buddha statues. The dreamy white spires and serene river setting make the perfect spot for snapping gorgeous photos. Erawan Museum isn't your average stuffy museum, this hidden treasure trove is located a 40-minute drive south of Bangkok. As soon as you see the enormous three-headed elephant statue up front, you’ll agree it’s worth the ride. Continue to the Airplane Graveyard, designed as a quirky amusement park and beer venue, these old aircrafts were purchased at auction by a wealthy Thai local.  Last stop will be at the Ratchada Train Market. Bangkok is market paradise, and this is one of the most favourable additions. All housed under colourful tarpaulin tents, this market is a vibrant tapestry when viewed from afar. Up close, it’s just as much of a photographer’s wonderland, home to vintage stalls galore and countless authentic food stands. Snap your social media shots and dig into some delicious snacks.


Downtown Bangkok Hotel pickup and drop-off (from selected addresses) Transport in air-conditioned vehicle English-speaking guide Drinking water Entrance Fees Insurance
Lunch Personal expenses

Important Information

  • Visitors are required to cover up at the temple. Please wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants or a sarong to cover up.

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