The 20 Most Liked Pictures on Our Instagram With The Exact Locations!

We started a joint Instagram in August 2018 without a particular reason. At first, we attempted to post just nature, city landscapes, and food photos. Gradually, we changed the concept, opened a travel blog, began to collaborate with hotels, met other bloggers, and even won the Blogger Thailand contest in 2019! What a great start, isn’t it?

At the moment, we are actively traveling, promoting this blog, as well as updating Twitter and Facebook. To introduce our story to the new readers as well as refresh the memories of our old friends here, we made a post about 20 most popular places from our Instagram. In the rating, you will find photos from Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, and Hong Kong with an exact location on Google Maps (watch for ๐Ÿ“ emoji).

We thought this blog post may give some ideas to the new bloggers and, overall, the data is a fascinating subject. If you like the place, you should explore the links to our previous blog post, where you can read more about our experiences. Enjoy your trip to some cool Insta-places with us. Let’s go!

1) Red Lotus Floating Market (Nakhon Pathom, Thailand)

A very beautiful place with many water lilies. The coolest thing about the Red Lotus Floating Market is the ability to take photos on a drone. We do not own a drone, but those pictures collected the most likes on our Instagram. Read more about the Red Lotus Floating Market in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand in our blog post!

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: Moo 6 10/2 Kan Prapa Nakhon Luang Rd, Bang Len, Bang Len District, Nakhon Pathom 73130
๐Ÿ•’ Hours: 8 AM โ€“ 6 PM
โ˜Ž๏ธ Phone: 081 259 7667

2) Chedi Phukhao Thong (Ayutthaya, Thailand)

The Chedi Phukhao Thong is pagoda (or stupa), that has a very interesting story behind! We will prepare a cool guide about temples in Ayuthaya soonest, but for now, we just say gonna that this stupa was repainted white a few years ago and has since become a real Instagram hit!

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: Moo 2 153 Phu Khao Thong, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District, 13000
๐Ÿ•’ Hours: 9 AM โ€“ 2 PM

3) Qijin Xingkong Tunnel (Cijin Island, Kaohsiung, Taiwan)

The Qijin Xingkong Tunnel located on Cijin Island in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. We arrived during the golden hour and our photos were above expectations! By the way, we recently published a blog about our trip to Cijin Island. A lot of useful information and just incredibly cool spots for Instagram!

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ Address: Lane 1, Miaoqian Road, Qijin District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 805
๐Ÿ•’Hours: Open 24 hours

4) Bann Pai Na Cafe (Nakhon Pathom, Thailand)

In Thailand, cafes with bamboo bridges right on the rice plantations are insanely popular. Usually, a lot of people happen on weekends, but you can still make a very good photo for Instagram. By the way, you can read about our adventure to this place called Bann Pai Na Cafe in our very short blog article!

๐Ÿ Address: Lan Tak Fa, Nakhon Chai Si District, Nakhon Pathom 73120
๐Ÿ•’Hours: 8 AM โ€“ 9 PM
โ˜Ž๏ธPhone: 089 411 1105

5) Rainbow Stairs (Hong Kong)

This stairs are dedicated to the LGBT+ community, so of course we came to visit. This and many other cool places in our small rainbow guide in Asia!

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ Address: 46-50 Jervois St, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

6) Talat Pa Phai Sang Suk (Phatthalung, Thailand)

The Talat Pa Phai Sang Suk market has become a real discovery for us! First of all, it’s a zero-waste market. Secondly, the food is delicious, the music is fun and the place is awesome for taking photos. Read more about our trip to Talat Pa Phai Sang Suk in our blog post!

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ Address: Khuan Khanun, Khuan Khanun District, Phatthalung 93110
๐Ÿ•’Hours: 8 AM โ€“ 5 PM, Only on Saturday-Sunday
โ˜Ž๏ธPhone: 081-766-8049

7) View Yor Restaurant (Phatthalung, Thailand)

To be honest, we were incredibly surprised to find this photo from View Yor Restaurant in the ranking. Our followers appreciated the originality and rarity of the design. By the way, the place is suitable not only for photographs but also for a great dinner. Read our review of the restaurant View Yor Restaurant with a lot of yummy food photos!

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ Address: 223 Phanang Tung, Khuan Khanun District, Phatthalung 93150
๐Ÿ•’Hours: 10 AM โ€“ 9 PM
โ˜Ž๏ธPhone: 094 598 2944

8) Rainbow Church (Cijin Island, Kaohsiung, Taiwan)

There are several designs for photographing in this place called the Rainbow Church. It located on Cijin Island in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The same photo is one of the most favorites for the whole trip to Taiwan. Be sure to read and see how we explore Cijin Island on an electronic motorbike! Ah, great time โ€ฆ

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: No. 990, Qijin 3rd Road, Qijin District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 805
๐Ÿ•’ Hours: 6 AM โ€“ 4 PM

9) Rainbow Village (Taichung, Taiwan)

Since we are representatives of the LGBT+ community, we adore visiting places with rainbows. Of course, when we heard about the Rainbow Village in Taichung, Taiwan, we immediately added it to our bucket list. This place has an amazing story and an incredible atmosphere. Read more about the Rainbow Village in our blog article! By the way, the second photo was taken in a playground located in front of the entrance.

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: 408, Taiwan, Taichung City, Nantun District, ๆ˜ฅๅฎ‰่ทฏ56ๅทท25่™Ÿ
๐Ÿ•’ Hours: 8 AM โ€“ 6 PM
โ˜Ž๏ธ Phone: +886 4 2380 2351

10) Pullman Pattaya Hotel G (Pattaya, Thailand)

This hotel has one of the most Instagram bathrooms we have ever seen. By the way, you can read a review of our unforgettable weekend in Pullman Pattaya Hotel G in our blog post!

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: Moo 5 445/3 Na Kluea 16 Alley, Bang Lamung District, 20150
โ˜Ž๏ธ Phone: 038 411 940

11) Varni Homestay (Phatthalung, Thailand)

We came here for a master class but asked permission to take some pictures in their homestay accommodation. Read more about Varni Homestay and our DIY activity!

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: 152 Moo 10 Phanang Tung, Khuan Khanun District, Phatthalung 93150
โ˜Ž๏ธ Phone: 074 610 415

12) Wat Arun (Bangkok, Thailand)

Perhaps Wat Arun is the most photographed temple in Thailand. And we understand why! Incredible architecture with many different angles for your creative shots. A must-have pic for any travel blogger!

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: 158 Thanon Wang Doem, Wat Arun, Bangkok Yai, Bangkok 10600
๐Ÿ•’ Hours: 8AMโ€“6PM

13) The Qianyue Building (Taichung, Taiwan)

Our incredible travels through the ruins in Taichung, Taiwan, turned out to be super interesting and even a bit extreme. The Qianyue Building is an incredible place for fans of street art and a must travel destination for any Instagrammer. You can read our blog post about the Qianyue Building with a lot of great photos!

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: No. 113, Luchuan West Street, Central District, Taichung City, Taiwan 400
๐Ÿ•’ Hours: 8:30AMโ€“6PM

14) Mandarin Oriental (Bangkok, Thailand)

The Mandarin Oriental is a hotel where we always feel fancy. And actually, you don’t need to book a room to come here. Just visit Mandarin Oriental for a tea ceremony on the weekend. They serve a great variety of tea with amazing macaroons and other baked goods. If you have an opportunity, you should stop by in Mandarin Oriental for a feast as well as a few shots for your Instagram.

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: 48 Oriental Ave, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500
โ˜Ž๏ธ Phone: 02 659 9000

15) Klong Pak Pra (Phatthalung, Thailand)

This must-visit place is famous for its traditional fishing lifestyle. We spend 3-hours wandering around the sea and natural canals. The view with signature fishing traps in the South of Thailand is a bucket list item for many bloggers as this spot called the most beautiful sunrise viewpoint in Thailand! We have a great blog article about Pak Pra Canal and our morning trip, have a look if you are interested!

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: 209 Moo 4, Phanang Tung, Khuan Khanun District, Phatthalung
โ˜Ž๏ธ Phone: 099 121 8942

16) Wat Samphran Dragon Temple (Nakhon Pathom, Thailand)

You may think we are in the Middle-earth or Narnia, but actually, this is the Dragon Temple located in Thailand. It is a bit difficult to get here by public transportation, so not many could see this beauty. You need to rent a car or take a taxi to come here. Wat Samphran Dragon Temple located in a province Nakhon Pathom, Thailand. It is approximately 2 hours drive from Bangkok.

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: Moo 7 92/8 Sam Phran, Sam Phran District, Nakhon Pathom 73110
๐Ÿ•’ Hours: 6 AM โ€“ 6 PM

17) Golden Bridge (Da Nang, Vietnam)

We have been dreaming to visit the Golden Bridge in Da Nang, Vietnam, since its opening in July 2017. The 150-meter-high bridge located on top of a mountain in an attraction complex center called Sun World Ba Na Hills. Heaven for photographers, bloggers, and Instagrammers!

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: Hoร  Phรบ, Hรฒa Vang, Da Nang, Vietnam
๐Ÿ•’ Hours: 7:30 AM โ€“ 9 PM

18) Yellow Walls (Hoi An, Vietnam)

Hoi An has a thousand yellow walls, but we were looking for one particular. Aon saw this wall on Instagram, but we couldn’t find an exact location. On our last day in Hoi An, we accidentally saw this wall while we were walking to have Vietnamese coffee right before our departure to Da Nang. Isn’t it destiny? We think so!

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: 27duong Nguyแป…n Thรกi Hแปc

19) Choi Hung (Hong Kong)

We previously wrote that we love taking pictures with different rainbows. In Hong Kong, each station has its unique color, except the Choi Hung station, which has a rainbow instead of a particular color. Although this rainbow is not related to the LGBTQ+ community, we still visit the Choi Hung station to take a picture of it as a keepsake. By the way, read our material about rainbow spots in Asia to find out more!

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: Prince Edward Rd W, Choi Hung Estate, Hong Kong

20) Chulapornwararam Temple (Nakhon Nayok, Thailand)

This incredible bamboo grove located in the Chulapornwararam Temple in province Nakhon Naiok, Thailand. The temple is still unfinished, but the place is already popular among Thai people. Great spot to wander for a few minutes and take photos. There is a small pond up there as well.

๐Ÿ“ Location:
๐Ÿ  Address: Ban Phrik, Ban Na District, Nakhon Nayok 26110
โ˜Ž๏ธ Phone: 080 011 3791

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