The 10 Most Photographed Places In Thailand
by Nakita Mason | Updated 28 February 2019 | Posted in Top Lists, Inspirations, Thailand
Wonderful Thailand is rife with beauty and the opportunity to experience something magical. From the majestic views and gothic architecture to the incredible wildlife, Thailand really is an adventure like no other, and this week we've got some of its most photographed locations to kick your wanderlust into fifth-gear. Enjoy!
1: The White Temple
Thailand has plenty of amazing ornate structures, but none so stunning as the ethereal White Temple, or Wat Rong Khun as it’s also known. Its purpose is to represent and push Buddhist teachings.
2: Doi Inthanon
This wonderful National park is perhaps best known for the King and Queen pagodas, built to honour the royals and a spectacular sight that has been drawing tourists for years.
3: The Pom Mangrove Forest
This wonderful fairy-tale-like forest is a photographers' dream and full of natural sights that make perfect Instagram shots all too easy.
4: Red Lotus Sea
One of the most spectacular sights in the world, these beautiful flowers bloom on Nong Han Kum Pavapi lake for three months during the winter. Idyllic right?
5: Grand Palace
Nestled in stunning Bangkok this is the home of the royals and a fabulous feat of architecture.
6: Mae Ya Waterfall
This stunning waterfall is one of the most impressive in Thailand and is especially beautiful in Autumn.
7: Phu Lang Ka
This rural forest has some of the most breath-taking views imaginable and is a true ‘off the beaten path’ find.
8: Noen Maprang
This part of Thailand is renowned for its colony of bats that you can capture as they set off to feed. It's a magical experience and one we highly recommend.
9: The Floating Market of Damnoen Saduak
One of Thailand’s most iconic sights is the floating market, a sea of colour, a clash of hustle and bustle and a great place to bag some fresh produce.
10: Bo Sang Umbrella Village
This cute little village often just called ‘Umbrella Village’ is renowned for its handmade and painted bamboo parasols, and there’s even festivals by night that are spectacular to witness. Pop along to watch the making process and you can even purchase one at the end!