Sunflower Field Khao Yai

Khao Yai, which is a three hour drive from Bangkok, has its fill of picturesque spots ranging from European-inspired architecture to whimsical parks.

If you only have a few days to explore around Khao Yai, here’s your ultimate guide to the best and iconic Instagrammable places to bait tons of likes on social media.

That being said, don’t forget to put your phones away to enjoy the magical moment. 

 1. Khonyok Sheep Farm

Unlike any ordinary sheep farms, the scenic backdrops steal the limelight from these adorable animals. Upon stepping into the farm, you’ll find a selection of spots that you will be excited to share on your feed: botanical vineyard and pastel farm barns, colourful “macarons” and even a floral carriage straight out from a fairytale. 

Pay 100baht for a basket of carrots and a milk bottle to feed the sheep. 

Location: 3049 Sarika, Mueang Nakhon Nayok District, Nakhon Nayok 26000, Thailand
Entrance fee: 150 baht per person

 2. Rai Maneesorn Sunflower Field

The sunflower blooms grant a spectacular view from every angle. Whether you’re taking a selfie or a group photo, this will demand attention on any Instagram feed.

Bring a drone if you own one, as you will be able to capture an impressive aerial view of the full sunflower field. Don’t forget to check this off your bucket list, especially if you are a nature lover. 

Location: Mu Si, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand
Entrance fee: 80 baht per person

 3. Palio Village

In contrast to the busy night markets in Bangkok, Palio Village is a quaint little neighbourhood which is a great place for outdoor window shopping and late afternoon brunches.

Inspired by the Tuscan Villages, this add a pop of colour to your mood and photos. And you will definitely find some Insta-worthy spots amidst the Italian-inspired architecture.

Location: Thanarat Rd, Mu Si, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, 30130, Thailand
Entrance fee: free

 4.  The Bloom

Another box to check off your list if you love vibrant colours and anything to do with flowers. This boutique hotel which is a tourist destination on its own, houses one of the largest and most beautiful 100-acre gardens in Khao Yai. If you did not have the chance to visit the Sunflower field, grab your photo opportunities here.

Location: 357 Phaya Yen, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30320, Thailand
Entrance fee: 120 baht per person

 5. Primo Piazza

Haven’t had enough of sheep yet? Primo Piazza is another beautiful attraction with alpaca and sheep-feeding opportunities. Amongst other colourful aesthetics, you’ll find intricate interiors and lush sprouts of floral greenery. Unlike Palio Village, there isn’t any shopping opportunities, except for a cafe or two.

Location: 200/2 10 Mu Si, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand
Entrance fee: 200 baht per person

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6. Pete Maze

Unwind in the lush greenery while finding your way through the garden maze. Don’t fret if you are unable to make your way out, as there are some eye-catching spots to capture some nice photos along the way.

Step up your photography game and unleash your creativity by using the Panoramic shot on your phone to capture this interesting shot.

Unfortunately, drones were not allowed in this attraction. Otherwise it would really cool to see the maze from high up.

Location: Khanong Phra, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand
Entrance fee: 150 baht per person

7. My Ozone Khao Yai

If you’re looking for an instaworthy whimsical photoshoot without investing in a hotel stay, My Ozone would be a perfect pick provided that you don’t mind the hassle of traveling far.

With marbled white furniture and elegant luxurious gold frames and chandelier, you’ll find yourself stepping into a fairytale wonderland.

Location: Wang Sai, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand
Entrance fee: NA

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8. Ban Mai Chay Nam Museum & Restaurant

Ban Mai Chay Nam is a restaurant that doubles up as an art museum. Popular to many tourists, this museum houses some quirky and vintage collectibles.

Stroll down the memory lane as you reminisce some of the nostalgic items and you might find something familiar on the shelves too!

Location: 21, Mittaphap Road, Tambon Pak Chong, Amphoe Pak Chong, Nakhon Ratchasima, 30130, Thailand
Entrance fee: 50 baht per person

Special mention: Thames Valley Khao Yai

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Just a short ten-minute drive from Khao Yai National Park, Thames Valley Khao Yai is a quintessentially refined countryside resort with pastoral sidewalks and buildings.

Surrounded by lush greens and rustic furnishings inspired by the Southern region of England, your photos will turn out aesthetically pleasing for the ‘gram. Unfortunately, you will have to be a hotel guest in order to enter the inner parts of the hotel to enjoy the full photo-taking experience!

Location: Thanarat Rd, Mu Si, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, 30130, Thailand
Entrance free: Free

It is highly recommended to rent a car or hire a driver if you plan to visit Khao Yai.

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