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10 Travel Accounts to Start Following on Instagram

Not all of us have the luxury to travel whenever wanderlust hits, and that’s why Instagram is such a prominent avenue for us to fantasise about our next adventure. Every scroll on our Instagram feed is like opening up a plane window. It unveils a new place or experience to add to our own travel bucket list.

If you’re ready for some major travel envy on your feed, we share 10 up-and-coming travel Instagram accounts you should follow.

@baitoeyzii

Whether you’re a lover of nature or heritage destinations, cabin crew Baitoey’s eye for the aesthetics will surely inspire you to venture out and explore the world.

@iceintravisit

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Crocodile Hunter

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Landscape imageries of the sky, waterfalls and the ocean fill the squares of Anantaporn’s account. With nature as his canvas, sunsets are his favourite travel companion.

@i_am_aileen

We applaud Aileen’s courage to leave a desk-bound job to become a full-time digital nomad in a bid to fulfil her travel goals. With the world as her backdrop, we’re living vicariously through her beautifully-curated travel feed.

@tonsohot

Ton’s feed is a treat to the eye with its visual feast of lines and symmetry. Using a play of contrasting light and shadows, we guarantee you’ll start to notice the smallest and sometimes mundane things when it comes to travelling.

@pureriku23

Using strong lights and vivid colours to add a magical touch to his photographs, cabin crew Wasawat will transport you to another realm in a snap – pun intended. His playful and candid content will draw you into his world of exploration.

@devynkhun

From Mount Cook in New Zealand to Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo, Devyn’s feed is like a free travel guide filled with location tags for your next potential holiday spot.

@asdmichelle

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I’m in paradise. ❤️? #kelingkingbeach

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Love dressing up for the holidays? Michelle’s feed is for you. Amidst sharing her cabin crew life and travelling experiences, she’ll inspire you to curate your own travel wardrobe.

@ivanojhx

“Quit your job, pack your bags and travel with me.” Ivan’s bio is your invitation to an immersive experience through his photographs. Find him by the bar or by the beach.

@golden_salt

Capturing moments in their rawest form – a.k.a. #nofilter – is what makes Absalon’s feed truly fascinating. It will inspire you to appreciate travel in the most authentic way possible.

@girleatworld

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???#latergram from my visit to Taiwan a month ago. Taro Rice Balls dessert at JiuFen Old Street (九份老街), aka the Spirited Away village in Taiwan! Although there has been no official confirmation that this place is the actual inspiration of the famous Japanese anime Spirited Away, I can definitely see the resemblance. There are tons of red lantern , tea houses and cute shops along the old street. Jiufen is only an hour ride away from Taipei by taxi. If you are traveling in a group of 3-4, I suggest just taking a cab – you’ll save time and hassle compared to taking public transport and not very expensive. Jiufen has garnered a lot of interest in the recent year so there are tons of visitors during the day. It is not that big, you can definitely just do a day trip, but if you have time I would highly suggest staying the night so you can explore when there aren’t many other tourists around. Taro rice ball is pretty much synonymous with Jiufen. It is a bunch of soft, chewy glutinous taro rice balls inside a slightly sweet soup. You can have it cold or hot – I chose cold since the weather was pretty steamy when I went. I got mine from Ah Gan at the top of the hill, where you can enjoy yours while overlooking the bay below Jiufen or you can walk down the step and explore the area while enjoying this snack! Definitely a must visit while in Taiwan. #GirlEatTaiwan #shotoniphone8plus

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A travel experience is never complete without food. So why not combine both when telling your travel story? Mel captures the connection between food and sights in one by filling capturing local delicacies against the most amazing views during her travels. Not only will this evoke your wanderlust, it will also get your tummy rumbling.

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