Now that the pandemic has loosened its grip on the world, many people are travelling to different countries to satiate that need for adventure after being cooped up at home for so long.
Since most of us have smartphones and live online, Instagram has been flooded with new pictures of our recent travels.
With that, travel blog Big Seven Travel has listed some of the world’s most Instagrammable places and the country that was ranked no. 1 is – don’t be jealous, Malaysians – Singapore!
Citing the iconic Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay and the vibrant street art through Haji Lane, Singapore landed the number 1 spot due to its abundance of art hubs and unique exhibits.
It’s not hard to believe since the Singapore Art Museum once called for women to send in photos of their butt for a butt art piece. Pretty unique if you ask me…
Now you must be curious where Malaysia ranked on this list and we’re sad to inform you that we’re actually quite far behind.
According to this list, Malaysia ranked no. 38 with our capital, Kuala Lumpur being the main draw.
The list highlights our KL Forest Park, the colourful Batu Caves temple and the Thean Hou Temple as some of our most famous attractions.
Sounds to me that the person who wrote this list didn’t actually visit Malaysia because we have a myriad of other locations that could wow their socks off.
In case you were wondering, the top 10 countries on the list are:
- Boracay, Philippines
- Oahu, Hawaii
- Tokyo, Japan
- New York City, New York
- Banff, Canada
- Amalfi Coast, Italy
- Chicago, Illinois
- Lisbon, Portugal
- Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
Does anybody volunteer to show the journalist who wrote this list around Malaysia? Make sure to show them a good time so we can make it in the top 10 next year!