Here Are 5 Of The Perth-fect Instagram-Worthy Spots You Need To Visit


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Here Are 5 Of The Perth-fect Instagram-Worthy Spots You Need To Visit
Images: @izeziiz Instagram and @cjmaddock Instagram
Is your social media feed constantly filled with picture-perfect travel photos that are the envy of every wanderluster? Do you always research Instagram-worthy places in advance before going on a trip? Are you the type of person who has at least 50 photos to select from before picking one that’ll make the final cut on your Instagram profile?

Well, if you answered yes to all of the questions above, we’re about to share with you some awesome places in Perth, Western Australia that’ll satisfy your artsy heart.

After looking at these places, we can assure you that you’ll start packing your bags and look for the next available flight to Perth:

#1 Fremantle Markets

How strikingly pretty!Those fruits look so inviting.
This market isn’t like any other markets; it has been around over 100 years and is brimming with vibrant culture and heritage! We love the bare red bricks and white accents that adorn the façade of this market. It will definitely strike a chord with visitors (and your Instagram feed, of course).

The market is packed with vendors selling a myriad of cool items, so not only you have plenty of shopping options, you’ll have plenty of photo options too!

#2 Pinnacles Desert

A golden beauty.
You're on top of the world! Or in this case, dessert.
When we first arrived at the desert, we were absolutely in awe of its stunning beauty! But when our friends saw our photos, they said it looked like turmeric desert, LOL! Jokes aside, this golden-hued natural landscape serves as the perfect backdrop for your photos.

The rocks are actually limestone formations that were formed thousands of years ago, so each rock is unique, and the probability of having the same photo at the same spot as other tourists are quite slim.

#3 Blue Boat House

A Perth trip wouldn't be complete without a visit to the Blue Boat House!
This iconic boat house sits calmly by the banks of Matilda Bay at Swan River. Hundreds of tourists flock to this boat house each day to take Instagram-worthy photos.

The blue boat house, or also known as Crawley Edge Boatshed, is definitely one of those places you just can’t skip whenever you’re in Perth.

#4 Elizabeth Quay

Get creative with the sculptures!Such a picturesque view!
Where can we start? This quay is the perfect place for you to just chill or have an evening stroll while enjoying the view of the quay surrounded by towering skyscrapers.

There are a couple of interesting sculptures scattered around that’ll make the perfect addition to your Instagram feed, so you’d definitely get your dose of culture around the quay.

And did you know that one of the most popular landmarks on the quay is the Bell Tower which is one of the largest musical instruments on Earth? There you go, the perfect backdrop for your Instagram photo.

#5 Kings Park

Even the tree looks nice!It can't get any better than this!
Kings Park is packed with not only tourists but locals who enjoy lazing around at one of the world’s largest inner-city parks.

You can admire the Australian flowers and plan a picnic party with your family and friends while enjoying the view overlooking the scenic city of Perth and Swan Lake. (You can already imagine all the cute picnic photos and flatlays you can take there).

We definitely recommend you visit the park in the evening, so you can have your breath taken away by the splendor of it all when the sun sets on the Perth horizon.
So, is your inner Instagrammer spirit already itching to go to Perth? We’ve got great news for you!

Malindo Air now flies 14 times each week to Perth with all-in fares inclusive of premium services such as 25kg baggage allowance, inflight entertainment, on board meals and extra legroom.

BRB, booking a flight ticket to Perth now.
Not only that, Malindo also offers a few convenient flight options so you can plan your trip ahead and make the most out of it by arriving in Perth by 2.10pm on your arrival day and return back to Kuala Lumpur with a flight departing at 3pm.

With that flexibility, you’ll have more time to take more photos in Perth. What’s not to love, right?

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