The 5 best photo booths in Bangkok

PHOTO: Sculpture Flagship (left), Andy & Fine. (right)

There’s just something about a photo booth. It’s fun, it gives you a memorable keepsake, and it’s amazing for the gram. It’s great for those who are camera shy, too, since the compact nature of these booths provides a sense of privacy and comfort that you just don’t get with traditional photography setups. In Bangkok, the photo booths vary greatly in theme and style, offering fresh and unique ways to freeze memories.

From taking pictures inside of a giant cake to time-traveling with vintage themes, here are the best photo booths (and studios) in Bangkok.

Strike a pose at these 5 photo booths in Bangkok

Sculpture Flagship

Sculpture Flagship - one of the best photo booths in Bangkok
PHOTO: Sculpture Flagship

Opening hours: Daily, 11.00 to 21.00

Location: Sculpture Flagship, 256 Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

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Sculpture is the place to go for all your photo needs. You’ll spot Sculpture photo booths scattered all over Bangkok, but we suggest checking out their Flagship store, where many Thai celebrities have snapped shots.

Ever wanted to pose inside a giant birthday cake? Now’s your chance to take those sweet shots! It’s one of Sculpture’s hottest attractions. And if stickers are your thing, check out the ATM Sticky Machine. In addition, there’s also the trendy Denim on Denim photo booth, the vintage Telephotobooth, and the classic Sculpture Souvenir where you have the option to turn your photos into keyrings.

Andy & Fine.

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PHOTO: Andy & Fine.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday, 10.00 to 19.30 / Saturday to Sunday, 10.00 to 20.00

Location: Andy & Fine. – Photo House, @BACC 3rd Flr. No. 305, 939 Rama I Rd, Wang Mai, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Andy & Fine. at BACC is the spot to get creative. Drawing inspiration from fashion and art, this photo house offers a fresh take on the traditional photoautomat concept. Each booth is like having a photographer friend encouraging you to capture your individuality and cherished moments. Plus, they provide a plethora of props to add some flair to your snapshots.

One of the most popular is the quirky laundry room, known as the Andy & Monica booth, where a washing machine serves as your backdrop. For a unique experience, step into the Andy & Abbie booth, which is designed to resemble an elevator. Here, your picture will be taken from a “CCTV.” And be sure to try their newest booth, the Snapbook Room. It prints your photos into die-cut stickers with adorable designs, perfect for decorating your planner (or any surface you fancy!).

Wanee Film

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PHOTO: Wanee Film

Opening hours: Daily, 11.00 to 21.00

Location: Wanee Film, 246-248 1st Floor, Lock 15, Mon 1, 3 Siam Square Soi 7, Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Wanee Film is a dream come true for K-pop and Korean enthusiasts. The turquoise green photo booth studio offers everything from cute props like various sunglasses, headbands, and plushies, to a spot where you can prepare to showcase your best looks (yes, they even have a hair straightener!). They also have a variety of adorable frames, including special ones for certain Korean idols. For instance, they had Ningning from Aespa and Jeno from NCT for their birthday. Just remember, these frames are available for a limited time only, so be sure to keep an eye on their social media channels for updates before planning your visit!

Haru Film at Siam Square One

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PHOTO: Haru Film Thailand

Opening hours: Daily, 10.00 to 22.00

Location: Haru Film, 2nd Floor, Siam Square One SS2018, 388 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

For a blend of sleek aesthetics and minimalism, head to Haru Film in Siam Square One. Originating from South Korea, this photo booth in Bangkok a hit for its signature natural-looking filter that enhances your appearance in every shot. Once you’ve snapped your pics, you can choose from a variety of designs and coloured frames to complement your photos perfectly. The popular 2×2 frame template is a favourite, offering four portrait-style photos to capture your moments. Additionally, Haru Film provides a range of frame themes to suit your preferences before you start your photo session.

Haru Film is also available at Zpell at Future Park and Fashion Island.

Flashback at Gump’s Ari

Flashback Photo Booth Bangkok
PHOTO: Flashback Photo Booth Bangkok

Opening hours: Daily, 10.00 to 20.00

Location: GUMP’s Ari Community Space, 25 Ari 4 Fang Nua Alley, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

You’ll find a range of photo booths at Gump’s Ari,, but we highly recommend giving Flashback a go. From the outside, it may seem like your average photo booth, but inside, it allows you to get really creative. You have the freedom to decorate your photos however you please. That’s right—thanks to the touchscreen and pen provided, you can add stickers and other embellishments before printing your masterpiece. Moreover, the frames are all vibrant, adorable, and totally unique. In addition to your printed photo, Flashback also offers digital copies of your photos, including GIF versions for some added fun.

Aside from Gump’s Ari, you can also find Flashback at theCOMMONS Saladaeng, Frank! Garcon Siam Soi 2, Chumchum Grocery, and various other spots across the city.

Whether you’re with family, friends, or flying solo, these photo booths in Bangkok promise a good time and a lasting memory. So, strike a pose and say cheese!

Want to unwind and sip a glass (or a bottle) of wine? Check out our picks of the best wine bars in Bangkok.

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