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Las Vegas is big, time is short, and the sites are endless. If you are on the hunt for the most Instagram worthy sites in Las Vegas, this list that will get you noticed! The best part is that you don't have to break the bank to get shots of you living the hi life in Las Vegas!
Spice up your Insta-stories with boomerangs of the must-see water fountains right outside the Bellagio hotel. The fountains are choreographed to opera, classical, Broadway and pop songs daily every 30 minutes (15 minutes during peak night times).
In the lobby of the hotel, look up and see “Fiori di Como” created by Dale Chihuly. Guests are greeted with 2,000 hand-blown glass umbrellas hanging from the ceiling. The colourful arrangement of the umbrellas will make your feed pop!
Inside the resort are three insta-worthy places that you have to visit. Some you can't miss such as the Chandelier bar that captivates you the moment you step into the cosmopolitan. Others are meant to be hidden, and take some serious searching to find, such as the Ghost Donkey, but it is well worth the search.
First is Momofuku Milk Bar, a dessert bar opened by James Beard award-winning chef Christina Tosi. Spot the bright pink neon “milk” sign, and you’ll know you’re in the right place. Some outrageous must-try desserts created by the Milk Bar includes the sweet and salty Compost Cookie (made with graham cracker, pretzels, potato chips, coffee, oats and butterscotch) and Cereal Milk soft serve ice cream.
Second is Ghost Donkey, a speakeasy secretly located in the Block 16 Food Court of the resort. In the back corner you will find an exit door with an illustrated donkey. Open the door and you’ll be welcomed into a pink sparkly bar with shelves full of tequila and mezcal. This secret bar will get you all the likes.
Third is the posh Chandelier Bar which has three floors of extravagant chandeliers. Each different floor offers a special experience with different types of cocktails. This is the bar you want to go all dressed up with your Squad and take sparkly pictures.
Have you always wanted to go to New York but ended up in Las Vegas instead? Visit New York New York on the strip and get a taste of New York. Take pictures with the “Statue of Liberty” and the New York skyline.
Did you really go to Las Vegas if you didn’t take a picture of or with the iconic “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign? Just south of the strip near the airport is where you’ll find the lit sign.
Sloan’s Ice Cream in Venetian’s Grand Canal Shoppes first started up in West Palm Beach, Florida in 1999. As you walk into the store, you are welcomed with the delicious aroma of fresh-baked waffle cones, hanging chandeliers and eclectic pink decor. They are serving up homemade award-winning ice cream sundaes in real sinks! Order Tracey’s Kitchen Sink and you’ll receive a sink full of 18 scoops of ice cream topped with all the deluxe toppings, four cookies, four brownies, whipped cream and cherries. Skip dinner and order this instead!
To get the best picture for your Instagram feed, roll in style and take a 15 minutes helicopter ride with Mavericks for under $100 USD +fees! You’ll get a bird’s eye view of the Las Vegas strip at night highlighting the New York New York skyline, Bellagio fountains, Luxor pyramid and the High Roller Ferris Wheel. The price includes hotel pick up and drop off to the helicopter home base and a glass of champagne to enjoy with the ride.
Written by Candy Chou