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Check out the world's top 10 Instagrammable hostels

Going on an Insta-worthy vacation doesn’t have to be expensive, as there are plenty of glamorous and quirky hostels where you can snap some incredible holiday photos and save a bit of cash. Want to know where to find them? Hostelworld has revealed the world’s most photogenic hostels around the world, according to travellers. It’ll come as no surprise to anyone with an Instagram account that rooftop patios, quirky interiors and incredibly scenery shot hostels to the top of the list. Check out the top 10:

The Farm, Bali. Image by Hostelworld

The Farm Hostel, Bali

With a beautiful pool and plenty of places to lounge, this hostel is the perfect place to make all your friends envious of your holiday. The hostel in Canggu, a rapidly rising ex-pat hospot where travellers go to get away from it all, came top of the list.

Rodamon Riad, Marrakech. Image by Hostelworld

Rodamon Riad, Marrakech

The rooftop terrace with views of the Atlas Mountains and Koutoubia Mosque is reason enough to visit, but the beautiful interiors may convince you to pull your eyes away from the view. The clean, white rooms will contrast nicely on your feed with all the beautiful colours of Morocco.

Abbey Court, Dublin. Image by Hostelworld

Abbey Court, Dublin

Abbey Court brings a burst of colour to Dublin, featuring a wall of floral graffiti and a ceiling covered in bright umbrellas. It’s also a quick walk to most of Dublin’s top tourist attractions, so you’ll be able to fill your days with adventure before heading back to crash.

Central Backpackers Hostel, Catba, Vietnam. Image by Hostelworld

Central Backpackers Hostel, Catba, Vietnam

This hostel is located on Cat Ba Island, the largest on an archipelago on the south-eastern side of the incredibly picturesque Ha Long Bay. However, the adorable pool might have you forgoing the coastline in exchange for a day of hanging out at the hostel.

Discovery Hostel, Rio. Image by Hostelworld

Discovery Hostel, Rio, Brazil

Discovery Hostel has been voted best hostel in Latin America – and it lives up Rio’s nightlife reputation. The eclectic hostel has an open terrace area and private rooms that will rival that Airbnb you considered renting.

Away With The Fairies Hostel, Hogsback, South Africa. Image by Hostelworld

Away With the Fairies Hostel, Hogsback, South Africa

Want to get a shot of yourself in an epic bathtub with an even more incredible view of the surrounding mountains and rainforest? Of course you do. From Hogsback, you can also explore the Amathole Mountains around the Eastern Cape.

99 Surf Lodge, Tola, Nicaragua. Image by Hostelworld

99 Surf Lodge, Tola, Nicaragua

Not only is the hostel eco-friendly, it’s built entirely with local materials. There’s also the beach-front location and a four-sided infinity pool to make sure all your #travelinspo pics turn out perfect. From there you can explore volcanos, historic sites and even go horseback riding.

Santos Express Train Lodge, South Africa. Image by Hostelworld

Santos Express Train Lodge, Mossel Bay, South Africa

Spend the night in a real train, where each carriage has been converted into a room. If the quirky digs aren’t enough for you, it’s also located right on the beach and has the mountains in view.

Outpost beach hostel, El Nido, Philippines. Image by Hostelworld

Outpost beach hostel, El Nido, Philippines

The hostel is located right on El Nido’s sunset beach, with a massive balcony where you can get the perfect evening photo. On Palawan Island, guests can check out white-sand beaches and coral reefs, so it’s perfect for any snap-happy traveller.

Bambuda Lodge, Bocas del Toro, Panama. Image by Hostelworld

Bambuda Lodge, Bocas del Toro, Panama

Bambuda Lodge has a 150-foot waterslide that takes you straight from the hostel and into the ocean. It doesn’t get much better than that where you’re trying to show off how amazing your vacation is to the world.