Crazytravel's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics



crazytravel manifesto: ↪book a flight sw far ↪don't plan ↪go with the flow ↪chill ↪get crazy ↪enjoy! 📍Bangkok 🇹🇭 🔜 Singapore 🇸🇬

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35.0% of crazytravel's followers are female and 65.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.00%. The average number of likes per post is 240 and the average number of comments is 8.

Crazytravel loves posting about Travel, Adventure, Photography.

Check crazytravel's audience demography. This analytics report shows crazytravel's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.

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  • Travel & Tourism 76.36 %
  • Photography 63.90 %
  • Technology & Science 63.23 %
  • Art & Design 58.71 %
  • Fitness & Yoga 41.77 %
  • Luxury Goods 41.20 %
  • Sports 40.47 %
  • Beauty & Fashion 36.04 %
  • Home & Garden 34.73 %
  • Business & Careers 32.77 %
  • Movies and TV 31.91 %
  • Music 31.31 %


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There's many reasons to be cautious when staying in Phuket... Specially around patong beach 😂 Patong is a party capital of Asia with world famous crazy night life and great beaches. Located in the island of Phuket, Thailand it offers to the tourists everything they need to make their stay a crazy mixture of party, alcohol and every other sins you can think of...

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Jewel Changi Airport is a very impressive nature-themed mall adjacent to the amazing Changi Ariport of Singapore. It is linked in different ways to the passenger terminals and its masterpiece is the world's tallest indoor waterfall, the Rain Vortex, all surrounded by a terraced forest setting. If you ever find yourself in the Singapore Changi airport with some time to kill, this unique mall is definitely worth a visit 😉

291 9

If you've ever been to Thailand you have probably seen a mess of cables all around cities that for some unknown reason manage to work. They are a mix of coax for TV, telephone cable and fiber optic for Internet. The reason for the vast amount of cables is that every single provider just runs cables wherever they want to provide a service and no cables are ever removed after that. Even though this guy seems to not take security seriously, he's not in danger as the coax and fibre carry no serious voltage and the telephone cables are triple insulated. making the voltage nonlethal. The actual power cables are much higher up on the pole, safely out of reach, and have standoff insulators. The reason they are overhead is that Bangkok has some very heavy rains and roads often flood. The ground is soft, ground loads are often changing, and there are lots of new buildings everywhere. Underground cables are going to be flooded, broken by ground movement, and dug up by backhoes at every building site they pass. Being overhead, everyone can see where they are, they are out of the water, and can be easily accessed for repair.

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Motorbikes are the main mode of transport in most southeast Asian countries, specially in big cities like bangkok. The affordability and maneuverability of these vehicles in traffic make them the perfect method of transport. If you're ever in Thailand you can rent them for less than 100 Thai bats (3 euro) per day. Totally recommended to move around quickly and cheaply. Maybe not in bangkok unless you're a master of the two wheels... The level of craziness in this city requires some skills ;)

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Thai food is one of my favorites cuisines in the world and Bangkok is the epicenter of it. The streets of the Thai capital are always filled with stalls that bring the local dishes to everyone at a very affordable price. If you ever visit this city do not hesitate to try these local delicacies. In 2017 the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) and the Metropolitan Police Bureau (MPB) imposed some restrictions on street food. It was announced by media as a ban on street food in the capital, however the popularity of this food have made impossible any type of full prohibition on it and hopefully it will still be there for many years to enjoy 😋.

229 7

Deepavali or diwali means festival of lights. It is one of the most important Hindu festivals celebrated in Singapore. Preparations for the festival are ready in little India, Singapore, even though the main festival celebrations are on the darkest night of the Kartik, Hindu Lunisolar month, still several days away. Before the Deepavali night, Singaporeans clean and decorate their houses. They will also light up diyas which are candles or lamps, exchange gifts and give away sweets to children.

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Throwback to #singaporegp and a tip to all fans of f1: sometimes the best view its not inside the circuit! Check out the view I got to enjoy from a hotel room nearby... Probably much better most of the ones you can get with any regular ticket... Do your research and be smart when planning for these things!

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Another F1 GP night at Singapore. Anyone around?

214 12

The traffic in Manila is madness so if you come over you better be ready for it. Commuting in this city can be a challenge so my suggestion is to enjoy and have fun as you discover the ways to do it. Jeepneys are one of the most popular ways of moving around in the Philippines. They are some sort of buses with a very specific shape, metal parts, crowded seating and kitsch decorations, which have become a wide spread symbol of Philippine culture and art. They have their route written on the side so if you see one you want to take just raise your hand and squeeze in the back. Once you want to step down just knock on the roof so the driver stops, now just pay the driver the commuting fare and that's it pancit! Anyone ever taken one of these?

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Baybayin is an ancient script used primarily by the Tagalog people of the Philippines. It is an indigenous Indic script that has been widely used in traditional Tagalog domains. It continued to be used during the early part of the Spanish colonization of the Philippines until largely being supplanted by usage of the Latin alphabet. At the Alamat bar in the poblacion district of Makati you can find their cocktail menu written in baybayin.

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The City of Tagaytay, sits 60km south of Manila and it is one of the country's most popular tourist destinations because of its scenery and cooler climate provided by its high altitude. Tagaytay overlooks Taal Lake in Batangas and provides views of Taal Volcano Island in the middle of the lake through various vantage points situated in the city. Perfect place to for a relaxed and chill day!! I took this pic while hanging out at the country club of tagaytay highlands 😍.

186 3

The district of Poblacion in Makati city, metro Manila has developed a very cool and fancy vibe in the last few years. A former sole red light district is now also home for fusion restaurants and cool bars like @alamatfilipinopub, which offers a great selection of draft local beers. Currently trying the double IPA big eye from Cebu, with 9.8% of alcohol... I hope I can get home after this! 😬


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