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Number two: The Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China is probably one of the first sets of stairs that spring to mind when thinking of the most Instagrammable. The wall is over 3,000 miles long and would take an estimated 18 months to complete – that’s a lot of time to curate some impressive social media content… [Photo: Getty]

From Hawaii's forbidden zone to the Great Wall of China: The world's most Instagrammed stairs revealed

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer

Forget ‘close proximity to the beach’ or ‘sea views’ – when planning a trip, the number one request on every millennial‘s wish list is that it must be Insta-worthy.

Gone are the days when we’d pop into our local travel agents to flick through the latest brochures, as the social media platform is now our go-to source of inspiration.

Globe-trotters have been busy documenting every aspect of their holiday via their feed in recent years and so it comes as no surprise to learn that some seriously gram-worthy steps have been given the filter treatment.

From the Great Wall of China to Hawaii’s forbidden Haiku stairs, these are the world’s most Instagrammed steps – with a grand total of two million posts in the bag.

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