Wichai Prasit Fort, Wat Arun & Chao Phraya River

Sunset at Wichai Prasit Fort ป้อมวิไชยประสิทธิ์ at the old palace of Thonburi period (Phra Racha Wang Derm พระราชวังเดิมกรุงธนบุรี), Wat Arun วัดอรุณ & Chao Phraya River แม่น้ำเจ้าพระยา view from Tha Rajini Express Boat (Rajini Express Boat Pier) ท่าเรือด่วนราชินี

More photos of the Rajini Express Boat Pier: https://photos.app.goo.gl/RbdXuNW8KIBgn4wW2
Updated: 15.01.2018

Maha Jessada Bodin Courtyard Pavillion and Wat Ratchanadda

Twilight and sunset scene at King Rama III Memorial Park (Maha Jessada Bodin Courtyard Pavillion ลานพลับพลามหาเจษฎาบดินทร์) and Loha Prasat โลหะปราสาท at Wat Ratchanadda วัดราชนัดดา in background.

Updated: 03.06.2017

Best season for BANGKOK Cityscape Photography

Want a cityscape photo with a dramatic look, the rainy season in Bangkok is the best season. It’s always rain in the afternoon and in the evening, before and after that the cloud and sky are very beautiful with colors, lighting, and some lightening, find some places for example, the rooftop bar or viewpoint in the city and don’t forget your tripod.

More photos: http://www.postcardfromthailand.com/tag/best-months-for-bangkok-cityscape-photography/
or sample: https://www.behance.net/gallery/34390583/Best-months-for-BANGKOK-cityscape-photography
or download: https://issuu.com/aeysomsawat/docs/best_month_to_shoot_the_bangkok_cit

Updated: 18.07.2016

Best months for BANGKOK cityscape photography

Best months for Bangkok cityscape photography, as we know taking the good architectural or cityscape photography need a bright and clear natural light, most of people might think of winter or summer time, that’s right but not always right, in winter of Bangkok we’ve got some mist in the sky in early morning and late in the evening, so in the far sight of the scene is not so clear. In summer is good, the sky is clear through out the day, the sun still shine very late in the evening but if you want a dramatic scene, For the unique characteristic scene of Bangkok, I recommended the rainy season, before and after the rain during sunrise and sunset there still have clouds left in the sky and give the fantastic colors and texture scene, beside that the mist in the sky was washed out so your photos will bright and clear.

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Rain over Bangkok and Chao Phraya River

Rain over Bangkok and Chao Phraya River view from the River Condominium

Phu Khao Thong view from Boe Bae Tower

Phu Khao Thong (Phra Borom Bunpot), Wat Saket and the skyline of Rattanakosin (the old area of Bangkok) view from Princess Palace, Boe Bae Tower.

More photos of Phu Khao Thong and Wat Saket: http://img.gg/K9USjli
Updated: 26.02.2016

Bhumibol Bridge view from The Pano Condominium

An evening at the Bhumibol Bridge and Chao Phraya River view from The Pano Condominium

Skyline of Bangkok view from Jasmine Resort Hotel

Sunset scene and the skyline of Bangkok view from Jasmine Resort Hotel

Skyline of Bangkok view from the Jasmine Grande Residence

Sunset at Sathorn, Silom, Ratchadapisek Rama IV road and Sukhumvit view from the Jasmine Grande Residence.

Rama IX Bridge and Chao Phraya River

Chao Phraya River view from Lumpini Park Riverside Rama III, in this scene: Rama IX Bridge and Kasikorn Bank.