Twilight at the Temple of the Emerald Buddha

Wat Phra Si Rattana Satsadaram (Wat Phra Kaew) the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand, located in the area of the Grand Palace, normally open for public from 09.00 – 15.30, if you want to see or take some photos of the twilight scene of the unique and very beautiful  traditional Thai architecture, have to visit during the special events for example: Asanha Bucha Day or Dhamma Day (around 19th of July).

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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.

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Updated: 18.07.2016

Best Viewpoint of Bangkok II

Another best viewpoint of Bangkok, the deck of Phu Khao Thong at Wat Saket at the height around 70 m., with the 360 degree view of the old area to the downtown of Bangkok: the Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Arun, Wat Pho, Wat Suthat, the Giant Swing, Loha Prasat at Wat Ratchanadda, Democracy Monument, Ratchadamnern Avenue, Nitas Rattanakosin and more.

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Created: 16.07.2016

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ViewPoints along Chao Phraya River

Chao Phraya River, the main river of Bangkok, with many important and famous travel destinations along the riverfront. This is the list of the public space and semi-public space for the tourist and cityscape photographer who want to view the beautiful scene of the city along the river, starts from the Northern part of Ko Rattanakosin (the old area of Bangkok), the Rama VIII Bridge, heading South to the Bhumibol Bridge, Rama III Road. Continue Reading →

ROOFTOP Bars for BANGKOK Cityscape photography

The best downtown rooftop bars and restaurants for Bangkok cityscape photography.

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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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ViewPoint of Koh Rattanakosin

View Point of Koh Rattanakosin, BANGKOK Cityscape Photography by www.aey.me

Kok Rattanakosin, the old area of Bangkok and places along the Ratchadamnern Avenue located many tourist attractions: Palaces, Museums, Temples and  old architecture. This is the list of view points for photographer and tourist who want a better photograph of Bangkok.
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