Best months for BANGKOK cityscape photography
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    Best months for Bangkok cityscape photography, as we know taking the good architectural or cityscape photography need a bright and clear natural … Read More
    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. Updated: 18.06.2016 Read Less
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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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Updated: 18.06.2016
Sunset at Sathorn, Silom, Ratchadapisek Rama IV road and Sukhumvit view from the Jasmine Grande Residence
Sunset at Wichai Prasit Fort at the old palace of Thonburi period (Phra Racha Wang Derm), Wat Arun and Chao Phraya River view from the Rajini Express Boat Pier
Phu Khao Thong (Phra Borom Bunpot), Wat Saket view from Princess Palace, Boe Bae Tower
Sunset at the Bhumibol Bridge and Chao Phraya River view from The Pano Condominium
Laan Plappla Maha Jesadabodin (Maha Jesadabodin Royal Pavilion): King Rama III Monument and Wat Ratchanadda's Metal Castle (Loha Prasart)
King Rama V Monument, Dusit Palace, Bangkok
Phra Thinang Chakri Maha Prasat and Phra Thinang Dusit Maha Prasat, the Grand Palace view from The Old Siam Plaza
Bangkok, the skyline of Sathorn, Silom and Sukhumvit view from Jasmine Resort Hotel
Bangkok view from Baiyok Tower II In this scene: Ratchaprasong, Sukhumvit, Central Embassy, All Season Place, Plaza Athenee, Ploenchit, Chidlom, Wireless Road and more
Silom & Sathorn view from Baiyok Tower, in this scene: Sathorn Square, Mahanakhon, Chulalongkorn University, Silom, Sathorn and more.
Chao Phraya River view from Lumpini Park Riverside Rama 3, in this scene: Rama IX Bridge and Kasikorn Bank
Rain over Bangkok and Chao Phraya River view from the River Condominium