Sunday, August 14, 2011

360° Bangkok

Here the pictures I took from, Baiyoke Tower II, a height of 300 m.  It was a little difficult to shot from this place due to  the  dirty of the outer windows and the pollution around Bangkok City. I used Nikon AF-S DX lens 18-55mm and 55-200 mm
Although many people complain about the traffic jam in Bangkok, the city has a good and very modern infrastructure.  In this photo you can see the spider net of high way.
Above the city, you can see the pollution coming from the traffic,
Sunlight passing through the dark cloud, and made a beautiful scene!
Modern spider net of high way
This area shows the expansion of Thailand´s economic and financial growth. On the top right you can also see the King River (Chao Phraya River)
It was around 3 pm...and look at the traffic jam on the bottom of the picture




Right bottom, Airport link is connected with BTS sky train, Phyathai Station
At the bottom of the picture you can see a canal, Bangkok used to be renowned as "Eastern Venice"  because of many canals were built along the city.
To the left of the sport club, Rachadamri BTS station
Siam Paragon, one of the biggest and modern department store in Bangkok,
Not far away from Siam Paragon you can see a very interesting contrast, see the traditional Buddhist temple under the two layers of Siam Interchange BTS sky train.
The Baiyoke I building (at left) used to be the Bangkok tallest building.

The train is leaving Phyathai station.

I wait for more than 20 minutes to take this picture.... Can you see the two trains??
In this photo, you can see the roof of Chulalongkorn University´s auditorium.

After taking photos, we went to the "Roof Top Bar and Music Lounge" on the 83rd floor to have some drinks, in a romantic environment ; )
Finally, enjoy the Panoramic view of Bangkok


  1. Very nice photos! Aww would love to visit BKK in the near future!

  2. @HarumiPq, Hi Harumi, yes I agree with you, Bangkok is really a traditional and cosmopolitan city.