A trip to Bangkok wouldn’t be complete without cruising along the Chao Phraya River. Visiting Bangkok in the middle of protests brought about by political instability in Thailand in 2013 deprived me of the opportunity to visit the iconic river. Suffice to say I’m planning another trip in the soonest possible time. But this time, with […]
[Sathorn Unique Tower (photo by Matthew Karsten).] In Bangkok there is an abandoned skyscraper that is known as the ghost tower. The Sathorn Unique Tower was constructed during the 1990’s and it was nearly completed until the 1997 Asian financial crisis brought construction to a halt. While there hasn’t been any reports for a solution […]
I took this photo when I was backpacking around Southeast Asia. Located in the heart of the city, The Grand Palace has been the official residence of the King since 1972. The complex assortment of buildings that make up the Grand Palace are incredibly detailed not only from the outside, but the inside as well. […]
Bangkok – The Beauty of Faith features some of the best known landmarks of Bangkok in mesmerizing time lapse sequences.
Thailand – In the Garden of the Dragon from Justin Heaney. Filmed in and around Bangkok, Pai, Mae Hong Son and the Thailand / Myanmar border region in late July 2013. This edit is an attempt at re-creating the visceral nature of my experience there.
Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho in Bangkok, Thailand. [Photo by James Clark at nomadicnotes.com.]
YouTube: Never Go To – THAILAND Never Go To – THAILAND is a video by French videographer Brian Camusat, featuring stunning scenes from all over Thailand that will make you never not want go to Thailand.
SouthEastAsia – A timelapse journey by Stian Rekdal is a collection of timelapse-sequences filmed in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. Locations include Bangkok, Angkor Wat, Bayon, Ta Prohm, Banteay Srei, Beng Mealea, Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang, Marble Mountain, Tam Coc and Hanoi. Enjoy!
Land of smile -Thailand from daniel azulai bittencourt. A short video shot in Thailand (Feb 2011) using a Canon 5d Mark II with a 24-105mm. Scenes from Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Krabi, Phi Phi, Phuket and Ko-Yao.
Following on from the popularity of About Bangkok, film maker Laurent Tixhon has edited some more footage in a new video, More About Bangkok.