Siam Paragon Mall, Bangkok
Capturing the breathtaking expanse of humanity that is Bangkok takes more than just one shot.
As seen from the Vertigo & Moon Bar on top of the Banyan Tree hotel.
Relaxing atop the Vertigo & Moon Bar after spending the day amongst the Wats in Bangkok.
The Phra Buddha Theva Patimakorn in the Phra Uposatha, the ordination hall, the main hall used for performing Buddhist rituals, and the most sacred building of the complex. It’s a 13-exposure composite of the statue, taken with the Nikkor 105mm/2.5 lens.
From a temple that existed before Bangkok was established. The 46 meter long Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho, Bangkok was built under the reign of Rama III in 1832.
Bangkok as seen from the roof of the famous Vertigo & Moon Bar
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The Wat Benchamabophit Dusitvanaram, also known as the Marble Temple, is one of the most beautiful temples we saw on our visit to Bangkok.
Always busy, always alive, the huge bustling city of Bangkok in Thailand.
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