Photography is a hobby that has taken the world by storm, especially since Facebook opened up to the general public in 2006, now millions of people all over the world fancy themselves as would be writers, poets, artists and especially amateur photographers. With photographic travel becoming a worldwide phenomenon.
Photographic travel takes you to exotic places to take wonderful photographs of exotic and often very famous subjects and wonders of the world as well as some extremely wonderful wildlife and wild animals and certainly beats taking a photograph of your evening dinner to upload to a social network site.
Thailand is the perfect destination for photographic travel, it is a country that is drenched in colour and exotic architecture as well some of the most beautiful beaches and national parks that Southeast Asia has to offer, from Temples to Tigers and even Tiger Temples, the Kingdom of Thailand has it all.
If you are into taking photographs of architecture then look no further than Bangkok. Thailand’s capital city is a mixture of ancient temples, massive modern sky scrapers and futuristic shopping malls as well as some amazing wooden Thai style houses in the very heart of this massive metropolis. Modern architecture photographers will delight in Bangkok’s futuristic townscape where they can spend hours taking photographs of buildings like the Bayoke 2 Sky Hotel, once the world’s tallest hotel and for those that are into taking photographs of ancient buildings then temples such as Wat Arun and the Grand Palace as well as Wat Pho are a photographers dream come true.
At Tiger Temple Thailand we offer guided private tours which are ideal for photographic travelers giving you plenty of time to take some amazing photographs and our expert tour guides share their knowledge with you so that you can add a detailed narration to your photographic travel blog or Facebook page.
For amateur and professional photographers who are interested in taking photos of nature then the beautiful province of Kanchanaburi just two and a half hours from Bangkok is well worth a visit. Kanchanaburi is a great place to take photographs of beautiful scenery such as mountains and waterfalls as well as some of the most historic sights of World War 2 such as the trestle bridge of the Wang Po viaduct, Burma-Siam railway, Hellfire Pass and the infamous Bridge over the River Kwai.
If taking photos of wild animals is what you are into the Tiger Temple in the vicinity of the Tiger Island projects is a wildlife sanctuary like no other. Here you can take photographs of monkeys, deer and other wild animals but most people come to this photographic travel destination to take intimate photos of the wild tigers that live there under protection of the Buddhist monks of Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua.
Our private tours to Kanchanaburi are tailor made and can be changed to suit the travelers who are out to take that perfect shot making your tours to Bangkok and Kanchanaburi into a great photographic tour or expedition.