Subject to Photograph in Thailand: The Macaque Monkeys

Monkeys are a lot of fun, and they are so photogenic it’s ridiculous. In Thailand, you will most likely run into a few macaques, so be ready with your camera — they’re such a great subject to photograph. Just don’t get too close them as they can be aggressive, which is why you should use a camera with a bit longer focal length lens. Below are a few shots of macaques I’ve taken in Phuket and Krabi.

Two macaques on a scooter up at Monkey Hill in Phuket Town.

Take Awesome Travel Photos with a GoPro Camera

GoPro is the most popular action camera on the market. The earlier versions were used mainly for shooting HD videos, but the newer camera models let you shoot high-resolution photos that fully utilize the camera’s wide angle lens — ideal for landscape and cityscape shots. The wide lens is also great for shooting in tight spaces (like a tent or a car), first-person shots and selfies. Be creative! Here are some pictures I have been taking in Thailand with my GoPro HERO4 Black.


Top 10 Photo Spots in Krabi

Krabi has become one of the most popular destinations in Thailand both among holidaying Thais and tourists. From beaches and scenic islands to rivers and lakes; here are 10 photo opportunities that you can’t miss during your stay in Krabi.

1. Nong Thale Lake

If you’re ever in Krabi, you have to see the sunrise at Nong Thale Lake. It will make you go WOW! My wife and I took wedding photos here in April when the red flowers fall from the trees.