Sarasin Bridge Phuket, Thailand
Sarasin Bridge Phuket is the first bridge built that linked Phuket Island to the mainland of Phang Nga Province. This bridge was officially opened in 1967 by the honour of Pote Sarasin, a former 9th prime minister of Thailand. The length of Sarasin Bridge is 700 metres long, it connects the island of Phuket with the mainland at Tha Noon in Phang Nga province, recently carrying all of the northbound traffic leaving Phuket. In 2011, after the completion of the Srisoonthorn Bridge, Sarasin Bridge was pedestrianised and a view tower constructed. The bridge is a popular spot for fishing and locals often stop here for a photo on this famous spot, particularly at sunset.
Environment of the Sarasin Bridge Phuket was stunning, is a nice place for photographing. In the morning, standing above the view tower, gentle breeze cover face comfortably. Before sunrise, foggy weather surrounding the coastline with its stark natural beauty. Sunlight pierces mist to light up a brand new day. Scarce visitor here, it’s as far away from city bustle, but as a traveller can wish to be.
Veteran visitors mostly was the fishing admirer, ample of fish make them immerse with it. But I wish to encampment here for the sunrise, that’s the passion of the photographer. Fly in the ointment, the first visit didn’t get any nice photo.
Sunset of Sarasin Bridge
Seductive landscape and gorgeous coastline make me visit again. Before evening is a good timing for prepare sunset photographing. I was casual rambles to find out the perfect angle for the nightfall, it has an unexpectedly close encounter with natural painting.
The sunsets are spectacular, stunning view will leave you mesmerised from the minute you lay eyes on it. I’m emphasis place at the Golden Hours, which is after sunset, the views it offers are astonishing, different in every minute. Camera aloft with a dip in seductive natural. Photographer, if you keen to the sunset, it’s a perfect choice for you.
I’m planning the next visit will the milky way shooting, the darkness here enough for star blinking. It’s as far away from prosperous metropolis, so the avid explorer has much to discover. And I hope it will be safe to visit at night time.
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