SamScene3D overhauls Bangkok’s landscape with over 1500 landmarks
SamScene3D has released a new landmark pack for MSFS, this time covering a large part of the city of Bangkok, in Thailand. This new scenery add-on enhances the megacity with over 1500 landmarks, offering a more immersive experience for those who fly in and out of this bustling urban landscape in Southeast Asia.
Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand and is known for its vibrant culture, beautiful temples, and bustling streets. It is a popular tourist destination, attracting millions of visitors each year. Bangkok is also home to two major airports, Suvarnabhumi Airport and Don Mueang International Airport, which connect the city to other parts of the world.
The Bangkok Mega City landmark pack for MSFS offers over 1500 iconic buildings and landmarks all over the city. It includes over 1200 buildings, 100 Buddha temples, and several bridges, statues, monuments, towers, and more. The pack also includes many buildings with landable helipads on the roof, which adds another level of excitement to helicopter pilots in the simulator
SamScene3D says that most objects have been optimized with different LOD models, which should improve performance for users whenever flying with Bangkok in sight. At night, simmers will see a beautifully illuminated city thanks to the inclusion of night lighting effects.
The Bangkok Mega City landmark pack for MSFS is also compatible with other Bangkok airport add-ons such as Double T’s rendition of Suvarnabhumi Airport.
With this latest scenery pack from SamScene3D, simmers can now experience the bustling city of Bangkok in all its glory, whether they’re flying over the city or landing at one of its airports. The developer has covered a few other cities with great success, such as Toronto, Vancouver, or Beijing, so it’s great to see this idea reaching other cities that have otherwise been neglected by the default scenery.
SamScene3D Bangkok Mega City is out now via Orbx Direct, priced at around $17 | €16.
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