Tags : Inundation

News

Several historical sites in Central Thailand inundated

BANGKOK, 24 September 2013 (NNT) – The Fine Arts Department reports that many historical sites in the central region have been submerged, with six other sites still at risk of flooding. Director-General of the Fine Arts Department Anek Sihamart said a number of historical sites in the central provinces, most of them temples and pagodas, […]Read More

Pattaya

Pattaya Soaked By Flooding From Recent Rains

The monsoon season apparently is ending with a bang and not a whimper, as recent heavy rains briefly flooded Pattaya’s low-lying areas. Stretches of main streets were inundated with water, causing traffic jams. Floodwater also seeped into homes and businesses. Read more: Pattayadailynews.comRead More

News

Five provinces of Thailand inundated

Key provinces in the Central region are now battling floods, according to the Royal Irrigation Department. Phitsanulok: About 42,300 rai of farmland in Phrom Phiram, Muang Phitsanulok and Bang Rakam districts were now inundated. The floodwater level was also continuing to rise in Phrom Phiram. Read more: The Nation By The NationRead More

South

Thailand southern provinces remain inundated

RANONG, June 9 – Thailand’s southern provinces remain under floodwater due to continued heavy downpour, with residents in some high risk areas advised to evacuate due to possible landslides. In Ranong, the road connecting La-un and Thung Tako districts was cut off after heavy rains overnight. The road was an important route for transporting agricultural […]Read More

South

Phatthalung under 60-70 cm of water due to heavy rain

PHATTHALUNG, 3 January 2012 (NNT) – Heavy rain in Phatthalung Municipality has caused all roads in the area to be submerged under 60-70 cm. of water, while also flooding households. After more than 4 hours of heavy rain, plus the recent water level in the area, Phatthalung was hit with a flash flood even though […]Read More

Bangkok

Remaining water no threat to Bangkok

There are still about 8 billion cubic metres of floodwater to the north of Bangkok, but the city itself is safe from any fresh inundation, water management adviser to the Flood Relief Operations Command (Froc) Anond Snidvongs said on Wednesday. He would consult with the strategic committee on a national water resources management system on […]Read More

Bangkok

Angry flood victims stage multiple protests in Bangkok

Frustrated flood victims – many of whose homes have been under water for a month now – staged no fewer than four protests yesterday to demand more action be taken to tackle inundation in their areas. A group of residents of the Setthakij housing estate off Phetkasem Road in western Bangkok rallied and called for […]Read More