Tags : Pasak

Bangkok

Eastern Bangkok floods ‘inevitable’

The most affected province in Thailand from floods is Ayutthaya as it has two rivers, Chao Phraya and Pasak joining together, according to the Irrigation Department in a live TV telecast. At the moment, Ayutthaya experiences huge amount of water upto 8,000 million cubic metres volume. This huge water is bearing down to Rangsit, Pathum […]Read More

North

Flooding in Ayutthaya could worsen as more rains are expected

AYUTTHAYA, 13 August 2011 (NNT) – It has been speculated that if the water levels in Bhumibol and Sirikit dams will exceed their capacity, and the water will have to be relieved into the rivers downstream which could eventually exacerbate the flooding in Ayutthaya province. According to Mr. Maitri Pitinanon, Director of the Ayutthaya Royal […]Read More

North

Villagers protect historical sites in Ayutthaya Province

BANGKOK, 26 October 2010 (NNT) – Villagers in Pompetchetch community, in the province of Ayutthaya, are speeding up the building of sandbag water barriers as the water level in the area has risen to nearly 1 meter deep. They are also geared up to prevent a historical site from being ruined. Several ancient sites in […]Read More