Tags : Tropical Storm Pabuk


Cell Phone Operators Resolving Network Disruptions

BANGKOK, Jan 5 (TNA) – Three major cell phone operators in Thailand are now resolving their network disruptions following the impact of tropical storm ‘Pabuk’. The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) on Friday urgently invited the three operators including Advanced Info Services Public Co., Ltd. (AIS), True and the DTAC for discussions on Friday […]Read More


1 Dead, Thousands Evacuated as Storm Pabuk Batters South

BANGKOK — Tropical storm Pabuk is expected to weaken to a tropical depression before reaching Surat Thani province later tonight as the eye made landfall in Nakhon Si Thammarat province, the national forecasters announced Friday afternoon. Evacuations were ordered and services suspended today as the storm pounding the nation’s south claimed its first reported victim. […]Read More


Bangkok Airways cancels Koh Samui flights this Friday

Bangkok Airways has cancelled all flights to and from Samui airport on Friday, citing passengers’ safety, as tropical storm Pabuk moves towards the southern region. The airline said on Thursday it decided to suspend the service on Friday in the face of expected gusty winds and heavy rain in the Gulf of Thailand brought by […]Read More


Pabuk storm forces airlines to halt flights

THAILAND, 3th January 2019, (NNT) – According to the latest report, tropical storm Pabuk (ปาบึก) is fast approaching the southern region of Thailand, bringing heavy rain and dangerous waves in the gulf. An oil drilling platform in the Gulf of Thailand is already being battered by the storm. In another area, Lomprayah (ลมพระยา) Company, a […]Read More


Storm Pabuk Prompts Evacuations in Southern Thailand

SONGKHLA, Jan 3 (TNA) – Southern provinces of Thailand order evacuations and other disaster mitigation measures as Tropical Storm Pabuk is forecast to make a landfall on the coastal areas on Friday. The latest report by the Meteorological Department says at 4.00 p.m. local time on Thursday Pabuk was moving toward the Gulf of Thailand, […]Read More