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Satun hit by third and most severe bout of flooding

Satun, south Thailand - Satun province has been hit by its third and most severe wave of flooding this year with residents put on...

Floods claim 11 lives in South

As floods continued to wreck havoc to the southern provinces with more heavy rains today, the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation said so...

Floods remain critical in several downstream provinces in Central Region

Floods in several central provinces along five major rivers of Ping, Wang, Yom, Nan and Chao Phraya are getting worse today as several dams...

Floods remain a concern in the North

Although the flood situation in several provinces in the North improved on Saturday, there is still concern in some areas as the heavy seasonal...

Floods hit several provinces

The Royal Irrigation Department has warned downstream areas to prepare for flooding, which has struck several provinces. Floods have reportedly inundated a number of districts...

Thailand’s upper region continues to experience flooding

Authorities in the North and North East of Thailand have been monitoring the flood situation around the clock as continuous rainfall threatens to flood...

Tourists evacuated from flood hit resorts in Pai district

Many foreign tourists and local villagers in Pai district of Mae Hong Son province were evacuated to higher ground by rescue workers after the...

Pattaya once again grinds to a halt due to poor drainage

At 15:00 on February the 16th Pattaya once again was pelted with heavy showers of rain for about two hours which caused the roads...

Three hours of rain causes floods, landslides in Pattaya

Three hours of rain April 11 again wreaked havoc in Pattaya, especially for places with little or no active drainage. Sukhumvit Road near Nong...

Waterlogged Soi Wat Boon hit again by floods

So Wat Boon residents may not be able to predict the weather, but they can predict that when it does rain, their South Pattaya...

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