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    The flooding situation in Thailand is mainly affecting the central provinces along the Chao Phraya River just north of, and including, Bangkok. Other popular tourist destinations in the central region including Pattaya, Hua Hin, Kanchanaburi and Ko Chang have not been affected by the floods. Tourist destinations in the south of Thailand including Phuket, Krabi, Surat Thani, Ko Samui, Hat Yai and Phang-Nga; and in the north including Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai and Sukhothai, also have not been affected by the floods.

    Flood waters in Ayutthaya and some other central provinces have begun to subside, although many areas are not yet fully accessible. Tourist attractions in Ayutthaya will reopen once they have been restored.

    In some areas, tourists may find that there are occasional shortages of consumer products that are in high demand such as local brands of water and locally-bottled beer. These products are replenished periodically. Imported products including beer and bottled water are widely available.

    As some parts of Highway 35, a major road to the south also known as Rama II Road, may be affected by the flood waters draining to the west of the city, the Transport Ministry is preparing alternate routes between Bangkok and the southern provinces.

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    This is good information. Thank you for sharing.

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    Bangkok’s flood-defense efforts are focused on the Chao Phraya river, whose banks are lined with luxury hotels including the Peninsula, the Shangri-La and the Oriental, as well as the Bank of Thailand.
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    in July 2011 floods of Thailand, everything was ruined. the area of northern, northeastern and central Thailand were severely affected. according to an estimate there was approx 14 billion dollars of loss. but i think that this haven't affected tourism much. the country is still hot favorite of many travelers.

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    Bangkok’s flood-defense efforts are focused on the Chao Phraya river, whose banks are lined with luxury hotels including the Peninsula, the Shangri-La and the Oriental, as well as the Bank of Thailand.
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    Flooding is a natural part of Nature but when It comes ! it always destroy all humans or humanities. Flooding, the natural disaster & its really dangerous for humanities


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    Your information is best for Flooding in Thailand.

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    I read about this flood in a news blog. Millions affected by floods in Thailand. Dozens of people killed as more than 30 provinces are hit by three weeks of heavy monsoon flooding.

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