Accessibility links

Thailand Grapples With Worst Flooding in 50 Years

VOA presents images of some of the country's hardest hit areas.

Show more

An evacuee clutches a stuffed animal after arriving at the Thon Buri bridge Sunday evening. Her house was flooded for days when it rose suddenly to one meter two days ago, Bangkok, October 31, 2011. (VOA)
1

An evacuee clutches a stuffed animal after arriving at the Thon Buri bridge Sunday evening. Her house was flooded for days when it rose suddenly to one meter two days ago, Bangkok, October 31, 2011. (VOA)

A resident evacuates flooded Bang Phlat, walking along the street near the boat and oarsman of the Royal Barge Museum's topiaries, Bangkok, October 31, 2011. (VOA)
2

A resident evacuates flooded Bang Phlat, walking along the street near the boat and oarsman of the Royal Barge Museum's topiaries, Bangkok, October 31, 2011. (VOA)

Two evacuees at a bridge in Bang Phlat are unsure how much the water has risen over the weekend, and are returning to check on their personal possessions, Bangkok, October 31, 2011. (VOA)
3

Two evacuees at a bridge in Bang Phlat are unsure how much the water has risen over the weekend, and are returning to check on their personal possessions, Bangkok, October 31, 2011. (VOA)

Residents parked their cars on flyovers to keep them safe during a flood in a neighborhood in Bang Phlat, a district on the western shore of Bangkok's Chao Phraya river, October 31, 2011. (VOA)
4

Residents parked their cars on flyovers to keep them safe during a flood in a neighborhood in Bang Phlat, a district on the western shore of Bangkok's Chao Phraya river, October 31, 2011. (VOA)

Load more

XS
SM
MD
LG