Phu Soi Dao National Park temporarily closed to visitors

Phu Soi Dao National Park in Uttaradit province has been temporarily closed, effective today (Monday), for the safety of visitors due to the risks of possible flash flood and mud…

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Rain forecast for most parts on Saturday

Most of Thailand, including Bangkok and its peripherals, are forecast to see rain, with isolated heavy downpours today (Saturday) and overnight, due to the moderate south-westerly monsoon prevailing over the…

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Thailand’s north and north-east warned of summer storms next week

People living in northern and north-eastern provinces are being advised to brace for summer storms from Monday through Wednesday, due to the onset of a moderate cold front from China….

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Thailand’s Ko Kradan voted best beach on World Beach Guide site

Ko (island) Kradan in the Andaman Sea, off Thailand’s southern province of Trang, has been voted the best of the Top 100 beaches on Earth 2023 by the World Beach…

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7 people rescued from the sea after their vessel capsizes in Andaman Sea

Three tourists and four crew members from a speed boat were safely rescued today (Saturday), after their vessel capsized near Ma Island in the Andaman Sea. Responding to a distress…

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Tourism returns to the Andaman Sea islands

Crystal clear turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, corals and rich marine life have become the charms of most islands in the Andaman Sea, after they were closed to tourists during…

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Thai Cabinet approves ฿6.6bn for two new bridges in the South

The Thai cabinet approved 6.6 billion baht on Tuesday for the construction of two bridges, over Songkhla Lake to link Krasae Sin district with Khao Chaison district of Phatthalung, and…

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Limited impacts expected on Thailand from three tropical depressions and a cyclone

Three tropical depressions detected in the South China Sea and a cyclone in the Andaman Sea will have limited impacts on Thailand, according to Chawalit Chantararat, an expert from the…

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Pipeline leak in Myanmar forces partial suspension of natural gas supply to Thailand

Supply of natural gas to Thailand, from Myanmar’s Zawtika field in the Andaman Sea, has been suspended after a leak was found in the overland pipeline. There has been no…

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Heavy rains forecast for most of Thailand July 9-14

Heavy to very heavy rain is forecast for most of Thailand, from Saturday until next Thursday, which may trigger flash floods and overflows in some areas, the Meteorological Department warned…

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Rough conditions in Gulf of Thailand and Andaman Sea for next 36 hours

Thailand’s Meteorological Department has warned fishermen and sailors to be aware of rough conditions in the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand today (Sunday) and tomorrow. The Met Office…

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Vietnamese man on solo voyage to India rescued by Thai fishermen

A Vietnamese man, on a solo voyage in an inflatable dinghy from Phuket across the Indian Ocean to search for his Indian wife in Mumbai, whom he has not seen…

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All provinces in Thailand told to brace for tropical storm “Lion Rock”

The Thai Ministry of Interior has ordered all provincial governors to be prepared for heavy rain from tropical storm “Lion Rock”, which is forecast to make landfall in northern Vietnam…

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A Rohingya refugee boy runs at Kutupalong camp in Ukhia, Bangladesh last week.

Severe weather warning as Cyclone Amphan heads toward Bangladesh

Packed with winds measuring 195kph, Cyclone Amphan is moving through the upper part of the Bay of Bengal towards Bangladesh at a speed of 10kph. This will bring heavy rain…

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Depression warning today until Thursday

The Meteorological Department issued a depression warning today, forecasting increased rain and isolated heavy showers plus strong winds in northeastern Thailand tomorrow and Thursday. In its second announcement, issued at…

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Tour boats, small fishing boats in Phang-nga told to stay ashore

Operators of tour boats and small fishing boats in the southern coastal province of Phang-nga have been told to stay ashore because of rough seas and high waves as a…

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Stormy sea prompts swimming ban at Phang-nga beaches

Red flags and no-swimming signs have been put up in front of hotels and resorts along the beaches in Takua Pa district of Phang-nga province on the Andaman Sea coast…

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Tropical storm “Son-tinh” brings more rain to upper Thailand

The upper part of Thailand will have more rain and isolated heavy to very heavy rain during July 18-21 as Tropical Storm “Son-tinh,” which is moving in the westerly direction…

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15 provinces warned of heavy rain, high waves during July 7-12

People in 15 provinces along the coasts of the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand should remain on high alert for possible high waves, inshore surges, heavy rain and…

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