Flooding in Sukothai? In Bangkok now hoping to leave tomorrow.
29th May, 2011
Does anyone know what the situation in Sukothai is now? I have been looking online and found some notes about flooding in August, but nothing more recent.
Also, does anyone recommend a bus for getting there? I'm to understand the trains are still down for the count?
Im at my hotel and I was hoping to check out and be on my way tomorrow. Is this possible?
#1 Posted: 26/10/2011 - 14:52
29th May, 2011
Nevermind. I didn't realize how dire the situation was. I'm in Chinatown and half the people are boarding up, while half are acting like nothings wrong. I've talked to 3 sets of westerners who couldn't care less about the whole thing.
I think I'll follow the wind of caution here and head straight for Chiang Mai...
#2 Posted: 26/10/2011 - 19:17
21st October, 2006
Total reviews: 4
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minor flooding does occur every rainy season in areas near the river/certain canals in BKK. that's why some BKK residents don't think that they should worry too much, & it can be hard to drive home the message to some (esp older relatives) that things are on a much larger scale this time round.
where else in Thailand do you plan to visit apart from Sukhothai? could work out an itinerary from Chiangmai or even Chiangrai (if BKK > CNX flights/buses are full).
#3 Posted: 26/10/2011 - 20:14
21st April, 2006
Total reviews: 15
At least 113
The Google Maps Thailand Flooding map shows that Sukhothai was flooded. If it's still in bad shape you might try Si Satchanalai. It's further north and, according to the map above, out of the flood zone. The ruins are much better, as well.
#4 Posted: 26/10/2011 - 20:46
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