Heavy rain wreck havoc in several southern provinces

Officials of Tarnbokekoranee national park in Krabi have declared Tarnbokekoranee waterfall off-limits to all visitors for their safety after upstream water level has risen sharply due to heavy rain. Meanwhile in nearby Phang-nga province, workers and their heavy machines worked throughout the night on Saturday to repair a road descending from Khao Sok in Tambon Rommanee, Kapong district, which was heavily damaged by rain water in an attempt to reopen the road to traffic. Attempt to build a detour route to reopen road travel between Kapong district of Phang-nga and Panom district of Surat Thani failed because of land subsidence. Officials mulled switching to the installation of Baring bridge as a temporary measure to reopen the route to traffic. Heavy rain compounded by high tide inundated Khao Lak and Ban Bangniang in Takua Pa district on Sunday. The road was also swamped making it difficult for vehicles to pass through... If you wish to read this full breaking news headline article, Heavy rain wreck havoc in several southern provinces, simply click on 'Read full story' below, but 1st please give 'Phuket Hotel Deals' a 'LIKE' or 'SHARE' before you visit 'Thai PBS NETWORK'. Thank you Heavy rain wreck havoc in several southern provinces


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