Bangkog 08. November 2011

The situa­ti­on in remains very much the same as we repor­ted yes­ter­day, despi­te some addi­tio­nal in the north of the city.
Several hotels in the nort­hern sub­urbs have expe­ri­en­ced some floo­ding in the sur­roun­ding streets; howe­ver the­se hotels are not used by our cli­ents.

Alt­hough the­se nort­hern sub­urbs remain floo­ded, the cent­re of Bang­kok, whe­re the hotels, main tou­rist sites, shop­ping cen­tres and night­li­fe are­as are loca­ted, has not had any floo­ding. All ser­vices (such as power and ) con­ti­nue to ope­ra­te in the­se are­as and both the sky­train and the sub­way are ope­ra­ting as nor­mal.

Suvarn­ab­hu­mi remains open as nor­mal.  We recom­mend cli­ents to allow addi­tio­nal time at the for check in.

has clo­sed and the which nor­mal­ly ope­ra­te from this air­port, Ori­ent Thai and Nok Air, have relo­ca­ted to .

While the­re has been some floo­ding near the river at high tides, the main hotels loca­ted along the Chao  River con­ti­nue to ope­ra­te as nor­mal and the hotel shut­tle boats are now allo­wed to ope­ra­te on the river as per their usu­al sche­du­les.

We are not ope­ra­ting the Klong Tour and the din­ner crui­ses, the muse­ums and Viman­mek Man­si­on are cur­r­ent­ly clo­sed. We are moni­to­ring the other tou­rist sites and will amend iti­ne­ra­ries accord­in­gly.