Top: Residents wade in thigh-high floodwaters Wednesday in Uttaradit province.

Here’s how Thailand looked this week, as floodwaters rose and gravity felled ceilings, trees and even people. Find more on our Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

People take commemorative photos with a background of Rama IX on Thursday at the Faculty of Social Administration at Tha Prachan campus of Thammasat University. Photos can be taken there free of charge from 9am until 4pm, Friday through Oct. 19.


Decha Sae-yong, 32, climbs up on electricity wires Friday morning in Phuket before rescue officials coaxed him down from jumping.



Soldiers guard a school Tuesday in Pattani province, the first day of classes for many schools in the Deep South.


The suicide note of Santi Koomhoikan, 35, a contractor from Nakhon Si Thammarat. Santi shot himself in his car and was found Friday morning. According to police investigations, relatives said Santi suffered from severe depression. “I’m sorry for making you sad, mom and dad. P’Tor, the car is with P’First. P’Sak, sorry. Kluay, buddy, I’m sorry,” reads the note.


Junta chairman Prayuth Chan-ocha tries a VR headset Monday at Government House.


Pieces of fallen ceiling on Wednesday afternoon lie scattered across the ground floor of CentralPlaza Pinklao, where the the ceiling fell and injured three people. Read: Police Weigh Charges After Falling Ceiling at Central Pinklao Injures 3


Officials inspect a pile of counterfeit products Thursday in Songkhla.


An official removes a fallen tree Wednesday near Wat Lat Pla Khao in Nakhon Pathom province. The tree fell and injured a 13-year-old girl waiting for the bus nearby.


Flooded streets Tuesday in Chonburi province.


Cars and motorcycles drive through floodwaters Friday in Kalasin province.




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