Top: Novice monks paddle Thursday around Bangkok’s Wat Lat Phrao.
Here’s how Thailand looked this past week, as a world of watery hurt strafed the nation, the junta turned three years old and a bomb ripped through a hospital waiting room. Find more on our
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Half-submerged motorcyclists cut through a flooded road Thursday in Bangkok’s Lat Phrao district. Read: Flooded Areas Across Bangkok After Last Night’s Big Storm (Photos)
An army bomb squad officer arrives at Phramongkutklao Hospital Monday morning. Read: Experts Dismiss Deep South Link to Hospital Bomb
Chonticha Jangrew of the Democracy Restoration Group holds a cake with other pro-democracy activists to mark the third anniversary of the 2014 coup on Monday at Thammasat University’s Tha Pra Chan campus. Read: Junta Allows Panel on Coup – Bans Words ‘Junta’ or ‘Coup’
Keang Sopha Waterfall on Thursday reached a thundering cascade in Phitsanulok . The rainy season brings the best season for viewing – but not swimming – such waterfalls. Read: Monsoon Brings Spectacular but Dangerous Falls to National Park
A swimming centipede found in Thailand was named among the year’s top discoveries Saturday by a New York university. Photo: Chulalongkorn University
Marine officials on Monday recover the remains of a five-meter disc coral stolen from Koh Wiang in the Gulf of Thailand. Read: Task Force Weighed After 1,000-Year-Old Coral Stolen From Gulf Island
Artists paint a sculpture of Vishnu for the funeral pyre, or meru, of Rama IX on Monday at the government Fine Arts Department in Bangkok.
Cars brave a roiling soi Thursday in the Lat Phrao district of Bangkok.
Floods trap a customer at a 7-Eleven on Thursday in Nakhon Phanom province.
Litters from Khlong Bang Bua overflows Thursday into Bangkok’s Bang Khen district. Read: Monsoon Now: Prepare to Get Wet
Photo Phriday: A Wet and Difficult Week
Photo Phriday: Floods and Falls