Heavy rainfall occurs in the rainy season from September to the end of each year in Thailand. Last month, floods occurred in 33 provinces in the north, northeast, and central regions, which flooded 226 counties and 8,220 villages, causing 334,000 families to be affected and 14 people to be killed. After the floods in many disaster areas, they flow to the sea along the Chao Phraya River. Therefore, once there is a flood in the upper reaches of the Chao Phraya River, people in Bangkok who are located in the lower reaches and at the estuary are particularly nervous. Bangkok has suffered from floods of different severity many times since October. The picture shows a citizen living on the Chao Phraya River in Bangla, Bangkok. Last weekend, he took advantage of the sunny weather to go home, pack up and put it on a boat, and prepare to temporarily move to other safe places.