An entire street perpendicular to the Chao Praya River at the border between Nonthaburi and Bangkok is completely flooded. Residents were forced to build a thin concrete walkway placed on top of oil drums in order to walk to their homes. Some residents (like the muslim women in the boat) are forced to row to their house. The walkway is nearly 1/2 mile long.
Wat Khema Phirataram (Wat means "Temple" in Thai) has been flooded for some time now and is now closed.
Water begins to fill a road in the busy district of Bang Po in Bangkok forcing it to close and traffic to be diverted. Thai military are quick to the scene to maintain order in the area
A few kilometers from the Bangkok border (Nonthaburi is essentially a district of Bangkok and there is no distinguishable difference between the areas), in Muang Nonthaburi (Muang means "downtown" or "main" in Thai), the Rama V bridge, which crosses the Chao Praya river is closed to 4-wheeled vehicles. The neighborhoods of Bang Yai and Bang Bua Thong which are on the other side of the bridge have been submerged for days and cars cannot traverse these areas.
All photos were taken on October 29, 2011.