25 October 2011
Last updated at 15:26
BBC News website readers in Thailand have been sending in their flood pictures as the waters spread to the capital, Bangkok. Luke Taylor sent the BBC this picture of a flooded street in Klong Six, Pathum Thani on Sunday 23 October.
A resident makes his way through a flooded street on his motorcycle in Klong Six, Pathum Thani, Thailand. Photo: Luke Taylor.
Children pick up debris from a flooded street in Pathum Thani. Flooding remains severe in the provinces of Pathum Thani and Ayutthaya which lie north of the capital, Bangkok. Photo: Luke Taylor.
Vehicles have to navigate water-filled streets. Here, residents get a lift on the back of an emergency vehicle in Pathum Thani. Photo: Luke Taylor.
Sandbags pile up outside a shop in Bangkok as preparations get underway to protect the capital from spreading flood water. Photo: Lindsay McColl.
Shop owners began preparations on Saturday and Sunday as flood waters crept further into the capital. Photo: Lindsay McColl.
Flooding hits China Town, Bangkok on Monday 24 October. Photo: Ari Honka.
Erik Davies took this picture of staff piling up sandbags in the Ari neighbourhood in Bangkok as the city prepared for the flood waters to rise.
Cheylene captured this image of muddy waters from the Chao Praya lapping onto a main street in northern Bangkok.
Kelly Lockridge lives in the Bang Khae district of Bangkok. She took this picture of a man wading through chest-high water.
Children play on a flooded street in the Bang Na area of Bangkok. Robin Montgomery, who took this picture said: "Until about two weeks ago, we had no idea that this flood would hit Bangkok, in hindsight though, it seems pretty obvious with the amount of water coming our way."
Flooded temple grounds near Saphan Taksin bridge, Bangkok. Photo: Ari Honka. Send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. For terms and conditions visit: bbc.co.uk/terms