I am pleased to provide you with an update with regard to the flooding in Thailand, as this may be of assistance for your planned forthcoming visit to Thailand.
Over the last two weeks, there has been no rain at all in the Bangkok area and the flood waters are receding in most of the affected areas of Thailand’s central provinces as well as several suburban districts of greater Bangkok. In fact, central Bangkok has never been affected at all and almost all of the key tourist destinations and attractions throughout Thailand were not affected and are operating as normal.
Suvarnabhumi Airport, the main international gateway to Thailand remains fully operational and is protected by a 23-km three meter high dyke and has remained fully accessible by the elevated Airport Express Train service as well as the main highway into the city. All domestic flights between Suvarnabhumi Airport and other airports in Thailand are operating as normal. Most train services have been resumed with some delays due to rerouting. Most provinces were not affected and clean up operations are underway in Ayutthaya, the World Heritage site, which will then re-open.
Within central Bangkok, businesses, restaurants, shops and tourist attractions are open as normal. The BTS skytrain, MRT subway, taxis and tuk tuks are all available as per normal.
I am therefore very confident that your future stay in Bangkok will be enjoyable and rewarding as ever. Moreover, in the very unlikely scenario of the city being affected we have taken extra measures to protect our basement area and have brought in extra supplies of food and water. Indeed, the safety of our guests is of highest priority and should there be any change to the situation, we will certainly advise. However, I am confident that our guests will be safe during their stay as life in Bangkok will continue to return to normal.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit . Should you have further enquiries, please email me at email@example.com or check the www.thailandtourismupdate.com