Tag Archive: Mekong

2014 – A dry rainy season in Cambodia and South East Asia?

Predicted Water Levels of the Mekong River for the Week of October 13 – 18, 2014. For all stations falling water levels. Water levels estimated for the Port of PhnomPenh (Tonle Sap). Read… Continue reading

Photo for Monday, September 22, 2014.

Rain over Chaktomuk, Phnom Penh.

Phnom Penh – Two new Mekong bridges planned.

The Cambodian Council of Ministers announced two new bridges spanning across the Mekong River in the eastern and southeastern outskirts of the Khmer capital. One will be connecting the Chroy Changvar peninsula to… Continue reading

Photo for Tuesday, 5th August

Monsoon Skies over Chaktomuk, Phnom Penh.

Photo for Monday, June 30th

Sisowath Quay with Tonle Sap, Phnom Penh

Stormy Mekong Morning.

Floods in Cambodia: Over 100 dead, more than 20,000 families displaced.

The Cambodian Red Cross gets criticized over its slow response to floods. At least 104 people have died in the Khmer Kingdom in recent floods caused by heavy rains and overflowing Mekong river. Floods… Continue reading

Cambodia flooding early October 2013 – A Picture Gallery.

With a special thank to Roger Valkenborghs, Siem Reap. FB-Video-clip: http://fb.com/worldsharekh Update October 7, 2013. . Cambodia: Floods claim 39 lives; Crops, hundreds of schools damaged. The death toll from flooding across the… Continue reading

Flooding in Cambodia – Pics of the day.

Mekong River Flooding Threatens Parts Of Phnom Penh The death toll caused by severe flooding along the Mekong River increased by eight, bringing the total number of deaths over the past two weeks… Continue reading

Underperforming New Phnom Penh Autonomous Port?

Shallow draft, lack of rail connectivity, uneasy relations with Vietnam, and the general slowdown may leave the new Phnom Penh Autonomous Port (aka LM 17), Cambodia’s brand new $28-million container terminal near Phnom… Continue reading