Skip to content
From November 1 to December 14, Thailand has recorded the highest number of "hot spots" compared to neighboring countries.

From November 1 to December 14, Thailand has recorded the highest number of "hot spots" compared to neighboring countries.

The Geoinformatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA) documented 3,960 cases of fires and smoke during this period, surpassing figures in Myanmar (3,172), Vietnam (2,329), Cambodia (990), and Laos (676).

From November 1 to December 14, Thailand has recorded the highest number of "hot spots" compared to neighboring countries.

Just yesterday, Thailand registered 102 hot spots, with 82 identified in agricultural areas and 6 in national park reserve zones. The highest number was reported in the provinces of Uttaradit (11), Roi Et (9), and Kalasin (8).

From November 1 to December 14, Thailand has recorded the highest number of "hot spots" compared to neighboring countries.

Previous article A photo of two foreigners sunbathing on the grounds of a Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai has sparked outrage among locals.
Next article Pita Limjaroenrat has resigned from the position of leader of the "Move Forward" party.

Leave a comment

Comments must be approved before appearing

* Required fields