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As Thailand continues to count the cost of the ongoing floods, Bangkok is preparing for what experts warn could be the worst flooding the city has seen in decades, with waters from the flooded central plains continuing to rush in.
Though most of the country's tourist attractions are unaffected by the current crisis, the ancient Thai capital Ayuttaya has been badly hit. Thousands of people have been forced to leave their homes, factories have closed and the city's ancient sites are now flooded.
Have your travel plans been affected by the current floods? CNNGo wants to hear how you are dealing with the crisis and what you've seen. If you live in Thailand, tell us what measures you're taking to protect your home.
Photo: Rising water levels on the Chao Phraya River and city canals have left many restaurants, shops and homes flooded. (Pongpat Patumsuwon/CNNGo)