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Kampong Thom Postpones Water Festival Due to the High Water Level of Steung Saen River

KAMPONG THOM: The Kampong Thom Provincial Administration has officially postponed the celebration of the Water Festival, previously scheduled for 9-10 October 2022, due to the rising water level of Steung Saen River, which has flooded some roads in Steung Saen City, Kampong Thom Province, making it impossible for boats to cross the bridge.

According to an announcement from the Kampong Thom Provincial Administration, the Water Festival will be held again when the weather is favorable.

The water level of Steung Saen river on Monday, 3 October, rose to 13.95 meters, exceeding the alert level by 0.45 meters.

On Sunday, 2 October, Kampong Thom provincial governor, Nguon Rattanak, distributed donations to 360 poor families in the Stong district who were affected by the floods. The provincial governor instructed local authorities to monitor the water situation regularly and take measures to evacuate people affected by the floods on time.

It should be noted that Oddar Meanchey province holds its Water Festival celebrations in early October. Some provinces, like Battambang, have planned to hold the Water Festival on 9-10 October this year, while Kandal has it planned for 22-23 October, and Sihanoukville plans to hold celebrations in November at the Prey Nob Reservoir , located in Prey Nob 2 village, Prey Nob commune, Prey Nob district.KAMPONG THOM: The Kampong Thom Provincial Administration has officially postponed the celebration of the Water Festival, previously scheduled for 9-10 October 2022, due to the rising water level of Steung Saen River, which has flooded some roads in Steung Saen City, Kampong Thom Province, making it impossible for boats to cross the bridge.



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