Typhoons Nalgae and Nesat have devastated the Philippines , China and Thailand , killing hundreds of people and severely affecting millions of locals.

Typhoon Nalgae wreaked havoc on Luzon island of the Philippines for six hours on Oct. 1, imposing more difficulties on more than 1 million local people who were badly affected by typhoon Nesat five days earlier.

Philippine authorities reported that typhoon Nalgae killed one person, while Nesat claimed at least 52 lives, affecting 2.4 million people, of whom almost 500,000 were made homeless.

In China , typhoon Nesat continued to ravage in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in southwestern China on Oct. 2, two days after making landfall on the southernmost island province of Hainan .

Nesat, the strongest typhoon that has hit the region since 2005, battered 24 counties in Guangxi, including the regional capital Nanning , forcing the evacuation of 132,200 people and badly impacting on more than 2 million locals.

The regional administration estimated that typhoon Nesat caused losses of 1.4 billion yuan (219 million US dollars), as thousands of houses were toppled, and 257,900 hectares of farmland were damaged.

In Thailand , over 200 houses in northern Lampang province's Ko Kah district were submerged under flood waters early Oct. 2 morning after heavy rains going on generating water runoff from a nearby hill.

The Thai Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department announced on Oct. 2 that the death toll from the nationwide flooding which had begun since July 25 now stood at 206.

A total of 150 districts in 23 provinces in northern, central, eastern and western regions are still under flood waters, affecting more than 1.8 million people./.