A second wave of flooding in southern Malaysia has forced more than 90,000 people to flee their homes.
More torrential rain is forecast in the state of Johor, which borders Singapore. Some 355 relief centres have been set up to shelter the unprecedented number of evacuees.
The floods have cut off several major roads, so rescue teams are using boats to reach those stranded in remote villages.
The army is working to keep as many transport routes open as possible. Here they can be seen constructing a temporary bridge over the swollen Sembrong River in Kluang.
Water and power supplies have been cut off, and there are unconfirmed reports of two deaths from leptospirosis, a water-borne disease spread through rat, dog and cattle urine.
The new floods come as many were returning home from shelters following the first round of flooding in December in which at least 17 people died.