The following points should be paid attention to when escaping:
Far away from the coast
Don't go anywhere near the beach or enter any building
near the beach. Even if you see a very small tsunami,
leave immediately. That's because the tsunami's waves
keep getting bigger and hitting the coast, so the next
big wave may be coming. Usually, if you see a huge wave,
you're too close to the tsunami and it's too late to
escape. But anyway, you have to try to escape.
Run inland to higher altitudes
Run inland as far as possible, stay as far away from
the shoreline as possible. If you have limited time or
are in danger, choose tall, strong buildings and climb
as high as possible, preferably to the roof. Reinforced
high-rise buildings such as hotels on the coast are a
safe place to escape from a tsunami. Do not choose low-rise
houses or buildings materials without tsunami-resistant.
While island chains, shallow coasts and mangroves can disperse
and weaken a tsunami, they cannot withstand very strong waves.
Climb onto a strong tree
If you're trapped, and you can't implement all these options,
look for a sturdy, tall tree and climb as high as you can.
There is of course a risk that the tree will be destroyed by
the tsunami, but this is the only way to survive if all else
Catch floating objects
If you get caught in the water, hold onto objects such as
life buoying, door panels, tree trunks, fishing equipment, etc.
Steer the boat towards the open sea
If you are on board when the tsunami hit, don't drive the boat
back to the harbour, try to open the boat to the open sea as
much as possible. Stay for hours until accurate information
is available. Tsunamis can continue to hit the coast for hours,
so the danger won't pass quickly. Unless you get definite
information from the emergency service, you should not return
Keep in touch with the outside world
If there is a radio in your place of refuge, turn it on and
keep up with the latest information, keep in touch with the
outside world at all times. Don't believe rumors.