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Enjoy the drive! :o

*** If you have any good street maps of towns and cities, in this area, please post them here without comments.

Thanks

udon

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Thanks for that mate, i got the ones the other day as well and i bougt a big fold out and a a4 size road map, but i am still guessing on how long it will take from Surin to Korat :o

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Best fold up map I've seen so far is the one from Thinknet

MapMagic CD + Large Paper Map

[bilingual Version]

Road Map of Thailand 2005-2006

299 Baht

*

2nd best would be Michelin map # 965

New number is # 751

The road atlas is # 165 with a slightly better scale.

Surin to Khorat: Not long :o

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Thank you for the map post . I think you should " pin it " :o

Done, as you were typing :D

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Thank you for the map post . I think you should " pin it " :D

Done, as you were typing :D

Good job mate. Looking at the map its not as far as i thought. I have been loking at so many places over the last couple of days, i was confusing Khon Kaen with Khorat....... bloody idiot i am :o Surin to Khorat, piece of wee wee :D

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Best fold up map I've seen so far is the one from Thinknet

MapMagic CD + Large Paper Map

[bilingual Version]

Road Map of Thailand 2005-2006

299 Baht

It is one of the best Thai road maps I have seen. Even has my little village identified. For detailed city maps try the www.udonmap.com web site.

edit: see post #7

udon

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Surin & The Farang Connection :o

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Updated and cleaned up the map
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It took me years to find decent maps of Thailand and then by luck while in Roi Et I chanced upon an A4 book: Thailand Road Atlas Volume 4. It covers all the country and has 76 city street maps plus a distance chart, inter city routes, a comprehensive list of cities and villages. The scales are 1:1,000,000 for the area maps and 1:15,000 for the street maps. The country is broken up into 4 distinct areas making it easy to use too. It is in English, and very well made. The ISBN number is 974-921-1-8 and is published by Lotus Image Advertising www.lotusimage.com. The cost is astronomical, just 350 baht! In England I guess it would be nearer £35.

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Thanks for that link. :o

Unfortunately their map page doesn't work but the atlas one does.

The scales under a million are worth checking out.

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Re post #12:

Yes, that Atlas is the best buy that I have found in several years of looking for decent maps here.

The full ISBN is 974-92158-1-8

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Does anyone know if it is possible to get big scale maps of local areas here?

Presumably the highways departments and the 'amphoe' officers must have them, but will they sell copies and who does one ask?

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