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Cheers.

I have been trying to find a map of Krabi 1:10,000 or at worst , 1:15,000

Similar the the UK's Ordnance Survey maps , showing contours.

Do you know of a source? (Folding maps) :o

Honestly, I would love a god countour map! But it's no wery to be find!

If somevone find, please let me now!!!!!!

/claes

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If you could track down the Royal Thai Survey Department it might help. :o

Title Thailand 1:50,000 / Prepared by Royal Thai Survey Department.

Author Thailand. Krom Phnthi Thahan.

Alternate Title Series L7017S.

Map Data Scale 1:50,000

Edition Ed. 1-RTSD

Place/Publisher Bangkok : Royal Thai Survey Dept.,

Date 1994-

Description maps : col. ; 55 x 53 cm., folded to 21 x 13 cm.

Notes Relief shown by contours (20 meter intervals) and spot heights.

Text and place names in Thai script and English.

Standard map series designation: L7017S.

Sheets named and numbered.

Subject Headings Thailand -- Maps, Topographic.

Electronic Access Index map: http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/EART/maps/thailand50k.jpg

Location(s): Earth Sci G8025 s50.R7 Case D

Library has: 357 sheets (1990-1994) + Index map

Note: See Index map for coverage

Source: http://sunsite5.berkeley.edu:8000/WebZ/Aut...earchframe.html

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If you could track down the Royal Thai Survey Department it might help. :o

Title Thailand 1:50,000 / Prepared by Royal Thai Survey Department.

Author Thailand. Krom Phnthi Thahan.

Alternate Title Series L7017S.

Map Data Scale 1:50,000

Edition Ed. 1-RTSD

Place/Publisher Bangkok : Royal Thai Survey Dept.,

Date 1994-

Description maps : col. ; 55 x 53 cm., folded to 21 x 13 cm.

Notes Relief shown by contours (20 meter intervals) and spot heights.

Text and place names in Thai script and English.

Standard map series designation: L7017S.

Sheets named and numbered.

Subject Headings Thailand -- Maps, Topographic.

Electronic Access Index map: http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/EART/maps/thailand50k.jpg

Location(s): Earth Sci G8025 s50.R7 Case D

Library has: 357 sheets (1990-1994) + Index map

Note: See Index map for coverage

Source: http://sunsite5.berkeley.edu:8000/WebZ/Aut...earchframe.html

Ok!

I'll ckecked these sites out!

I'll try to get in conection with the survey office!

Or somewhere whery they sell there maps!

Thanks for the tips!

/sunem

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Maps look good. Should contact the local Amphure's and get contracts for all. Chumphon could use one I think. Can never find the roads on the map that I am driving on it that area. Got spoiled in canada with the maps they have there.

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Maps look good. Should contact the local Amphure's and get contracts for all. Chumphon could use one I think. Can never find the roads on the map that I am driving on it that area. Got spoiled in canada with the maps they have there.

Ehee??

What's "the local Amphure's" ??? :o

Chumphon is a town somwhere, right?

The plans for the future is that in november I go up to Pattaya and do a map there!

In december I will wisit KhoSamui for two maps. Maybee HuaHin as well!

Glad You liked the maps!

/sunem

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Nice maps. Thanks.

A couple of changes you could make which I've spotted as a 'local'.

Just off South Pattaya Road its the Tuesday Friday Market - both days.

Also it's the Day Night Hotel, not Night Day. Some call it the Night Night or Check Out Hotel because of a couple of deaths there last year :o

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Hi, the best maps I ever saw came from the Thai Navy offices near Tha Chang in Bangkok. Can't remember the address but I could try to find out if you like?

Udon I tried to PM you but your mail box is full!!!! I don't mind people saying that I have TB - it's better that more awareness is raised about this disease!!!!! Will be back soon.

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Hi, the best maps I ever saw came from the Thai Navy offices near Tha Chang in Bangkok. Can't remember the address but I could try to find out if you like?

Udon I tried to PM you but your mail box is full!!!! I don't mind people saying that I have TB - it's better that more awareness is raised about this disease!!!!! Will be back soon.

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