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Searchable Map of Chinatown, Bangkok using Google Earth Data

Satellite view is showing Samphanthawong district (Chinatown) in Bangkok, Thailand.
It is Bangkok's smallest but its most densley populated district. Main streets are Yaowarat road (Yaowaraj) and Charoen Krung road, in south east there is Bangkok Railway Station Hua Lamphong.

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Tuesday-November-21  13:23  
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Google Earth: Searchable map/satellite view showing Samphanthawong district better known as Chinatown, Bangkok

13°43′53″N 100°30′51″E
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