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___ Searchable Map and Satellite view of Bangkok (Krung Thep Maha Nakhon; in Thai: กรุงเทพมหานคร)

Bangkok, Silom area and  business district
Bangkok, Silom area with BTS (Skytrain) Silom line, the city's elevated rapid transit system. The city is getting more and more Manhattanized, more and more skyscrapers and high-rised buildings dominate the cityscape.

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Searchable map/satellite view of Bangkok using Google Earth Data

Searchable map showing Bangkok, largest city and the national capital of Thailand, on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, north of the Gulf of Thailand.
Bangkok has a population of official 8.3 million inhabitants (2010 census), an estimated 10 million people live in Bangkok's metropolitan area.
Bangkok is the cultural and political center of the coumtry and the seat of the Kingdom of Thailand. Official language is Thai; English in use but proficiency is low.

Just zoom in (+) to see the Grand Palace, built in 1782. and until mid-20th century the official residence of the King of Thailand. In the north-eastern corner of the complex there is Wat Phra Keo, the Chapel Royal of the Emerald Buddha, the most sacred Buddhist temple (wat) in Thailand.

The Map shows a city map of Bangkok with expressways, main roads and streets, Don Muang, Bangkok's "Old" International Airport (IATA code: DMK) in north- northeast and the "new" Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok's international airport (IATA code: BKK) in east.

To find a location use the form below. To see just the map click on the "Map" Button.
 

To find a location type: street or place, city (also in ไทย), optional: state, country.
Local Time Bangkok:
Thursday-July-31  08:18  
UTC/GMT +7 hours
 
Google Earth: Searchable map/satellite view of Bangkok, Thailand.
 
City Coordinates: 13°45′8″N 100°29′38″E
φ Latitude, λ Longitude (of Map center):

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Political Map of Thailand
Region Map of Thailand

Thailand Country Profile
History of Thailand
Thailand in numbers
Thailand statistical key figures.


Continent:
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External Links:
Bangkok (official web site)

The Grand Palace website

Suvarnabhumi International Airport

Wikipedia: Bangkok
 
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