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Bangkok, Thailand

latitude: 13.75, longitude: 100.517
Browse map of Bangkok 13°45′00.00″ N, 100°31′01.20″ E
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Bangkok is a city in Thailand at latitude 13°45′00.00″ North, longitude 100°31′01.20″ East.


Colour and symbol legend

The status of each map region is indicated by a symbol, which describes the type of feature, and a colour, which indicates the completeness of that feature in a map region.


The status is displayed using a template Template:State

progress - 1/2/3/4/NA

Meaning of symbols

  • State Labelled.svg - Street names are labelled. This means that the map can be used to find an address - Key: l
  • State Housenumbers.svg - All housenumbers are present - Key: h
  • State Foot.svg - All footways are present - Key: fo
  • State Wheelchair.svg - All wheelchair access is present - Key: d
  • State Bike.svg - All cycleways, and field and forest roads suitable for bicycles are present - Key: b
  • State Car.svg - Roads for car traffic are present. One way streets and pedestrian streets are present. This means that the map can be used for car navigation - Key: c
  • State Transport.svg - All public transports are present (including name of the bus stop/station names) - Key: tr
    • State Stop.svg - All stop/station/harbour names are present - Key: ha
    • State Bus.svg - All bus lines are present (including name of the bus stop names) - Key: bu
    • State Trolleybus.svg - All trolley/guided bus lines are present (including name of the station names) - Key: ty
    • State Tram.svg - All tram lines are present (including name of the tram station names) - Key: tm
    • State Train.svg - All fast railway lines transports are present (including name of the train station names) - Key: tn
      • State U-Bahn.svg - All U-Bahn (subway in Germany) lines are present (including name of the station names) - Key: u
      • State S-Bahn.svg - All S-Bahn (regional commuter train in Germany) lines are present (including name of the station names) - Key: s
      • State Steamtrain.svg - All steam railway lines transports are present (including name of the train station names) - Key: st
    • State Ship.svg - All ship lines are present (including name of the harbour station names) - Key: sh
  • State Public.svg - All public institutions are present (Churches, sports facilities, venues, schools, hospitals, city hall) - Key: p
    • State emergency.svg - All emergency services (hospitals...) are present - Key: em
  • State Fuel.svg - All petrol stations are present - Key: fu
  • State Restaurant.svg - All restaurants and hotels are present - Key: r
  • State Tourist.svg - All tourist attractions are present - Key: t
  • State Nature.svg - All natural resources are mapped (e.g Water, Lakes and Woodland) - Key: n

Meaning of colours

Background colour Meaning Use for navigation To do value
State .svg The map needs checking, status unknown Availability unknown Please check (None)
State 0.svg The map contains no or little data Not to be used Please complete 0
State 1.svg The map contains partial data Limited usability Please complete 1
State 2.svg The map is largely complete (please describe missing data) Use with restrictions Please complete (missing data, streets etc.) 2
State 3.svg The map is complete (in the opinion of a mapper) Suitable for use Please check and correct any errors 3
State 4.svg The map is complete (verified by 2 mappers) ; please indicate Date when checked) Suitable for use Please update as needed 4
State X.svg This attribute does not exist in the mapped area (e.g. no petrol stations) Suitable for use Please update as needed X
The English translation is Editable here.
Community District Status Remarks mapped/checked by
Bangkok Inner City - Phra Nakhon Car (2/4)Labelled (1/4)
Bangkok Bang Kapi
Bangkok Bang Kholaem
Bangkok Bangkok Noi
Bangkok Bangkok Yai
Bangkok Bang Na
Bangkok Bang Phlad
Bangkok Bangrak
Bangkok Bung Kum
Bangkok Chatuchak
Bangkok Din Daeng
Bangkok Dusit
Bangkok Huai Kwang Car (1/4)
Bangkok Khlong San
Bangkok Khlong Toei Car (1/4)Labelled (1/4) mostly mapped by potlatch using Yahoo Aerial Imagery Ben VdA
Bangkok Lad Krabang
Bangkok Phatumwan
Bangkok Phasi Charoen
Bangkok Phaya Thai
Bangkok Phra Khanong
Bangkok Pom Prap Sattru Phai
Bangkok Prawet
Bangkok Ratcha Thewi
Bangkok Saphan Sung
Bangkok Sathon Car (1/4)Labelled (0/4)
Bangkok Suan Luang
Bangkok Taling Chan
Bangkok Thonburi
Bangkok Wang Thong Lai
Bangkok Watthana Car (2/4)Labelled (2/4) mostly mapped by potlatch using Yahoo Aerial Imagery Ben VdA
Bangkok Yannawa


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  • Rivers: ...

Neighbourhood cities

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OSM conventions

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Railway and Mass Transportation Systems


A lot of work has to be done to streamline the data already existing in downtown Bangkok. Look at the conventions on the WikiProject_Thailand main page and discuss any suggestions for highway tags

In downtown Bangkok, I have started to change some of the primary roads near the Palace and the Chao Praya River into secondary and tertiary, to unclog the aspect of the city, before we define the conventions--Ben VdA 23:08, 4 August 2008 (UTC)

There are many missing residential roads around the city, especially on the west and south sides.

Layers are a lot of fun to map in Bangkok. Enjoy, and beware the intersections and overlaps!

Hint, Google Earth provides a usually good resolution to double-check accurately how lanes overlap, but nothing beats a site visit



No bus lines nor bus-stops have been mapped yet.

If somebody has a list of each bus line, please include it in the page so we can share the workload line-by-line

A list of bus lines and details of each line are available from BMTA Travel in Bangkok & transitBangkok.


  • BBBike @ Bangkok - a cycle route planner for กรุงเทพมหานคร

Rental Cars

If on a vacation to Thailand, as a traveller there are two priorities – Stay and Transportation. You can book your hotels while taking a holiday package, but when it comes to trasportation you have to think twice.

The transportation system of Thailand is quite sound but your preference completely depends upon the type of traveller you are. If you are going with kids and a lot of stuff then hiring a car in thailand from local car rental companies is the best option.

You can only think of public transportation if you are a solo traveller, otherwise its going to be a hassle.