Thailand $29.95

Rated 3.75 out of 5 based on 32 customer ratings
(32 customer reviews)



GPS Map of Thailand

This GPS map will give you turn by turn directions to your destination using a POI (point of interest), city point and/or latitude and longitude with the ability to preplan driving destinations before getting into your car. Includes thousands of POI’s such as hotels, restaurants, fuel stations, and more. The easy to follow instructions allow you to download and install the map into Garmin Basecamp desktop software and transfer it to your Garmin GPS in minutes. Compatible with ALL Garmin GPS units. Don’t pay more than US$10 per day when you already own a Garmin; this is the most comprehensive GPS map available at such an affordable price!
* Map updates require previous purchase and installation of map.

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32 reviews for Thailand

Yenfry Nieves
I bought the Thailand map and it didn't work at all. The GPS showed me a blue car and empty map and not direction was received neither. You should return mu money.
July 12, 2019
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emiel cornelis
Map Thailandnvery disapointing. Using it on the Zumo it often gave wrong indciations and irrational routes.

Sorry, but never again
December 18, 2017
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Robert Flowers
A scamnThis GPS map isn't worth buying. We had to rent a GPS on location for 200.00$ since no Streets or route would appear on the screen of the GPS. Completely useless.
February 15, 2016
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stephen archer
Map V 1.5nReference comment on 25th August I wish I had looked at it before buying this load of rubbish. This map has less information than the Garmin map I bought in 2009. Don't waist your money buying this pay the extra and get the proper Garmin version. I do live on a B road near the rail road and I seem to be going over country and the new link on the 7 straight into Pattaya is not even in it and that's been open for 2 years now!!! ADMIN NOTE: We are constantly updating the map and adding new information - updates come about every 8 weeks. Send feedback to for a free update.
September 19, 2012
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Julian Hustwitt
Thailand GPS map V 1.5nAppalling! I have asked for my money back. Travel like a local? Do me a favour. Most local roads are not shown at all and those that are are not named including major highways and motorways. The area east of the railway line through Pattaya (not featured although the station is) is almost totally blank. The area is heavilly developed and has been for 30 years or so.

Locally produced maps or even a cursory glance at Google maps will show just how sadly deficient the coverage is.

What is worse is that there is no way of stopping the payment before finding out just how bad the product is.

Don't buy it. The locally produced maps are 100% better even though they are not wholly up to date.

ADMIN NOTE: The map is constantly being updated. Send constructive feedback for free updates.
August 25, 2012
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robert fisher
downloading and installing the map was much too difficult.
March 05, 2018
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Bernard Wright
You get what you pay for.nThe maps leave a lot to the imagination, route numbers, street names and missing roads. While driving on a major highway the GPS displays only "Driving on Road." I don't a GPS to tell me that. The Garmin Southeast Asia map is worth the extra money but if on a budget and need a Thailand map this might be work for you.

January 11, 2013
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No identification of most highway road numbersnJust used the map for a drive from Chiang Mai to eastern Phitsanulok, via back-road shortcuts off Highway 11.

Map accuracy was good, but disappointingly lacked all the 3- and 4-digit route numbers for excellent, paved roads well-marked by highway department signs and paper maps. Even Google maps on my phone shows these numbers.

So when turning onto a sign-numbered road, my GPS advises "In 200 meters turn right onto 'road'.". 99.999 per cent of all the streets in this map are known only as "road".

This is unacceptable.

It may be unrealistic to expect every tiny, named lane and soi with a visible street sign to be named in the map's database.

But for $30, I expect to hear the voice and see on the GPS screen all the numbers that the Thai government takes the time to mark with clear signs, and to put on its maps. This way I can confirm that I am taking the correct turns.

How about a free update for purchasers of this product once you have added all these numbers? ADMIN NOTE: Yes - free updates are given for constructive feedback - This map is scheduled to be updated beginning of Oct 2012.
September 19, 2012
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Henry Scheyvens
Thailand mapnWorks well but please continue to add more roads in rural areas.
May 17, 2013
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serge seymour
ThailandnIt is too early to tell you about the Map so far all I can say that it was very hard for me to download it from you to my GPS. I am quite computer literate and as a Coast Guard Captain I have used GPS's on boats. Now I am going to re-read the instructions and try.

Thank you,

Serge Seymour

July 20, 2012
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