State and divisional boundaries of Myanmar (Burma) showing the capital cities in each region.
Map of the Japanese Empire at its peak in 1942.
Mon state, Myanmar political party districts.
Mong Hsat, Wa State showing Wa resettlement areas under United Wa State Army (UWSA) - an ethnic minority army formed after the collapse of the armed wing of the Communist Party of Burma.
Myanmar states, state capitals and rivers with colour relief - A3.
Myanmar with BW hillshading, states/regions, main rivers - new names.
Myanmar (Burma) showing bordering countries and internal states/regions (old spellings).
Burma with single tone high-country shading or BW relief, old and new names.
Myanmar (Burma) and the border areas with western Thailand.
Smuggling routes and border tax gates (2004)
Goods and routes being smuggled in and out of Burma and types of people doing the smuggling (2004).
States and regions of Myanmar (Burma) using early Burmese names.
Southeast Asian countries.
Myanmar showing the 2010 People's Assembly Electoral boundaries (includes state/region, district, township and constituency borders).
Myanmar state/region and district boundaries with district names, 2012.
Myanmar showing state/division borders, capitals and names and main rivers - 2012.
PNG versions of the base map can be downloaded with or without elevation shading.
People's Assembly 2010 electoral boundaries showing states and constituency borders.
Eastern states of Myanmar showing main border towns.
Myanmar 2012 with states, rivers and major regional towns in neighbouring countries.
Myanmar/Burma states and regions with capital cities, 2012.
Myanmar with location inset, states and regions.
Myanmar showing states and divisions, with location inset.
Groups (KIA etc) and their HQ in Shan.
Approximate borders of Shan principalities, Myanmar.
Northern, southern and eastern Shan state.
Shan state rebel positions.
Shan state rebel areas, 1967.
Mon Refugee camps in Thailand, 1990 - 1996.
The Thai-Burma railway built using Allied POW's and Asian labourers (romusha) during 1942-43. The 415km railway ran from Thanbyuzayat in Burma (now Myanmar) to Nong Pladuk in Thailand.