Map of Burma and IndiaBurma and India Map
Myanmar map and satellite pictures
Myanmar Borderlands: Where' s Burma? Burmese information: Myanmar is in Southeast Asia. Myanmar borders the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea, Bangladesh and India to the Northeast, China, Thailand and Laos to the Orient. Discover Burma with Google Earth: GooglEarth is a free application from Google that lets you discover satellites of Burma's towns and countryside in amazing detail.
GooglEarth is free and user-friendly. Myanmar on a world map: Myanmar is one of nearly 200 lands shown on our Blaue Oceans Laminated Map of the World. These include national borders, large towns, large mountains in shadowed reliefs, sea levels in shades of blues and many other characteristics.
It is a great map for college and high school and office use, and wherever a beautiful map of the globe is needed for educational, exhibition or decorative purposes. Myanmar on a large map of Asia: So if you are interested in Burma and Asian geographics, our large laminate map of Asia might be just right for you.
It' a great Asian map of politics that also shows many of the continent's natural characteristics in colour or shadowed emboss. Important seas, streams, cities, streets, land borders, coasts and nearby isles are shown on the map. Myanmar cities: Myanmar locations: Myanmar Natural Resources: Burma's metals assets comprise stannous, anti-mony, zinc, cupper, wolfram and asbestos.
Further sources are oil, wood, charcoal, marmoreal, lime, precious stones, methane and hydro. Myanmar dangers: Myanmar is exposed to periodical drought, but floods and mudslides during the wet seasons (June to September) are high. Further dangers for the land are devastating seismic events and hurricanes. Myanmar environmental problems: Burma in Southeast Asia has suffered heavy levels of contamination of air, land and sea.
A further problem for Burma is the environment. It is a satelite map created with Landsat information from NASA and is based on information licenced and copyrighted by Map Resources © 2008.