Google Maps is a web mapping service application and technology provided by Google. Google Maps provides high-resolution satellite images for
most urban areas, including Ayutthaya, using the Mercator projection. Although Google uses the word satellite, most of the high-resolution imagery is
aerial photography taken from airplanes. The Google maps here under have been adapted with our data on the former temples/ruins and historical
sites of Ayutthaya.
The Geo-Spatial Digital Archive for Southeast Asia is a project is led by Colonel Dr Surat Lerlum, Program Head, Computer Science Program
at the Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy of Thailand. The objective is to produce a demonstration system of online Geo-Spatial Data
Services, which the user can search and access through various methods: text search, geo-location search, and meta-data search. The digital archive
consists of satellite images, World War II historical aerial photography (for example the Williams-Hunt collection) and historical maps. Here under
you will find a link to a map of Ayutthaya in the 1940s.
Ayutthaya Historical Research created a number of interactive historical maps regarding the City of Ayutthaya and the Chao Phraya River. The
interactive city maps indicate the positions of old Buddhist monasteries and other ancient structures in and around Ayutthaya. The interactive Chao
Phraya River maps indicates the locations of important villages, towns and other structures along the river existing in the Ayutthayan era.