Sunday, July 1, 2012

Blank map of Singapore for download

I remember that it was quite a pain to draw a map free hand when I was trying to illustrate my study sites for my Honours thesis. Now that I have learnt a thing or two about using Geographic Information Systems, map making is much easier and recyclable if you have a base map in hand.


This is just one of my efforts to create base maps so that the effort to create future maps with data will be significantly reduced. The map was drawn using Google Earth. While I cannot guarantee that this is what Singapore’s land coverage looks like at this point of time, this is probably the most updated based on Google Earth’s satellite images.

I have uploaded a high-resolution version in JPEG so that anyone can use it for illustrations. Please use the download tab at the horizontal navigational bar to access.


Unknown said...

Wah... many thanks for sharing! :)

Ria Tan said...

Awesome! Thank you for this wonderful gift! I will most definitely need this and will let you know when I use it!

ts said...


Ria, you can just go ahead and use it. However, if you need help using GIS to make nice maps just let me know. :)

Arshad said...

Hi! Thanks for sharing this, very much appreciated! Will be using this in my report:)

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