This is a folded, card covered map which is double sided (folded 250mm x 120mm, flat 990mm x 680mm) with 1:60,000 and 1:3,200,000 map scales of Myanmar's new administrative capital city Nay Pyi Taw and of the whole country. The map is also an information sheet, heavily illustrated with colour photographs and paragraphs of text describing key areas of the city and Myanmar (also known as Burma). The map is full of information to help travellers and business visitors understand Myanmar's new city and get the most out of a visit.
Caroline Courtauld is a writer, published photographer, and documentary film producer and researcher. Her publications include books on Burma, Hong Kong and China. From 1992 to 1997 she worked with Jonathan Dimbleby and Francis Gerard on a BBC documentary project about Hong Kong in the period up to its transfer of sovereignty to China. Her involvement in a television documentary on the history of Hong Kong led to another book, The Hong Kong Story, which was published by Oxford University Press in June 1997.