Thailand added 23 cities (including Phattalung, Satun and Trang, a total of 8 cities in Phattalung, 2 cities in Songkhla, 6 cities in Trang and 7 cities in Satun), Malaysia added 1 city (Langkawi Island), Singapore added 4 cities. (Pasir Rhys, Punggol, Sembawang and Yishun), a total of 28 cities.
Currently, there are already 4 countries on the map of Southeast Asia (Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore) and 93 cities.
The scale of the map includes the west coast of the Malay Peninsula (including Langkawi Island), Singapore, most of Songkhla Province in southern Thailand, part of Trang Province, Phattalung Province, and all of Satun Province.
This map can be used in combination with Mods Promods, JRR, Rusmap, MAPA EAA, Southern Region, Kazakhstan, Sibir, Road To Asia and other maps.
Can be combined with map mods, including Road to Asia, Rusmap, MAPA EAA, Promods.
All DLC and version 1.48 are required for use.
– 6 countries;
– 102 cities;
– Songkhla province in the south of Thailand;
– West coast of the Malaysia and Singapore Peninsula;
– You can combine with modes of cards, including Road to Asia, Rusmap, Mapa EAA, Promods.
New Country: Philippines
New 10 cities
Fixed road issues codes in Malaysia and Singapore (problems with JRR)
Flags and emblems have been added at the crossroads of some Malaysian states
A border checkpoint has been added at Smatan in Sarawak
Re-added the file and changed the file name (renamed dlc indo to Southeast Asia 02)
National flags have been added in Johor, as well as in Malaysia, Johor, Thailand, Singapore, Myanmar and Vietnam for companies, vacation spots, bus stops, etc.
Some street signs have been changed in Thailand
Stupa added in Myanmar, Thailand (new model)
Eliminates time zone issues and increases the number of time zones and time differences
In all countries with left-hand traffic, the position of the steering wheel Ai, Quick Mission shifts from left to right
All small toll booths have been replaced
Updated for ETS2 1.48
Two new countries were added: Vietnam and Timor-Leste
Added new cities: Condao, Vietnam and other temporarily undeveloped cities (including Timor-Leste, Malaysia and Thailand)
Changed street lighting in Thailand
The distance to the street lamp is reduced
Add a Singapore Dockyard
Changed signs at some state interchanges on some Malaysian highways
Changed street signs in Thailand
Signs were added to the port at the airport
Changed some roads (reduced the number of turns)
– adjusted the slope of the overpass in the part of Thailand;
– added ocean waves in the coastal regions of South Thailand and South Myanmar;
– added a cargo yard to the hut q;
– changed the location of the port of the port cala aging;
– adjusted the Thai-Malaysian border;
– changed some yards;
– Some road signs in the south of Thailand and the north of Malaysia were raised.
Fixed error with navigation
The invisible wall was removed on the interchange of Penang
Added four cities in the trange, Thailand
The fence on the Thai-Malaysian border is strengthened
Added a route from Singapore to Jakarta
The next version of the map of Southeast Asia will be: Kraby province, Phangonga Province, Phuket Province, Samutprancan Province and Bangkok City
Fixed problems with navigation refractory
Bus stops in some cities of Malaysia have been added.
Some geographical names in traditional Chinese have been changed.
Added IKEA company in three cities
Border markers of districts in Thailand have been added.
A total of 97 cities and 4 countries.
-Fixed the problem of aligning
-Promods with Southeast Asia (personally checked to make sure there are no problems)
-Temporarily removed roads and cities that have not yet been done
-Fixed the problem of water leakage on the bridge deck. Rebuilt Kedah, Perlis, southern Songkhla.
-Added 4 cities in Malaysia (Johor:Endau, Mersing, Sarawak: Sematan and Lundu) Compress more than a dozen files into two files (download and place the main file at the top)
-2 new Sarawak districts have been added to the Southeast Asia map on the current basis.
-Improved localization of all geographical names (added remaining languages).
-The localization of geographical names (Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Georgian, Greek, Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Serbian, Macedonian) in Krabi, Thailand, Perak, Kedah, Malaysia Kelantan, Terengganu, the capital Pahang in Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak in East Malaysia, Tawai in Myanmar, the Philippines and Papua New Guinea added several new cities.
-Fixed translation errors of some Greek geographical names and other minor updates.