Garmin City Navigator NT China MicroSD/SD Card

Garmin City Navigator NT China MicroSD/SD Card


The Garmin City Navigator NT China MicroSD/SD Card makes it simple to find the nearest restaurants, attractions, or sporting venues, and much more.


  • PinYin-English Language
  • Full Country Coverage With Complete Intertown Road Network
  • Street Level Detail And Point Of Interests For More Than 980 Cities, Including Beijing, Shenyang, Shanghai, Tianjin, Qinhuangdao, And Qingdao
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Are you planning to visit Beijing this summer? Do you wish you had a personal guide? The Garmin City Navigator China NT 2008 map is what you need. Simply insert this microSD™/SD™ card into your compatible Garmin unit*, then you will be able to navigate in China like a local. Garmin makes it simple for you to find the nearest restaurants, attractions or sporting venues, then return to your hotel at the end of the day.

With almost seven million points of interest, including sport venues, restaurants, hotels, airports, train stations and much more, the Garmin City Navigator China NT add-on card is essential for your August holidays in China. Don't forget to bring it with you along with your passport, airplane ticket and, of course, your Garmin device!

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  • With nearly seven million POIs, including sport venues, restaurants, hotels, airports, train stations and much more
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