Pandaria Maps – World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria

As of patch 2, there are five zone maps completed: The Jade Forest, Kun-Lai Summit, Valley of Eternal Blossoms, Valley of the Four Winds, and Krasarang Wilds. Two maps are stil “Work in Progress” (WIP): Dread Wastes and Townlong Steppes — both located on the far west of the Pandaria continent.


  • There is an isle in the Kun-Lai Summit labeled “I Need a Name”.

  • An area in the Kun-Lai Summit map is named the “Maker’s Perch”. This is indicative of a Titan outpost like those seen in Sholazar Basin (Northrend).

  • The Dread Wastes zone map is a Work in Progress. It only displays a satellite-like view of the map. However, there is a massive structure that looks organic in nature. I’d dare to guess it resembles Maw of Madness: Iso’rath (seen in Twilight Highlands). Considering the name of the zone, it suggests a strong Old god vibe.

  • Nesingwary’s Safari located in the Valley of the Four Winds.

  • Shado-Pan Monastery located at the Kun-Lai Summit

  • Stormstout Brewery located in the Valley of the Four Winds.

  • There’s a big isle on the northwestern corner of the Pandaria Continent with no name, and it doesn’t appear to be part of the Townlong Steppes. It’s purpose is unknown (new zone? Likely not. It’s one-third the size of all other Pandaria zones. It seems to be as big as Isle of Quel’danas — the Sunwell Plateau).

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