Dengue fever is the fastest spreading communicable disease in the world. The virus has been increasing its geographic reach, partly due to increased urbanization and partly due to climate change. From the viewpoint of human movement, population density the most suspected factor in spreading, but some results nowadays show that the relationship between population density and dengue fever is unclear. This paper presents a new approach in measuring human involvement by modelling contagious places. The proposed system includes (1) statistical analysis about correlations between contagious places and Dengue fever cases, (2) a multi-layer weighting method for determining the weight of each cell (3) a ranking and classification method for places' human-mingling, and (4) building a risk-map of contagious places as a control method in Dengue spreading. The result is new dimension to measure vulnerability of land use concerning with pattern of human moving. Our new approach is advantageous for effecting monitoring in change of public facilities, in comparison to the approach based on the population density, It is more useful in urban planning due to priority in evacuation, and control dengue based on places that attract people.