AH2


AH2

The AH2 (AHN-AH|2) is a road in the Asian Highway Network running 8230 miles (13,177km) from Denpasar, Indonesia to Khosravi, Iran. The route is as follows:

Indonesia

Denpasar — Surabaya — Surakarta — Semarang — Cikampek (— Bandung) — Jakarta (— Merak)

"See also:"
* Jakarta-Merak Toll Road
* Jakarta-Cikampek Toll Road
* Cipularang Toll Road
* Padaleunyi Toll Road

ingapore

Singapore

"See also:
* Bukit Timah Expressway
* Johor Causeway"

Malaysia

Johor Bahru — Senai Utara — Seremban — Kuala Lumpur — Butterworth — Bukit Kayu Hitam

"See also:
* North-South Expressway
* New Klang Valley Expressway
* Kuala Lumpur Middle Ring Road 1
* Jalan Duta-Segambut Highway
* Kuala Lumpur-Seremban Expressway
* Skudai Highway
* Malaysia Federal Route 1
* Johor Causeway"

Thailand

Thailand National Route 4 from Sa Dao to Phatthalung, then Route 41 to Chumphon, then Route 4 to Bangkok, then Route 338/Route 9 to Bang Pa-in, overlap with AH1 to Tak, then Route 1 to Mae Sai.

Sa Dao — Hat Yai — Bangkok — Bang Pa-in — Nakhon Sawan — Tak — Chiang Rai — Mae Sai

Myanmar

AH 2 uses Route 4 to Meiktila, then overlaps AH1 to Tamu

Tachilek — Keng Tung — Meiktila — Mandalay — Tamu

India

Moreh — Imphal — Kohima — Dimapur — Nagaon — Jorabat (— Guwahati) — Shillong — Dawki

Bangladesh

Tamabil — Sylhet — Katchpur — Dhaka — Hatikamrul — Banglabandha

India

Siliguri

Nepal

Kakarbhitta — Pathlaiya — Narayangarh — Kohalpur — Mahendranagar — Bramhadev Mandi

India

Banbasa — Rampur — New Delhi — Attari — Wagah

Pakistan

Wagah — Lahore — Multan — Rohri — Quetta — Taftan

Iran

Mirjaveh — Zahedan — Kerman — Anar — Yazd — Salafchegan — Tehran — Saveh — Hamadan — Khosravi


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