Asian Highway 2 (AH2) is a road in the Asian Highway Network running 13,107 kilometres (8,144 mi) from Denpasar, Indonesia to Merak and Singapore to Khosravi, Iran. The route is connected to M10 of the Arab Mashreq International Road Network. The route is as follows:

Asian Highway 2 shield
Asian Highway 2
Major junctions
East endDenpasar, Indonesia
West endKhosravi, Iran
Location
CountriesIndonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Iran
Highway system
Asian Highway Network
AH1 AH3

IndonesiaEdit

 
Highway in Java, Indonesia the main parts of AH2

Indonesian National Routes:
  National Route 4 (Bali Island) DenpasarJembrana Regency
  National Route 1 (Java Island) Banyuwangi Regency - Panarukan - Situbondo (Bondowoso) - Probolinggo - Sidoarjo - Surabaya - LamonganTubanRembang - Pati - Kudus - Demak - Semarang - Kendal - Batang - Pekalongan - Pemalang - Tegal - Brebes - Cirebon - Indramayu - Pamanukan (Subang) — CikampekKarawang - Bekasi - JakartaTangerang - Serang - Cilegon - Merak
  National Route 20 (Java Island) SemarangSurakarta
  National Route 10 (Java Island) CikampekBandung

Toll roads:

Ferry:

SingaporeEdit

  • Telok Blangah Road: Harbour Front — Kampong Bahru Road
  • Kampong Bahru Road: Telok Blangah Road — Lower Delta Road
  • Lower Delta Road: Kampong Bahru Road — Ganges Avenue
  • Delta Road: Ganges Avenue — Zion Road
  • Hoot Kiam Road/Irwell Bank Road: River Valley Road — Paterson Hill
  • Paterson Hill/Paterson Road/Scotts Road: Grange Road — Stevens Road
  • Stevens Road: Scotts Road — PIE
  •   Pan Island Expressway: Stevens Road — BKE
  •   Bukit Timah Expressway: PIE — Woodlands
  • Johor–Singapore Causeway

MalaysiaEdit

 
AH2 signage at the Penang section of the North-South Expressway northbound towards Thailand.
 
South section of North–South Expressway, facing towards Kuala Lumpur, near Ayer Keroh, Malacca

ThailandEdit

 
Asian Highway 2 sign near Ratchaburi, Thailand

MyanmarEdit

 
National Highway (NH4) pass through Kengtung

India (Northeast)Edit

BangladeshEdit

India (East)Edit

NepalEdit

India (North)Edit

PakistanEdit

IranEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Regional Road Connectivity Regional Road Connectivity Bangladesh Perspective" (PDF). RHD. Archived from the original (PDF) on February 19, 2017. Retrieved February 19, 2017.
  2. ^ "Asian Highway Route Map" (PDF). ESCAP. Retrieved February 19, 2017.