National Highway 4 (Myanmar)

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National Highway 4 is an important west–east flowing highway of central Burma. It connects the town of Meiktila in the Mandalay Region to Tachileik in Shan State in the east on the border with Thailand ( where it meets Thailand Route 1 ). The highway begins near Meiktila at 20°52′22″N 95°52′59″E / 20.87278°N 95.88306°E / 20.87278; 95.88306 where it is linked by the National Highway 1 coming from the south and at Hopong it meets the National Highway 5 which goes south at 20°48′2″N 97°10′25″E / 20.80056°N 97.17361°E / 20.80056; 97.17361.

National Highway 4
အမျိုးသားအဝေးပြေး 4
The Road to Shan State.jpg
Route information
Part of AH2
Major junctions
West endMeiktila
East endTachileik
Major citiesThazi, Kalaw, Taunggyi, Kengtung
Highway system

The highway ends at Tachileik at 20°26′40″N 99°52′50″E / 20.44444°N 99.88056°E / 20.44444; 99.88056.