AH2

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This article is about the highway in Asia. For the abbreviation AH2 used in biochemical reactions, see electron acceptor.
Asian Highway 2
Major junctions
East end: Denpasar, Indonesia
West end: Khosravi, Iran
Location
Countries: Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Iran
Highway system
Asian Highway Network

Asian Highway 2 (AH2) is a road in the Asian Highway Network running 13,177 kilometres (8,188 mi) from Denpasar, Indonesia to Merak and Singapore to Khosravi, Iran. The route is as follows:

Indonesia[edit]

Highway in Java, Indonesia the main parts of AH2

DenpasarSurabayaSurakartaSemarangCikampek (— Bandung) — JakartaMerak

Toll road system of Indonesia parts of AH2:

Bridges parts of AH2:

Singapore[edit]

(Abbreviation: PIE; Malay: Lebuhraya Rentas Pulau; Chinese: 泛岛高速公路; Tamil: தீவு விரைவுச்சாலை)

(Abbreviation: BKE; Malay: Lebuhraya Bukit Timah; Chinese: 武吉知马高速公路; Tamil: புக்கிட் தீமா விரைவுச்சாலை)

Malaysia[edit]

Along North–South Expressway Northern Route(Abbreviation: NSE; Malay: PLUS Utara; Chinese: 南北大道北干线) near Ipoh, Perak.
South section of North–south Expressway, facing towards Kuala Lumpur, near Ayer Keroh, Malacca

Thailand[edit]

Asian Highway 2 sign near Ratchaburi, Thailand

Myanmar[edit]

India (North East)[edit]

Bangladesh[edit]

India (East )[edit]

Nepal[edit]

India (West)[edit]

Pakistan[edit]

Iran[edit]

Iraq[edit]

References[edit]

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