G8511 Kunming–Mohan Expressway

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China Expwy G8511 sign with name.svg

Kunming–Mohan Expressway


Kunmo Expressway
Route information
Auxiliary route of G85
Part of
Major junctions
North end: China Expwy G78 sign with name.png G78 Shantou–Kunming Expressway and China Expwy G80 sign with name.png G80 Guangzhou–Kunming Expressway, Kunming, Yunnan
South end: Mohan, Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan (when complete)
Kokudou 213(China).svg China National Highway 213 and Xiaomo Highway (to Kokudou 214(China).svg China National Highway 214), Jinghong, Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan (current)
Highway system
G85 G91
Kunming-Mohan Expressway
Traditional Chinese 崑明—磨憨高速公路
Simplified Chinese 昆明—磨憨高速公路
Kunmo Expressway
Traditional Chinese 崑磨高速公路
Simplified Chinese 昆磨高速公路

The Kunming–Mohan Expressway (Chinese: 昆明—磨憨高速公路), commonly referred to as the Kunmo Expressway (Chinese: 昆磨高速公路) is an expressway that connects Kunming, Yunnan, China, and Mohan, a town on the border with Laos, in Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan. The expressway is a spur of G85 Chongqing–Kunming Expressway and is entirely in Yunnan Province.[1]

The Kunming–Mohan Expressway forms the Chinese portion of the Kunming–Bangkok Expressway, to Bangkok, Thailand. Mohan, the southern terminus, is on the ChinaLaos border and there is a border checkpoint which connects to Route 13 in Laos.

The expressway is not fully complete in some sections. Currently, China National Highway 213 parallels much of this route but is not an expressway.


  1. ^ G85 渝昆高速 (Chinese)