National Highway 4 (Myanmar)

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National Highway 4
Route information
Part of
Major junctions
West end: Meiktila
East end: Tachileik
Major cities: Thazi, Kalaw, Taunggyi, Kengtung

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. 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.

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