Thailand Route 41

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Thailand Route 41
ทางหลวงแผ่นดินหมายเลข 41
Route information
Part of
Major junctions
North end: Route 4 in Chumphon Province
South end: Route 4 in Phatthalung Province
Major cities: Surat Thani, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Phatthalung
Highway system

Highways in Thailand


Route 41 (41 ) starts at intersection with Route 4 in Chumphon Province.[1] It goes southward passing through Surat Thani Province and Nakhon Si Thammarat Province. It ends at Phatthalung Province joining Route 4 again.

Route Details[edit]

Route 41 is the main road for lower southern provinces. It starts at Pathomporn Intersection. At this intersection, Route 4 changes direction to the west coast of southern part. Route 41 goes directly southward which is shorter for most southern provinces.

In Chumphon Province, it starts at Amphoe Mueang Chumphon and passes through Amphoe Sawi, Amphoe Thung Tako, Amphoe Lang Suan and Amphoe Lamae. It enters Surat Thani Province at Amphoe Tha Chana and passes through Amphoe Chaiya, Amphoe Tha Chang, Amphoe Phunphin, Amphoe Ban Na Doem, Amphoe Ban Na San and Amphoe Wiang Sa. It then enters Nakhon Si Thammarat Province at Amphoe Chawang, and continues through Amphoe Na Bon, Amphoe Thung Song, Amphoe Ron Phibun, Amphoe Chulabhorn and Amphoe Cha-uat. It enters Phatthalung Province at Amphoe Pa Phayom, and passes through Amphoe Khuan Khanun. It ends at Amphoe Mueang Phatthalung.

Total length is about 390 km. About 110 km is in Chumphon Province, 140 km in Surat Thani Province, 105 km in Nakhon Si Thammarat Province and 35 km in Phatthalung Province. Route 41 is 4 lane, 2 lane for each direction with ditch to separate direction.

Route 41 is also Asian Highway AH2

List of Intersection[edit]


  1. ^ Evans, Christopher. Phuket Thailand & Beyond. Hunter Publishing, Inc. p. 132. ISBN 9781588439062. Retrieved 5 April 2017.