India-Myanmar-Thailand highway, a reality in 2016

Dreaming of driving to Thailand, you dream is coming true!

If you still haven’t heard about it, there is some epic news for you: the 3200-kilometre India-Myanmar-Thailand highway which will open up in 2016. This means an incredible India-Thailand road trip is now a reality like never before!

The route map from New Delhi to Thailand.
The route map from New Delhi to Thailand.

The 26.5-kilometre Myawaddy-Thinggan Nyenaung-Kawkareik stretch of the Asian Highway is now operational. This has reduced the travel time between Thinggan Nyenaung and Kawkareik from three hours to only about 45 minutes!

Post the inauguration of the India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral highway in 2016, a bus service connecting Imphal, Manipur and Mandalay may be introduced to make it all the more easy for you to take this one-of-a-kind road trip!

to the old world charm of Myanmar’s ancient city, Bagan
to the old world charm of Myanmar’s ancient city, Bagan
from the endless shades of green and beautiful Buddhist temples in Mandalay
from the endless shades of green and beautiful Buddhist temples in Mandalay
From the serene hills of Shillong…
From the serene hills of Shillong…
to the culturally rich Thailand village, Mae Sot...
to the culturally rich Thailand village, Mae Sot…

An International Drivers’ Permit is recommended if you are planning to self-drive. Travelling from India to Thailand by road promises to be one of the most exhilarating experiences ever.

And that’s not it, you’ll be welcomed by Bangkok’s countless attractions, its mouthwatering cuisine and happening nightlife at the end of this extraordinary road trip.

Still wondering where your next big holiday will be to? It’s going to be one road trip that changes your life.

Courtesy: Make my trip

7 thoughts on “India-Myanmar-Thailand highway, a reality in 2016”

  1. Hi Bienumv
    That’s real great news you have shared by writing this blog. It is actually like dream come true-the opening of the India Thailand highway. I always wanted to take a road trip of this kind. Good news that it will be operational by 2016.

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