Pattani-Betong Highway

Thailand road routebox
code= TNR|4106
road= 4106
length-km=
direction= North - South
start= Pattani
destinations= Yala
Ban Nang Satta
end= Betong
construction-date=
completion-date=
junctions= TNR|42 AHN-AH|18 Highway 42
TNR|409 Highway 409
JKR|77 Federal route 77
Asian Highway Network=

The Pattani-Betong Highway ( _th. "please provide Thai language") (National highway TNR|4106) is a major highway in Yala Province and Pattani Province of Thailand.

List of Junctions and Towns


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