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China National Highway 323


China National Highway 323

National Highway 323
Route information
Length: 2,915 km (1,811 mi)
Major junctions
From: Ruijin, Jiangxi
To: Lincang, Yunnan
Highway system
Transport in China

China National Highway 323 (G323) runs southwest from Ruijin, Jiangxi towards Guangdong Province, Guangxi Province, and ends in Lincang, Yunnan, which is on China-Burma border. It is 2,915 kilometres in length.

Route and distance

Route and distance
City Distance (km)
Ruijin, Jiangxi 0
Yudu County, Jiangxi 81
Gan County, Jiangxi 137
Ganzhou, Jiangxi 146
Nankang, Jiangxi 177
Dayu County, Jiangxi 230
Nanxiong, Guangdong 271
Shixing County, Guangdong 309
Shaoguan, Guangdong 372
Ruyuan, Guangdong 410
Lianzhou, Guangdong 574
Liannan, Guangdong 587
Lianshan, Guangdong 625
Hezhou, Guangxi 722
Zhongshan County, Guangxi 761
Pingle, Guangxi 847
Lipu County, Guangxi 882
Luzhai, Guangxi 979
Liuzhou, Guangxi 1023
Liujiang, Guangxi 1034
Datang, Guangxi 1082
Yizhou, Guangxi 1145
Hechi, Guangxi 1219
Donglan, Guangxi 1356
Bama County, Guangxi 1438
Tianyang, Guangxi 1521
Baise, Guangxi 1560
Funing County, Yunnan 1735
Yanshan, Yunnan 1934
Kaiyuan, Yunnan 2094
Jianshui, Yunnan 2181
Shiping, Yunnan 2239
Yuanjiang, Yunnan 2382
Mojiang, Yunnan 2457
Pu'er, Yunnan 2618
Jinggu, Yunnan 2731
Lincang, Yunnan 2915

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