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Named after the US General, this road was built during World War II from India to China.

The Stillwell Road was built during World War II as an alternative to the Burma Road, which had... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2017
SatyendraGarg
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New Delhi, India
Historical Road of WW-II vintage....

The Stilwell Road starts from Ledo in Assam and travels through Arunachal and is about 61 Kms in... read more

Reviewed 20 February 2015
preetman9
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Bathinda, India
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Reviewed 14 October 2017

The Stillwell Road was built during World War II as an alternative to the Burma Road, which had been cut by the Japanese in 1942. It was named after General Joseph Stilwell of the U.S. Army. It passes through Myanmar towns of Shingbwiyang, Myitkyina and...More

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Reviewed 20 February 2015

The Stilwell Road starts from Ledo in Assam and travels through Arunachal and is about 61 Kms in India with rest of the road in Myanmar and China....It is total about 1760 Kms.....It has the history of being built in the shortest time by Gen...More

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Reviewed 16 August 2014

Named after General Joseph Stilwel of the US army to connect India to China through Myanmar during the second World war.

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How does one get there and what accommodation is available in that area? Are there any tours or guides available whom one can contact?
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