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Malaysia Federal Route 13 (Sabah)

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Malaysia Federal Route 13 (Sabah)

Federal Route 13
Route information
Part of
Length: 268.0 km (166.5 mi)
Major junctions
Northeast end: Sandakan
  Federal Route 22
Jalan Lahad Datu-Sahabat
SA51 Jalan Semporna
Tawau-Keningau Highway
Southwest end: Tawau
Location
Primary
destinations:
Lahad Datu
Semporna
Highway system

Federal Route , Asian Highway Route (formerly Federal Route ) is a 268-km federal highway in Sabah, Malaysia, which is also a component of the larger Pan Borneo Highway network. This highway runs primarily from Sandakan to the southeastern part of Sabah as well as along the coast between Lahad Datu to Tawau.

List of Interchanges

Km Exit Interchange To Remarks
SANDAKAN MILE 32 CHECKPOINT EAST
Sandakan

WEST
Telupid
Ranau
Kundasang
Tamparuli
Kota Kinabalu
T-junction
Kota Kinabatangan
Jalan Sukau EAST
Sukau
T-junction
Sungai Kinabatangan bridge
Sungai Segama bridge
LAHAD DATU EAST
JALAN LAHAD DATU-SAHABAT
Tungku
FELDA Sahabat
Roundabout
Madai Cave
Jalan Kunak EAST
JALAN KUNAK
Kunak
Semporna
Roundabout
Mostyn Estate
Jalan Semporna EAST
JALAN SEMPORNA
Semporna
Roundabout
Balung
Tawau Airport EAST
JALAN LAPANGAN TERBANG TAWAU
Tawau Airport
T-junction
Start/End of dual-carriageway
Bandar Sri Indah
TAWAU NORTHWEST
JALAN KUHARA
Kalabakan
Sapulut
Sook
Keningau
Junctions
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