China

Tian Men Shan Big Gate Road

Tian Men Shan Big Gate is the road with 99 turns

Located within the Tianmen Mountain National Park, in northwestern Hunan Province, China, the Tianmen Shan Big Gate Road (also called the Tianmen Winding Mountain Road) is 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) long from the bottom to the top. The highest point of the road is at 1.300m above sea level, and the lowest point is at 200m. The construction of the road took eight years, finishing in 2006.

Guoliang Tunnel

Guoliang Tunnel, dug through the side of a mountain by hand

Located in the northwest of Henan province, in China, Guoliang Tunnel is famous for its dangerous location and difficult construction. Built in the early 1970’s, it’s one of the most famous Chinese tunnel roads.

Burma Road

Thie historic Burma Road was built during World War II

Burma Road was a very important road during the WW2 linking Lashio, in eastern Burma (now Myanmar), with Kunming, in Yunnan province, China.

World's worst traffic jam: 100km and 12 days

World's worst traffic jam: 100km and 12 days

The mother of all traffic jams was created in China on August 14, 2010.  It lasted 12 days with a huge car panorama that stretched for more than 62 miles (100 km). A mini-economy of overpriced food, water, and cigarettes sprang up instantly.

Sichuan-Tibet Highway

Sichuan-Tibet Highway, one of the world's highest roads

Sichuan-Tibet Highway is the name of a high-elevation road that begins in Chengdu of Sichuan on the east and ends at Lhasa in Tibet on the west. The road is 2.142km  (1,330 miles) long. None-the-less it’s a regular route for truck drivers heading to the roof of the world.