AirAsia sale: Malaysia flights now down to $255 return

Stephanie Yip 19 July 2017

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International escapes for autumn just got cheaper.

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If you've hit that mid-year lull and are desperately yearning for a warm break, then AirAsia has come to the rescue. Its latest sale brings discounted fares to numerous South-East Asian destinations, with the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, being one of the cheapest and best—in our humble opinions.

The lowest fares on offer are $255, which is for departures from Perth. It's not the only city taking off to Kuala Lumpur for cheap, though. Sydney flights start at $380 and Melbourne flights are at $451. You can also get a flight from Darwin for $398. These are return fares and are available for travel between 10 October and 15 November 2017. This is the beginning of Malaysia's dry season, so there should be minimal rainfall.

As you'll be flying with AirAsia, checked baggage and in-flight meals aren't included in these prices. You can choose to add them for a fee or, if you're super savvy, just bring carry-on luggage and your own meal on board to save on the expense.

Flights can be booked through Flight Centre here with all fares subject to availability.

Being so close to Australia, Malaysia is an ideal location for Aussies to jet to on the fly for short or long holidays. Use our Malaysia travel guide to simply and easily sort out your travel plans from A-Z.

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