Flight sale: Take off on flights to Malaysia for under $200
All-inclusive flights from all across Australia.
The exotic country of Malaysia is a land of cityscapes, rainforests, temples and shopping and right now you can get there for under $200 on Malaysian carrier Malindo Air.
Prices start from $199 each way on journeys between Perth and the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur, though if you book a return flight you stand to pay as little as $355 for the trip.
Departing from elsewhere? Malindo Airlines also has sale flights from Brisbane for $345 each way or $652 return. These flights are for travel all the way through to 28 February 2018, though flights must be booked by 16 August.
Alternatively, those based in Melbourne can get to Kuala Lumpur and back for $595 on Royal Brunei, and Sydney-based travellers can fly Malaysia Airlines from $708 return. Both airlines offer a shorter travel period with flights on Royal Brunei taking off between 2 October and 6 December and flights on Malaysia Airlines from now until 7 December 2017. The Malaysia Airlines flights also need to be booked by 16 August although you have until 4 September if you choose to fly with Royal Brunei.
All flights can be booked through STA Travel online here and the beauty about them is that they are on all-inclusive airlines, so you won't have to pay more for extras like checked baggage and in-flight entertainment.
Don't think you'll need these? Don't worry. You can save the big bucks by opting to travel via a budget carrier instead. According to Skyscanner you can get flights to Kuala Lumpur from Perth down to $220 flying AirAsia in August.
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