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Fly to Cambodia from $286 return with AirAsia

Posted: 23 February 2017 11:27 am

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AirAsia has released airfares to Cambodia for less than $300 from Australia.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

We've seen a lot of impressive fares to Asia recently, but off-the-beaten track Cambodia is rarely on sale, so this AirAsia sale is appealing. The cheapest fare is from Perth at $286 return, with Melbourne at $390 return, Gold Coast at $395 and Sydney at $398.

All flights are one-stop via Kuala Lumpur, but some of the flight times are as short as 10 hours 5 minutes. Travel dates are from June-August 2017.

Lively Phnom Penh is known for sights like The Royal Palace and National Museum of Cambodia. It's a 5-hour drive to UNESCO-listed Angkor Wat (pictured).

As AirAsia is a low-cost carrier, this price does not include extras such as checked baggage, on-board meals and in-flight entertainment. These can be purchased during the booking process for an additional fee.

AirAsia charges a $10 processing fee per flight per person on credit and debit card purchases. You can avoid this by paying with PayPal.

These AirAsia fares are not part of any particular promotion and are available until sold out.

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