Snap up flights to Langkawi on Malaysia Airlines from $394 return

Stephanie Yip 4 September 2017 NEWS

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There's never been a better time to discover the sunny beaches of Malaysia.

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Wish you were here? Well, now you can be since Malaysia Airlines has slashed fares to Langkawai AKA Malaysia's island paradise.

The full-service airline has fares departing from Melbourne from $394 return, with fares from other Australian cities not too far behind. Think Adelaide to Langkawi from $397, Perth to Langkawi from $399 and Sydney to Langkawi from $419. And yes, all these fares are return.

Being a full-service airline, you won't have to worry about paying extra for checked luggage, meals or entertainment either as its all included in the total price.

Travel is on select dates in November, so they are last-minute fares. The good news is that November is the end of the rainy season and while there may be a few spells of rain left on the radar, they don't generally last long, leaving you to bask in the beautifully warm weather of the island. Temperatures throughout the month range from 28-32°C so remember to pack the sunscreen and the swimmers and you'll be all right.

These fares are only available until sold out, which they probably will be in next to no time.

We found this sale through I Want That Flight, which is where you can see a full list of available travel dates as well as book your seats to paradise.

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