Asia roundtrip £498 via Flynder [Sample date 5th April => 5th May, Visit: Maldives, Kuala Lumpur, Bali, Lombok, Surabaya (east Java), Singapore & Frankfurt]
522°Expired

Asia roundtrip £498 via Flynder [Sample date 5th April => 5th May, Visit: Maldives, Kuala Lumpur, Bali, Lombok, Surabaya (east Java), Singapore & Frankfurt]

17
LocalFound 4th Mar
Bargain deal for all of these flights.

Example (Credit Holiday Pirates):

2904055.jpg
2904055.jpg
2904055.jpg
2904055.jpg
2904055.jpg
2904055.jpg2904055.jpg
2904055.jpg2904055.jpg
2904055.jpg2904055.jpg
2904055.jpg
2904055.jpg
2904055.jpg
2904055.jpg
2904055.jpg
Community Updates

Groups

17 Comments
Excellent price. Who is it flying with. I'm paying £425 for Newcastle To Kuala Lumpor via Amsterdam in May. Return with klm
Edited by: "diddly08" 4th Mar
diddly0853 m ago

Excellent price. Who is it flying with. I'm paying £425 for Newcastle To …Excellent price. Who is it flying with. I'm paying £425 for Newcastle To Kuala Lumpor via Amsterdam in May. Return with klm


how many days in kl?
That's a good price, but a very odd itinerary.
The 4 days in Marseilles means that you need a totally different wardrobe than for the rest of the journey, which will have to be lugged around.
And why two days in KL, a capital city, and then three lots of 7 days in Indonesia, followed by half a day in Singapore?

I'm puzzled as to why it's three weeks in different destinations in Indonesia, virtually ignoring Malaysia and Singapore, and to top it all, that odd 4 days in Marseilles. Was it to fulfill a very specific idiosyncratic request by a client, or something else? I'm not being nasty, just genuinely puzzled.
Lion air = good travel insurance and wellies other than that, love this part of the world.
Edited by: "Infiltrator" 4th Mar
jsty31055 m ago

how many days in kl?


Going to Langkawi so time in KL is in hours. 15 days in total. 16 hours from Newcastle including the stop in Amsterdam
nothing to see in surabaya........awful place.......even the immigration officer asked me "why did you come here?".......with a shocked look on her face
ReturnOfTheLindtOverload1 h, 49 m ago

That's a good price, but a very odd itinerary.The 4 days in Marseilles …That's a good price, but a very odd itinerary.The 4 days in Marseilles means that you need a totally different wardrobe than for the rest of the journey, which will have to be lugged around.And why two days in KL, a capital city, and then three lots of 7 days in Indonesia, followed by half a day in Singapore?I'm puzzled as to why it's three weeks in different destinations in Indonesia, virtually ignoring Malaysia and Singapore, and to top it all, that odd 4 days in Marseilles. Was it to fulfill a very specific idiosyncratic request by a client, or something else? I'm not being nasty, just genuinely puzzled.


I would only guess it’s working an itinerary around the cheap flights rather than finding a suitable itinerary.
Shows what can be done, which I think is the point of it. I wouldn't do a 35 hour flight to male however, and you've got the question of accommodation there where most people are on packages on islands. Fabulous place to go to though.
Heat added, when are we going
scott2c1 h, 0 m ago

I would only guess it’s working an itinerary around the cheap flights r …I would only guess it’s working an itinerary around the cheap flights rather than finding a suitable itinerary.


Thank you. That does make sense.
confusedx1 h, 59 m ago

nothing to see in surabaya........awful place.......even the immigration …nothing to see in surabaya........awful place.......even the immigration officer asked me "why did you come here?".......with a shocked look on her face


And that was the moment when little joey realised he had f**** up.
summerof7651 m ago

Heat added, when are we going


Tomorrow?
diddly083 h, 25 m ago

Going to Langkawi so time in KL is in hours. 15 days in total. 16 hours …Going to Langkawi so time in KL is in hours. 15 days in total. 16 hours from Newcastle including the stop in Amsterdam


Too bad you're not longer in KL to experience more food and shopping. Langkawi itself is a paradise for duty free stuff, particularly beer and chocolates. Thanks to the exchange rate, you're probably looking at 50p per can of beer and you can get stronger stuff than what;s available in the UK. Seafood is pretty much universally great there and you can get around the island fairly easily using cabs. Try the grilled fish - known as ikan bakar in Malaysia.

Lots of tourists around most times of the year and the locals pretty much all speak English. Some locals are even British/European people that have settled in Langkawi to run their pub or restaurant.
jsty31057 m ago

Too bad you're not longer in KL to experience more food and shopping. …Too bad you're not longer in KL to experience more food and shopping. Langkawi itself is a paradise for duty free stuff, particularly beer and chocolates. Thanks to the exchange rate, you're probably looking at 50p per can of beer and you can get stronger stuff than what;s available in the UK. Seafood is pretty much universally great there and you can get around the island fairly easily using cabs. Try the grilled fish - known as ikan bakar in Malaysia. Lots of tourists around most times of the year and the locals pretty much all speak English. Some locals are even British/European people that have settled in Langkawi to run their pub or restaurant.


Yes we were in KL last year for few days before we flew to Kuching. Going to hire a car this time for Langkawi as its just like uk roads. Missed the night market last year but did do the street markets in KL. fabulous smells and sights and no bother even though we were warned about bag snatching etc on mopeds. Need to do sky bridge in Langkawi.
diddly084 m ago

Yes we were in KL last year for few days before we flew to Kuching. Going …Yes we were in KL last year for few days before we flew to Kuching. Going to hire a car this time for Langkawi as its just like uk roads. Missed the night market last year but did do the street markets in KL. fabulous smells and sights and no bother even though we were warned about bag snatching etc on mopeds. Need to do sky bridge in Langkawi.


Trying in Langkawi is much easier than driving on UK roads - the roads there are a lot wider. Yeah, bag snatching still is a very big problem in KL. The problem there is petty crime is too random and can turn violent too often.

Lots of night markets around Langkawi as well. This bakery is worth a visit - langkawi-insight.com/lan…htm The Loaf. Good selection of buns that are very tasty.
Avatar
deleted864239
The second leg is 35 hours long...
Am particularly excited to visit Frankfurt...
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text