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£49 return flight to Langkawi, Malaysia with STA Travel (limited to 49 people)
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Statravel are doing a promotion where beach holidays flights are being sold as £49 return. I saw the advert online and was thinking it probably for flights to Spain or Portugal bu… Read more
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MusaX - if you don't the fact just shut up. Malaysia is secular country and official religion is Islam but is not a Muslim country. It multi faith and regilious country and don't **** compare with other nutty Muslim country. Due to recent political change, langkawi has lost the duty free status. This because some nutty Muslims doesn't like nudity, achohol, LGBT, dog that discriminating others.
Might try and get this for a one way trip on its own
Then forget to come home!!!
hiezra

You can try to make yourself sound as clever as you like but the bottom … You can try to make yourself sound as clever as you like but the bottom line is I lived in the Muslim country of Maylasia for 4 years plus. So trying to make it sound any different to what I've seen and experienced won't cut it. Your a bigot.


Think I need to correct this - Malaysia is not a Muslim country (despite what the religious authorities there are trying to claim). It's a secular country and was created as such. There have been numerous articles and statements on the matter by legal experts there.
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jsty3105

Petaling Street is one of the only night markets around the city centre … Petaling Street is one of the only night markets around the city centre (though us Malaysians know it more as a pirated goods market than a night market.....). However, since you're heading to Malaysia in June during the fasting month, there'll be roadside stalls in many places serving food and stuff for the Malays to break fast. You're probably heading at the best time but best be mindful of eating in public while others are fasting - it's seen as rude to do so. In KL, Low Yat Plaza is the biggest tech-focused shopping mall available to you and has various floors dedicated to specific areas of tech - like mobile devices, sat navs, computer hardware. In Sarawak, the lobster noodles are popular there (because it is frightfully expensive on the mainland). Check out the cultural village while you're there for a slightly different experience. As a Malaysian myself, Baldieman has a point. There have been increasing amounts of complaints locally over the past few years about some of the decisions made by politicians and religious authorities. Think they were the people being referred to rather than the >70% Muslim population of Malaysia. Can't speak of the actual experience in Langkawi currently but this was very likely what Baldie was referring to - http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/07/23/langkawi-mp-seeks-to-defer-ciggies-and-liquor-ruling-new-measures-allow-only-18-stores-to-sell-duty/



Hi and thanks for that. We are going to meet my wife's family who she has never met before. They have our itinerary sorted in Sarawak as I do believe there's a festival on in first week of June. Looking forward to that. Second week is going be spent on Langkawi
Direct Non Stop Flights to Malaysia with BA or Malaysian for £352 @ Momondo
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Non stop flights to KL with BA or Malaysian. A good stopping off point to pick up Air Asia flights to the Islands or just to spend time in the capitol. BA flights on the 787 Dream… Read more
Borneo is the best place to visit in Malaysia, flying to Kota Kinabalu.
lazykitty888

​great weather all year round. February are considerably dry in West c … ​great weather all year round. February are considerably dry in West coast. Visit to Penang & Langkawi island wud b highly recommended. I am originally from Malaysia.



​Fantastic country can't wait to go back at some point! Mee goreng, satay, milo... Yum
This a a good deal. KL isn't the greatest SE Asian city....but is a fantastic hub for cheap onward travel to other destinations like Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Burma, Vietnam and even Australia....using very cheap but efficient airlines like air asia.

So voted hot....as they are both good airlines and they are direct flights.
got flights for end of May with Klm for £350. Newcastle to Malaysia via Amsterdam. under 15 hours. next cheapest was emirates with 34 hours travel time.
Jony5deals

Summer is their wet season usually


How dare they steal that idea from us
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Flights from the UK to Asia (Malaysia, Singapore, Bali, Bangkok) with Qatar from £289
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Qatar, a 5* airline, are offering some great value flights to a number of Asian destinations. Get the opportunity to fly on some on the newest aircraft in the world (787, A380, A35… Read more
Can't really find any at £300 or abouts price as quoted
Flown with them 4 times. I have ONLY ever selected them based on price as the service is TERRIBLE (and usually when the price difference is over £80 as I'd rather spend the extra without having the hassle.) Customer services non existent. They'll change tickets as they see fit. Website used to be terribly UNSTABLE charging but not issuing tickets. Doha has to be one of the most boring transit airports ever and you're usually there for several hours. If you get tickets to Indonesia at £289 take them... The next best price I've ever had is £400 with Garuda (direct though!)
yulu91

Oh my holly god, it's just a few hours of flight connect … Oh my holly god, it's just a few hours of flight connect kid!!!!!!nobody's asking to spend the rest of your life in Doha.



​They'll demand it if your a migrant worker
pickledtink

What route was that? Always had those mini bottles and no problem about … What route was that? Always had those mini bottles and no problem about asking for two at the dinner serve and replenish as much as you like.


LHR-DOH this year.
soldierboy001

And we can't agree with you either, you must be exceptionally hard to … And we can't agree with you either, you must be exceptionally hard to please. How do you get by? Oh, by the way where did you fly from and to in an old aircraft, or are you just here to make mischief? Not long haul as you state.



Don't think there was any need for that rude comment

I had better experience with Thomson flying to the Med, simply sharing my experience. It seems there are more positives than negatives, also seems they've upgraded aircraft since as this was a few years ago. Personally due to the experience I had I would still choose a different airline where possible. As stated, I flew from Qatar to U.K. which is classed as long haul.
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10-Night Bali & Malaysia inc Flights £469 @ Travelzoo
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This twin-centre getaway is cheaper than prices for the flights alone elsewhere. Spend eight nights in the hip beach resort of Seminyak -- celebrated as "Bali's Notting Hill, Soho,… Read more
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shug119

Whats the weather like in January / February.


Saw this post late - Chinese New Year is often the driest and hottest time of the year in Malaysia (and next year it falls at the end of January) so Kuala Lumpur will be dry and hot then. (think 34-38 degrees Celcius).

Capitol Hotel is only a 3 star hotel but the location is pretty good as it's close to the Golden Triangle area of KL. If anyone here bought this deal, the hotel is almost next to the biggest (and most famous) technology shopping mall in Malaysia, Low Yat Plaza.
Edited by: "jsty3105" 12th Oct 2016
Seminyak is just up the road from Kuta.
Kuta is party central and the Australian ibiza.

Nice if that's what your after. The area is very westernised in terms of tourism and shops but still plenty of local stuff going on.

Stay clear of the street wagons selling food (warung) unless you like to be ill.

If you need to change money in local exchanges double check it before you leave the counter.

Car travel is hard due to small roads, crazy traffic and locals who have evolved their own driving laws.

I suggest getting off the beaten track a bit, head inland to somewhere more rural. Ubud is a popular retreat and home of spiritualism with a nice laid back atmosphere and cafe culture.

Go on step further, rent a bike and tour the island. Out side of the large areas traffic is easier to negotiate. Plenty of marvellous sites to see with cheap accommodation from £5 per night, room for 2, including breakfast. Though admitted this may be a little more expensive from when I went 5 years ago.
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Curious to hear if anyone managed to get it today at £469!
zack100zn

​You should ask for a refund for the debit card fees as their it's & c's s … ​You should ask for a refund for the debit card fees as their it's & c's state no charge.



Thanks for the advice. Could you point me to the t's&c's please?

EDIT: Never mind, I see it. Thanks for bringing to my attention!
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has2Bcheaper

I called them last night and operator said no deals left at £469. I … I called them last night and operator said no deals left at £469. I bought it at £488. Debit card fee is 1% so came to £492. She also said that most of the packages she had sold had a 2 hour lay over at KL before going to Bali however, none of those were left so I was given a flight with a 5 hour lay over! Oh well, booked now...



​You should ask for a refund for the debit card fees as their it's & c's state no charge.
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Return flights to Malaysia (e.g. Kuala Lumpur) £177 @ Momondo
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Error fare: direct flights for £177 round-trip with Malaysia Airline from Heathrow to Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi, Penang, Kota Kinabalu on select days, e.g. 8 – 18 Jun 16 – 30 Jun 2… Read more
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Dreamliner got nothing on the A380 mate.

I remember when Petronas was the 2nd largest company (by valuation) in … I remember when Petronas was the 2nd largest company (by valuation) in the world - was a long time ago!Defining urban conglomerations is getting more and more difficult due to sprawl and administrative boundary changes. Here's what Wikipedia says: Cities by population


I am going to be politically incorrect and say the article from wiki sounds like something straight out of demarcation between BN, PAS, DAP etc

Sure, born in KL, grew up in Petaling Jaya, and then in the outskirts of … Sure, born in KL, grew up in Petaling Jaya, and then in the outskirts of KL - Damansara Heights.


a Kl lang
My brother lives in PJ and for those interested, he did an app to navigate the best places to eat in Penang within a day (or 8 hours to be precise) and those who know Penang and the traffic, will find this a useful tool

The site looks like a nightmare - in the rush of getting it I wrote down … The site looks like a nightmare - in the rush of getting it I wrote down the expiry date of my passport incorrectly and need to change it from 5th July 2020 to 4th July 2020. I emailed them - and now I realised that I can't see if there is a hold luggage included or not. Do you have any suggestions people? Really frustrating!


I don't think the expiry matters all that match; I believe it's just to check your passport won't expire before you are due to come back (not entirely certain). You should be able to add hold luggage direct from the airline itself.

I loved the Dreamliner (haven't been on an A380). Found the leg space … I loved the Dreamliner (haven't been on an A380). Found the leg space much better than your typical plane



The 787 is the best plane I've ever flown on long haul, it's the better cabin pressure and oxygen values vs. others I reckon: it doesn't make your skin & sinuses yucky and make you feel like crap. I'd always choose it over any other if given option...
£249 Manchester to Kuala Lumpur Turkish Airlines November (15 days stay)
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This is a great deal for someone wanting to visit Malaysia.The country has loads to offer, from rain forests to beautiful beaches and is a great haunt for foodies. I was researchi… Read more
You need hold travelling to Malaysia due tormoli of over throwing the government due PM has been involved 1 billion scandal bank in to his personnel account and have got his Muslims friends - Saudi's to claim that it's a donation from them.

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middlemanmark

Sorry who said Turkish Airlines isn't the best? It was rated the 4th best … Sorry who said Turkish Airlines isn't the best? It was rated the 4th best airline for 2015 according to Skytrax. There is nothing wrong with it at all. As somebody who has 80,000+ airline miles with them they are the only airlines I'll use anymore. Cheaper than most, good food, young fleet, brilliant airport lounges in IST. OP I can only guess you've never actually flown with them.



You're right, point taken. Am sure it is a good airline.
Sorry who said Turkish Airlines isn't the best? It was rated the 4th best airline for 2015 according to Skytrax. There is nothing wrong with it at all. As somebody who has 80,000+ airline miles with them they are the only airlines I'll use anymore. Cheaper than most, good food, young fleet, brilliant airport lounges in IST. OP I can only guess you've never actually flown with them.
https://www.outrightinternational.org/content/malaysia-prime-ministers-remarks-threat-human-rights-all
Prime Minister said, “any deviant aspects such as liberalism, pluralism and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) would not have a place in the country.”
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Nothing at those prices. Cheapest during November (on matrix view) is £386 booking direct.

THY are good to fly with - got one of the newest fleets and onboard service is good. Long gone are the days when we used to say THY stood for They Hate You
From London: Malaysia & Borneo Holiday £661.17pp @ Venere
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I'm sure someone asked for Malaysia so here is a little idea of a trip that incorporates some city life and some of Borneo with some idea of places to visit. There are cheaper hote… Read more
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dale86uk

We set off on the climb at 9am one morning, got to the peak just before … We set off on the climb at 9am one morning, got to the peak just before sunset and got back to the bottom at 1pm in the afternoon.



The hotel listed was in KK, so factor in at least a couple of hours to get to and from the national park...so two days.
kingcrimson

Any innoculations needed for Malaysia


No, only thing to watch out for is if there are any denggi fever reports. Unlikely in central kuala lumpur though as it tends happen closer to more residential areas (clogged drains, trapped water in vegetation, etc).

Maybe I'd advise upping the good bacteria in your gut so that you can enjoy the local cuisines will less fear. Rule of thumb in Malaysia is the dirtier the eatery looks, the better the food will be.

united4eva

Amazing... What a country. Friendly locals, super safe, great food and … Amazing... What a country. Friendly locals, super safe, great food and much to see and explore. We got stuck in langkawi town centre one evening and couldn't get a taxi back to our hot so a local offered up a lift in return for a cheap fee. You probably wouldn't take up that offer anywhere else!


Very glad you had such a memorable and pleasant experience!

Malaysians are generally warm but that's very good outcome - Hopefully the cheap fee you mentioned was less than £10 though! Travelling from the main part of Langkawi to the more northern section doesn't really cost that much.
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I'm sure you can fly direct to KL from heathrow with malaysian and cut out all the wasted time.
crumpo

just got back from Borneo, did KK to Sandakan via lahad Datu and the … just got back from Borneo, did KK to Sandakan via lahad Datu and the kinabatangan river. KK climb will take 2 full days minimum, mind...fantastic price, though!



We set off on the climb at 9am one morning, got to the peak just before sunset and got back to the bottom at 1pm in the afternoon.
Amazing... What a country. Friendly locals, super safe, great food and much to see and explore.

We got stuck in langkawi town centre one evening and couldn't get a taxi back to our hot so a local offered up a lift in return for a cheap fee. You probably wouldn't take up that offer anywhere else!
5* Qatar flights to Malaysia £301, Sri Lanka £314, India £354, Bali £382 return (optional stop in Doha) @ Holiday Pirates
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5* Qatar flights to Malaysia £301, Sri Lanka £314, India £354, Bali £382 return (optional stop in Doha)
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gslgregory

Except that the post states 5* flights to various places. No mention of … Except that the post states 5* flights to various places. No mention of accommodation.


Exactly my point, we are on the same hymn sheet, the 5 star refers to this below and not to anything else outside of this :=
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gslgregory

Except that the post states 5* flights to various places. No mention of … Except that the post states 5* flights to various places. No mention of accommodation.



The 5* here relates to the Airlines Skytrax rating and nothing to do with accommodation (none included in this price). It is slightly misleading because most people will assume it's a hotel rating. Maybe a better worded title 'Qatar (5* rated airline)' would have been appropriate, but gota generate the heat X)

Either way, seems to be decent prices and from experience, Qatar are one of the best airlines to travel with.
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Yes. I'm Indonesia (Bali is a part of the country) and I think it's totally worth it making a trip to that side of the world. It will be the experience of a lifetime to you, and at this ticket price, it'd a steal. Go to Bali but don't stay too long in kuta. Spend more time in ubud instead. Language won't be a problem since there are tons of Australia's tourist around (uuurgh) and most balinese can speak English, at least the involved in the tourism trade. If you have the time, I suggest getting out of Bali and seeing the rest of the country too for a bit.
sparan_al1

Any tips for finding decent hotels in those places? Never been before. … Any tips for finding decent hotels in those places? Never been before. I've checked airbnb and they're about the same price as those in Europe... I thought that neck of the woods was supposed to be cheaper?



​I'd recommend Tune Hotel to you. They're basically the budget hotel side of AirAsia, which is a budget carrier in the region. I've stayed with them repeatedly and the experience had been great (and most importantly, clean) so far. Check out TripAdvisor for more reviews. They also have branches in London if you want to check it out locally.
mjk

I loved Kuala Lumpur. Been once but would love to go back again - tagging … I loved Kuala Lumpur. Been once but would love to go back again - tagging a nice beach resort on too.



​ Very glad you had a great experience!
Winter-sun holiday to Langkawi, Malaysia for £628pp –inc. flights, 15 nights beachside hotel (3.5/5 TripAdvisor), breakfast & taxis
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Gutted you never booked that winter holiday to amazing Langkawi Island in Malaysia? It's not too late! We have put together this great holiday using our flight comparison tool and … Read more
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You'll be bored to death spending 15 days in Langkawi. Even three to four days is a stretch. Heat for the price though, the flights are dirt cheap.
15 nights is a long time in Langkawi..But a boat ride to penang for a few nights would make this still a reasonable holiday

Gutted you never booked that winter holiday to amazing Langkawi Island in … Gutted you never booked that winter holiday to amazing Langkawi Island in Malaysia?



No.
Malaysia Mens Knitwear Hoodies £14.99 each delivered @ Eto Jeans (+ possible 6% Quidco)
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These are really good value at the moment, especially with free delivery. There is a size guide on site, just to the lower right of the product image. So worth double checking if y… Read more
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Malaysia is a country. that's illegal to use a trademark. the country can sue this guys. lol.
There's a brand called Malaysia?? Oo Or rather, a clothing line called Malaysia?
Edited by: "jsty3105" 20th Oct 2015
This looks interesting....poised to order
what's it lined with?
hv26

Just asked them on the live chat, they said it was. Theres a drop on the … Just asked them on the live chat, they said it was. Theres a drop on the page http://www.etojeans.co.uk/malaysia-mens-black-knitwear-hoody-black.html If you click on it it tells you more details.


The hood doesn't look like cotton - both inside and outside, so 100% looks questionable.
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London - Kuala Lumpur £489 @ Malaysia Airlines
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Booking between 15-31st August 2015; Travel between 19 Oct - 7 Dec 2015; Economy class only; Min stay 5 days; Max stay 3 months; 4 stopovers allowed on the pricing unit limited… Read more
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Worth noticing that if you were to look at the accident history of turkish and malaysian you would choose malaysian any day. The fact is that airlines learn and improve. The only things you can compare on is price quality and or time
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I know this is personal preference but I find MAS has a better flight time
nickmassey

urr, no BA fly it too!


oh, my bad, sorry. Thanks for the info
PinkyXH

MAS is the only direct flight from London to KL



urr, no BA fly it too!
Llantarnam

I flew Malaysian to Auckland and they were a decent airline (apart from … I flew Malaysian to Auckland and they were a decent airline (apart from the spicy prawns for breakfast).Can't understand the naive individuals that think because they have had an accident they should be avoided like the plague. If you won't travel with any airline that's had a crash you are going to be spending a lot of time on the bus.Turkish are fine if you don't mind a narrow bodied flight to IST and a potential layover of 6 hrs. I'll pay the extra cash for a direct flight on an A380 any time.


The spicy prawns and coconut rice is the traditional breakfast in Malaysia. Nasi Lemak! yummy !
Flight deal over Easter holiday to Malaysia with KLM - Heathrow (via Amsterdam) £435 per person
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This is a very good price with very good flight connections (it transfers at Amsterdam Schippol but the flight time is only a couple of hours longer than direct flights). Outbound… Read more
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ljbutchik07

And then you'll disappear lol!



I should probably point our how your comment is insensitive and inappropriate, but I assume it's comments like this, and irrational fear, that leads to cheap prices so perhaps I'll let you live in ignorance instead.
And then you'll disappear lol!
Fantastic price!!
Heat for malaysia
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WhiteishNoise

I paid about this price last June with Turkish Airlines via … I paid about this price last June with Turkish Airlines via Istanbul.Malaysia is really cheap once you're there and you can stay in some amazing hotels at quite reasonable rates. Also internal flights are really cheap so you can go around the whole country by air.



I'm just amazed at these prices over Easter holidays. I've been watching prices and it was hovering around £5-600 then it suddenly dropped. Usually the prices to med based resorts are inflated at this time, but this is incredible deal for school holidays.
Airasia 2.5 million seat promotion- all in & tax from US$9, Flights within asia
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Flights are within asia, and not from uk or europe ideal for back packers/ people flying to asia and wanting to visit another country booking period 2nd june 00.00 till 8th June … Read more
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frannys1965

Fab! Booked flights Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) x 2 PAX with … Fab! Booked flights Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) x 2 PAX with 20kg baggage each and selected seats for £71 (for both) for Feb 2015. Having been waiting for big sale already booked flights to and from UK back in March!!!



finnair had a special offer out last week to bangkok for £439
Fab! Booked flights Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) x 2 PAX with 20kg baggage each and selected seats for £71 (for both) for Feb 2015. Having been waiting for big sale already booked flights to and from UK back in March!!!
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peddy

Kuala Lumpur to either Melbourne, Gold Coast or Perth on any day between … Kuala Lumpur to either Melbourne, Gold Coast or Perth on any day between 9th - 13th Jan.



no promotion rates for your dates

but i just checked for you and seen some at 599 ringits friday 9th £116
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skgwho

Didn't find flights to/from kuala lampur to syd/mel/OOS in March or April … Didn't find flights to/from kuala lampur to syd/mel/OOS in March or April 2015. Lemme know if anyone finds some.



monday 23rd march melbourne

promotion 299 malaysian ringet approx £58

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MML

Thank you, i posted it up last time, but didn't get much heatbut i think … Thank you, i posted it up last time, but didn't get much heatbut i think its a good deal!!!so i'm sharing again!

Thanks
Emirates Airlines - Economy Return flights to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from £531 - Book by 29 May - Travel between 01 Jun 2014 - 26 Mar 2015
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Found a great deal for return flight tickets to Malaysia via Emirates Airlines. Flew them before and the trip was very comfortable - even the long transit time in Dubai was ok too.… Read more
Its very hard to find a good deal on Emirates now a days as the have grown by leaps n bound in recent few years, and quality of service has declined at the same rate as well. And they are not intrested in your complaint either.They have kind of monoply on Glasgow airport routes so price difference is always huge aswell.
So its cold from me.
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johnnyd57uk

Have travelled regularly with Emirates to KL over last few years. Were … Have travelled regularly with Emirates to KL over last few years. Were doing return flight to Gatwick for £492 in January. Anything up to £530 is ok. MAS often around the £870 mark but £620 at the min as they are expected to announce bankruptcy shortly. If I lived in London I would fly MAS as Emirates have gone downhill over the last few years especially after they joined up with Quantas.



MAS has been hemorrhaging for years now so am not really taht surprised
Have travelled regularly with Emirates to KL over last few years. Were doing return flight to Gatwick for £492 in January. Anything up to £530 is ok. MAS often around the £870 mark but £620 at the min as they are expected to announce bankruptcy shortly. If I lived in London I would fly MAS as Emirates have gone downhill over the last few years especially after they joined up with Quantas.
Can't find any cheaper for January 2015 dates from Glasgow. Heating....
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dealfella

why would you go to Malaysia? it's a super dull country in my view. what … why would you go to Malaysia? it's a super dull country in my view. what I saw there-the food, culture, arts- are basically 'stolen' from India, China, Indonesia and claimed to be genuinely theirs.

Stolen isn't really accurate given that the inhabitants are actually from the countries you mentioned and the food is a fusion of many different flavours. Malaysian food is actually one of the hardest to sum up and describe in a short sentence.

However, apart from say the food, shopping, some of the other cultural bits (melacca is one of the better tourist destinations), and the beaches, there isn't all that much to Malaysia. Perhaps pirated goods since they're incredibly easy to obtain there..
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Airasia free seats, just pay tax
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i'm suprised no ones posted this up airasia has again another free seat promotion (facebook) just pay tax and surcharge flights from £6 departures from Malaysia travel period … Read more
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thank you, i'm just thinking of the trallers like myself who wants to get away when in asia
Cracking deal.Ignore all the "you cant depart from the uk" crap.
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i've been to Malaysia 4 times, next year will be my 5th time, there are alot of con artist out there...but you get them everywhere
greencat

Really? I've been there five times and found it one of the safest and … Really? I've been there five times and found it one of the safest and easiest countries to visit. Never been ripped off there. Perhaps you were unlucky. I'm guessing most people using these flights were going to KL anyhow and will be looking for cheap connections to nearby places.


when is your last time visit?and where were you going?check the local news on google then you will know!!
I used AirAsia a lot when travelling in the region. Very efficient and good safety.
Etihad Sale asia £506 etc
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i've not posted for a very long time i have a wedding in KL next july and know thats a peak season, so i have been keeping an eye out on flights not only that but i'm wanting to fl… Read more
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jazzyb88

Lufthansa occasionally have offers for around £450, I think one earlier … Lufthansa occasionally have offers for around £450, I think one earlier in the year flew into KL but they sell out quickly. This is quite a good deal if only for the reason that you are flying into one place and flying out of another.Just don't look at the tax figure on the ticket, that's the sad part



i think recently i saw a fare that was like £10 tax £150!!!
so annoying, i remember when you could get flights out to asia for £350 on the nicer airlines... cathay!!!
Lufthansa occasionally have offers for around £450, I think one earlier in the year flew into KL but they sell out quickly. This is quite a good deal if only for the reason that you are flying into one place and flying out of another.

Just don't look at the tax figure on the ticket, that's the sad part
I'm not sure what "could of" means , Buddy.
Post your fare or troll elsewhere.
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if you can find me a £300 flight in JULY to asia, then show me please

since i knew about my wedding invite 3 months ago, i have been looking non stop, and those who travel to asia will know of prices
with 30kg allowance this is a good offer, not forgetting i got a twin city flight for £525, and the cheapest price for a 30kg allowance was £700
Edited by: "MML" 29th Nov 2013
It could of been less than 300 buddy...
Flights from London to Bali for £600 or Perth, Brisbane or Adelaide for only £700 - round trip incl. taxes with Malaysia Airlines
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Found 7th Aug 2013Found 7th Aug 2013
Malaysia Airlines is having sale until midnight for flights from London Heathrow to Denpasar-Bali for £600 and to Perth, Brisbane or Adelaide for only £700 - round trip incl. taxes… Read more
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Nesima

Utter nonsense, been around 9 times over the last 12 years.Amazing place, … Utter nonsense, been around 9 times over the last 12 years.Amazing place, been all round the island staying in many different places.Best holiday destination by far, it has everything.



Yep got everything, including the most persistent & nasty touts in SE Asia, refuse to hire one of their extortionate "guides" to go up the volcano and come back to a smashed up bike or car. Try to lie on a beach and they will persist to try to sell you crap regardless of what you say to them. Full of Aussie chavs during the Oz school holidays. Crap food.
These prices expired days ago (the thread on Holiday Pirates is expired too).
keviw

Is it? it's an absolute dump in the "tourist" areas. I will never go … Is it? it's an absolute dump in the "tourist" areas. I will never go there again.



Utter nonsense, been around 9 times over the last 12 years.
Amazing place, been all round the island staying in many different places.
Best holiday destination by far, it has everything.
good deal but if you want to fly around Xmas just wait for BA to anounce that they'll go on strike. The prices will drop massively and in the end the strike will be cancelled. That happens every year :o)
Please can anybody help how do I find a flights to Perth from London for £700? 8th nov?? Can't find any
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