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!!!
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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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
Posted 24th Apr 2016Posted 24th Apr 2016
Thailand Flight Flash Sale! Fly to Thailand for £49 return@STA travel£49
Sounds good to me 49 might just be your new lucky number. At the end of next week, we'll be hosting two very special Thailand flash sale events, giving away 49 return flights to B… Read more
Thanks, not for me then. I was looking for tickets around the holidays.
They actually do write the T & C's Limited to 50 tickets only. Offers valid on new bookings only made only from 10am on Wednesday 21st October to 7pm on Thursday 22nd October 2015 inclusive or until sold out. Offer valid on selected flights only, please ask a Travel Expert for more details. Can be used in conjunction with the £49 deposit offer; standard £49 deposit terms and conditions apply. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Can only be redeemed in store or on the phone; cannot be used online. Promotion must be mentioned at the beginning of the consultation. This offer can be withdrawn or amended at any time; very limited availability. Travel dates on the outbound UK flight must be from29th October to 11th December 2015 or 04th Janurary to 29th February 2016 and is subject to availability. For inbound restrictions please ask a Travel Expert for more information.
at queue position 72 at the moment, they could have at least mentioned what dates these prices are valid for
Posted 9th Aug 2015Posted 9th Aug 2015
ISIC [International Student Identity Card] for £2 (usually £12) using voucher code STUDENT - STA Travel£2
Get an ISIC for just £2 using the voucher code STUDENT during the checkout process (code takes off £10 from the original price of £12). If you use a Visa Debit card there's no card… Read more
Yep a lot of the dive people are working there on tourist visas and visa runs over the border. I know many who have made it work for 20 years and counting
Yep I prefer the north of Thailand to the south. Love Chiang Mai to bits.
And you know as well as I do that you are not a tourist but you are living and working in Thailand on a tourist visa which is something that the government is constantly cracking down on and changing the immigration laws for every few months without notice. Your entry is purely at the disgresion of the immigration officer on the day of your visa run and soon enough all of those entry stamps, tourist visas and the longterm stays in Thailand with no job or proof of income will ring alarm bells and you will be denied entry one time and that's the abrupt end of your life here. You don't have to get all testy because I'm trying to have a conversation with you about your post. Also, I'm in the same boat as you and I'm also at the mercy of immigration and whatever new rule they want to enforce this year. I live here and have kids here but I work outside Thailand every month so there is no visa that fits for what I am doing so I too have to live on tourist visas and entry stamps and constantly jump through hoops and keep up with the frequently changing visa rules. All it's gonna take is one new rule, something like expats can't spend more that 90 days in Thailand a year and that's my life with my family here completely ruined so it's difficult to make any longterm plans here.
Believe it or not but replying to your comment is not my number one priority. Firstly Chiang Mai is half the price for rent/food/services as Bangkok. If your going to buy all the same brands you bought in the UK then your going to pay a fortune because they're imported. Tech is expensive because of import duties, so don't buy tech here, buy it when you go home or on holiday. It seems like you've tried to copy and paste your life with out making any adjustments. I stay in a modern brand new 1 bed condo, eat out to a restaurant once a day (never eat street food), movies twice a week, couple of day trips, etc. but I don't buy crap I don't need. I spend about £400-450 a month. If I have someone to share expenses with it would be less. Yes I'm on a holiday visa. Between entries I explore the rest of Asia or I can do a border run for £12. There is no crack down on digital nomads. Believe it or not but replying to your comment is not my number one priority. Firstly Chiang Mai is half the price for rent/food/services as Bangkok. If your going to buy all the same brands you bought in the UK then your going to pay a fortune because they're imported. Tech is expensive because of import duties, so don't buy tech here, buy it when you go home or on holiday. It seems like you've tried to copy and paste your life with out making any adjustments. I stay in a modern brand new 1 bed condo, eat out to a restaurant once a day (never eat street food), movies twice a week, couple of day trips, etc. but I don't buy crap I don't need. I spend about £400-450 a month. If I have someone to share expenses with it would be less. Yes I'm on a holiday visa. Between entries I explore the rest of Asia or I can do a border run for £12. There is no crack down on digital nomads.
Posted 8th Mar 2014Posted 8th Mar 2014
1 way flight to Australia and a working visa for £498 @ STA Travel£498
Not sure if this is a hot deal, but seems like a good deal to me if you're planning a move to Australia.
Is there much opportunity for work? Somebody told me that employers are encouraged to give jobs to Australians over brits so I'm a bit worried I'd be unemployed and skint after a month.
Eek, reviews of STA are terrible. Granted, this isn't expecting all that much of them, but I can't afford any hassle with my visa and obviously the flight either. Any trouble from anyone here? Saving money is great but the last thing I want hassle with in the UK for a year or 2 is this!
For anyone who's booked via this deal, is there decent flight availability? My finger's on the trigger, but want to make sure I could get a flight in late May/early June...
Thanks for posting this, went for it! :D
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Posted 10th Feb 2014Posted 10th Feb 2014
Flights from Dublin to Brisbane in Decfor Christmas and New year for only £692 per person with STA Travel£692
Found some flights today from Dublin to Brisbane costing only £691.80 per person. We booked for 10th Dec to 03rd Jan but other dates available are, out from 08-10 Dec and back bet… Read more
Hot. Good airline too. It's that con of a tax the APD that puts so much on long haul flights from UK. £388 for a family of 4 flying to Australia.Add to that Heathrow charges for parking a plane, about the highest in the world and an airline has to sell out it's business class just to recover the fees. "Similar taxes in several other countries have been abolished after it became clear that they were harming the economy. Most recently, in October, the Irish government scrapped its aviation tax."
This is hot hot hot
Posted 19th Jan 2014Posted 19th Jan 2014
STA travel adventure sale £399 (exc. flights)
Various tours and adventures all priced at £399. Some absolute bargains to be had. 18 nights in Ecuador anyone?
Looks like I'll do what I normally do then & see things at my own pace, I guess the appeal of this is that you would be sharing the whole experience with a group & could make some very good friends. Planning a big trip next year so will add Himalayas & Ecuador to th agenda. Thanks for sharing :)
Not one of the more enlightened companies as they only accept under 40's. Dont know what they think happens to you after that age!!.
I went to Ecuador in 2009. Beautiful country. make sure you check out the death road to Mount Cayambe, Climb Cotopaxi & Chimborazo. Quito is a nice city apart from the eyesore that is the Virgin of Quito Statue. Also check out Banos where Mount Tungurahua erupts quite often & there are a couple of bunjee swings on the outskirts. I also went to Kathmandu in 2011. It is a very filthy city & you take your life into your hands when crossing the road. However it is a gateway into the Khumbu Valley in the Himalayas. If you are doing a trek to say Mera Peak or Island Peak then a few days in Kathmandu is tolerable. Then you have the flight to Lukla. Highly recommend this flight if you're looking for adventure. Also i got to see Mount Makalu, Kanchenjunga & Everest whilst on the Mera La.
Posted 22nd May 2013Posted 22nd May 2013
Flights to New York from 335£, Delhi 379£ at STA Travel Flash Sale£335
Exclusive 2 Day Flash Sale. STARTS 10AM ON WEDS 22 MAY ENDS 20:30PM ON THURS 23 MAY Most of these flights are just valid for travel between 10th November till 10th December 2013.… Read more
Fare 1: Carrier AF VPRGB MAN to BKK (rules) Passenger type ADT, round trip fare, booking code L, V Covers MAN-CDG (Economy), CDG-BKK (Economy) £45.50 Fare 2: Carrier AF VPRGB BKK to MAN (rules) Passenger type ADT, round trip fare, booking code V, L Covers BKK-CDG (Economy), CDG-MAN (Economy) £45.50 (YR) £210.00 French Aviation Civile Tax (FR) £10.30 French International Passenger Service Charge (QX) £19.20 French Airport Tax (FR) £14.00 United Kingdom Air Passengers Duty (GB) £83.00 United Kingdom Passenger Service Charge (UB) £14.60 Thailand Passenger Service Charge (TS) £16.00 Subtotal per passenger £458.10 Number of passengers x1 TOTAL AIRFARE & TAXES £458.10 This ticket is non-refundable. No changes may be made to this ticket after purchase.
KL to Singapore was £11 last time i looked about a month ago (or take the bus) and I have just flown from KL to HAN (Hanoi, Vietnam) for £30... KL is a great place for flights to the rest of Asia...
Is it possible to switch KL for Singapore or Vietnam? Good deal, thanks!
This looks like a great price, shame you got be a student.
Excellent deal. KL to Bangkok overland is a piece of cake with loads to see and do.