• 4/11/2019 5:20 PM
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Cheap flights from Australia to Kuala Lumpur from only AU$188!

Cheap!

AirAsia X is offering cheap, non-stop flights from many Australian cities to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia starting as low as AU$188 round trip!

Fly to Malaysia and discover a country full of contrasts. From the skyscrapers of its capital, Kuala Lumpur, to the idyllic fishing villages or the incredible fauna and flora of Borneo to spectacular beaches. If you have an adventurous spirit, the country is also a great destination for activities such as diving, trekking or kite surfing!

Start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides

Travel dates:
April – October 2020

Routing:
Perth – Kuala Lumpur – Perth
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Melbourne – Kuala Lumpur – Melbourne
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Sydney – Kuala Lumpur – Sydney
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Gold Coast – Kuala Lumpur – Gold Coast
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Baggage during the trip:
One main cabin bag and one other small item per passenger.

Sample bookings:
Perth – Kuala Lumpur – Perth >>>

Melbourne (AVV) – Kuala Lumpur – Melbourne (AVV) >>>

Sydney – Kuala Lumpur – Sydney >>>

Gold Coast – Kuala Lumpur – Gold Coast >>>

Accommodation:
In Kuala Lumpur, 5* Hotel Bangi-Putrajaya features rooms with a private balcony, offering views of the golf course or landscaped outdoor pool. It boasts 5 dining options and a fitness centre.  Equipped with a private bathroom with bath and shower facilities, spacious air-conditioned rooms feature a sofa and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Each room comes with tea/coffee making facilities and a minibar, along with room service.

Airport Transfers:
Take advantage of cheap transfers on Rideways.com>>>

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