• 1/8/2020 11:10 AM
  • João

High Season! Cheap flights from New York to Malaysia or Thailand from only $405!

Good deal!

Great opportunity to visit Malaysia! 4* China Southern Airlines are offering cheap flights from New York, USA to exotic Penang or Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia or Bangkok or Phuket, Thailand from only $405 for a roundtrip!

Fly to Malaysia and discover a country full of contrasts. From the skyscrapers of its capital, Kuala Lumpur to the stunning beaches, rainforests, waterfalls and jungles with an important variety of wildlife on the beautiful island of Langkawi! 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:
January – March 2020

Sample dates:
Jan 24 – Feb 9, Feb 21 – Mar 1, Feb 21 – Mar 6, feb 23 – Mar 6, Feb 23 – Mar 8,

New York – Bangkok – New York
New York – Phuket – New York
New York – Penang – New York
New York – Kuala Lumpur – New York

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag and one piece of checked in baggage per passenger.

Sample bookings:
New York – Kuala Lumpur – New York >>>

New York – Penang – New York >>>

New York – Bangkok – New York >>>

New York – Phuket – New York >>>

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.

In Phuket you can stay at the top-rated DE42 Hotel.This property features an outdoor pool and air conditioned rooms with seating area and ensuite bathroom.

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