ALL ABOARD: $129 Flights To Malaysia Are Popping Off Right Now

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All your annual leave booked up and nowhere to go? Boy do we have some news for you.

The latest in what seems to be a non-stop bonanza of cheap airfare announcements are AirAsia‘s one-way tix to Kuala Lumpur. This comes just a week after the same airline announced cheapies to Seoul, Korea, and if they were a person I’d marry them for continuously keeping things interesting.

You can grab the flights direct to KL from right now to May 7, for travel dates between May 4, 2017 and August 31, 2017. The tickets are one-way and exclude extras like baggage and seat selection, which is to be expected with these kind of deals tbh.

Flights are departing from Gold Coast, Perth, Sydney and Melbourne, starting from $129* with the option to keep going to Phuket and Bangkok for as lil’ as $199*.

Referred to by the cool kids as KL, this Malaysian must-do is still relatively underrated and tbh it’s hard to see why. You can hit up their labyrinth of spooky caves, get lost in culture and hop around the sights of Malaysia’s capital, such as the slightly-terrifying sky box.

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Better yet, hit up Borneo when you’re done, situated on the Malaysian and Indonesia border, or keep on flying right through to Phuket or Bangkok in Thailand.

While you’ve probably been there already (maybe you even drank out of a bucket; I did), we recommend hauling ass back over there and seeing all the things you missed out on when you were strapped for time. This is the opp you’ve been waiting for. Whether it’s a 2-hour ferry from Phuket to the stunning Phi Phi Islands full of limestome cliffs, viking caves, white-sand beaches and snorkelling opps, this is the luxe yet chill vaycay you need and deserve.

All that’s left to do is convince the boss.

Photo: Flickr / Jorge Láscar.

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