Cheap flights Malaysia

You want to book all-inclusive flights to Malaysia? Through this portal you can find the right flight tickets to this amazing place. Choose your departure airport, the airport you want to fly to, the desired flight dates and the number of tickets you need. Then click on search. You immediately discover the best ticket deals for flights to Malaysia from the most famous airlines like Turkish Airlines (TK), China Southern Airlines (CZ) & KLM (KL). Booking a flight online is surprisingly affordable, safe and and is super fast.


Low cost flight tickets to Malaysia

Malaysia is another jewel in South East Asia, though an Islamic country Malaysia is a great option for tourists to explore and is completely hassle free probably the most hassle free in the whole of South East Asia. The culture is fusion of Malay, Chinese and Indian cultures, Malaysia is a progressive country so one can see beaming high rises and glass towers many tourists indulge in scuba diving as Malaysian beaches are quite popular with travelers for that. Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia other major destinations being Penang and Melaka. Find and book the cheapest flights to Malaysia today! In our comparator you can get started with the best ticketbrokers.

Country Information

Malaysia is a wonderful area of Asia. Payments go with the Malaysian ringgit (MYR). You can make yourself understood in Malay, English. You are dealing with a Wet equatorial climate. The annual average temperature is 29 degrees centigrade °C. A great travel period is June to August. The socket type is G (240 V, 50 Hz). The major airport is Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Kuala Lumpur (IATA code: KUL). The large national Malaysian air passenger carrier is Malaysia Airlines. The normal price level is: very cheap. An average hotel stay has a rate of about €43 for two persons. Also check out our page about flying cheaply to Kenya or Uzbekistan.

CountryMalaysia (MY)
ContinentAsia
Flight typeIntercontinental flight
National AirportKuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL)
CityKuala Lumpur
Websitehttp://www.klia.com.my
Phone+60 3-8776 2000
Largest AirlineMalaysia Airlines

Click through for well-known destinations:

  • Marudi
  • Ba’kelalan
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Kota Kinabalu
  • Seremban
  • Sibu
  • Kuantan
  • Mukah
  • Mulu
  • Penang
  • Miri
  • Kerteh
  • Langkawi
  • Kudat
  • Labuan

  • Last minute flights June 2024: affordable flight ticket deals

    Are you interested in a cheap flight to Malaysia? That’s very simple. Here are some tips: look for deals from no-nonsense airline, inquire about available early bird discount, keep an eye out for last minute offers and only take hand luggage with you. By means of a booking platform like Jetcost.nl you can buy the cheapest flights to Malaysia. This can be done e.g. with airlines like SriLankan Airlines (UL), Singapore Airlines (SQ) & Qatar Airways (QR).

    Which month is the best to fly?

    • January 2023: relatively cheap month to fly.
    • February 2023: you can go here during the spring break.
    • March 2023: opt for a package holiday if you want maximum guarantee.
    • April 2023: a city trip in the city of Kuala Lumpur.
    • May 2023: enjoy the ultimate comfort in an all-inclusive resort.
    • June 2023: book your flight and hotel deal in advance to be sure of the prices.
    • July 2023: during the summer holidays it can be busy at the airport.
    • August 2023: a wide range of different cheap flight holiday packages.
    • September 2023: keep an eye out for last minute flights.
    • October 2023: travel to this beautiful destination during the autumn holidays.
    • November: 2022: during the winter holidays there are options for every budget.
    • December: 2022: chasing the winter sun during the Christmas Holidays!

    Overview with Malaysian airline companies

    1. Turkish Airlines (TK): a generous flight with first-class tickets.
    2. China Southern Airlines (CZ): choose Business class if you are on a business trip.
    3. KLM (KL): the economy class is suitable for tourists (lower price).
    4. SriLankan Airlines (UL): on some flights an onboard meal is offered.
    5. Singapore Airlines (SQ): during the flight you can enjoy your entertainment system.
    6. Qatar Airways (QR): there is enough space for some hand luggage.
    7. Etihad Airways (EY): it’s easy to book extra checked hold baggage for the flight.
    8. Malaysia Airlines (MH): online check-in and boarding pass accessible through the App.
    9. Malaysia Airlines: the flight attendants present will help you with questions.
    10. Emirates (EK): often a reduced rate for children and babies.

    Largest airport: Kuala Lumpur International Airport

    A good airfield nearby is Kuala Lumpur International Airport. This is a large airport (on 21 meters above the sea level) that lies in Kuala Lumpur. Here you have an excellent connection with many major airlines. You can navigate to: PPW5+6X Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia. Want to know more? Visit the website http://www.klia.com.my. Or inquire by telephone via +60 3-8776 2000. You can fly here with airlines such as Etihad Airways (EY), Malaysia Airlines (MH), Malaysia Airlines and Emirates (EK). The national airline is Malaysia Airlines.

    Local departure airports in June 2024

    • Kuala Lumpur International Airport: the country’s main hub.
    • George Bush Intercontinental Houston Airport (IAH): safe and reliable parking near the entrance.
    • Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT): quickly drop off and pick up your car with valet parking.
    • Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport (SHA): after you have gone through security and customs you can relax.
    • Brussels Airport (BRU): clear and spacious gates / departure hall with good directions.
    • Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG): after landing you will enter a spacious arrival hall / terminal.
    • Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport (FCO): very well accessible by public transport and train.
    • Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL): easily keep an eye on arrival and departure times.
    • Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO): a big and exclusive lounge for business trips.
    • Zürich Airport (ZRH): after checking in you can do some tax-free shopping (duty-free).
    • Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK): very user-friendly airport with all amenities.
    • London Stansted Airport (STN): there is a sufficient supply of hotel rooms available near the airport.
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    Visit Kuala Lumpur

    A multiracial city Kuala Lumpur or more commonly referred as KL is the Capital city of Malaysia. The city is the mix of Chinese, Malays, Indian Chettiars, and Indian Muslims people spread in different areas of the city. The town was developed for its tin mines in the British rule. The country got its independence from British in 1957. The city suffered through two world wars, State of Emergency and the rubber and tin commodity crash. Today KL boasts of having the second tallest building in the world. The city today is a heaven for shoppers into its huge shopping malls. While the city has changed into a prosperous modern metropolis, it also has a traditional touch to it through its old historical monuments and calm closeness to the natural spaces. The city presents its vivid culture to the visitors.

    • Petronas Twin Towers: Constructed 1992-1998, The Petronas Twin Towers built between 1992 and 1998 were the World’s tallest towers between years 1998 and 2004. Now the towers are rated second tallest to the Taipei 101 building in Taiwan. The beauty of the towers and the town around could be enjoyed from one of the highest suspended bridges – Skybridge at the towers. In fact, Skybridge is the highest point that the visitors can go up to over the towers.
    • Kuala Lumpur Tower: Constructed 1991-1995, constructed between 1991 and 1995 the KL Tower or Menara Kuala Lumpur are used mainly as antenna for telecommunication and broadcasting transmissions. The tower is the fifth tallest in the world today with elevators and stairs to go to the revolving restaurant on the upper area. There are yearly races at the KL tower of reaching to the top through stairs. The tower is used as observatory to watch the moon during the Muslim festivals and at the beginning of the holy month of Ramdhan. The Tower is designed also with beautiful designs reflecting Malaysian Islamic culture.
    • Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre: The KL Convention Centre or KLCC is an important part of the KL city and is a major convention and exhibition centre there. The centre is spread over 100 acres and is as good as a city itself which includes, Petronas Twin Towers and KLCC Park as major attractions there. The centre is made for hosting international standard events like exhibitions, seminars, conventions, conferences and entertainment events.
    • Genting Theme Park: Situated 2000 meters above sea level with 40 rides The Genting Theme Park is a major attraction in Kuala Lumpur. Apart from the roller coaster ride, tube drops, flight simulator and splash pool like fast paced entertainment; you can also enjoy the tasty food at the restaurants inside the park. If you enjoy shopping, The First World Plaza is available with fashion accessories and modern, trendy things selling for you. There is a Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum right inside the plaza. You can also find the Malaysia’s only licensed casino – Casino de Genting. You can visit the concert hall – Arena of Stars in the plaza which has a history of having a wide range of programs right from magic shows to opera and pop singers shows.
    • Berjaya Hills: A perfect gateway for the nature lovers, Berjaya hills offers you a range of recreational activities and cultural attractions. A lovely French village – just out of photographs – Colmar Tropicale welcomes your taste buds with its delicious pizza and pastries or with its fine French cuisine. You can also eventually enjoy street performances of the artists here. You can also enjoy a botanical garden with a lovely walkway to take a lazy walk in the forest. You will get a chance to view experiments done on apples, pears and also will find here seven different species of strawberries. Around 200 rabbits run along the Rabbit park on the hills, which is a sight to enjoy along with a lot of fun activities in this park.
    • Lost World of Tambun: The Lost World is a water theme park and the latest attraction in KL. You will find an adventure river floating you along different architectural landscapes in the park. This river also has a wave generator so your ride gets exciting even more. Tubed Raiders would toss and turn you as you crash down in high speed through the large tubes in the water. After such fun filled high speed rides, just relax in the 100 % natural hot water springs, this water also has healing properties.
    • Little India & Brickfields: If you take a walk along Masjid India Street, you will get a feel of walking through Indian roads. This area in KL is full of traditional Indian shops selling Indian merchandise like colorful Saris and dresses and Indian music and movies. While you listen to the blasting Indian music enjoy the traditional Indian food and sip at the Indian tea.
    • Kampung Baru: Like you enjoy the Indian feel in little India, you see the authentic Malaysia when you visit Kampung Baru. This is the oldest Malay residential area in KL. You find traditional Malaysian wooden houses in this area. This area was founded in 1899 and offers a culture completely contrasting to the modern KL seen at other places. The Pasar Minggu, or Sunday market gives you a complete Malay experience of shopping the traditional jewellery and clothes as well as handicrafts and you also enjoy the Malay food here.
    • Batu Caves: Batu Caves situated in the north of KL is a religious place of Hindus. The caves have 272 steps leading to it in the limestone mound where the caves are located. Sunlight filters through the opening in the roof making the caves look mysterious and charming. As you walk a little up from these caves, you reach to the Dark Cave. But this cave is not completely open for visitors. Due to its natural sources like a range of plants and trees and also bats, snakes and spiders found in this area.
    • National Museum: Malaysia’s most important museum is The National Museum built in 1963 in Kuala Lumpur. The building reflects a traditional Malay architecture as well as modern structure design. Just at the entrance an original old railway engine and some other old vehicles welcome you. In the two wings of the museum various exhibitions of historical items, cultural things and handicrafts, some old times weapons and currencies as well as galleries of special plants and flowers are spread over. The museum also hosts educational shows and exhibitions often.
    • National Mosque: The National Mosque in KL is an example of a traditional mosque with Islamic art and calligraphy into modern construal design. This beautiful mosque with an umbrella like blue tinged roof was opened in 1965. The visitors need to enter barefoot inside the mosque.
    • Thean Hou Temple: One of the oldest temples in Southeast Asia is The Thean Hou Temple in KL. This beautifully decorated temple is based on the top of the hill. The temple has wonderful designs on the roof with magnificent wall paintings along its walls. This temple is popular among Chinese for its festivals and as wedding venue.

    Melaka

    Melaka or Malacca is on the west coast of peninsular Malaysia, the town has a sleepy and laid back atmosphere. Melaka has a rich historic heritage and was designated as a World Heritage Sites in July 2008. For visitors there are a host of attractions to explore.

    • Heritage area (Older Part): The old heritage area has many an important attraction, there are museums, a old palace and other attractions such as Stadthuys, Christ Church, Red Square, Muzium Budaya, Baba and Nyonya Peranakan Museum, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, Taming Sari Revolving Tower and more.
    • Poh San Teng Temple: Poh San Teng Temple was founded in 1795, the temple was founded by Kapitan China Chua Su Cheong as a graveyard temple, the temple is located at the foot of Bukit China and next to Hang Li Po’s Well.
    • Melaka Zoo: Melaka Zoo is one of the best zoos in Malaysia, it is a great destination if traveling with kids, the zoo is located in Ayer Keroh.

    Penang

    Penang Islands is located on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia by the Strait of Malacca, Penang is called ‘Pearl of the Orient’, the place has great mixture of Indian, Chinese, European and Malay cultures, the place is a tourist hotspot in Malaysia and has host of attractions, colonial heritage and some good beaches to explore

    • Kek Lok Si Temple: Kek Lok Si Temple is located near the village of Ayer Hitam, it is said to be the largest Buddhist temple in South-East Asia. The temple has a giant statue of Kuan Yin.
    • Botanical Park: The Penang Botanic Gardens were build in 1884 by Charles Curtis, the place is known as Waterfall Gardens by the locals as there is a waterfall located within it, the place is quiet popular among the locals.
    • Penang Bridge: Penang Bridge is one of the longest bridges in the world and a major landmark here, the bridge spans 8.4 km over water, the bridge connects the Penang Island to the mainland.
    • Penang Hill: Penang Hill gives a great view of Penang Island, one can hike up the hill or there is the Penang Hill Railway (a little cable train service) that can take you up there.
    • Snake Temple: The Snake Temple of Penang was built in 1850; the temple is famous as it has pit vipers living within the temple grounds, the number of snakes has dwelled over the years and also they are devenomed, the temple was build in memory of memory of the renowned Chinese monk Chor Soo Kong.
    • War Museum: War Museum is a large abandoned military fortress built in 1930’s; the place is located at southeastern tip of Penang. The place was build by the British.

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