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Grab your cheap flights to Malaysia to start your mesmerizing vacation from the spectacular city of Kuala Lumpur, or make Langkawi your perfect holiday retreat. Visit the grand PETRONAS Twin Towers to see the marvel of Malaysian development or see the richness of culture at the Islamic Arts Museum. Natural development is prominently existent at t Kuala Lumpur Birds Park, Langkawi Wildlife Park and Lake Garden Park, while Gunung Mat Cincang will give you a great hike. Langkawi Cable Car helps you enjoy the scenic aerial view of this holiday paradise. Pasir Tengkorak Beach will provide you a welcoming swim and Cenang Beach is best for sunbathing. Penang Botanical Gardens will allow you to refresh among the best of plants, bales and flowers while Arulmigu Temple will let you have a true spiritual peace in its serenity. Escape Adventure play is a perfect theme park to enjoy with your family. Visit the Jubilee Clock Tower and Cathedral of the Assumption to see the best of architecture in this fascinating Malaysian city.


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Destination : Kuala Lumpur (KUL)
Departure : London Heathrow (LHR)
Travel Between : 20 October, 2015 - 11 December, 2015
Destination : Kuala Lumpur (KUL)
Departure : London Heathrow (LHR)
Travel Between : 25 October, 2015 - 08 December, 2015
Destination : Kota Kinabalu (BKI)
Departure : London Heathrow (LHR)
Travel Between : 16 November, 2015 - 03 December, 2015
Destination : Kuching (KCH)
Departure : London Heathrow (LHR)
Travel Between : 08 October, 2015 - 09 December, 2015
Destination : Langkawi (LGK)
Departure : London Heathrow (LHR)
Travel Between : 11 August, 2015 - 10 December, 2015
Destination : Johor Bahru (JHB)
Departure : London Heathrow (LHR)
Travel Between : 15 August, 2015 - 11 December, 2015
Malaysia Christmas flights
Destination : Johor Bahru (JHB)
Departure : London Heathrow (LHR)
Travel Between : 11 December, 2015 - 31 December, 2015

Dont know much about Malaysia? Our travel guide to Malaysia gives you all the information you need to know about travel.

Why travel to Malaysia?

The jewel of the Far East, Malaysia is the tropical cluster spawning modern metropolitan development in its cities. Iconic landmarks which identify Malaysia's global prestige internationally are the skyscrapers, among which the Kuala Lumpur Tower glows an orb-like observation deck above the skyline of the capital city. The Petronas Towers have also remained the centre of attention, with the twin towers being frequently used for sponsored events such as base-jumping and wall climbing. Other main landmarks of modern design include the KL Tower, Seri Saujana Bridge and Kuala Lumpur Circuit. Ipoh and Malacca colonial settlements preserved over centuries. Fraser’s hill is a complete colonial hill station, while the Portuguese colonial fortress of A Famosa has a few of its major components left preserved from its original structure. There is no shortage of landmarks when it comes to availing a tropical holiday on an exclusive island in Malaysia. Payar island, Manukan island, Pangkor island, Turtle island, Redang island, Tioman island and Perhentian islands are listed among the countless islands hosting resorts, beaches and tropical reserves undisrupted from the rush of mass tourism.  Tunku Abdul Rehman National Park is a protected park for exploring marine turfs and remote beaches, spread throughout its marina marked by 5 separate islands. In terms of water sports, the country has fostered quite a reputation. The most prominent sports are white water rafting and scuba diving; white water rafting is categorized in terms of professionalism and difficulty across most of the rivers and tributaries, while Sipadan and Layang Layang are scuba diving spots along Borneo and East Coast islands. The Malaysian countryside is marked and protected with numerous national parks, each marking a different reserve or terrain. Swamp forests and mountain caves make any nature trek an adventure at the Gunung Mulu National Park. Dense rainforest canopies with high humidity make the eastern jungle trails a prime target for scenery explorers, making Taman Negara, Kilim Garst Geoforest Park, Penang National Park,  Semengoh Nature Reserve and Bako National Park the main components for landscape diversity in this region. Special adventures regarding spelunking and rock climbing can be pursued at the limestone caves of Niah National Park, the cave temples of Batu as well as the Mulu Deer caves. Mount Kinabalu and Penang hill have proper trails and accommodation facilities for getting a good and raised view of the entire surroundings. The tea plantations and Rafflesia reserves of Cameron Highlands, and Danum Valley of the island of Borneo are highly recommended landmarks to explore exquisite natural beauty. The vibrant diversity of birdlife indigenous to the region is on exhibit at the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park. The bird park, along with Penang Botanical Waterfall gardens, KLCC waterpark and Tropical Spice Garden, highlight the greenery efforts for maintaining developed areas within urban settlements. The tourism administration has established an entire complex for housing structures of mosques originating from the traditional Islamic architectures worldwide. The Islamic Civilization Park even includes a smaller version of the Taj Mahal, a replica of a masterpiece which stands today since the Mughal era. There is a separate Islamic Arts Museum established in the capital. The National Mosque of Malaysia, Sultan Abu Bakr Mosque, Putra mosque and the Crystal Mosque are other major regional mosques spread throughout the country, each designed and constructed in its own fashion and age, from pre independence to modern contemporary styles. Buddhist heritage is marked at the Batu Cave temples, Cheng Hoon Teng, Kek Lok Si and the Thean Hou Temple, with some of them presenting a mix of Chinese, Confucian and Taoist influence in the area.


What are the destinations of Malaysia flights from UK?

The main international destination of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur, which serves as a regional hub in Southeast Asia, catering to most of the air traffic in the region. The airport is the 18th busiest airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic, with 5000 international Malaysia flights operating on a weekly basis. Penang is the second aviation hub, with 650 flights serving 25 cities. Kuching is the second operational hub of the national flag carrier, Malaysia Airlines. Kota Kinabhalu, Langkawi, Johor Barhu, Kuantan and Borneo are additional minor destinations spread across the country.


Which airlines are operating Malaysia flights from London?

Main airlines targeting Malaysia as a destination are Etihad Airways, Cathay Pacific, Qantas, Turkish Airlines, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Malaysia Airlines, Air France, and KLM. Other airlines that operate in and out of Malaysia are Air China, China Southern Airlines, Oman Air, Singapore Airlines, Asiana Airlines and Royal Brunei Airlines when it comes to serving the cheapest flight deals. 

Are there any airlines operating direct flights to Malaysia?

Yes, both the flag carriers of UK and Malaysia, British Airways and Malaysia Airlines are operating direct flights between London and Kuala Lumpur. 


What is the estimated flight duration for Malaysia flights to reach from the UK?

Direct flights take about 12.5 hours to land at Kuala Lumpur from London. In terms of connecting flights, the flight duration lasts at least 15 hours, while a single stopover exists lasting another hour or two. 


How to manage getting around in Malaysia?

The main mediums of public transport include rail, bus and taxi travel. Taxi travel is the main option for travel within the main avenues and commercial areas, while area to area as well as long distance travel consistently varies between trains or buses. Long distance taxis also operate to cater for passengers who are to travel on a shared basis, while minibuses also exist on certain routes between towns. Train networks are split between local trains and express trains, with express trains operating along the coastal route and having premier and sleeper cabins, and local trains being slower with frequent stops while serving only economy class. Certain older localities and small towns rely on the traditional trishaws, or tricycle taxis, for winding through narrow alleys and streets in congested zones. The country has two of the busiest ports of the world, with water transportation supported by multiple ferry terminals and services. Certain islands and resorts primarily rely on ferries and jetties for access. 


What are the hotel and accommodation options in Malaysia?

In terms of accommodation facilities Malaysia proves to be quiet preferential and suitable for both budget and luxury vacations. Towards the coastal side, beaches and islands have resorts and clubs providing all water sport services, relaxation amenities and outdoor bars and cafes. The main cities and towns are centred with high rise towers and buildings having suites, deluxe rooms as well as service apartments, which specifically focus on room service, bedding and television along with furnishing. Central business areas, commercial plazas and international transportation facilities like airports and hubs are also clustered with business hotels and motels to let in the regular rush of business travellers arriving in the country. Upon detailed research, one may come across boutique hotels, lodges, and a few bed and breakfast offers located towards the outskirts of cities as well as small towns. 


 Any idea of average expenses to expected for a vacation in Malaysia?

  • A single meal at an international fast food chain: £ 1.9
  • A large bottle of mineral water: £ 0.33
  • An imported cigarette pack: £ 2
  • A regular bottle of soft drink: £0.34
  • An average taxi trip within the city: £ 2.4
  • A local commutation ticket: £ 0.31
  • Common budget hotel accommodation: £15
  • Standard Michelin star hotel: £50

Handy Tips To Know Before your departure flight to Malaysia!

  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is 6553 miles far from London, United Kingdom
  • Malaysia Airlines is the only airline providing direct flights to Malaysia from London Heathrow
  • Emirates, Qatar Airways, KLM, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines and Malaysia Airlines are preferred airlines by travellers flying to Malaysia
  • Kuala Lumpur International Airport serves as a major airport for flights coming into Malaysia.
  • Its a 7 hour time difference between UK and Malaysia.
  • The lowest time taken to fly to Malaysia is almost 13 hours 30 minutes via a direct flight from London. 
  • Malaysia has 63 airports altogether and the main ones are Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Kota Kinabalu Airport, Penang International Airport, Kuching Airport and Langkawi Airport. 
  • The lowest possible fare for Malaysia starts from £509 and can go higher than £1900 with Business class.
  • £1 equals to almost 5 Malaysian Ringgits
  • Avail Malaysia flights from all major UK airports. 
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