Cheap flights to Malaysia
Malaysia has something for everyone. At the crossroads of Southeast Asia, this rapidly growing nation is one of the best budget holiday destinations whether your tastes run to beaches and bars, adventurous activities or retail therapy, or thriving cities and untouched landscapes. With our cheap flights to Malaysia, you can explore every corner of this exciting country. And, if you're a teacher, student or under 26, you'll save even more with our exclusive Black Market Flights airfares.
Flights from Australia to Malaysia usually disembark at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) in Sepang, 50 kilometres south of the capital, or at Langkawi International Airport (LGK). Public buses, taxis and the KLIA Ekspres and Transit trains will get you to KL, while taxis take you to your accommodation in Langkawi.
Direct flights from Australia to Malaysia usually depart from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne as well as other services from most capital cities. From Sydney to Kuala Lumpur, the non-stop flying time is around 8 hours, and 8.5 hours to Langkawi. Other flights may be longer if they include a stopover, most likely in Australia or Asia. During the flight, airlines will often provide a hot meal, drinks and snacks as well as various in-flight entertainment. For specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Malaysia
Major airlines that fly from Australia to Malaysia:
Malaysia Holiday Packages
Want to visit the islands of Langkawi, see the Batu Caves and check out KL from Petronas Towers? At Student Flights, our travel consultants can help you make the most of your Malaysia holiday with personalised packages and specials. From free hotel nights to complimentary breakfasts and all-inclusive tours, our Malaysia holiday packages really pack more in.
Like the tagline says: Malaysia is truly the best of Asia. You can see the historic colonial sites, indulge in world-class shopping and eat your way around Southeast Asia in the cities, and then see your tropical island daydream come to life in the idyllic islands of Langkawi. Not to mention the wildlife of Sabah and cultural festivals of Penang. Adrenalin junkies have plenty to keep them occupied here, while the diving off Sipadan is top-notch too.
For more deets on what to see and do in Malaysia, check out our Malaysia Travel Guide. And, if you need some assistance putting your dream Malaysia holiday package together, call our Student Flights travel consultants for up-to-the-minute info about flights, accommodation and tours.