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Flight Deal: Malaysia For As Low As $329 Round-Trip

By Parker Diakite

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As Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur is a beautiful and vibrant city that’s known for its iconic infrastructure.

In the middle of the city is a modern skyline that’s dominated by the Petronas Twin Towers. The glass and steel towers include a public sky bridge and an observation deck that offers breathtaking views of the city.

If you want to experience authentic Malaysian culture, then head to the street and night markets in Kuala Lumpur. Here will you find a combination of locally made products, including arts and crafts, accessories, fashion, and food. Top markets include Jalan Alor Street Food Night Market; Pasar Malam Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman; and  Pasar Malam Taman Connaught.

Are you ready for a trip to Kuala Lumpur? Here’s how to travel to Malaysia for as low as $329 round-trip.

From Los Angeles

Right now, flights from Los Angeles are priced at $329 to Malaysia, according to Skyscanner. The only downside to this flight is you should prepare to spend the night in Shanghai with the 20-hour layover.


From New York City

Round-trips flights to Kuala Lumpur are priced as low as $411 from New York City, according to Skyscanner. Use Sept. 11 through Sept 25 as your travel dates.

From San Francisco

Round-trip flights from San Francisco are priced as low as $465, according to Skyscanner.

Use Sept. 4 through Sept. 12 as your travel dates and keep in mind that there’s also a long layover in Shanghai with this flight option.

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