Malaysia Airlines has launched its latest seat sale, with offers including reduced-price flights to Malaysia, Thailand and Australia.

British travellers looking for flights to Malaysia, Thailand or Australia may be interested to learn that five-star operator Malaysia Airlines has launched its March sale.

Book before April 5th and you can get special rates on routes to a range of destinations in South East Asia, including Kuala Lumpur, for just £599.

Local attractions on offer include the Islamic Arts Museum, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, the Petronas Twin Towers and Batu Caves.

Other routes include flights to Phuket for just £579 and flights to Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Melbourne from £719.

Travellers heading down under can also discover the country’s west coast with cheap flights to Perth for just £669.

If you’re looking for a luxury experience, then you can get business class tickets for the special price of £1,999 each way.

These fares apply for departure dates up until June 20th, with routes running as frequently as 14 times per week.

Malaysian Airlines has recently released a mobile app called MHbuddy, which allows passengers to change seats and check-in using Facebook.

Written by Nicholas Scott

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