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Amazing deal: New York to Kuala Lumpur then to Sydney, Australia flight roundtrip as low as $666.

DEPART:
New York, USA

ARRIVE:
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Sydney, Australia

RETURN:
New York, USA

AVAILABILITY: 
October – November

We start posting some interesting itineraries: 2in1 or, like this one — 3in1 trips.

These trips may require booking legs (tickets) separately, but you may may benefit a lot from the price.

Today’s itinerary require booking legs separately.

Note, That Air Asia X (flight to Sydney, Australia) allows one piece of cabin bag on board that must not exceed 56cm x 36cm x 23cm including handles, wheels and side pockets. This bag must be able to fit in the overhead compartment. In addition to that, you may carry one piece of  laptop bag, handbag, backpack or any other small bag that must not exceed 40cm x 30cm x 10cm. This item must be able to fit under the seat in front of you. The total permitted weight for two (2) pieces must not exceed 7kg. Checked-in luggage for extra fees.

Also, note a 21-hour stop in China on your return to New York, but you can get a transit visa and have quick look of China’s traditions. You can read more about China’s transit visas HERE.

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