Find the cheapest flight to Malaysia
There are several international airports throughout Malaysia, but by far the most people will enter and exit the country through Malaysia’s main international airport – Kuala Lumpur International Airport (airport code KUL). It is not only the main airport for Malaysia, it is a major hub for all of Asia (especially South East Asia), along with Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, Hong Kong International and Singapore’s Changi Airport.
Kuala Lumpur International sits roughly 50km away from the capital city and serves as the primary hub airport for Malaysia Airlines, MASkargo, AirAsia, and AirAsia X. A full list of airlines serving Kuala Lumpur is here, and you can track incoming and outgoing flights here. Maps of the airport are available via a link on the front page to help you find your way around. Passenger facilities and services are listed here, while you will find your dining options here and shopping options here. Getting to and from the Kuala Lumpur airport is easy with buses, taxis, trains, and car rentals to choose from. You can learn more about each option here.
More Information on Malaysia
This Southeast Asian country is part island, part mainland, and an amazing and varied collection of regions and cultures. While the mainland parts of Malaysia include the capital city, historic sights and UNESCO World Heritage Sites, if you are at all interested in islands then you should make a beeline for the islands of Malaysia. In addition to the fantastic beaches, these islands also offer excellent diving opportunities – including some around coral reefs.