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A return flight to Malaysia for under $500?


A return trip to Malaysia for under $500?

It sounds too good to be true, but Trip.com, a global travel services provider, has partnered with Tourism Malaysia to offer Australian travellers deals on their next trip to Malaysia, including return flights from $488.

The Discover Malaysia campaign has been launched as Australian travellers look to travel within Asia as an option to trips to Europe.

Trip.com's campaign with Tourism Malaysia will run to August 15, offering a selection of discounted promotions on flights and hotels. For a full rundown of what is on offer, visit here: Discover Malaysia | Trip.com.

I suspect it will be the quick and the dead.

The campaign is being showcased to the people of Sydney on the city's Light Rail Tram network.

Malaysian High Commissioner Dato' Roslan Tan Sri Abdul Rahman said: “We welcome the people of Australia to discover Malaysia on their next trip.

"Our nation has it all, from bustling multicultural cities, top hotels and attractions to beach resorts and rainforest getaways. Through Tourism Malaysia's collaboration with Trip.com, we are offering Australians a wonderful opportunity to visit and discover Malaysia for themselves. Come over!”

Edison Chen, general manager of Destination Marketing and Strategic Alliances at Trip.com Group, said: “We hope with restrictions now lifted, more Australian travellers will once again travel to Malaysia. Malaysia is a truly unique and amazing place to visit - an all-encompassing top Asian destination.”

The Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board, also known as Tourism Malaysia, is an agency under the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia.

See http://malaysia.travel

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