London (UK) to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) £ 299.98 Return Ticket


London – UK (LHR) to Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia (KUL) Return Ticket

Price: £ 299.98
Average Fare:  £ 640.00

Savings: £ 340.02

Airline: Shenzhen Airlines
Date: 14.03.2019 to 24.03.2019

Kuala Lumpur


London (UK) to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) £ 297.48 Return Ticket

London to Kuala Lumpur 297.48

London – UK (LHR) to Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia (KUL) Return Ticket

Price: £ 297.48
Average Fare:  £ 640.00

Savings: £ 343.52

Airline: Airchina
Date: 16.04.018 to 08.05.2018

Malaysia Facts

  • The biggest roundabout in the world is located at Putrajaya in Malaysia. It is 2.2 miles (3.5 km) in diameter.
  • Malaysia’s currency is called the ringgit, which means “jagged” in Malay, and originally referred to the separated edges of Spanish silver dollars widely circulated in the region.
  • One of the indigenous fruits found in Malaysia is the pomelo (Citrus maxima), which is the largest citrus fruit in the world. It can reach the size of a small football and weighs from 2.2–6.7 lbs. (1–3 kg).
  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, has recorded 200 rainy days in a year. The city of Kuching in Sarawak holds the unenviable record of rainy days in a year with 253.
  • The Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, were the world’s tallest buildings from 1998–2004. They are still regarded as the world’s tallest “twin” buildings. The two buildings are joined by a sky bridge at levels 41 and 41, which are 558 feet (170 m) off the ground

London (UK) to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) £ 298.52 Return Ticket

London to Kuala Lumpur 298.52

London – UK (LHR) to Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia (KUL) Return Ticket

Price: £ 298.52
Average Fare:  £ 640.00

Savings: £ 341.98

Airline: Airchina
Date: 30.04.018 to 08.05.2018

Kuala Lumpur Facts

  • An Argentinian architect, Cesar Pelli, designed the Petronas Twin Towers. Between 1998 through 2004 they were the world’s tallest buildings, and are still regarded as the world’s tallest ‘twin’ buildings.
  • Kuala Lumpur is the retail and fashion hub of Malaysia and boasts of more than 65 shopping malls, including the world’s fourth largest mall, 1Utama, which covers 5 million square feet. The Sunway Pyramid shopping mall is most recognizable with its Egyptian-inspired sphinx architecture.
  • One of the most popular Hindu shrines outside of India, the Batu Caves are a series of cave temples in a limestone hill located 8 miles north of KL in the Gombak district.
  • If hedonistic pursuits put large dents in your travel budget, then consider this — the excise rate paid on beer in Malaysia is the second highest in the world. Luckily, islands such as Langkawi, Tioman and Labuan are all designated tax-free zones, so you can stock up on quality booze and smokes.
  • Malaysia is one of just a handful of countries considered “megadiverse,” said to harbour 20% of the world’s animal species in its rich ecosystems. This natural biodiversity puts it in the same league as Brazil. In fact, the Amazon rainforest is a baby at 55 million years old compared with Malaysia’s Taman Negara, which has been around for 130 million years and is reputed to be the world’s oldest.