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Flights To Bali Are $89 Right Now, So That’s Your Next Beach Holiday Sorted

Flights To Bali Are $89 Right Now, So That’s Your Next Beach Holiday Sorted

Cheap Flights To Bali: Fly To Bali For Just $89 In AirAsia's 72-Hour Sale

It seems like there’s a new airfare sale with cheap flights every day, which is surely proof that the universe wants us to call it quits on the 9-to-5 and travel around the world instead. Deal.

AirAsia just launched a big sale on flights from Australia to a heap of destinations in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.

The cheap flights start at $80 to get from the Gold Coast to Kuala Lumpur. Flying from Melbourne is $9 more expensive, coming in at $89. Flying to Kuala Lumpur from Sydney is still an absolute bargain at $104.


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You can also book a flight from Perth to Bali, Lombok or Kuala Lumpur for just $89. Or fly out of Brisbane and land in Bangkok for just $103.

These are some of the cheapest flights AirAsia has ever offered. There’s a slight catch: the deals are all on one-way flights, and you’ll have to travel between March 1 and October 31. Which I can live with.

“We are thrilled to be launching this sale for our long-haul destinations. Not only are there promo seats on sale, we’ve also ensured there is an extended travel period from March through to the end of October to appeal to a broad range of travellers,” said Amanda Woo, AirAsia Group Head of Commercial.

“We are confident that these incredible deals will be snapped-up quickly so we advise bargain hunters to get in quickly to avoid disappointment.”

The cheap flights are being offered in AirAsia’s 72 hour sale, and they’re only available until midnight on February 26. You can check out the fares on the AirAsia website.

Once you’ve locked down your flights, you can get creative about your adventure. Why not try a vampire facial in Bali, check out the new Café del Mar beach club in Canggu or zen-out on a self-care holiday in Ubud.

(Lead image: Darren Lawrence / Unsplash)

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