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Cheap round-trip flights to Kuala Lumpur

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Cheap flights to Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur straddles the line between modern metropolis and urban sprawl. Wander the chaotic streets, sampling some of the superb food available on every corner, and gaze up at the skyscrapers that loom all around, including the iconic Petronas Tower.

When to book flights to Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur’s maritime climate means there is no real standout time of year to visit. You can go at any time with only a few noticeable changes in the weather. Conditions are generally hot and humid, but they do cool down during the rainy season. In general, daytime temperatures are between 22 and 33 degrees.

The best advice when looking for cheap flights to Kuala Lumpur from the UK is to book early. That way you’ll have the biggest choice of providers and departures for your flights to KL.

How to find the best flight deals to Kuala Lumpur

The real secret to getting the best deals on your flight to KL actually lies with how you search for it. And Expedia can help you hunt down those bargains. By using a few simple tricks you can quickly root out the cheapest routes.

Use the ‘Nearby Airports’ option to see what deals are available from other airports in the UK that are easy to access from your chosen departure location.

If you’re flying from London, select ‘All London Airports’ to widen your search.

You can also choose to be flexible on dates, using our handy ‘Show Flexible Dates’ option to see flights to Kuala Lumpur on different days. Often this will throw up some great bargains on your flight to KL.

UK departures to Kuala Lumpur

There are numerous departures to Kuala Lumpur from London and other UK cities.

These include:

Kuala Lumpur International Airport

Kuala Lumpur International Airport is one of the biggest and busiest air hubs in South East Asia, handling more than 50 million passengers a year.

Available onward connections include the Express Rail Link and KLIA Transit commuter services. The airport is also well served by taxis and buses.

Which airlines fly to Kuala Lumpur?

Direct and indirect flights to Kuala Lumpur are available from a number of different carriers.

These include:

  • British Airways
  • Malaysia Airlines
  • Singapore Airlines
  • KLM
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Emirates

How to get to and around Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur’s ambitious public transport system is pretty comprehensive and offers plenty of transport options.

Be aware that if you’re using the roads, certain times of day can grind to a halt under the sheer weight of traffic.

But, if you use the monorail, you can glide over the top of the mayhem in relative tranquillity.

There’s an urban train network too, with some commuter and express services available, and travel cards make using the system easy.

At certain times of day outside rush hour, using the hop on hop off double decker KL buses is a good option, while the red and white taxis that buzz around everywhere are pretty cheap,but the blue executive taxis will offer a more comfortable ride.

What are the must-sees in Kuala Lumpur?

There are many architectural treasures to discover in Kuala Lumpur. In the old area of the city you’ll find plenty of colonial era buildings, such as the offices of the Colonial Secretariat and railway station. The Masjid Jamek is a Moorish style mosque sitting on the confluence of two rivers, and the bold Masjid Negara represents the big ambitions of the new Malaysia.

Eating and shopping are perhaps the two biggest pastimes in KL, with more than 60 malls to visit and countless thousands places to eat, spanning the range from exquisite street food right up to elegant high-end dining. Chinatown and the Golden Triangle have the highest concentration of restaurants and street food options.

Tips for travelling in Kuala Lumpur

As a British citizen, you don’t need a visa for stays of up to three months. If you’re planning on staying longer, then you need to obtain permission from the nearest Malaysian embassy.

Reviews from verified customers

Jul 16, 2018

Charging for wheelchair assistance is discriminatory and would not be tolerated in the western world. You need to look at your inclusiveness policy and update for 21st century functionality. You score zero in this area which is really sad.!

Jul 15, 2018

So easy self check in and baggage label thanks

Jun 30, 2018

I’d issues with my booking as jet airways would not accept me to check in. Although the ticket suggested that; I then had to rush to Malaysian Airline desk where my brothers name was spaced out resulting in further delay. Not chaotic but in the supervisor was supportive which helped.

Jun 25, 2018

Very pleased with the special assistance that I needed thank you very much.

Jun 10, 2018

The Hong King airport was at fault in changing gates, but this was communicated to customers

Jun 7, 2018

Well happy

Jun 6, 2018

Just a gear flight full stop.

May 23, 2018

Very good alll round

May 12, 2018

Service is outstanding

May 11, 2018

There was lack of information about my connecting flights. There was no inflight entertainment (on an 18 hour journey!!) No free meals invcluded? Never had that before. Probably wouldnt fly with air asia again for those reasons. Although there was enough room for me to lay on my pull out table even with the person in front of mes seat back which meant i got a full 8 hours sleep which i would rate you guys for. So id rate air asia for a good sleep and not rate them for inflight luxuries, if i was on a day flight i would have been so bored and hungry!!