Full-service flights to Phuket and Bangkok from $428 return
Looking for a luxe beach break? Head to Thailand in comfort and style with these sale fares on full-service flights from Malaysia Airlines! Travel from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide across a wide range of 2018 dates.
These flights involve layovers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – mostly brief, but some overnight, depending on departure city. Book a hotel and do some sightseeing – Australian passport holders can enter Malaysia without a visa. Malaysia Airlines is a full-service carrier, so these fares include checked luggage and in-flight meals.
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These prices won’t last long – usually a few days but sometimes much shorter. If you click the sample dates and the prices have gone up it unfortunately means the sale has ended.
$428 Return Perth to Phuket Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
$530 Return Melbourne to Phuket Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
$540 Return Adelaide to Phuket Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
$552 Return Brisbane to Phuket Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
$562 Return Sydney to Phuket Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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$473 Return Perth to Bangkok Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
$516 Return Brisbane to Bangkok Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
$530 Return Melbourne to Bangkok Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
$540 Return Adelaide to Bangkok Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
$555 Return Sydney to Bangkok Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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Just a Few Highlights
Top 4 Reasons Why You Must Phuket, Thailand
1. Phang Nga Bay
Phang Nga Bay is unique. A day out here is an unforgettable experience that will definitely get you thinking. A distinctive feature of the bay is the sheer limestone cliffs that jut vertically out of the emerald-green waters. These islands are home to sheltered fauna that are possible to observe on certain tours. James Bond Island and Koh Panyee are just two of the more famous spots in this bay.
2. Old Town Phuket
Sino-Portuguese splendours and funky shops in the most unlikely places will surprise and delight you in the heart of Phuket’s sleepy provincial capital. Phuket Town offers much more than you think, with some excellent restaurants and local sights. The unique blend of colonial and Chinese architecture, along with a tangible quaintness, makes for a fascinating and unforgettable afternoon spent sauntering around Phuket’s Old Town. Expect the unexpected and don’t forget your camera.
3. Phi Phi Island
Phi Phi Island is Thailand’s superstar island, particularly famous for its central role in the 2000 movie The Beach. It’s the topic of conversation for travellers all over Thailand. For some, it’s the only reason to touchdown in Phuket. Even with all the hype, it doesn’t disappoint. Phi Phi’s beauty is a large chunk of the allure. The islands, when approached by boat, rise from the sea like a fortress. Sheer cliffs tower overhead, then give way to beach-fronted jungle. It’s love at first sight.
4. Big Buddha
Visible from most of the south of Phuket, the giant Buddha image sits on the top of the Nakkerd Hills and looks down over Chalong, Kata and Rawai. It cost 30 million baht to construct and is 45 metres tall. Next to it stands a smaller golden image that is actually made of brass and there is a shrine near the site’s car park. The drive up to the Big Buddha takes you through the ‘real’ Thailand and the view from the top is enhanced if you take a map to identify the many, many sights.