How to Find Cheap Flights Within Asia?

How to Find Cheap Flights Within Asia?
How to Find Cheap Flights Within Asia?

It could be a bit scary to search for a flight online. The dates, times, price, fare class, airline, and other factors are some of the variables. Even if you are certain of the exact time and location of your flight, where should you look for the best deal?

I’ll include the best low-cost airlines below that you may not be familiar with if this is your first trip to Asia.

  1. Traveloka

Buying through the airline’s website will frequently result in reduced prices in the US. The bulk of airlines in Asia do not, for whatever reason. They sell their tickets through Traveloka for cheaper than they would on their own websites.

Since Traveloka is so much easier to use than the genuine airlines’ websites, which may be confusing to browse and occasionally have wrong translations, I see this as a huge advantage.

  1. Kiwi

Despite the fact that the prices are often higher than Traveloka, this website has a number of excellent features that Traveloka does not. It will list all of the least expensive airports to travel into.

You may also draw a circle around your airport to view all of the neighbouring places and the cost of transportation to each one.

If you are unsure where you want to go or simply want to try something new, enter your airport followed by “Anywhere” in the “to” area.

The venues will be ordered by price and distance from your present location! I’d use this feature to choose a new destination and then head to Traveloka to find the best offer!

  1. Skyscanner

For international flights from the United States, we use Skyscanner. I have yet to see a site that regularly outperforms it. Even Google does not always list the low-cost carriers that we usually use.

Regrettably, it does not apply to Asia. However, we utilize it to determine the most affordable trip dates. Simply input your location (when looking for flights, choose the all airports option) and destination, then choose to see the full month rather than just your dates.

You may even move from the most expensive to the least expensive month! When we find the best deals, we enter them into Traveloka!

  1. Nusa Trip

The cheapest flight from Bali to Labuan Bajo is offered on this page (Komodo Dragon Airport). We used this airline and had no problems with our e-ticket!

Despite the fact that you book via, the company is not an airline. We ordered flight tickets for “Lion Air,” which was clearly a low-cost choice. Because the flight was so short, we didn’t mind!

  1. Air Asia

There will be occasional deals if you use their app to make the purchase, but the ticket must cost a certain amount to qualify.

We only check this page if we are about to book an AirAsia flight through Traveloka and want to make sure we aren’t missing out on any special deals or promotions!

The website is also a little buggy, but let’s just hope they continue to improve!


Is it cost-effective to travel inside Asia?

Yes, if you know where to look, flying inside Asia can be fairly affordable! If you utilize the booking sites listed above instead of the ones you normally use, you will obtain much better deals when traveling around Asia.

Traveling from Laos to Cambodia to South Korea may be relatively affordable if you plan ahead of time and use the sources suggested above.

While booking last-minute flights around Asia would not save you much money, preparing ahead of time will save you a lot of money!


Booking Round-Trip Flights to Asian Capitals

You should undoubtedly fly into the cheapest Asian hubs and then take a bus or motorcycle to your final destination.

Traveling to Tokyo, Denpasar, Manila, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, and Taipei is substantially less expensive than visiting Da Nang, Vietnam, or Phuket, Thailand.

The bulk of low-cost carrier fares on the sites listed above will take you to all of the above places, as well as other Asian capital cities like Jakarta.


The Best Time to Fly Cheaply Around Asia

Flights across Asia are normally affordable throughout the year, but keep in mind that June to July is prime tourist season, so airfares may be higher due to increased demand.

You should also think about the weather you desire for your vacation. It varies in each country, but I haven’t found a bad time to visit Asia (if you don’t mind a little rain or humidity). However, if such items are critical to you, you must plan appropriately.

There are three different seasons in Southeast Asia: dry, hot, and wet. The dry season, which lasts from November to February, is regarded as the best time to visit Asia since it is substantially cooler than the rest of the year. The hot season lasts from March through May, and you’ll be sweating profusely (I’ve never sweated as much as I did trekking in Vietnam in April).

The “winter” months of December, January, and February follow. The rain can cause more problems than just a rough day of travel.

Although it is not cold (you will not need a jacket in most cases), storms in Asia are significantly more severe. I’ve never heard of or felt so close to being hit by lightning. From Bali to Malaysia, the storms were ferocious.

The rain also highlights some of Asia’s sadder elements, such as the trash and debris that float into the river during this time of year, making swimming difficult without a plastic bag strapped to your thigh.

Furthermore, if you want to scooter throughout Asia, rain may make the journey much more dangerous for inexperienced riders.

It is fully reliant on the country in June, July, August, September, and October. September and October are considered monsoon months in certain Asian nations.

However, I traveled throughout Asia in October without incident; it was a fantastic time to visit, including a boat cruise to Komodo Island!


So there you have it!

When we first started traveling, it seemed crazy to have to use many websites to get the cheapest flight, let alone that there are others that work better in different parts of the world! But now we know how to book flights depending on where we want to go worldwide!

Hopefully, this has helped you find the best cheap flight sites for Southeast Asia and Asia! Please let me know if I missed a website that you have used! We adore saving money and would not have found these sites if it hadn’t been for outstanding travelers sharing their knowledge!


Written by Akash Singh

Hello, My name is Akash Singh, and I work as a content writer at Asian Reads. When I start writing a blog or an article, I do a lot of research on the subject. I also frequently try new and imaginative writing techniques, which intrigue me. I like learning about a subject through reading reliable books as well as published research and reporting from respected news organizations, journals, and other sources.

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