Malaysia Airlines is a low cost airline

AirAsia: The Malaysian low-cost airline

The AirAsia Asean Pass

If you don't just want to explore one destination in Asia, the AirAsia Asean Pass can be a great option, because with it you can fly up to 20 routes within Southeast Asia at a flat rate with AirAsia at a flat rate.

The AirAsia Asean Pass is available in two versions:

1. AirAsia Asean Pass

  • 10 credits
  • 30 days validity
  • 499 MYR (approx. € 117)

2. AirAsia Asean Pass +

  • 20 credits
  • 60 days validity
  • 888 MYR (approx. 209 €)

You can travel to the following countries with the AirAsia Pass:

  • Malaysia
  • Indonesia
  • Singapore
  • Thailand
  • Brunei
  • Cambodia
  • Philippines
  • Laos
  • Myanmar
  • Vietnam

You can redeem the credits for all Air Asia flights within these countries, using 1 or 3 credits depending on the length of the route. You are not allowed to fly a route twice, there and back, of course.

The validity of the ticket begins with the first flight. You have to become a member of the frequent flyer program BIG Shot to buy the pass and to redeem it later.

It is important to note that theRedeem at least 14 dayse before the desired flight must be done and that only the flight price is covered with the credits.Airport Tax & Fees will be billed separately. For the route from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, for example, that's 165THB, about 4.50 €. As with the European low-cost airlines, you also have to pay extra for checked baggage, food on board or seat reservations.

Furthermore, it can happen that there are no more availabilities on some flights, especially around weekends or holidays. So you should allow for some reserve in your planning for such cases.

A possible example route for the AirAsia Asean Pass with 10 credits would be:



But of course there are many more options, just let your imagination run wild.