It is not a mystery that flight tickets to East Malaysia can burn a huge hole in your wallet. However, the people of Sabah and Sarawak can rejoice this Chinese New Year as they will get to enjoy a fixed rate from AirAsia.
Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook told The Borneo Post that the ministry is currently working together with AirAsia to offer fixed-rate air tickets during the Chinese New Year festive season. He said,
“We do this so that more youngsters who are working in the peninsula and students who are studying there can come back to their hometown to celebrate Chinese New Year. We are happy to announce that we are not only going to do it for Chinese New Year, but for Hari Raya Aidilfitri as well.”
The limited tickets will be made available from 7 January! So better be fast before all the tickets are sold out. For those who plan to travel to Sabah or Sarawak during the Chinese New Year break, please let our Borneo friends get their tickets first, ok?
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