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How to find cheap and flexible flights to Malaysia - Q & A

Malaysia, a vibrant nation nestled in Southeast Asia, beckons with a tapestry of cultural diversity, lush landscapes, and culinary delights. From the bustling metropolis of Kuala Lumpur with its iconic Petronas Towers to the idyllic beaches of Langkawi, Malaysia offers a blend of modernity and tradition like no other. Explore the colonial charm of Georgetown in Penang, wander through the verdant Cameron Highlands, or dive into the underwater wonders of Sipadan. With a melting pot of Malay, Chinese, Indian, and indigenous influences, Malaysia promises a captivating journey filled with warm hospitality and unforgettable experiences.

Which month is cheapest to fly to Malaysia?

The cheapest month to fly to Malaysia is typically in November.

What is the cheapest flight to Malaysia that we have found?

The best price we found is for ₪2,564 from Tel Aviv to Kuala Lumpur.

Which popular airlines fly to Malaysia?

Some popular airlines include: Malaysia Airlines, Israir, flydubai, EL AL Israel Airlines, AirAsia, Wizz Air Abu Dhabi.

What is considered a good price to Malaysia?

A good price for a flight to Kuala Lumpur is ₪2308 - ₪2820.

Which popular airports are in Malaysia?

The popular airports in Malaysia include Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL), Kota Kinabalu International Airport (BKI), Penang International Airport (PEN), and Langkawi International Airport (LGK).

How long does it take to fly to Malaysia?

The flight to Malaysia (KUL) is roughly 11 hours 5 minutes and 4,766 miles (7,670 kilometres) from Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel - Ben Gurion Intl Airport (TLV).

How do I find the cheapest possible flights to Malaysia?

The best way is to compare flights to Malaysia from leading comparison sites using our search engine dashboard.

Things to do in Malaysia

Petronas Twin Towers

Iconic skyscrapers towering 88 floors

Batu Caves

Hindu temple set in limestone caves

Mount Kinabalu

Towering peak on protected park land

Menara Kuala Lumpur

Landmark tower with panoramic views

Resorts World Genting

Hill resort & Genting Skyway cable car

Perhentian Islands

Snorkeling, chalet, turtles, jungle and backpacking

Gunung Mulu National Park

Deer Cave & the Pinnacles of Gunung Api

Merdeka Square

Historic square with an iconic flagpole

Taman Negara Gunung Kinabalu, Kundasang, Sabah.

National park with a mountain & lodges

Sipadan Island

Famed dive site with diverse marine life


Vibrant hotel with 2 eateries & a pool


Street at the center of Chinatown

Kek Lok Si Temple

Ornate 19th-century Buddhist temple

Langkawi Sky Bridge

Curved pedestrian bridge for scenic view

Sunway Lagoon

Vast theme park with rides & water games

Central Market

Vibrant shopping & arts destination

Penang Hill

Mountainous park with views & hikes

Taman Burung Kuala Lumpur

Free-roaming birds & walk-in aviaries

Taman Negara

Ancient rainforest & Kuala Tahan village


Urban oasis with animated fountains

Bako National Park

National park with rocky coastline

Tunku Abdul Rahman Park

Island reserve for swimming & snorkeling

National Mosque of Malaysia

Large 1960s mosque in landscaped gardens

Aquaria KLCC

Large aquarium with sharks & a tunnel

Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Iconic building with domes & clocktower

Cheong Fatt Tze - The Blue Mansion

Boutique hotel in a 19th-century mansion

A Famosa

Family resort with theme parks & golf

Langkawi Skybridge cable car

Cablecar rides with sweeping views

Poring Hot Spring, Ranau, Sabah.

Open-air mineral baths complex

Thean Hou Temple

Elaborate temple with vibrant designs

Mabul Island

Compact locale for acclaimed diving

Penang National Park

Park with a canopy walkway & beaches

Masjid Putra

Big waterfront mosque with a pink dome

National Museum of Malaysia

National cultural & heritage museum

Manukan Island

Marine reserve island with a resort

Berjaya Times Square

Roller coaster

Perdana Botanical Garden

Lush tropical park with a pond & a cafe

Fort Cornwallis

English-era fort with tours & an eatery


Soaring skyscraper with a rooftop deck

Pangkor Laut Island

Small island with an upscale resort

Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

Islamic artifacts in a modern space

Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi

Ornate Chinese clan temple & museum

Niah National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia.

Limestone caves & archeological site

St Paul's Church

Church ruins with tombstones & a statue

KL Forest Eco Park

Rain forest preserve with a canopy walk

Mount Mulu

Mountain peak for rugged treks


17th-c. Dutch town hall, now museums

Christ Church Melaka

Historic Protestant church with services

Pulau Payar

Protected island with beaches & reefs

Cheng Hoon Teng Temple

Ornate 17th-century Chinese temple

Kapas Island

White sand beaches & popular diving area

Masjid Jamek of Kuala Lumpur

Historic Moorish-style place of worship


Sandbar island known for scuba diving

Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park

Huge, scenic garden with butterflies

Penang Hill Upper Station

Inclined Railway Station

Gurney Drive

Lively & modern waterfront promenade

Rawa Island

Coral island with beaches & white doves

Lang Tengah Island

Diving & marine life in a remote setting

Kellie's Castle

Unique, incomplete castle with tours

Entopia by Penang Butterfly Farm

Butterflies & insects in a modern space

Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum

House-museum of Chinese-Malay heritage

Tempurung Cave

Large cave with rock formations & tours

Danum Valley Conservation Area

Jungle treks, river swimming & bird life

First World Hotel

Vast budget hotel in a resort complex

Lankayan Island

Petite island with a resort for divers

Clan Jetties Of Penang

Traditional waterfront houses on stilts

Sri Maha Mariamman Temple

Historic Hindu temple & landmark tower

Tropical Spice Garden

Lush garden with tours & cooking classes

Mantanani Islands

Scenic cluster of three isolated islands

Kuala Lumpur City Gallery

Information center with souvenirs & art

Pulau Tiga

Mud baths, snorkeling & rustic lodging

Kapitan Keling Mosque

Charming mosque with Moorish elements

Masjid Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu

Renowned domed mosque with tours

Chew Jetty

Tourist attraction

Pinang Peranakan Mansion

Unique heritage museum in a mansion

Tugu Negara

Monument to the freedom fighters of 1945

Zoo Negara Malaysia

Sprawling, open-concept zoological park

Sarawak Museum

Stalwart museum with science & history

Mount Santubong

Lush mountain with jungle trails

Sabah State Museum

Museum with art & ethnography exhibits

Penang Little India

Indian shopping & eating district

Windmill Dutch Square Melaka

Square with Dutch colonial architecture

Pantai Cenang

Bustling beach with shops & cafes

Tanjung Rhu Beach

Relaxed, sandy beach with scenic views

Langkawi Wildlife Park

Interactive experiences with animals

Pulau Sibu

Archipelago with beach resorts & diving


Seaside area for swimming & sunset views

National Elephant Conservation Centre Kuala Gandah NECC

Elephant sanctuary with views & exhibits

Pulau Perhentian Kecil

Scenic island with snorkeling & diving

Fort Margherita

1800s fort with a historical museum

Perak Cave Temple 霹雳洞

Buddhist temple accessed through a cave

Masjid Kristal

Grand, modern mosque on manmade island

Melaka Sultanate Palace Museum

Exhibits on Malacca culture & history

Pulau Tenggol

Island with snorkeling & diving spots

The Tip of Borneo

Northern tip with dramatic sea views

Endau Rompin National Park

Tropical rainforest with hiking trails

Snake Temple

Ornate religious site filled with vipers

Penang State Museum and Art Gallery

History museum in a historical building

Flight Distance and Flying Time to Malaysia

Flights from Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel - Ben Gurion Intl Airport (TLV) to Malaysia (KUL) - The flight distance between these airports is 4,766 miles (7,670 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 11 hours 5 minutes.

Flights from Eilat, Israel - Eilat Airport (ETH) to Malaysia (KUL) - The flight distance between these airports is 4,732 miles (7,616 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 11 hours.

Flights from Ramon, Israel - Ramon Airport (ETM) to Malaysia (KUL) - The flight distance between these airports is 4,731 miles (7,614 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 11 hours.

Flights from Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel - Sde Dov Airport (SDV) to Malaysia (KUL) - The flight distance between these airports is 4,773 miles (7,682 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 11 hours 6 minutes.

Flights from Haifa, Israel - Haifa Airport (HFA) to Malaysia (KUL) - The flight distance between these airports is 4,767 miles (7,672 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 11 hours 5 minutes.

Flights from Ovda, Israel - Ovda Airport (VDA) to Malaysia (KUL) - The flight distance between these airports is 4,738 miles (7,625 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 11 hours 1 minute.

Travel Videos About Malaysia


Short guide to Malaysia

Malaysia is a fascinating country situated in the Far East. There are numerous ethnic populations that exist in this country, adding to the atmosphere and creating a unique fusion of different cultures and cuisine. Malaysia marks itself as a truly multicultural country and honoured this tradition by holding various festivals throughout the year to commemorate the three major cultures existent in the country namely Malay, Indian, and Chinese as well as numerous other tribes which exist in the area

Malaysia is split into two very distinct parts. Firstly, there is the Malaysian peninsular which borders the countries of Singapore and Thailand. The mainland of the country is separated by the South Sea of China in east Malaysia. Provinces containing tropical jungles abundant with wildlife and various plants are Sabah and Sarawak.

The Malaysian peninsular by far attracts most of the visitors to this country, this is partly due to the variety of activities and the multitude of different peoples living within these regions. The Highland of Malaysia is rather cooler than the mainland. Langkawi is an island that is particularly popular for windsurfers and people seeking sandy beaches.

The East Coast is typically home to traditional Malaysian people and gives you an insight into the way of life of the indigenous natives. The West Coast is where you'll find the capital city of Kuala Lumpur, it is a bustling metropolis and a large business capital, famed for the famous Petronas Towers this is the capital where tradition moves side by side with the technological process.

Malaysia enjoys a tropical climate and is a very popular destination for visitors keen to escape the bad weather in their own countries. It is a particular hit with Australians as it is not very far from the mainland. There is no shortage of places to stay and see within this country, numerous luxury hotels exist within the capital and there are many many restaurants and sights of interest to see.

Amongst the many attractions within Malaysia, in particular, Kuala Lumpur is firstly the Petronas Towers: there is a skywalk near the top of the towers which enables visitors to walk from one tower to another, not for people averse to heights it may be added. Another attraction is the famous bird park which is actually the largest in Southeast Asia, there are thousands of species of birds to see and enjoy, a definite must-see for nature enthusiasts.

Malaysia is predominantly a Muslim country and there are numerous beautiful mosques to go and see. Numerous other ethnicities live in the capital of Kuala Lumpur including large Chinese and Indian communities.

Here is some health advice: there are some tropical illnesses present in Malaysia and it would be wise to seek medical advice before departing to this region. It is advised whilst there to drink from bottled water and avoid eating in areas which do not cook the food to a satisfactory standard. Medical facilities in the country are of a high standard.

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Cheapest flight routes found to Malaysia

From Tel Aviv

From Tel Aviv (TLV), Israel to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (KUL): ₪2,564

Depart: 14 Jul 2024 · Return: 25 Jul 2024 Price found 18 May 2024, 13:34

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