The world's largest online travel company, Expedia, launches, offering a full-range of services to Malaysian consumers.

With a growing database of more than 400 airlines and 150,000 hotels from around the world, is a one-stop shop for all your holiday planning needs. It's also theonly site in Malaysia offering flight deals from AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines and other carriers in one place.

With just one click, your ultimate dream holiday is, literally, a click away!

And, so confident are  in the competitiveness of their prices that they're attaching a Best Price Guarantee to all deals. If you find the exact trip at a lower price anywhere else online, will match that price and give you an additional RM150 credit to use on your next booking. Plus, if you need to make changes or cancel a trip, there will be no Expedia charges to do so. How's that for assurance?

As part of the celebration, there are more than 30 local and international destinations like Penang, Langkwai, Kuching, Bangkok, Bali, Hong Kong, Paris, Osaka, Los Angeles and London going for prices as low as RM110. Your next adventure awaits, at the best possible price!  

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