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You don’t want to miss this: Fly to Asia for as low as $182 RETURN

Travel to Asia for jaw-droppingly low prices. (Photos: Getty)

If you missed your 12-hour window last week to snap up $179 Jetstar tickets to South Korea, breathe easy – there’s an even better deal on offer.

AirAsia’s launching their end-of-year financial sale and it means Aussies could fly to Indonesia and back for as low as $182.

That’s not the only destination on offer – the fares to Hong Kong, Maldives, Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok, Singapore, Phuket, Delhi, Tokyo, Shanghai and more are stunningly low.

Some of the lowest-priced flights are Perth to Lombok for $182 return or Perth to Kuala Lumpur for $255 return.

Return tickets to Ho Chi Minh City from Melbourne would only set you back $394, and a round-trip to Bangkok from Brisbane would only cost you $451.

Tickets to other destinations such as Singapore, Tokyo, Shanghai, Bali, or the Maldives are – relatively speaking – on the pricier end of the scale, but still considered cheap by ordinary standards.

For example, fly from Sydney to Singapore and back for just $579.

Shanghai in your sights? That’ll cost Sydneysiders $584. Fancy a dip to the Maldives instead? Pay $608 to fly there and back.

But if you want to take advantage of the sale, you’d have to pack your bags fairly soon: the travel period is from 25 May to 31 October this year.

And you’d better move quick: the sale ends on midnight 19 May, or until seats sell out beforehand.

Note that a lot of your flights will involve a stopover at Kuala Lumpur, according to Finder, which is standard for the low-cost carrier.

AirAsia has had a history of technical issues and incidences, according to a PerthNow report.

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