$38 deals to KL from Games travel partner
Traveloka, the official online travel partner of Kuala Lumpur 2017 (the 29th SEA Games and 9th Asean Para Games), is offering exclusive deals, with savings up to 30 per cent for selected flights, and up to 40 per cent for hotel stays with their partners in light of the ongoing Games.
In a bid to encourage Singaporeans and those around the region to support their athletes, flights from Singapore to KL are going from as low as $38 and hotels from $21 per night.
The deals are available from now until Aug 31. For more information, please visit bit.ly/traveloka-seagames2017
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