= Cheapest round-trip flights
* Prices are round trip per person (conditions apply)
Instead of paying a fortune on air tickets, you can save money on your next flight out of Dhaka by booking with ebookers. Flights leaving Dhaka depart from the Shahjalal International Airport. Located thirteen miles north of Dhaka, the airport handles more than half of the air traffic in Bangladesh, recording an annual average of eight million passengers. In addition to being the official hub for all the major Bangladeshi airlines, the airport serves other international airlines such as Air India, Etihad, Emirate Airlines, and Qatar Airways.
If you plan to drive to the airport, you will find domestic and international parking options available. Cars parked in the international parking lot are charged BDT 50 for the first three hours and an additional BDT 15 for every subsequent hour.
There are several ways of getting to the airport using the city's public transportation. If you are traveling light, consider taking the airport shuttle bus, which runs between the airport and the city. Bus tickets cost an average of BDT 20. Although they cost more, taxis are a convenient option if you have luggage. Depending on your location and the size of the taxi, a trip to the airport will cost BDT 100 to BDT 400. A third option is take the rickshaw (locally referred to as the tuk-tuk), which costs roughly BDT 40.
While waiting for your flight, you can get a drink or enjoy a meal at the Firefly restaurant located within the airport. You can also relax a little at the Sheraton VIP lounge, located at the Northern Concourse Hall on Level 2. If you still have time before you fly out of Dhaka, you can make hotel reservations using ebookers' mobile site.
The best way to begin to experience Kuala Lumpur is to book your flight with ebookers.com. All flights to Kuala Lumpur arrive at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, one of the biggest airports in all of southeast Asia and Malaysia's main international airport. Situated around 30 miles from the city centre, Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) features modern glass passenger terminals and a host of amenities to make first-time travellers feel like sophisticated jet-setters. Many airlines service flights Kuala Lumpur, including Air China, British Airways, Lufthansa and Qantas.
The airport train, the KLIA Ekspres, is one of the best ways to get from the airport to the city, taking just half an hour to complete the trip. Commuter trains also stop at the three major train stations located between KLIA and the city centre itself. Taxis and car services are also available, and all of the major car rental agencies have counters at the airport. Ebookers.com can assist you with all your reservation needs, such as booking the right rental car at the right price and reserving flights from Dhaka to Kuala Lumpur.
Mild and sunny weather characterizes the climate of Kuala Lumpur, with temperatures averaging at 32¡C all year round. Late autumn to early spring can be a less opportune time to travel, as the monsoon season runs during this period. However, indoor activities abound, including a variety of museums and a spectacular aquarium, the Aquaria KLCC, which features more than 5000 different exhibits.