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Low season:
February
Best time to beat the crowds
7%
expected price decrease
High season:
June
Most popular time to fly
23%
expected price increase
Average price:
RM 273
(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)
Good deal:
RM 135
or less (return)

When to Book Flights from Kuala Lumpur Intl to Kuala Terengganu Sultan Mahmood

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Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found flights on this route for RM 134 or less.
The cheapest flight from Kuala Lumpur Intl to Kuala Terengganu Sultan Mahmood was found, on average, 38 days before departure.
Book at least 2 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price.
High season is considered to be May, June and July. The cheapest month to fly is February.
Morning departure is around 39% more expensive than an evening flight, on average*.
*Average of the lowest prices shown in KAYAK’s search results for departures within the next 30 days

FAQs for Booking Kuala Lumpur Intl to Kuala Terengganu Sultan Mahmood Flights

How long does a flight from Kuala Lumpur Intl to Kuala Terengganu Sultan Mahmood take?
An average non-stop flight takes 0h 55m, covering a distance of 332 km.
How many flights are there between Kuala Lumpur Intl and Kuala Terengganu Sultan Mahmood?
There are 106 (non-stop) flights between Kuala Lumpur Intl and Kuala Terengganu Sultan Mahmood per week, averaging 14 per day.
Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Kuala Lumpur Intl to Kuala Terengganu Sultan Mahmood?
In the past 3 days, the cheapest return tickets were found on AirAsia (RM 107)
Do I need a passport to fly between Kuala Lumpur Intl and Kuala Terengganu Sultan Mahmood?
No.
Which airlines fly most frequently between Kuala Lumpur Intl and Kuala Terengganu Sultan Mahmood?
AirAsia (5 times daily), Philippine Airlines (2 times daily), Emirates (2 times daily) are the most frequent flyers on this route.

Book cheap flights from Kuala Lumpur Intl to Kuala Terengganu Sultan Mahmood (return)

Airports
Origin
Kuala Lumpur
RM 107
only
RM 107
Destination
Kuala Terengganu
RM 107
only
RM 107
Mon, 4 Dec
KUL
TGG
1h 00m
Wed, 6 Dec
TGG
KUL
1h 00m
RM 107
Trip: 3 days
10.0ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 10.0 Excellent
Based on 1 reviews
Overall
6.6
Boarding
6.7
Comfort
6.3
Crew
7.0
Entertainment
5.3
Food
5.9
HKG
KUL
Good 6.0

Flight delayed by 2 hours

KUL
SGN
OK 5.6

Cabin crew were professional and courteous. I like the boarding at rear of airplane first

For me, the seats a were uncomfortable. No lower back support.

JHB
KUL
Excellent 10.0

Awesome services - on the air and on the ground

Can't think of any

KUL
KBV
Mediocre 2.0

Delay

LGK
SIN
Mediocre 3.0

The food is shockingly decent. Yeah you have to pay cash and it’s not convenient, but the food is edible and there is lots of variety.

AirAsia sucks balls. Or at least, it was fine leaving Singapore, but returning from a crappy small town airport to it was a fraudulent nightmare. We were told to check in online and add baggage at least two days before flying to avoid excessive baggage fees. So we paid them the first time, no problem. But AirAsias website is clearly coded by bricks with fingers. Because 6,5,4, and 3 days prior, it says such service is unavailable. Okay, we’ll do it at the airport then, it’ll be nice and easy just like at Changi. Only at this crappy subpar excuse for an airport, they live by no rules and want to charge $300USD - more than double what was charged at Changi - for two 20kg bags. 20kg, which my boarding pass and my booking both say we are entitled to, is suddenly 5kg in excess, so they want to screw your American wallet hard, long, and good because even if you had a good time, chances are you will never pass through the half baked gas station that is Langkawi again. Oh yeah and don’t bother paying for the WiFi - they get you good there too - 10mb which is basically a couple jpegs but you won’t get squat anyway. Literally nothing, and then suddenly your puny 10mb has disappeared, along with your money and what’s left of AirAsias credibility.

Mon, 16 Apr
KUL
TGG
0h 55m
Sat, 21 Apr
TGG
KUL
1h 05m
RM 115
Trip: 6 days
10.0ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 10.0 Excellent
Based on 1 reviews
Overall
6.6
Boarding
6.7
Comfort
6.3
Crew
7.0
Entertainment
5.3
Food
5.9
HKG
KUL
Good 6.0

Flight delayed by 2 hours

PEN
KUL
Mediocre 2.0

I was traveling without access to WiFi and was unable to add my checked bags until the morning them the web site wouldn't let me add the bags. I got to the airport and the airline charged me $300 in fees for my two bags. Highway robbery. I'll never fly Air Asia again.

Usurious fees for checked bags and the flights are always late to boot.

LGK
SIN
Mediocre 3.0

The food is shockingly decent. Yeah you have to pay cash and it’s not convenient, but the food is edible and there is lots of variety.

AirAsia sucks balls. Or at least, it was fine leaving Singapore, but returning from a crappy small town airport to it was a fraudulent nightmare. We were told to check in online and add baggage at least two days before flying to avoid excessive baggage fees. So we paid them the first time, no problem. But AirAsias website is clearly coded by bricks with fingers. Because 6,5,4, and 3 days prior, it says such service is unavailable. Okay, we’ll do it at the airport then, it’ll be nice and easy just like at Changi. Only at this crappy subpar excuse for an airport, they live by no rules and want to charge $300USD - more than double what was charged at Changi - for two 20kg bags. 20kg, which my boarding pass and my booking both say we are entitled to, is suddenly 5kg in excess, so they want to screw your American wallet hard, long, and good because even if you had a good time, chances are you will never pass through the half baked gas station that is Langkawi again. Oh yeah and don’t bother paying for the WiFi - they get you good there too - 10mb which is basically a couple jpegs but you won’t get squat anyway. Literally nothing, and then suddenly your puny 10mb has disappeared, along with your money and what’s left of AirAsias credibility.

KUL
MAA
Mediocre 2.0

The plane didn't crash.

Boarding was late and terribly disorganized - just a person yelling row numbers who could barely be heard. The airline makes you pay for water, which is simply inhuman - at least cattle in transport are given free water from time to time. It was a five-hour flight at night but we couldn't put the seats back to relax - the exit row was behind us and they've got the seats crammed in so tight together that they don't give the exit row any extra room to accommodate this, like most airlines. There are ads plastered all over the storage compartments. Recorded announcements threatened us with dire consequences if we stole the life vests (is that a thing people do?!). Everything looks cruddy, dingy and old. It feels like a cheap city bus, but in the air. At the end of the flight the crew walked through fumigating the cabin with spray cans of who-the-hell-knows-what and we had to breathe THAT in. We won't even consider Air Asia again unless there are literally no other possible choices. Just awful.

RGN
KUL
Good 6.0

friendly cabin crew

delayed flights

Wed, 13 Dec
KUL
TGG
1h 00m
Thu, 21 Dec
TGG
KUL
1h 05m
RM 128
Trip: 9 days
10.0ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 10.0 Excellent
Based on 1 reviews
Overall
6.6
Boarding
6.7
Comfort
6.3
Crew
7.0
Entertainment
5.3
Food
5.9
LGK
SIN
Mediocre 3.0

The food is shockingly decent. Yeah you have to pay cash and it’s not convenient, but the food is edible and there is lots of variety.

AirAsia sucks balls. Or at least, it was fine leaving Singapore, but returning from a crappy small town airport to it was a fraudulent nightmare. We were told to check in online and add baggage at least two days before flying to avoid excessive baggage fees. So we paid them the first time, no problem. But AirAsias website is clearly coded by bricks with fingers. Because 6,5,4, and 3 days prior, it says such service is unavailable. Okay, we’ll do it at the airport then, it’ll be nice and easy just like at Changi. Only at this crappy subpar excuse for an airport, they live by no rules and want to charge $300USD - more than double what was charged at Changi - for two 20kg bags. 20kg, which my boarding pass and my booking both say we are entitled to, is suddenly 5kg in excess, so they want to screw your American wallet hard, long, and good because even if you had a good time, chances are you will never pass through the half baked gas station that is Langkawi again. Oh yeah and don’t bother paying for the WiFi - they get you good there too - 10mb which is basically a couple jpegs but you won’t get squat anyway. Literally nothing, and then suddenly your puny 10mb has disappeared, along with your money and what’s left of AirAsias credibility.

PEN
KUL
Mediocre 2.0

I was traveling without access to WiFi and was unable to add my checked bags until the morning them the web site wouldn't let me add the bags. I got to the airport and the airline charged me $300 in fees for my two bags. Highway robbery. I'll never fly Air Asia again.

Usurious fees for checked bags and the flights are always late to boot.

KUL
KBV
Mediocre 2.0

Delay

CNX
KUL
Excellent 8.0

Pilot was communicative and smooth landing

Long check in. Didn't allow us to mobile or online check in for some reason

CNX
KUL
Excellent 9.5

fast and good

seat size

Mon, 5 Mar
KUL
TGG
1h 00m
Wed, 7 Mar
TGG
KUL
1h 00m
RM 128
Trip: 3 days
10.0ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 10.0 Excellent
Based on 1 reviews
Overall
6.6
Boarding
6.7
Comfort
6.3
Crew
7.0
Entertainment
5.3
Food
5.9
CNX
KUL
Excellent 9.5

fast and good

seat size

KUL
SGN
OK 5.6

Cabin crew were professional and courteous. I like the boarding at rear of airplane first

For me, the seats a were uncomfortable. No lower back support.

HKG
BKI
Excellent 8.0

No water is provided on board

RGN
KUL
Good 6.0

friendly cabin crew

delayed flights

KUL
CCU
Good 6.3

Crew was not helpful

Tue, 20 Feb
KUL
TGG
1h 00m
Fri, 2 Mar
TGG
KUL
1h 05m
RM 152
Trip: 11 days
10.0ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 10.0 Excellent
Based on 1 reviews
Overall
6.6
Boarding
6.7
Comfort
6.3
Crew
7.0
Entertainment
5.3
Food
5.9
JHB
KUL
Excellent 10.0

Awesome services - on the air and on the ground

Can't think of any

LGK
SIN
Mediocre 3.0

The food is shockingly decent. Yeah you have to pay cash and it’s not convenient, but the food is edible and there is lots of variety.

AirAsia sucks balls. Or at least, it was fine leaving Singapore, but returning from a crappy small town airport to it was a fraudulent nightmare. We were told to check in online and add baggage at least two days before flying to avoid excessive baggage fees. So we paid them the first time, no problem. But AirAsias website is clearly coded by bricks with fingers. Because 6,5,4, and 3 days prior, it says such service is unavailable. Okay, we’ll do it at the airport then, it’ll be nice and easy just like at Changi. Only at this crappy subpar excuse for an airport, they live by no rules and want to charge $300USD - more than double what was charged at Changi - for two 20kg bags. 20kg, which my boarding pass and my booking both say we are entitled to, is suddenly 5kg in excess, so they want to screw your American wallet hard, long, and good because even if you had a good time, chances are you will never pass through the half baked gas station that is Langkawi again. Oh yeah and don’t bother paying for the WiFi - they get you good there too - 10mb which is basically a couple jpegs but you won’t get squat anyway. Literally nothing, and then suddenly your puny 10mb has disappeared, along with your money and what’s left of AirAsias credibility.

KUL
KBV
Mediocre 2.0

Delay

PEN
KUL
Mediocre 2.0

I was traveling without access to WiFi and was unable to add my checked bags until the morning them the web site wouldn't let me add the bags. I got to the airport and the airline charged me $300 in fees for my two bags. Highway robbery. I'll never fly Air Asia again.

Usurious fees for checked bags and the flights are always late to boot.

KUL
MAA
Mediocre 2.0

The plane didn't crash.

Boarding was late and terribly disorganized - just a person yelling row numbers who could barely be heard. The airline makes you pay for water, which is simply inhuman - at least cattle in transport are given free water from time to time. It was a five-hour flight at night but we couldn't put the seats back to relax - the exit row was behind us and they've got the seats crammed in so tight together that they don't give the exit row any extra room to accommodate this, like most airlines. There are ads plastered all over the storage compartments. Recorded announcements threatened us with dire consequences if we stole the life vests (is that a thing people do?!). Everything looks cruddy, dingy and old. It feels like a cheap city bus, but in the air. At the end of the flight the crew walked through fumigating the cabin with spray cans of who-the-hell-knows-what and we had to breathe THAT in. We won't even consider Air Asia again unless there are literally no other possible choices. Just awful.

Wed, 21 Feb
KUL
TGG
1h 00m
Sat, 3 Mar
TGG
KUL
1h 00m
RM 152
Trip: 11 days
10.0ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 10.0 Excellent
Based on 1 reviews
Overall
6.6
Boarding
6.7
Comfort
6.3
Crew
7.0
Entertainment
5.3
Food
5.9
KUL
KBV
Mediocre 2.0

Delay

JHB
KUL
Excellent 10.0

Awesome services - on the air and on the ground

Can't think of any

CNX
KUL
Excellent 8.0

Pilot was communicative and smooth landing

Long check in. Didn't allow us to mobile or online check in for some reason

LGK
SIN
Mediocre 3.0

The food is shockingly decent. Yeah you have to pay cash and it’s not convenient, but the food is edible and there is lots of variety.

AirAsia sucks balls. Or at least, it was fine leaving Singapore, but returning from a crappy small town airport to it was a fraudulent nightmare. We were told to check in online and add baggage at least two days before flying to avoid excessive baggage fees. So we paid them the first time, no problem. But AirAsias website is clearly coded by bricks with fingers. Because 6,5,4, and 3 days prior, it says such service is unavailable. Okay, we’ll do it at the airport then, it’ll be nice and easy just like at Changi. Only at this crappy subpar excuse for an airport, they live by no rules and want to charge $300USD - more than double what was charged at Changi - for two 20kg bags. 20kg, which my boarding pass and my booking both say we are entitled to, is suddenly 5kg in excess, so they want to screw your American wallet hard, long, and good because even if you had a good time, chances are you will never pass through the half baked gas station that is Langkawi again. Oh yeah and don’t bother paying for the WiFi - they get you good there too - 10mb which is basically a couple jpegs but you won’t get squat anyway. Literally nothing, and then suddenly your puny 10mb has disappeared, along with your money and what’s left of AirAsias credibility.

RGN
KUL
Good 6.0

friendly cabin crew

delayed flights

Thu, 29 Mar
KUL
TGG
1h 00m
Sat, 7 Apr
TGG
KUL
1h 00m
RM 160
Trip: 10 days
10.0ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 10.0 Excellent
Based on 1 reviews
Overall
6.6
Boarding
6.7
Comfort
6.3
Crew
7.0
Entertainment
5.3
Food
5.9
KUL
KBV
Mediocre 2.0

Delay

LGK
SIN
Mediocre 3.0

The food is shockingly decent. Yeah you have to pay cash and it’s not convenient, but the food is edible and there is lots of variety.

AirAsia sucks balls. Or at least, it was fine leaving Singapore, but returning from a crappy small town airport to it was a fraudulent nightmare. We were told to check in online and add baggage at least two days before flying to avoid excessive baggage fees. So we paid them the first time, no problem. But AirAsias website is clearly coded by bricks with fingers. Because 6,5,4, and 3 days prior, it says such service is unavailable. Okay, we’ll do it at the airport then, it’ll be nice and easy just like at Changi. Only at this crappy subpar excuse for an airport, they live by no rules and want to charge $300USD - more than double what was charged at Changi - for two 20kg bags. 20kg, which my boarding pass and my booking both say we are entitled to, is suddenly 5kg in excess, so they want to screw your American wallet hard, long, and good because even if you had a good time, chances are you will never pass through the half baked gas station that is Langkawi again. Oh yeah and don’t bother paying for the WiFi - they get you good there too - 10mb which is basically a couple jpegs but you won’t get squat anyway. Literally nothing, and then suddenly your puny 10mb has disappeared, along with your money and what’s left of AirAsias credibility.

HKG
BKI
Excellent 8.0

No water is provided on board

KUL
SGN
OK 5.6

Cabin crew were professional and courteous. I like the boarding at rear of airplane first

For me, the seats a were uncomfortable. No lower back support.

KUL
MAA
Mediocre 2.0

The plane didn't crash.

Boarding was late and terribly disorganized - just a person yelling row numbers who could barely be heard. The airline makes you pay for water, which is simply inhuman - at least cattle in transport are given free water from time to time. It was a five-hour flight at night but we couldn't put the seats back to relax - the exit row was behind us and they've got the seats crammed in so tight together that they don't give the exit row any extra room to accommodate this, like most airlines. There are ads plastered all over the storage compartments. Recorded announcements threatened us with dire consequences if we stole the life vests (is that a thing people do?!). Everything looks cruddy, dingy and old. It feels like a cheap city bus, but in the air. At the end of the flight the crew walked through fumigating the cabin with spray cans of who-the-hell-knows-what and we had to breathe THAT in. We won't even consider Air Asia again unless there are literally no other possible choices. Just awful.

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