How to fly to southeast Asia for £380 return

Jack Sheldon
Nai Yang beach, Phuket, Thailand

Every so often, Jack Sheldon from Jack’s Flight Club selects a flight deal from the UK for Independent readers that you can’t afford to miss. This week: return flights to south east Asia for £380 return.

Singapore Airlines has just launched a sale, bringing elusive discounts on its direct route to Singapore from London and Manchester. You can also find convenient connections to a host of popular cities around Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines.

Extra luggage allowance, a hot towel when boarding, amenity kits and other comforts are all part of the experience with this upscale carrier.

How to book

Head to Google Flights and enter your departure and destination airports from the list below. You may want to add a “Singapore Airlines” airline filter to the search, to help find the dates included in this deal.

Use Google Flights’ calendar tool to help you highlight the best travel dates (they’ll show up in green).

Once you’ve found your travel dates you can book directly with the airline, or for the lowest fares search the dates on Skyscanner and book with an Online Travel Agent.

Returns from London (LHR)

Singapore (SIN) – £466*

Penang (PEN) – £411

Kuala Lumpur (KUL) – £413

Phuket (HKT) – £449

Bangkok (BKK) – £425

Manila (MNL) – £428

Returns from Manchester (MAN)

Singapore (SIN) – £435*

Phuket (HKT) – £411

Penang (PEN) – £380

*direct

When to fly

The lowest fares are available between late October and early June, excluding the December and Easter holidays. The routes from Manchester work between March and June only.

When to book

This sale started on Friday 23 August, and we’re expecting it to last at least three to four days, although some dates could go sooner.