Google Flights flies in to Malaysia

  • TECH
  • Wednesday, 23 Mar 2016

Get the best deals: Google Flights lets you search for the best flight deals and works on a variety of different devices.

Searching for the best deal in flights? Or perhaps you’re looking for the best time and destinations for food?

Well, Google Flights, the search giant’s service for finding the best deals for flights, has now arrived in Malaysia.

If you’re searching for a destination or specific times and dates to travel, you can just enter those into the search fields and Google Flights will choose the best deals for you.

However, the real power of Google Flights is that you can search based on specific interests as well – while you can’t search using any search term you want, Google Flights provides a number of terms for you to select, such as Beaches, Outdoor recreation, Shopping, Nature and Winter sports, amongst others.

So for example you can choose “1 week”, “June” and “Beaches” to see popular destinations, presented as a series of tiles – tap on one and you’ll get a snapshot of the least expensive flights and hotel options available.

You can also further filter results based on your preferences and personal budget requirements.To get to Google Flights, point your web browser here.

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