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Why The ‘#Healing’ Travel Trend Makes PERFECT Sense

Why The ‘#Healing’ Travel Trend Makes PERFECT Sense

Plan your very own #healing vacay and book flights to your dream destinations during the Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair!

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Look, we totally get it… The year has just started but the weight of life with its endless responsibilities is already making our shoulders ache.

The pressure of spending long hours in the office, cramming for exams or dealing with some personal drama can make even the best of us go a bit cuckoo sometimes.

According to the National Health and Morbidity Survey 2019, both Malaysian adults and youths suffer from depression, anxiety and have trouble coping with stress.

However, Malaysians of all ages have been advocating the perfect remedy to deal with our trials and tribulations by going on holiday and partaking in some much-needed healing!

(Credit: jcomp via freepik)

We’re sure you’ve noticed that the #healing trend is taking Malaysian social media by storm. 

The timeline has been full of people posting updates about going on short or long getaways as a means of self or group therapy to destress and reenergize themselves — and for good reason too!

Travelling is an excellent way to balance and improve one’s mental and physical health.

Even the medical experts at KKM (Malaysian Health Ministry) concluded that travelling can promote better mental and emotional stability as well as reduce the risk of serious health problems.

Travelling can also help boost our creativity and change the way we look at things in order to face life’s challenges with a skip in our step.

Just picture yourself soaring above the clouds before arriving at a faraway beach or exploring the sights and sounds of an unfamiliar city for some much-needed fun and relaxation.

(Credit: shes.nik/malaysiaairlines via Facebook)

Sounds rejuvenating, right? Well, why not plan your very own #healing vacay and book flights to your dream destinations during the Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair?!

Malaysia Airlines’ Travel Fair returns for 2023 with amazing discounts and treats for selected domestic and international flights.

Book your flights directly on Malaysian Airlines’ website from now till March 8 to enjoy up to 45% off for flights abroad to Bangkok, Singapore, Bali, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Haneda, Seoul, Taipei, Perth, Sydney, Mumbai, Colombo and London, as well as direct flights from Kota Kinabalu to Taipei and Tokyo.

Or fly locally to Penang, Langkawi, Kuala Terengganu, Kuching and Kota Kinabalu for as low as RM99.

If you have other getaways in mind, then simply check out the other destinations available during the Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair on the website to plan your #healing trip today!

Plus, Malaysian Airlines is also offering discounts for extra travel perks and add-ons including:

  • 15% off Seat Selection (for economy class passengers only)​
  • 15% off Value Bundle (Standard Seat and 10kg Extra Baggage for economy class passengers only)​
  • 15% off Golden Lounge Access (for economy class passengers only)​
  • 15% off Premium Bundle (Extra Legroom Seat and Golden Lounge Access for economy class passengers only)​
  • 15% off Extra Baggage (for economy and business class passengers)​

And if you sign up to become a Malaysian Airlines Enrich member, you’ll get to enjoy an additional 50% bonus Enrich Points for each and every purchase during the ​Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair!

Remember that the fair begins from now till March 8 and the travel period begins from February 22 to November 30, 2023.

Visit Malaysian Airlines’ website, for more information, terms and conditions, and follow em’ on Facebook or Instagram to not miss out on any important updates.

You can also download the Malaysian Airlines mobile app on Google Play, the Apple App Store or your mobile app gallery to book your flights and be off on your #healing journey lickety-split!

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