Jeju Island, also known as the “Island of the Gods”, is a popular holiday destination for tourists. And soon, you’ll be able to fly directly from Kuala Lumpur to Jeju Island via AirAsia X.
The budget carrier recently unveiled a teaser poster, confirming the news that it’s officially taking off. This comes after it was announced earlier in April that AirAsia was in talks with officials from the Jeju Tourism Organisation (JTO).
From the image above, it indicates that AirAsia X will be providing direct flights from KLIA2 to Jeju Island 4 times per week. Other direct flights to South Korea include Seoul (currently 18 times weekly), Busan (currently 5 times weekly), and Incheon. An upcoming press conference is expected to reveal the actual launch date.
With this easy access to Jeju, there’s no doubt that more and more Malaysians will making plans to visit the magical island. In recent years, Jeju Island has seen a massive growth in tourism thanks to digital and social media. Not only do people travel to visit the world famous Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes, there are also many natural hiking trails and scenic spots to explore.
Source: Places and Foods / Featured image: AirAsia.