AirAsia introduces one-stop travel shop for hotels, activities, restaurants and rewards

AirAsia, the world’s best low-cost airline, is expanding its offering beyond just flights with the launch of a new one-stop travel shop.

Now you can book everything from hotels and activities to restaurants and rewards deals at, the hub for all your travel and lifestyle needs.

The launch of deals at is a significant part of AirAsia’s transformation into more than just an airline. From today, whether you are flying with AirAsia or not, should serve as your number one travel and lifestyle hub.

Features of the new hub include:

  • A personalised travel experience. Using booking and behavioural data such as recent searches and destination information, the new platform will unlock opportunities to book hotels, tours and activities at discounted prices, allowing guests to discover more than just a flight booking at
  • Up to 60% off hotels and accommodation. With more than 500,000 hotels and accommodation providers available on the new site, users can save up to 60% off on select hotels around the world.
  • Trip planning made easier. With access to more than 15,000 unique experiences in over 80 destinations across Asia Pacific, activities such as food and beverage, spa bookings, tours and attraction tickets will be made available at exclusive or discounted prices, meaning guests are able to plan their perfect holiday.
  • Earn and pay with AirAsia BIG Points. Guests who book deals at will earn AirAsia BIG Points on every transaction. Points can then be put towards payment at meaning guests have the ability to offset the costs of flights and activities.

To celebrate the introduction of deals at, guests can book using the promo code APRLAUNCH for 15% discount on all activities, and an additional 5% off already discounted hotels.*

* Promotion valid for three days only from 2-4 April 2019 for travel from now till 31 December 2019. For full terms and conditions visit

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Written by Gregory Basil

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