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ASEAN Explorer Pass gives a year of travel experiences

April 26, 20243 minute read
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Get out your calendar, dust off your passport and get ready to discover the best in South East Asia with AirAsia MOVE’s ASEAN Explorer Pass, which was launched in Kuala Lumpur today by Malaysia’s Tourism Minister, Tiong King Sing. AirAsia MOVE (formerly known as AirAsia Superapp), is a digital venture by Capital A Berhad, moving strongly to solidify its position as an online travel agent (OTA) offering a full range of travel products.

ASEAN Explorer Pass: what’s on offer?

AirAsia MOVE’s signature ‘ASEAN Explorer Pass’ is an annual travel pass allowing holders to explore ASEAN seamlessly with a one-year pass which gives subscribers access to AirAsia’s international and domestic** flight network across ASEAN. ** Domestic routes in ASEAN countries outside of country of domicile.

Subscribers will enjoy

  • Unlimited zero base fare flights
    • *You pay only the government taxes, fees, add-ons, and other applicable charges.
    • * Seat availability for Flights depends on supply and demand on particular routes
  • 0% Instalment Payment Plans available
    • with Maybank, Public Bank, HSBC and Ambank.
  • An early bird promo price of RM999*
    • or RM89.91/month by instalment
    • early bird price available until 30th April.
    • Only available for purchase on the AirAsia MOVE app.
  • Domestic destinations can be redeemed in countries other than their own, in Thailand, Philippines & Malaysia (based on the nationality of passport)
  • Hotel Deals on  a wide range of hotel, of up to 50% off
    • Get extra savings with 30% off promo code that you can use as many times as you wish.
  • AirAsia Ride Deals
    • 1x Free Airport Ride To/From KLIA/KLIA2 worth RM80
    • RM2 OFF any AirAsia Ride in Malaysia, use as many times as you like.
  • Free AirAsia Points
    • Get 1,000 AirAsia Points upon purchase.
    • RM50 off with BigPay (use code ‘BIGPAY’ and checkout with BigPay)
After 30th April, the pass will return to its original price of RM1,188* or RM106.92/month instalment.

For Unlimited Asean Pass holders

If you purchased the ‘Unlimited Asean Pass’ in March 2024 you will have the redemption validity extended until 6th May 2025, for travel until 20th May 2025.
Existing Unlimited Asean Pass holders will see these changes take effect from 7th May 2024 onwards.
Unlimited Asean Pass holders who wish to redeem domestic destinations in countries other than their own (based on nationality on passport), will have SST charges applied when they convert to ‘ASEAN Explorer Pass’. Read the FAQ page here to find out more.

Don’t forget to take your BigPay Card

When you go exploring, remember to take and use your BigPay card, you’ll usually get a better exchange rate than if you use a credit card and you get a record of your purchase straight away.

With features such as real-time currency exchange and low-cost remittance services, BigPay has simplified the process of managing finances while travelling, eliminating the hassle of carrying physical currency or dealing with exorbitant transaction fees at a currency exchange.

Download the AirAsia MOVE app from this page for iPhone, Android or Huawei.

The ASEAN Explorer Pass was officially launched by YB Tiong King Sing, Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia, who is also the Chair of the ASEAN Tourism Ministers, Tan Sri Nazir Razak, Chairman of ASEAN-BAC Malaysia, Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, CEO of Capital A and Executive Chairman of MOVE Digital. Also present at the event were council members from ASEAN-BAC and Nadia Omer, CEO of AirAsia MOVE.

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Tiong King Sing, Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia with other dignitaries at the launch.
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  1. It’s a total RIPOFF, do not make the same mistake I did and buy the ASEAN Pass. They’re very, very limited seats, in most cases you have to book 2 months in advance to even find a seat. I compared using the Pass vs. just booking the same flight on AirAsia site, less than a dollar difference. Travelocity was $6 cheaper than using the pass. And I used several different dates, times, etc and NO financial benefit. Total RIP OFF!!!

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