Discuss culture, living, traveling, relocating, dating or anything related to the Asian countries - China, The Philippines, Thailand, etc.
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The cheapest international airfare search engine I know of is SkyScanner.
For flights within China or to nearby Asian countries, try Ctrip Flight search:
Tiger Air has the cheapest flights around Asia because they are a budget airline.
Some tips for finding cheap flights.
However, keep in mind that the cheapest flights are usually at the most inconvenient times, such as late night AM flights.
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Sometimes cheap isn't the best way to go though. Lots of stops or arriving in the USA before your final destination going through customs and moving to a domestic airport terminal can be hell on earth. I've lived in china 5 years and going back and forth has been a learning experience.... Certain times of the year tickets get cheap. I recommend going Korean air. Their airport is amazing with good free private showers and relaxing areas... Once you get 50000 miles you can go to the VIP place where it's like a 5 star hotel service for free....
The best part though, not touching my bags until I get to final destination. LA is the worst airport ever, having cheaper flights in and out of there was the biggest hassle ever. Have to leave the airport entirely and walk (I was in the rain) with big ass totes full of stuff in and out of security and customs only to go back to the airline....
Korea has non stops to any major city in America and most Asian big cities as well. It also cuts the length of the big flight down.
I could keep rambling about why you should take Korean air. Do what you feel is best. Good luck!
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