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Toronto to Manila, Bangkok, Hanoi, etc. $476 to $595 roundtrip w/ China Southern Airlines

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Toronto to Manila, Bangkok, Hanoi, etc. $476 to $595 roundtrip w/ China Southern Airlines

Deal Link:
Posted on January 15, 2019 via Next Departure. It says Deal Expired on website but it is still live as of 10:30AM.

China Southern Airlines has once again dropped their prices (but different dates) to select Asian cities from Toronto down to only $476 to $595 CAD roundtrip including taxes.

Shanghai, China – $476
Manila, Philippines – $551
Bangkok, Thailand – $571
Phuket, Thailand – $571
Bali, Indonesia – $577
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – $580
Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam – $585
Hanoi, Vietnam – $591
Phnom Penh, Cambodia – $595
*prices are listed in CAD, roundtrip and include taxes

Flights have 1 connection each way in Guangzhou. Some flights may require an overnight layover.

BAGGAGE POLICY:
2 checked bags and 1 carry-on are included. For more details, view the airline’s baggage policy.

AVAILABILITY:
Select dates departing in March & April

HOW TO SEARCH FOR DATES AND BOOK:
1. Go to Kayak or Skyscanner

2. Search for Toronto (YYZ) to one of the destination mentioned above

3. Mix and match the following departure/return dates for your preferred length of stay.

DEPARTURE DATES:
Mar 23
Apr 5, 9, 10, 12, 15, 16, 17, 24, 26

RETURN DATES:
Mar 31
Apr 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16
May 2, 9

NOTE: If one set of dates do not work, then try another. These flights can sell out quickly!
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do you need China Visa if your connection is Guangzhou?
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I flew China southern to Kathmandu in Oct. Stopover in Guangzhou as well. No visa required unless you plan on leaving the airport.

One thing to note. That airport is boring AF. I spent 8 hours there on a layover and there is nothing to do. Wifi is terrible as well. What's app worked intermittently but would go down for hours on end. I had lounge passes so I managed to have a few drinks which was the only way to keep my sanity. It's is a very clean, very sterile airport. Except the one massive cockroach I saw in the lounge.... Wouldn't recommend eating there.
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cf7777 wrote: do you need China Visa if your connection is Guangzhou?
I flew to Delhi with Guangzhou as my connection; no visa required.
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Malta wrote: I flew China southern to Kathmandu in Oct. Stopover in Guangzhou as well. No visa required unless you plan on leaving the airport.

One thing to note. That airport is boring AF. I spent 8 hours there on a layover and there is nothing to do. Wifi is terrible as well. What's app worked intermittently but would go down for hours on end. I had lounge passes so I managed to have a few drinks which was the only way to keep my sanity. It's is a very clean, very sterile airport. Except the one massive cockroach I saw in the lounge.... Wouldn't recommend eating there.
LOL , I thought the exact same thing. I assumed because its proximity to HK's amazing airport and being Chinese, it would be good. I can't remember if there was even a Starbucks there. You had to lineup at a kiosk for a ticket just to get wifi, silly procedure. And probably the most crowded lounges I've ever been in but I managed to use the shower.
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Good deal, but on a separate note:

It seems like Nextdeparture turning into a paid subscription service?
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East York mofo!
Looking for a deal to Tokyo/Seoul/Dubai and I haven't seen for a loooong time
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Checked my vacation dates in June, full price (I see now June wasn't listed in the posted deal). I see no China Southern deals for my dates.

I'm hoping they'll drop their regular rates for June in the near future.

China Southern doesn't have smaller seats than the other airlines does it? It's already pretty cramped on Eva/A.C/Cathay and I can't make my shoulders any smaller. They seem to be competitively priced, even at full fair compared to other airlines.
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You going to all 3 destinations in 1 shot?
ManCaveGamer wrote: Looking for a deal to Tokyo/Seoul/Dubai and I haven't seen for a loooong time

WOULD SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!
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Hitting some of the civilization-building hot spots, warm not hot, nice work OP.
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ManCaveGamer wrote: Looking for a deal to Tokyo/Seoul/Dubai and I haven't seen for a loooong time
You're hitting peak civilization by nailing those three destinations. Commendable.

Some folks like the serenity of nature, and there's a time and place, for others it's nice to be surrounded by the monoliths of human ingenuity.

I too would like such a deal.
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ManCaveGamer wrote: Looking for a deal to Tokyo/Seoul/Dubai and I haven't seen for a loooong time
Assuming you want to get all 3 in one trip, that's a weird itinerary to fly in that order, maybe YYZ-DXB-TYO-ICN-YYZ would work better.

Out of curiosity. what's your budget and expected time of travel?
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Is the deal dead? I can't seem to find any flights in those price ranges.
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EVA is "how I met your mother" is what I tell my children just before bedtime. :)
Google: "TMC" + "so....some Model S will be out of WARRANTY soon *battery pack pricing"
--> around $20k USD for battery replacement? :(
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East York mofo!
Cheapo-Findo wrote: You going to all 3 destinations in 1 shot?
redflagdealsguy wrote:
You're hitting peak civilization by nailing those three destinations. Commendable.

Some folks like the serenity of nature, and there's a time and place, for others it's nice to be surrounded by the monoliths of human ingenuity.

I too would like such a deal.
kimwoobingsu wrote: Assuming you want to get all 3 in one trip, that's a weird itinerary to fly in that order, maybe YYZ-DXB-TYO-ICN-YYZ would work better.

Out of curiosity. what's your budget and expected time of travel?
No no no, not all 3... I'm talking a deal from Toronto for 1 out of those 3 places, which I haven't seen for a loooong time, and I've been checking for flight deals daily

like for $500-$600 rt, spend a week or so there, hostels 'n cheap airbnb or somthing

I am unemployed, so it's the perfect time for me to go now to one of those destinations, Tokyo, Seoul, or Dubai

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