Duty Free prices in Malaysia

A list of all airports in Malaysia with information on shopping, dining and duty free.

To plan ahead for your journey to Malaysia you can use Duty Free Information to see what Duty Free shops, boutiques, and products are on offer at the airports in Malaysia before you fly. We pride ourselves on the quality of our database and endeavour to have the most up to date information on what shops and boutiques are available to you on your journey at each airport and the airline that you are flying with.

We have a dedicated team of researchers with contacts at every major airport in the world which helps to ensure that our data is kept as up to date and relevant as possible. However, if you do spot something that is incorrect or out of date, then please let us know via our contact form in the the comments on any of our pages and you can help keep the database as accurate as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions about Malaysia

  • Kuala Lumpur Airport
  • Bintulu Airport
  • Kuching Airport
  • Limbang Airport
  • Marudi Airport
  • Miri Airport
  • Sibu Airport
  • Lahad Datu Airport
  • Kota Kinabalu Airport
  • Labuan Airport
  • Tawau Airport
  • Sultan Abdul Halim Airport
  • Sultan Ismail Petra Airport
  • Sultan Ahmad Shah Airport
  • Kerteh Airport
  • Sultan Azlan Shah Airport
  • Senai Airport
  • Langkawi Airport
  • Malacca Airport
  • Sultan Mahmud Airport
  • Penang Airport
  • Pulau Tioman Airport
  • Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport
  • LTS Pulau Redang Airport
  • Mulu Airport
  • Sandakan Airport
  • Belaga Airport
  • Long Lellang Airport
  • Long Seridan Airport
  • Mukah Airport
  • Bakalalan Airport
  • Lawas Airport
  • Bario Airport
  • Tomanggong Airport
  • Kudat Airport
  • Pulau Pangkor Airport
  • Long Akah Airport

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What airports are in Malaysia

Latest articles about Malaysia

Malaysia Airlines inaugurates direct flight between Kota Kinabalu and Singapore

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Malaysia Airlines Celebrates National Month with Great Deals for Customers

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Thai AirAsia Expands to Japan in Anticipation of Southeast Asia Tourism Rebound

Thai AirAsia is betting that the easing of travel restrictions in Japan and Thailand will translate to strong pent-up demand for flights between the two countries. The airline, along with many others, is adding new routes in the market as the Asian travel recovery picks up. The airline, which is the Thailand-based affiliate of Malaysia’s […]

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Malaysia Airlines partners with Kapten Batik for eco-friendly fashion collection

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Bouncing back: Retail performance gathers strong momentum at Changi Airport

SINGAPORE. Changi Airport Group (CAG) has delivered a positive update on retail activity at Singapore Changi Airport, as air travel recovers strongly with passenger traffic surpassing 50% of pre-COVID levels in June. The airport operator noted that a steady recovery in retail sales buoyed by the relaxation of border restrictions in the Asia Pacific region. […]

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Passenger traffic rebound buoys Malaysia Airports’ Q1 performance

MALAYSIA. Malaysia Airports has reported a sharp recovery in traffic and revenues in Q1 2022, with reduced losses in the period. Passenger traffic more than doubled to 14.8 million group-wide and revenues climbed by +69.4% to RM570.8 million (US$130.4 million). EBITDA leapt to RM186.9 million (US$42.7 million) compared to a modest RM16.2 million a year […]

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