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Our friends at Stealth Trips tipped us off to this great deal for those looking to head to Asia later this year: there appear to be tons of different flight options on sale starting at just over $600 round-trip from the U.S.

Sale destinations include Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong and Jakarta, departing from US gateway cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, and San Jose, California.

Here are some sample deals we found:

Los Angeles- Bangkok (BKK) for $699.47
Los Angeles- Bangkok (BKK) for $699.47

Los Angeles- Bangkok (BKK) for $699.47
Airline: Air China
Dates: Aug 21—Sept 23; Oct 4—December 8, 2015
How To Book: Orbitz

Los Angeles to
Los Angeles to Ho Chi Minh for $679.46

Los Angeles – H0 Chi Minh (SGN) $679.46
Airline: Air China
Book Through: Air China
Dates: Aug 23—December, 2o15

Los Angeles to Kuala Lumpar for $697
Los Angeles to Kuala Lumpur for $697

Los Angeles – Kuala Lumpur (KUL) $697.10
Airline: United /ANA
Book Through: ANA (United Operates many of the flights on many of the dates)
Dates: Select dates September—November, 2015

Los Angeles to Hong Kong on Air China.
Los Angeles to Hong Kong on Air China for $611.43

Los Angeles to Hong Kong (HKG) $611.43
Airline: Air China
Book Through: Air China
Dates: All dates from August 21—Dec 8, 2015

LAX-CGK – 675.50
Los Angeles to Jakarta (CGK) through United for $675.50.

Los Angeles to Jakarta (CGK) $675.50
Airline: United/ANA
Book Through: United (Earns 18,140 PQM)
Dates: Select dates Aug 24—Dec 10, 2015

Jakarta (CGK)
San Jose, CA to Jakarta (CGK) $675.50

San Jose, CA to Jakarta (CGK) $675.50
Book Through: United  (Earns 17,520 PQM)
Dates: Select dates Oct 1 – Dec 3, 2o15

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San Francisco to Jakarta (CGK) for $679.00
San Francisco to Jakarta (CGK) $679.00
Book Through: United (Earns 17,486 PQM)
Dates: Select date Sept 1—Dec 17, 2015
InterContinental Hong Kong
Consider staying at the InterContinental Hong Kong.

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In addition to booking through the airline’s site directly, you should be able to book most of these through Orbitz, as well.

For Destination Guides check out these posts:
Destination of the Week: Bangkok
Destination of the Week: Ho Chi Minh City
Destination of the Week: Hong Kong

Please report back if you’re able to score any of these deals!

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