Check out what Air Asia offers, though you may have to go via KL
Agree Air Asia via KL is a good idea, other options are via Bangkok where you have a choice of Air Asia or Thai onwards and Jetstar via Singapore or Silk and Singapore Air if you want to spend a bit more, Air Asia also fly SIN-DPS so you could mix and match. How to book? Look at airline websites for prices and to work out a schedule and book direct. Remember that carriers like Air Asia are strictly point to point carriers so allow enough time to collect luggage when connecting and a buffer for possible delays as you will be liable if you miss your connecting flight
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