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Please help: Singapore to Tahiti to Hawaii to Singapore

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Hi! I need help from airfare/airline experts.

My husband and I currently live in Singapore. We have plans to go to Hawaii and Tahiti in 2015. Originally, we planned them as separate trips. Now I'm wondering if it makes more sense to combine the two because there are flights between Hawaii and Tahiti.

I have checked different airlines and came up with the following routing that is, I think, most efficient with schedules that sort of work for us:

August 19: SIN-PPT via AKL on Air New Zealand
August 29: PPT-HNL on Hawaii Airlines
September 4: HNL-SIN via Manila via Philippine Airlines

I haven't priced them out yet, but I assume buying all one-way tickets would be very expensive. Would there be a way to take advantage of a RTW ticket? Or if any of you can come up with a money-saving routing, I'd love to hear it!

Thank you in advance!!

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