On or about 30 July 2016, I booked on behalf of myself and my travel partner a vacation package from Bangkok, Thailand, to Kuching, Malaysia using Travelocity. My travel voucher from Travelocity clearly indicated round trip air travel from Bangkok to Kuching on Air Asia Berhad. I also received a separate travel itinerary from Air Asia for the air travel. After receiving the travel itinerary from Air Asia, I attempted to ascertain the applicable baggage fee for my travel. Using the Air Asia website, I noted the departure and arrival point for travel and the return stated that no information was available. I then utilized the website to choose seats and in-flight meals - or 'add-ons'. When the menu popped up for inflight meals and seat selection, it automatically added checked baggage fees for me and my travel partner. The amount for round trip air travel was approximately US$60 with no explanation as to how the charges were calculated. The menu for selecting meals and seats was based on two flight segments traveling to Kuching with a layover in Kuala Lumpur and two segments on return to Bangkok with another layover in Kuala Lumpur. Charges for seat assignments were made for each segment. I complained to Travelocity about the baggage and seat fees but was totally rebuffed as they said that I had to resolve my complaint with Air Asia. In addition, there is no way to submit a written complaint to Travelocity so that the nature of a consumer's complaint can be duly documented along with the date of submission. Travelocity is clearly acting as an agent of Air Asia and should be held responsible as well.