A little warning though, countries like Indonesia is already implementing an alcohol ban so better be cautious when you plan to pick some vodka for your flight to Jakarta or Bali.
Bottle Volume Limits
Each liquid in your carry-on bags must be in a bottle or container with a maximum volume of 3.4 oz. You cannot carry on larger containers, even if they are mostly empty. There is no bottle volume limit for liquids you pack in your checked baggage.
Bottle Number Limits
In your carry-on, you may bring as many bottles or containers (of the acceptable volume, of course) as you can fit into a single quart-sized bag. You must be able to zip the bag shut, and it must also be transparent. Each passenger is allowed one such bag.
Travelers with infants are allowed to bring formula, juice or breast milk in their carry-ons. These liquids may be carried in containers holding more than the standard 3.4-oz. limit. Additional child-care items, such as baby teething products filled with gel, are also allowed for those traveling with young children. Place these liquids in clear zip-top bags separate from your other liquids, and declare them before you pass through the security checkpoint. The TSA agent may give these liquids an additional screening. To hasten your processing, carry on only as much of your baby-care liquids as you need to get through the flight. Pack the rest in your checked baggage.
Passengers who need to carry on medications or other critical liquids are also exempt from the 3.4-oz limit. For example, if you have diabetes, you may bring juice as well as other necessary medications. The liquids must still be packed in clear zip-top bags, separate from your other carry-on liquids, and you must declare them before you pass through security.
There is no volume limit for liquids in checked baggage. Put all large bottles of toiletries and other products in your checked suitcase, making sure the containers are sealed and will not leak. Liquids can add significant weight to your suitcase. To avoid an overweight bag fee, check with your airline in advance to determine weight limits for checked baggage.
Liquids that can disable or hurt people are banned from both carry-on and checked baggage. This ban includes all flammable liquid or gel paints, including spray paint; all types of fuels or gasoline; bleach and chlorine; tear gas; and batteries containing liquid that can spill.