Visa Requirements for Malaysia

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Visa Not Required

Passport holders of 193 countries can travel to Malaysia without prior visa, eVisa, or on-arrival visa.

eVisa

Passport holders for 10 countries can obtain an electronic visa / authorization prior to arrival to travel to Malaysia.

  • eVisa30 daysSingle Entry.
  • eVisaNationals of China who reside or have been in Hubei Province or have a passport issued in Hubei Province are not allowed to transit or enter Malaysia
  • eVisa30 daysVisa on arrival is also issued if arriving from Thailand, Singapore or Indonesia and holding a valid visa for any of those countries.
    Multiple Entry e-Visa 30 days, until 31 December 2020
    ENTRI to be applied on Official Website https://www.windowmalaysia.my
    ENTRI: Processing Fee is US$20 and it is not inclusive of convenience fee.
    EVISA: Processing Fee is US$25 only and Visa Fee is INR1150 *inclusive of convenience fee.
  • eVisa
  • eVisa30 days Free transit pass for stays up to 120 hours when transiting through Kuala Lumpur International Airport. must hold an onward ticket departing from Kuala Lumpur and must either be operated by Air Asia or Malaysia Airlines.
  • eVisaVisa-free transit for 120 hours, provided arriving at and departing from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (only permitted to leave the transit area when switching terminals).
  • eVisa30 days
  • eVisa30 days
  • eVisaMay apply online.

Pre-arranged Visa Required

Prior to arrival at Malaysia, passport holders of 25 countries must obtain a visa at their corresponding consulate of Malaysia. Additional travel conditions (such as Visas to other countries) may waive this requirement.

Entry Refused

Disagreements between Malaysia and 1 country have imposed restrictions in traveling to Malaysia.

  • Entry RefusedMalaysia does not allow entry to Israeli passports in general, however exceptional entry is possible under Malaysian law.
    In addition to a visa, a clearance permit should also be obtained from the Ministry of Home Affairs prior to arrival in Malaysia.

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