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Transit

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Tourist (Standard)
Processing time:
1 Day to 2 Days
Category:
e-visa
Stay period:
15 Days
Validity:
30 Days
Entry:
Single Entry
Fees:
INR 1986

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TOURIST VISA REQUIREMENT FOR Malaysia

Passport

Passport details are mandatory when you apply for Malaysia E-visa Online. A passport or a travel document, with at least 6 months validity beyond the date of departure from the country must be submitted. It should also contain 2 blank pages.

Hotel Booking/Accommodation Proof

A pre-paid hotel booking/accommodation must be shown and indicated on the Disembarkation Card.

Passport details are mandatory when you apply for Malaysia E-visa Online. A passport or a travel document, with at least 6 months validity beyond the date of departure from the country must be submitted. It should also contain 2 blank pages.

Photograph

Recent color photographs with a white background - Preferably the photo should not be cropped from the passport; black and white photographs will not be entertained.

Travel Itenary

This involves flight details (a confirmed return flight ticket). A printed copy is accepted, merely the PNR no. / any other proof is not taken.

Hotel Booking/Accommodation Proof

A pre-paid hotel booking/accommodation must be shown and indicated on the Disembarkation Card.

Birth Certificate

Parents of those who are underage (below 14 years) must carry a birth certificate for proof of identity.

Additional Documents

The Malaysian government may require additional documents in case of Malaysia e-visa online – however, this is based on the individual application and case-dependent.

IMPORTANT VISA INFORMATION FOR MALAYSIA

  • All Indian passport holders require a valid visa to enter Malaysia.
  • Each applicant must have all the mandatory documents as mentioned in requirement tabs below
  • In addition to the documents mentioned, our visa experts or the concerned embassy may require you to furnish additional documents to process your visa.Your cooperation in furnishing any such additional documents is essential for a positive outcome.
  • If all the documents are not ready at the time of agent visit then additional charges levied when agent visits your residence again
  • Fee may vary for country if rate of the embassy fluctuate.
  • FAQ's

    Conditions for the Multiple Entry Visa are:

  • Proof of sufficient funds for staying in Malaysia must be displayed by the applicant.
  • Possession of a valid and confirmed return ticket must be proven by the applicant.
  • A Multiple Entry Visa is not eligible for tour groups.
  • The cost of the Multiple Entry Visa is RM100.00 for Indian Citizens, and RM30.00 for citizens of the People’s Republic of Malaysia.
  • A valid passport
  • Malaysia eVisa/eNTRI Note
  • Boarding pass
  • Confirmed air tickets (onward & return.
  • Complete travel itinerary
  • Adequate funding to cover any expenses during your stay in Malaysia (This could be in the form of cash/credit cards/ATM cards).
  • Proof of accommodation (hotel bookings etc.)
  • At the moment, Indian citizens do not need biometrics for the processing of their Malaysia e-visa online.

    Yes, all Indian citizens, even those who have US/UK visas, require Malaysian visas for entry into the country.

    It is recommended that the Malaysia visa application be done 1 month from the date of travel.

    Large (tour) groups are not eligible to apply for a multiple entry visa, so it is better for each individual in your group to apply separately.

    Actually, Malaysia does not offer a business visa - they only offer a single-entry and multiple-entry visa, with the explicit stating of multiple entry visas being for those who “require a visa to enter Malaysia mainly for business or government-to-government matters”. Therefore, if you will only enter once, it is possible to apply for a single-entry visa - keeping in mind that your trip must be only for business meeting, discussion, negotiation etc., and you are not engaging in any employment (paid or unpaid).

    You must choose one passport to apply for the visa, and must travel with the same passport. Inconsistencies between your travel document (passport) and the information you provide in your visa application will not be tolerated.

    Those who hold Indian diplomatic/official passports do not require a (business/any other) visa to visit Malaysia.

    The Transit Without Visa (TWOV) is applicable for a stop-over of up to 120 hours after clearing Malaysian Immigration. It is worth noting that the granting of a Transit without Visa (TWOV) is solely at the discretion of the Malaysian Immigration, even if guest(s) meet all the prerequisite criteria.

    Eligible countries include:

    Indian Subcontinent

  • Sri Lanka
  • India
  • Pakistan
  • Bangladesh
  • Diplomatic & Official Passports only

    Other Countries

  • Bhutan
  • China
  • Myanmar
  • Nepal
  • Vietnam
  • Onward ticket must be within 120 hours.
  • Arrival and departure must be done only via the same airport. (E.g. Arrive in KLIA2, Depart from KLIA2)
  • Applicant must hold a valid onward ticket and carry a visa issued from/and are heading to any one (1) of the seven (7) countries listed below (*TWOV will not be issued if next country of destination is not listed):
    1. Australia
    2. New Zealand
    3. United States of America (USA)
    4. Japan
    5. China
    6. Taiwan
    7. South Korea
  • A copy of the itinerary and original tickets in printed form (and not digital) should be produced. Holding only a PNR/booking number will not be sufficient.
  • Onward ticket must be within 120 hours.
  • Given that flights departing the country depart from the same entry point, passengers may arrive & depart via AirAsia / other airlines and connect/depart via said airlines.
  • A confirmed onward ticket to the next (/3rd) country must be displayed.
  • There is a similar option called an eNTRI visa, that allows for you to gain a travel eNTRI document online, that you show to the Immigration Officals upon landing. It can be said that it is somewhere between an e-visa and a visa on-arrival, and is only available for Indian and Chinese nationals currently.

    Yes, you can. Malaysia does offer an e-visa service to nationals of China, India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Bhutan, Serbia, and Montenegro. You cannot apply for it if you are in Malaysia, Singapore or Israel at the time of application.

    It will take around 48 hours (~2 days) to obtain the final visa. After getting the visa, you will need to print it out (either in colour or black and white) on an A4 sheet.

    Indian nationals can apply for a multiple entry e-visa. This cannot be extended. Other nationals can apply for a multiple-entry visa, however, not an e-visa.

    Yes. You can do so – both versions are accepted.

    A Malaysia visa for Indians (in case you opted for an e-visa) is valid for 30 days. You will be subject to detainment and fines if you do not adhere to this.

    It is advised to start processing your visa 2 weeks prior to your travel dates. This way, you will not have to forego more losses if it is declined (will have enough time to apply for it again).

    These differ based on your nationality and the kind of visa you are applying for. Our website page for Malaysia visa has all the information on the fees for a regular tourist, business and transit visa.

    It takes approximately 4-6 weeks to obtain your VAL Student Pass. You will need your official transcripts and admission letter before you start this process.

    You will need a regular tourist visa to visit them. If you are an Indian or Chinese national, you can opt for the eNTRI facility as well.

    No. You will have to be outside the country if you want to apply for an e-visa to travel to Malaysia.

    Yes. You do not need a Malaysia tourist visa if you are an Indian or Chinese national – the eNTRI visa will suffice.

    The website of the Consulate General of Malaysia (in Chennai) states that if your trip is only for business meeting, discussion, negotiation etc. (as long as the visit does not cover any paid or unpaid employment), you may enter the country by using tourist visa.

    No. You will not be able to engage in any paid or unpaid work on this visa. For work, you will need to apply for a Malaysia working visa.

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