of Israel and Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro), citizens of
the British Dependent Territories and those of scruffy
appearance will be denied entry. Passports issued by Taiwan
are not recognised unless accompanied by a document in lieu of
a passport and an entry visa.
A valid passport or other travel documents recognised by
the Malaysian government required by all. The former must be
valid for at least 6 months at date of entry and the latter
should be endorsed with a valid re-entry permit.
All visitors must also have proof of adequate funds and an
onward or return sea or air ticket.
on social and business visit purposes are to be guided by the
following visa requirements:
No visas are required for citizens of Commonwealth
countries (except Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka),
British Protected Persons or citizens of the Republic of
Ireland and citizens of Switzerland, Netherlands, San Marino
Three Months Visa-Free Visit
Citizens of Albania, Austria, Algeria, Argentina, Bahrain,
Belgium, Czech Republic, Republic of Slovakia, Denmark, Egypt,
Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Japan,
Jordan, Kuwait, Luxembourg, Lebanon, Morocco, Norway, Oman,
Qatar, Spain, South Korea, Republic of Bosnia, Sweden, Saudi
Arabia, Turkey, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, United States of
America, United Arab Emirates and Yemen are eligible for three
months visa free visit.
Month Visa-Free Visit
Applicable to citizens of ASEAN countries.
14-Days Visa-Free Visit
Citizens of Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Libya and Syria are
eligible for 14-days visa free visit.
Applicable to citizens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Republic of
Belarus, Bulgaria, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakstan, Kirghizstan,
Latvia, Lithuania, Moldavia, Romania, Russia, Tajikistan,
Ukraine and Uzbekistan. Air travellers on transit (not
exceeding 72 hours) are eligible for a visa-free visit.
As regulations may change from time to time, it is advisable
to check with the nearest Malaysian Embassy before your
of visa and cost
Social and Business: £10 (single- and
multiple-entry). For nationals of India, a single-entry visa
costs £10 and a multiple-entry visa costs £20. For holders
of Taiwanese passports, all visas cost £20. Prices are
subject to change. Enquire at the Malaysian High Commission
The permitted length of stay is entered on the visa at the
time of issue and is at the discretion of the issuer.
Extensions are possible. Enquire at the Malaysian High
Commission for further details.
and inquiries to: Malaysian High Commission; see address
(a) Passport valid for at least 6 months. (b) 3
passport-size photos. (c) Fee (payable in cash or postal order
only). (d) 3 completed and signed application forms (at a
charge of £0.75 each). (e) Proof of sufficient funds. (f)
Onward or return ticket. (g) Compulsory yellow fever
vaccination certificate for all visitors coming from infected
areas. (h) Letter of introduction from applicant's employer,
college or university.
Those wishing to take up employment should apply for a
Professional or Employment Pass and have their prospective
employers contact the Malaysian Immigration Headquarters,
Putra Jaya, Malaysia(tel: (03)
88801100; fax: (03) 88801200.