From May 1st Malaysia Will Resume Visa on Arrival For Indian Tourists

From May 1st Malaysia Will Resume Visa on Arrival For Indian Tourists

If you are planning your trip to Malaysia, this is great news! Malaysia will resume visa-on-arrival for Indian tourists from May 1, 2022, after a rigorous lockdown and travel restrictions. But on the other hand, travelers visiting Malaysia have to follow a set of rules that you need to follow at all times. Have you made arrangements to go to Malaysia following the decision made by the local government?

This is what you should know

As Malaysia takes back visa on arrival, travelers need to keep a few things in mind:

All visitors to the country must complete the RTK-Ag test within 24 hours of arriving in Malaysia.

Before traveling to Malaysia, fully vaccinated travelers infected with COVID-19 within the past 60 days must have a professional-administered RTK-Ag.

All passengers traveling to Malaysia must complete a form prior to departure by downloading and activating the MySejahtera contact tracking app.

Those who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 must still pass an RT-PCR test two days prior to departure and an RTK-Ag test within 24 hours of arrival in Malaysia, as well as a five-day quarantine (the exemption from quarantine is only for those aged 17 and over).

The use of masks is optional and not mandatory in public areas.

Visa on arrival Malaysia rules for Indian travelers

Indian travelers visiting Malaysia for up to 15 days can apply for the eNTRI visa. It is valid for 3 months.

VOA costs are RM 200.00 and visitors must prove they have at least USD 500 in cash (or the equivalent in Ringgit Malaysia) and a confirmed return ticket. Visitors can only stay for 15 days.

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