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Malaysia Visa for Indians

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    About Malaysia Visa On Arrival for Indians

    Malaysia is a Southeast Asian country that is a preferred destination for tourists across the world. From the sky-high Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur to the unspoilt beaches in Perhentian Island, travellers have so much to see and discover in this country. International tourists, except the nationals of visa-exempt countries, are required to get a visa for entry into the country.

    The Government of Malaysia offers an online visa on arrival for Indians and Chinese. This facility is available since 2017. Moreover, Malaysia has recently introduced 15-day visa-free visit for Indian and Chinese nationals and will be available for the entire 2020. Indian travellers will be required to get registered under the Electronic Travel Registration & Information (eNTRI). It is an online registration system to allow hassle-free entry for Indian citizens under the visa waiver programme.

    Do You Need Visa for Malaysia?

    Malaysia visa for Indian Passport Holders is required for travellers seeking entry into the country. The eNTRI visa allows Indians to enter the country and is convenient as compared to Visa on Arrival. An eNTRI note is issued, as proof of registration, which must be presented when arriving in the country. Once they are registered, travellers can visit the country within a period of three months. The visa will be limited to 15 days and cannot be extended. Travellers can also re-enter the country after 45 days from the date of leaving.

    Indians can also obtain Malaysia visa on arrival for India by paying a fee of 100 USD and can stay in the country for a maximum period of 7 days. It can be obtained from the immigration counter upon arrival. There is also a fee that must be paid. Malaysia eVISA is also available through online facility.

    Types of Malaysia Visa for Indians

    There are mainly three types of Malaysia Visa for Indians as mentioned below:

    • Malaysia eNTRI Visa: This type of visa allows a tourist to stay in the country for a maximum period of 15 days.
    • Single entry eVisa: This visa allows only a single entry for a tourist who can stay for a maximum period of 30 days. The validity is 3 months from the date of issue. It is mainly for those on social visit.
    • Multiple entry eVisa: This visa allows a tourist to enter the country multiple times and they can stay a maximum period of 30 days. The validity is 3 months to 12 months from the date of issue. It is mainly for those travelling for business purpose and also for visits regarding government-to-government matters.
    • Transit Visa: International tourists travelling to other countries and need to enter Malaysia must obtain transit visa. Tourists who are on transit and continue their journey without leaving the airport premises do not need this visa.
    • Transit Without Visa (TWOV): This type of visa is applicable for a duration of 120 hours after clearance from Malaysian Immigration.

    If travellers need to visit the country for a VDR With Reference Visa must avail a visa before entering the country. The following category must apply for VDR:

    • Employment Pass: Expat
    • Dependent Pass: Family members who arrive as dependents
    • Social Visit Pass (Temporary Employment) (PL(KS))
    • Student Pass
    • Professional Visit Pass (Plik)

    Application Procedure for Malaysia Visa

    The Malaysia eNTRI visa can be obtained by following a simple procedure, as mentioned below:

    • Step 1: Visit the online portal for visa application
    • Step 2: Complete the online application with relevant details
    • Step 3: Provide all the supporting documents
    • Step 4: Submit the application and pay the required visa fee

    The applicant will receive the visa through email.

    You can contact any of the Malaysian Representative Office for availing the visa. Moreover, Visa on Arrival can be obtained by the tourists at the specific entry points. They must have a confirmed return flight ticket and minimum funds of 500 USD.

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    Documents Required for Malaysia Visa

    The following documents are required for visa application

    • Passport with validity of minimum 6 months
    • Digital colour copy of passport bio pages
    • Recent passport-sized photograph along with scanned copy
    • Confirmed flight tickets for onward and return trip
    • Proof of accommodation or invitation letter from the host
    • Residence Proof, if applicable

    Tips on Malaysia Visa For Indians

    • The passport should have with at least three blank pages
    • Ensure that you submit the correct documents as sending incorrect documents can delay the processing
    • Indian nationals who are living outside their home country must have the following documents:
    • Roundtrip flight tickets to their country of residence
    • Valid work permit or residence permit from their country of residence

    *For more information, visit the official website

    Buy Travel Insurance for Malaysia

    Travel Insurance for Malaysia is a must for travellers visiting the country. It should be a part of your travel plan so that you can be financially prepared to deal with any medical or non-medical emergency that could occur during your trip. ‘Explore’ is a travel insurance policy by Care Health Insurance that offers destination-specific cover for scenarios like emergency hospitalisation, medical evacuation, personal accident, etc. These are some medical exigencies that can strike without warning. Such adverse situations can be very stressful but with travel policy, all these expenses will be covered. Moreover, your policy will also provide coverage for non-medical exigencies such as trip delays, interruption or cancellation, misplaced or lost baggage and loss of passport.

    FAQs On Malaysia Visa On Arrival for Indians

    Q. How long will it take for Visa Processing?

    The visa is processed within 24 hours which is the standard processing time. The applicant has the option to choose the processing time – one is the standard processing time. The other two options include rush processing which takes 4 hours and super rush processing which takes 1 hour. For single-entry and multiple-entry visa, it takes maximum of 2 to 3 days.

    Q. What is the Required Fee for Visa Application?

    Below is the required fees for visa application:

    • For eNTRI visa, the fee is INR 2,000
    • For Single / Multiple Entry Visa, the fee is INR 3,600
    • For Transit Visa, the fee is INR 4,000
    • For Visa on Arrival, the fee is around INR 7,400 (100 USD)

    Q. How can I Check the Status of Visa Application?

    Using you passport number, you can check the status of your visa application.

    Q. When can the Visa Application get Rejected?

    Submission of incorrect documents or filling incorrect details can lead to rejection of the visa application.

    Q. What are the Other Entry Requirements a Traveller should fulfil?

    In addition to the eNTRI visa print-out, travellers arriving in Malaysia must present documents such as passport, return flight tickets, accommodation proof, proof of funds, etc.

    Q. When Should a Traveller Apply for an eNTRI visa?

    A traveller visiting Malaysia must apply for an eNTRI visa at least 48 hours before departure.

    Q. Is Travel Insurance Mandatory for Indian Passport Holders Who Apply for Malaysia Visa?

    Travel insurance for Malaysia is not a mandatory requirement when applying for Malaysia visa. However, as unforeseen situations can happen anytime, such as hospitalisation, flights delays or cancellation, loss of baggage or passport, etc. it is advisable to buy travel insurance.

    Q. Can I make Changes in my visa application or the documents after submitting them?

    You can make changes in your eNTRI visa application before proceeding for payment. However, if you need to make changes once eNTRI visa application has been processed, you cannot do so. You must apply for an eVisa as you cannot re-apply for eNTRI visa within a period of 45 days from the issue of eNTRI note.

    Q. If my Malaysia Visa Application is rejected, will I receive a refund?

    The fee that an applicant pays for visa processing is non-refundable.

    Q. Does a traveller need to reapply for the visa if the date of departure changes?

    If the date of departure changes, the traveller need not reapply for new Malaysia eNTRI visa from India if the new date falls within a period of 90 days from the approved visa issuance date by the Department of Immigration Malaysia. However, if the date falls after 90 days from the issuance, the traveller must reapply for the visa.

    Disclaimer: All information is from the official website and for reference purposes only. Please validate the terms and conditions before applying for Malaysia Visa.
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