A Malaysia Visa is granted to foreign nationals who wish to enter Malaysia, and who are citizens of visa-subject countries. Malaysian Visas only allows the holder to travel to Malaysia, where they will be subject to border checks upon arrival. This means that a visa is not a complete guarantee that you can stay in Malaysia, for any purpose. It is the Immigration Officer at the entry point who decides whether you can enter Malaysia or not. The Immigration Officer at the entry point will issue all foreign travelers a Pass. Malaysia Passes are an endorsement in your passport which states that you are allowed to stay in the country and for how long. Even if you are not required to obtain a Malaysian visa prior to travel, you will still receive a Pass on your passport and be subject to immigration check at the entry point. Malaysia is situated in Southeast Asia is situated on the Malay Peninsula and the island of Borneo. Its tourist attractions include beaches, rainforests and mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European cultures. The capital, Kuala Lumpur, is home to the  famous 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers.

Prominent tourist destinations in Malaysia –

  • Petronas Twin Towers
  • Sunway Lagoon
  • Selangor Fruits Valley
  • Rawa Island, known as the Maldives of Malaysia
  • Sky Mirror
  • Tusan Beach, known for the exquisite “blue tears” algae that produce a glowing neon blue light
  • Kellie’s Castle
  • Saujana Hijau Park
  • Jalan Alor
  • KL Forest Eco Park, among the oldest permanent forest reserves in Malaysia
  • Tempurung Cave
  • Tower Walk 100
  • Rainforest Discovery Centre

There are many reasons that make Malaysia worth visiting. These include –

  • Rainforest trekking
  • Cultural diversity
  • Urbanized and modern, yet most still stay true to the age-old traditions
  • Tropical climate
  • UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • Greta islands, such as Penang and Langkawi
  • Natural monuments
  • Wildlife that can’t be found anywhere else in the world

There are 3 types of Malaysia tourist visa, eligibility varies based on various factors. The 3 different types of Malaysia tourist visas are:

  • Malaysia eNTRI visa
  • 30 days single entry visa
  • 30 days multiple entry visas




Malaysia eNTRI visa (15 days)

INR 1980

30 days single entry visa

INR 3580

30 days multiple entry visas

INR 3780

Documents required for Malaysia visa online application
  • Scanned colour copy of the first and last page of your passport
  • Passport should be valid for at least 6 months
  • Confirmed return air tickets
  • Scanned colour copy of your passport-size photograph taken against a white background without specs
  • Confirmation of hotel booking mentioning the details of travel, details of the traveller, and contact details of the hotel
  • Scanned copy of your Covid-19 certificate with both doses
  • Original bank statements reflecting transactions for the last month (Consulate may ask for it)

Additional documents

If the applicant is a minor (Below 18)

  • Scanned colour copy of the birth certificate
  • A scanned copy of your documents should be in .jpeg format.
  • If the applicant’s place of collection of documents is within Mumbai, an additional courier fee of Rs 500 will be applicable. If the applicant’s place for dropping off documents is other than Mumbai, an additional courier fee of Rs 700 will be applicable on Malaysia tourist visa fees.
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