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There are two ways to get a Malaysian Visa for Indian Citizens, either electronically with an eNTRI/eVisa or by submitting the documents via the Malaysian visa application centers in India. However applying for an eNTRI or eVISA is much easier due to minimum document requirement and faster process.
The Malaysia eVISA is an online travel authorization that is issued by the government of Malaysia for visitors from eligible countries traveling to the country for tourism purposes. The eVISA was officially launched by the Malaysia Immigration Department in January 2016.
Malaysia eVISA is valid for 3 months and an eVISA holder is entitled to stay up to a maximum of 30 days for each visit in Malaysia. Each application can only be used once and no extension is allowed.
The standard processing time is 3 to 4 business day once the application is complete and all additional documentation have been provided. However, note that in some cases processing may take up to 5 to 7 business days.
Your Malaysia eVISA will be sent via email once your application is approved. Print 1 copy of the approved eVISA in A4 format either in color or in black and white. Make sure the printed copy is clear and legible. Kindly be reminded that your Malaysia Visa printout is crucial and must be presented upon your arrival at the Malaysian entry checkpoints.
Your eVISA allows you to enter Malaysia via all gazette entry/exit points.
Holders of an approved Malaysia eVISA are only allowed to stay upto a maximum of 30 consecutive days. As per the guidelines from the Malaysian government, an eVISA cannot be extended. However, you can apply for another eVISA if you are traveling to Malaysia again.
Electronic Travel Registration & Information (eNTRI) is an online registration facility provided by the Government of Malaysia to facilitate the entrance of Indian Nationals into Malaysia under the Visa Waiver Programme. An eNTRI Note will be issued as proof of the registration and is required to be presented upon arrival in Malaysia.
Malaysia eNTRI is valid for 3 months from the date of issue with a single entry journey into Malaysia for up to a maximum stay of 15 days only.
You are allowed to stay up to a maximum of 15 days with the eNTRI Note and will be subjected to Malaysian laws when you enter the country. Responsibility to stay in Malaysia within the stipulated time falls under your responsibility.
Upon completion of registration, applicants are required to print out the eNTRI Note, which must be presented upon arrival in Malaysia.
Applicants residing in India must have a direct flight from India to Malaysia and return or a connecting flight via Singapore, Thailand or Brunei by air or land is permitted to enter Malaysia and exit Malaysia via the following Entry/Exit points: (no entry by water permitted)
Applicants residing outside India (Expatriate) must have a flight to Malaysia and return flight ticket from Malaysia to India or applied country. Applicants residing outside India (Expatriate) must have a flight ticket to Malaysia and must have a return flight ticket to India or another country if travelling by Air. The applicants are only permitted to enter Malaysia and exit Malaysia via the following Entry/Exit points:
Yes. The system is fully owned by the Government of Malaysia. All information obtained during the Malaysia eNTRI & eVISA process is kept in a highly secure environment which is in line with the Laws of Malaysia under the Personal Data Protection Act 2010.
The following documents are required to be presented upon arrival at Malaysia entry checkpoints:
At the outset both Malaysia Visas for Indians I.e. eNTRI and eVISA are the same. But the only distinction between them is that Malaysia eVISA allows you to stay upto 30 days with multiple entries whereas Malaysia eNTRI allows you to stay in Malaysia for a maximum duration of 15 days only. So if you intend to stay for more than 15 days or even unsure of your plan to return early then it is better you apply for a Malaysia eVISA rather than an eNTRI for your visa purpose.
The process is fairly straight forward as any other visa verification. We suggest you have a copy of your Malaysia visa stapled to your passport. At the immigration counter, you may be asked to present the following documents. Post verification of your below documents, you will be permitted to enter Malaysia.
Once all is well, you will be allowed to enter into Malaysia.
When you exit Malaysia, you will be again asked to present your Malaysia eVISA (which was approved when you entered Malaysia). Then an exit stamp will be hit and you are allowed to exit Malaysia.
No, The Malaysia Visa does not guarantee that you are entitled to enter Malaysia. Upon arrival in Malaysia, your documents will be inspected by a Malaysian Immigration Officer who may determine whether you are in admissible for any reason under the Malaysian law.
The easiest way to apply for a Malaysia Visa is to contact us. We are experts in the travel and tourism sector with over 40 years of exp erience. Through our expertise, in-depth knowledge and integrity, we commit to delivering an exceptional experience to our customers each and every time you use our service. In order to help us understand your unique visa needs, please drop in your query and our Expert will get in touch with you.
You are strongly advised to purchase a health / travel insurance to cover yourself in Malaysia as medical treatment can be very expensive in Malaysia. We can certainly assist you with the travel insurance as it’s an absolute necessity for International travel in the event of unexpected events such as medical emergencies, baggage delay or loss etc.
Akbar Travels has been a part of more than one million travel dreams. We offer a superior, quick and hassle-free Malaysia Visa Facilitation service. With a highly professional and dedicated team of Travel visa Experts, we are here to cater to all your Malaysia visa application requirements Read moreThroughout your visa process, you will have a dedicated visa expert handling your application.
Here are the steps to apply for a Malaysia Visa through Akbar Travels:
Step 1: Provide your travel details to our Visa Expert and get all your queries answered.
Step 2: Pay your Malaysia visa fee online and upload all your documents online through our secured online document locker to ensure its confidentiality.
Step 3: Our Visa Experts will thoroughly verify and scrutinize your documents and further submit it online.
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Malaysia as a country can easily be defined as a melting point of cultures where the best of the world comes to amalgamate and create the perfect tourist destination for everyone. From the oldest rainforest in the world, to the world’s highest sky bridge; from a beautiful island to some magical caves, Malaysia is indeed an interesting place to be, and its ever-growing popularity as a tourist destination is a testimony to that fact. Malaysia is located in Southeast Asia, between Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia. The huge island of Borneo is shared with Brunei and Indonesia, and borders in the north to the Philippines. In the last few years Malaysia has become ever more popular for tourists. This is partly due to positive PR (by the government and by websites like this one), but also because flying to the other side of the world is becoming more and more affordable. Malaysia is a perfect country to visit for all types of tourists. It is a great destination for backpackers, for groups, couples and families with children. Every now and then new attractions are discovered in Malaysia; existing attractions are upgraded or renovated regularly. Accommodation in Malaysia is often very affordable compared to neighbouring countries; though prices have risen the last few years it is still reasonably cheap.
Places to visit in Malaysia
Some of the greatest attractions in Malaysia are situated in the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. You’ll find roller coasters in shopping malls, monkeys flying from the trees and the biggest attraction of them all, the Petronas Twin Towers! These gigantic identical towers are where the previously mentioned highest sky bridge in the world is located. It’s a magical view from the bridge that connects both towers. The buildings were the world’s tallest for a full 6 years from 1998-2004, but still remain the world’s tallest twin towers. Here’s an awesome fact; both the towers were made by different companies, one by a Japanese firm and the other by a Korean firm. While the towers were being constructed, it turned into an epic race to the finish. The Korean company, i.e. Samsung Engineering and Construction won the race by secretly assembling the spire inside the tower and placing the completed spire on the East tower in the early hours of one morning in 1996. Another aspect that Malaysia is famous for is its street food. Unparalleled in taste and variety, Malaysian street food has a reputation that precedes its quality. The street vendors have a stellar menu for fans of local Malaysian food and also in Chinese, Indian or Thai food. The street hawkers are undoubtedly the unsung heroes of the Malaysian food market, who will feed and fill your bellies with delicious food for a few ringgits. Penang is a place which is considered by many to have the best food in the South-East Asian peninsula.
Malaysia is a place of vast culture and is home to people from various walks of life. This makes their tourism very varied and has elements that all kinds of people can enjoy.Show less
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The Single-Entry Visa is the most basic type of Malaysia Visa issued to casual travelers who visit the country for vacations, or for social visits. These types of Visas are valid for 3 months from the date of issue and are provided to foreign nationals who want to visit Malaysia for a temporary visit.
This is the type of Malaysia Visa that is required for people who have frequent business in Malaysia and need to visit the country multiple times in the same year. One can get this type of Visa issued for a validity of a minimum of 3 months, and maximum of 12 months from the date of issue. Each entry in that issues time can only last as long as 30 days. Extension of stay is not allowed.
This is the type of Visa that is issued to foreign nationals who are passing through the country to transit to other countries, for example when you have a connecting flight in Malaysia for some other country. This however, is only required when the foreign national needs to exit the premises of the airport. A transit Visa is not required for people who are not going to leave the airport premises and those who are travelling to the next destination from the same flight.
A TVOW is only applicable to foreign nationals after clearing Malaysian immigration, for a maximum of 120 hour stop in Malaysia. TWOV is a little tricky to avail. Even if the applicant meets all the criteria, it’s still on the prudence of the Malaysian Immigration.