For stays of less than 90 days, a visa is usually not required. Due to COVID-19, Malaysia has imposed rigorous entry restrictions and quarantine regulations. For additional information on COVID-19 entry/exit regulations in Malaysia, go to the Embassy’s COVID-19 page.
TOURISTS VISA REQUIRED:
GETTING INFORMATION ABOUT VISAS
A visa can be obtained in one of two ways:
- Through a Malaysian Representative Office in your home nation. For further information, go to the Malaysian Immigration Department’s official website.
- eVisa is a service that allows you to pay for things online.
What exactly is eVISA?
eVISA is a user-friendly online tool that streamlines the visa application process by issuing electronic visas to foreign nationals seeking entry to Malaysia.
Who is eligible to apply for an eVISA?
Applicants must be citizens of one of the following countries:
- Sri Lanka is a country in South Asia.
Where to Submit an Application
Except for Malaysia and Singapore, you can apply for an eVISA from anywhere in the world.
Note: As new nations are added in phases, the list of countries will grow.
How Long Are eVISAs Good For?
eVISA holders are only allowed to stay in Malaysia for a total of 30 days per entrance. This is mostly determined on the sort of eVISA you possess.
What’s the Best Way to Get Started?
To begin the application process, first-time candidates should click here and select “I’m New.”
To log in to their account, registered users can choose the “Returning User” option.
What Documents Are Required for an eVISA Application?
To submit your application, you must scan and upload the following documents:
- A current passport-sized photo, as specified in the eVISA application website’s Guidelines.
- The information page of your passport, as presented on the eVISA application website in the Sample.
- A genuine and valid return flight ticket.
- Minors’ birth certificates are required.
- Additional paperwork may be required depending on the rules of the nation from which you are applying.
In relation to my eVISA application, how will I be contacted?
An E-mail will be used to contact you. It is recommended that you check your inbox on a frequent basis.
What Documents Are Required at Malaysian Entry Checkpoints?
The following documents will be required of you:
- Take a print of your eVISA.
- Proof of adequate finances (cash, traveler’s checks, debit, or credit card(s)) to meet your spending in Malaysia.
- A genuine and valid return ticket.
- Proof of lodging is required.
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