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MALAYSIA IS CLOSED: Malaysia has not yet re-opened for tourism. Malaysia has currently prohibited entry for almost all foreigners who have visited South Africa, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, or Zimbabwe in the previous 14 days. Malaysian citizens and permanent residents who have been to these countries may reenter Malaysia, but must quarantine for two weeks in a designated quarantine center.

In March 2017, the Government of Malaysia introduced the Electronic Travel Registration & Information (eNTRI) facility, which allows citizens from India to visit Malaysia for up to 15 days in total.

The Malaysian eNTRI eVisa is available to nationals of India. Applicants will receive their visas via email, after filling the application form with the necessary information and once the online payment is completed. The document must be presented upon arrival in Malaysia.

The major advantage of the eNTRI visa is that travelers can receive the document in just one hour using Super Rush processing offered by The eNTRI visa does not require a formal review by the Malaysian government and is issued automatically to travelers who meet the visa requirements.

Present the eNTRI eVisa to the authorities upon arrival. We recommend printing out a copy to have on hand as well as keeping the digital copy that we will deliver to you by email.

Required Documents to Apply
  • Passport with at least 6-months of validity
  • Credit/debit card for payment
  • Recent passport-sized photo
  • Digital copy of passport bio page
  • Travel itinerary
  • Return flight ticket with E-Ticket number
  • Hotel reservation or invitation letter from your host
  • Birth certificate for minors (if applicable)
  • Work or residence permit if living abroad.
Important Instructions
  • The eNTRI visa is only available to Indian nationals.

  • eNTRI visa must be obtained at least 48 hours prior to departure.

  • The Malaysia eNTRI allows stays for a maximum of 15 days in Total.

  • The eNTRI visa is valid only for one single entry (you need to re-apply each time you want to visit Malaysia).

  • A proof of accommodation is required to obtain the travel document. The dates in this document MUST match the travel dates selected in the application. This is a requirement that is demanded by the government in order to issue the travel document.

  • Each traveler’s passport must be valid for at least six months from the planned date of entry.

  • You are only allowed to apply for the eNTRI visa once every 3 months.

Flight requirements:

  • Indian nationals residing in India must have a round-trip ticket to India. The flight can be direct or via Singapore, Thailand, or Brunei only.

  • Indian nationals living outside of India need a roundtrip ticket to their country of residence AND a valid working or residence permit from their country of residence.

Travelers are ONLY permitted to enter and exit Malaysia via 9 airports: Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Penang International Airport, Langkawi International Airport, Melaka International Airport, Senai International Airport, Kuching International Airport, Miri International Airport, Kota Kinabalu International Airport, Labuan International Airport and 6 land-ports: Sultan Iskandar Building Immigration Checkpoint, Sultan Abu Bakar Checkpoint, Padang Besar Checkpoint, Bukit Kayu Hitam Checkpoint, Sungai Tujuh Immigration Checkpoint, Tedungan Immigration Checkpoint.

The following documents are required to be presented upon arrival at Malaysia’s Entry checkpoints:

  • eNTRI Note

  • Boarding Pass

  • Confirmed Tickets coming in and leaving Malaysia

  • Sufficient expenses (Cash/Credit Cards/ATM Cards)

  • Complete travel Itinerary

  • Proof of accommodation

NOTE: Please remember that the Government makes decisions based on a case-by-case basis and we can not guarantee the approval of your Malaysian eNTRI Visa.

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Frequently Asked Questions

No, you don't. As of today, COVID vaccination passports or certificates are not a mandatory to enter Malaysia. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Malaysia travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.
  • COVID test prior to arrival: PCR within 48 hours. All travelers must undergo COVID-19 testing.
  • COVID test upon arrival: All travelers will be tested upon arrival and must pay for this mandatory test in advance.
  • COVID test in quarantine: Day 5 test for fully vaccinated travelers and day 8 test for unvaccinated travelers
  • Quarantine requirements- fully vaccinated travelers: 7 days in a facility designated by the Malaysian government. Fully vaccinated travelers may apply for home quarantine – preapproval required
  • Quarantine requirements- partially/unvaccinated travelers: 10 days in a facility designated by the Malaysian government.
  • Quarantine requirements- all travelers arriving from India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and Pakistan: 10 days in facility.
  • Quarantine testing- fully vaccinated travelers: PCR on day 5 of quarantine.
  • Quarantine testing- partially/ unvaccinated travelers: PCR on day 8 of quarantine.
  • Quarantine for restricted countries: South Africa, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, or Zimbabwe in the previous 14 days, Malaysian citizens and permanent residents who have been to these countries may reenter Malaysia, but must quarantine for two weeks in a designated quarantine center.
The Electronic Travel Registration & Information (eNTRI) is a visa exemption program for Indian nationals implemented by Malaysia to facilitate tourism. Most travelers refer to the eNTRI document as a visa since you need to apply in advance and registration is necessary to enter the country. An eNTRI note will be issued as proof of registration and this needs to be presented upon arrival in Malaysia.

We require the following to submit your application:

  • Current passport scan (valid for at least 6 months after estimated entry into Malaysia)

  • Passport photograph of the applicant (taken within the last 6 months)

  • Travel Itinerary showing flight details (confirmed return flight ticket)

  • Proof of accommodation (hotel booking)

  • Birth certificate (for underage children)

Please note: The Malaysian government may require additional documentation. We will inform you ASAP if this is the case.



The cost of a Malaysia eNTRI visa is USD 21.50.

Additionally, there is a service fee that varies according to the processing time you choose:

  • Standard Processing: USD 35.00

  • Rush Processing: USD 65.00

  • Super Rush Processing: USD 85.00

It depends on the method of processing time you chose. We offer three options:
  1. Standard Processing: 24 hours
  2. Rush Processing: 4 hours
  3. Super Rush Processing: 1 hour
The eNTRI visa is valid for 90 days after issued. This means you must enter Malaysia within this period.
Each applicant’s passport must be valid for at least six months from the planned date of entry.
No, you are permitted to only one eNTRI application at a time.
eNTRI visas must be obtained at least 48 hours prior to your departure.
No, you are not allowed to apply for an eNTRI within 24 hours of departure. We advise you to apply for your eNTRI at least 48 hours before your departure to Malaysia.
The Malaysia eNTRI visa can be applied for completely online, eliminating the need to visit an embassy.
Travelers can stay up to 15 days in Total with the eNTRI visa.
While the eNTRI is available for Indian and Chinese nationals, we currently only process eNTRI applications for Indian nationals.
The Yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for all visitors who come from or who transit through the following countries on their way to Malaysia:
  • Angola
  • Ethiopia
  • Senegal
  • Benin
  • Gabon
  • Sierra Leone
  • Bolivia
  • Gambia
  • South Africa
  • Brazil
  • Ghana
  • Sri Lanka
  • Burkina Faso
  • Guinea-Bissau
  • St Kitts & Nevis
  • Burundi
  • Kenya
  • Suriname
  • Cameroon
  • Mali
  • Tanzania
  • Central African Republic
  • Niger
  • Togo
  • Chad
  • Nigeria
  • Uganda
  • Djibouti
  • Panama
  • Venezuela
  • Equador
  • Peru
  • Zaire
  • Guinea
  • Rwanda
  • Zambia
  • Eritrea
  • Sao Tome & Principe
You can get the eNTRI visa once every 3 months. If you need to travel more regularly, then you need to apply for a regular visa at one of the Malaysian embassies.
No, you must apply for an eNTRI from outside of Singapore and Malaysia.
The following documents are required when you arrive in Malaysia:
  • Your eNTRI visa printout
  • Sufficient funds (Cash/ Travellers Cheque/Debit or Credit Cards) to cover expenses during your stay at Malaysia
  • Return flight ticket
  • Proof of accommodation (Host invitation letter/Hotel Booking/Airbnb booking, Confirmation etc)
Yes. If the applicant is a minor (a child under 18) then they must apply for the eNTRI visa together with at least one parent. You will also need to provide a copy of the child’s birth certificate in order to show proof of the relationship between parent and child.
If your new arrival date is after the validity period, then you must apply for a new eNTRI.
No. The approval of the Malaysian eNTRI visa does NOT guarantee the applicant the right to enter Malaysia. It will be at the discretion of a Malaysia Immigration Officer at the point of entry into Malaysia.
Yes, all international travelers should ensure that they hold a valid Malaysia eNTRI before they travel to Malaysia.
Yes. In addition to the standard required documents, you must also furnish a valid work visa or proof of residency from your country of residence.
Doing business in a foreign country entails you do some research as to what customs that particular country had. That is because each nation has its own business etiquette, and in order to call your business trip a successful one, you need to follow it. Some of the things that you learn may seem a bit odd, while others may be quite simple. Whatever the case, you need to make sure that you know what is what. Malaysia is no different, and there are some things that you must keep in mind when you want to close a deal with a Malaysian company. Hopefully, the tips below will make things a bit clearer for you. The first thing that you need to remember is that Malaysia is a diverse country, and the companies may have Chinese, India, and of course, Malay employees. You cannot treat them all the same since all of them has their own culture. That is why you must know precisely who you are going to meet during your business trip. 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Malay people like to have some small talk before the matters of the order of business are discussed. That usually lasts just a few minutes, and the head of the delegation will start the meeting shortly. Moving on to the Chinese people you will find in Malaysia, you should have an easy time learning the rules. For starters, Chinese people do not object physical contact, and you can shake their hands, no matter if the delegation includes male and female employees. They like punctuality, but they are most likely going to be late for your meeting. Again, that is not personal. However, during the meeting, Chinese people are very well prepared and on point. You are expected to be the same. That is why you must go through thorough preparation before having a meeting with the Chinese. Lastly, you may come across some Indian people in Malaysia. With them, it is just as simple as with the Chinese. Indians have nothing against physical contact, and you may extend your hand for a handshake. 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