Home Ministry: E-registration for China, India tourists isn’t for those who overstay

29 December 2019 Tourists from China and India can only reapply to enter Malaysia via the visa-free Electronic Travel Registration and Information (eNTRI) system 45 days after they leave the country, says the Home Ministry. In a statement, the ministry said the 45-day rule was considered a cooling-off period aimed at preventing any abuse of … Continue reading Home Ministry: E-registration for China, India tourists isn’t for those who overstay

Budget 2020: Review visa-on-arrival requirement to boost VMY2020, govt urged

8 October 2019 The government has been urged to review the implementation of visa-on-arrival (VoA) for Chinese and Indian tourists in the 2020 Budget to increase the arrival of visitors in conjunction with the Visit Malaysia Year 2020. President of the Malaysian Inbound Tourism Association, Uzaidi Udanis, said that while the VoA visa fee was … Continue reading Budget 2020: Review visa-on-arrival requirement to boost VMY2020, govt urged

More visa-on-arrival facilities for tourists from China and India

19 July 2019 In an effort to boost tourist arrivals during Visit Malaysia Year 2020, the government is adding more visa-on-arrival (VOA) facilities for tourists from China and India. The Home Ministry said that these facilities would be expanded at the arrival gates of six main airports around the country, including Langkawi International Airport, Miri … Continue reading More visa-on-arrival facilities for tourists from China and India

VOA a selling point for Penang

4 May 2019 Implementing the Visa On Arrival (VOA) in Penang for tourists from China and India will be a selling point for the state. Penang Tourism Development, Arts, Culture and Heritage (Petach) Committee chairman Yeoh Soon Hin said the Philippines had VOA implemented for tourists from China in 2017 while Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand … Continue reading VOA a selling point for Penang

Visa-on-arrival reinstated for India and China nationals who travel to Malaysia through third country

10 December 2013 The Government has relaxed visa restrictions for tourists from India and China in conjunction with Visit Malaysia Year 2014 next year. Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said Indian and Chinese tourists will be granted the visa-on-arrival (VoA) facility, but only for those who enter Malaysia through a third country. … Continue reading Visa-on-arrival reinstated for India and China nationals who travel to Malaysia through third country