Malaysia Travel Restrictions News: From 1st August 2022, all travelers are allowed to enter Malaysia regardless of their COID-19 vaccination status and do not require a pre-departure or on-arrival test. Travelers can download and activate the MySejahtera application before or after arrival to Malaysia to indicate their COVID-19 risk status while staying in Malaysia.
Malaysia travel restrictions latest news 2022
Malaysia has eliminated the last of its COVID-era entry requirements, allowing both vaccinated and unvaccinated tourists to enjoy the country’s natural beauty. It is one of the few Asian countries that has completely abandoned its anti-infection regulations.
Latest quarantine rules in malaysia 2022
Visitors to Malaysia should expect to be mask-free outside but to wear one indoors and on public transportation. They are not required while seated at a restaurant, but travelers should take the mandate seriously. Malaysian police have been known to enforce the mandates by fining people on the spot for wearing masks incorrectly or not wearing masks at all.
Those who venture to its shores, however, will find beaches that rival the best in Thailand with a fraction of the tourists. Islands such as Lankawi and Tioman have world-class resorts, including some that have recently been named among the best in the world.
The wonderful orangutan can be seen in its natural habitat in Malaysian Borneo before enjoying some of the world’s best diving off the coast of Sandakan. Some of the dives take place on sunken World War II ships, as well as a beautiful coral reef.
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Kuala Lumpur, the capital, is a delight in and of itself. Both ultramodern in the form of its stunning skyscrapers, headlined by the Petronas Towers and flashy high-end shopping malls, and traditional in the form of its beautiful shophouses serving some of the best food on the continent, Kuala Lumpur is a city-state that is both modern and traditional. Of course, the iconic Batu Caves, which are located on the outskirts of the city, are a must-see for any visitor to KL.
Further exploration takes visitors to the historic towns of Penang, Ipoh, and Melaka, all of which were once colonial towns of the British, Dutch, or Portuguese at various times, and all of which offer unique twists on local fare to reflect those histories.
Malaysia Travel Restrictions for Foreigners
Americans, British, and Canadians can all enter Malaysia visa-free for 90 days before needing to extend their stay in some way.
Malaysia travel restrictions for Indian
Yes, Malaysia has now fully opened to international visitors including from India. Arrivals can now travel to Malaysia without applying for the ‘MyTravelPass’ (an entry or exit permit) which was previously required to enter Malaysia.
For latest update visit Malaysian government official website.