What do you need to do in order to enter Malaysia (Updated 2022)
Malaysia Travel Restrictions
Status: Not Open.
Malaysia is presently closed to travelers, with the exception of individuals with resident cards and legitimate employment contracts. Those arriving through the Langkawi international travel bubble and the VTL with Singapore are the exceptions. Malaysia intends to reopen to travelers on April 1, 2022.
Travelers who have been fully vaccinated can enter through the Langkawi International Travel Bubble scheme.
VOA : Not available.
Arrange for a visa, fill out the MySejahtera form, plan your itinerary, and make tour bookings, return tickets.
Newcomers who fit the strict conditions must quarantine for 5-10 days in a government-designated facility or at home. Before you may exit quarantine, you must have a negative COVID-19 test. The quarantine period is as follows: 5 days after being fully immunized with a booster shot. 7 days after being fully immunized without a booster. 10 days if not immunized.
You'll need travel/health insurance with at least $80,000 USD of coverage.
Internal travel restrictions:
The provinces have different travel limitations.
All public locations, including stores, restaurants, movies, marketplaces, and restaurants, required people to wear masks.
Crossing into Thailand (Peninsular Malaysia) and into Indonesia (Borneo) is prohibited. Between Malaysia and Singapore, there is a land VTL.