Skip to Content
Mission Info Details is temporarily unavailable.

News From Mission News From Mission







Effective from 24 July 2020, the Government of Malaysia has decided that any person entering Malaysia from abroad will be subjected to a compulsory 14-days quarantine at any of the Quarantine Stations designated by the Government of Malaysia.

Any person entering Malaysia through the International Entry Point (PMA) will bear the full quarantine costs. The quarantine cost is RM150 per person per day. For people with Disabilities (OKU) cardholders issued by the Social Welfare Department, the cost of quarantine will be borne by the Government of Malaysia. Sponsored students will be covered by their sponsors. Students from B40 families are welcomed to apply for exemption/assistance from the Government.

The full Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) can be viewed at the following link:


Essentially, all travellers entering Malaysia from 24 July 2020 onwards must:

  1. Complete and sign the Letter of Undertaking and Indemnity (LoU)

Travellers to Malaysia must complete and sign the Letter of Undertaking and Indemnity (LoU) which can be downloaded from the following links:




Each traveller aged 18 years old and above must complete the LoU individually.

Please leave the “Disaksikan/Witnessed” section blank.

  1. Obtain the Letter of Approval (Entry Permit) from the Malaysia Mission in Australia

Each applicant must email the completed and signed LoU along with a copy of their passport and flight itinerary to the following addresses at least three (3) days before the date of departure.

If you are in Victoria:

If you are in Western Australia:

For all other states:

Subject to approval, the High Commission/Consulate General will issue the Letter of Entry Permit email to the applicant. The letter will have validity of one (1) month.

The LoU and Letter of Approval are documents to satisfy the quarantine order. Entry to Malaysia is still subject to existing immigration laws and regulations (including MCO rules where applicable).

  1. Present the LoU and Letter of Approval to Airlines and Immigration Department of Malaysia

The Letter of Approval along with the LoU, must be presented during the flight check-in process. Failure to present the letters may result in the person being denied permission to board the aircraft.

Malaysian nationals without the LoU and Letter of Approval will still be allowed to enter Malaysia, however failure to comply with the instructions outlined by the Government of Malaysia will complicate the registration procedures at the entry port (PMA) and delay the quarantine process.

The Immigration Department reserves the right to issue Not-to-Land (NTL) Order to non-citizens without the LoU.

  1. Install, register and activate the MySejahtera mobile application

More details for the MySejahtera including how to download it is available at the following link:

Essential information such as travel information (date and time, flight information, port of embarkation) as well as health declaration need to be registered in MySejahtera at least one (1) day from date of departure.

  1. COVID-19 test before entering Malaysia

Travellers to Malaysia are not required to take the COVID-19 test before departure.




For MM2H pass holders, you can find the guidelines for entry into Malaysia at Please note that the 14-days compulsory 14-days quarantine applies from 24 July onwards.


For expatriates seeking to enter Malaysia, you can refer to the latest guidelines published by the Expatriate Services Division at


New and current international students who are looking to enter Malaysia can obtain the latest SOP from the Education Malaysia Global Services at









For your enquiries, please send an email to:

- for Immigration matters

- for Consular matters

- for General queries


If you are in

Victoria, you can reach out to our Consulate General at

Western Australia, you can reach out to our Consulate General at

Sydney, you can reach out to our Consulate at

Adelaide, you can reach out to Honorary Consul, Mr Alexander Kitingan at