Guidelines on Entry Into, and Quarantine in Malaysia as of 09 August 2021
~ Updated on 9/8/2021 - on Home Quarantine (point 4)
Dear Malaysians in the Hong Kong and Macao SARs
GUIDELINES ON ENTRY INTO, AND QUARANTINE IN MALAYSIA
• All travellers (Malaysian/non-Malaysian) from Hong Kong or Macau to Malaysia must undergo quarantine for 14 days at government-designated quarantine hotels upon arrival in Malaysia.
• All travellers from Hong Kong or Macau to Malaysia must present a negative RT-PCR Covid-19 test result (nasopharyngeal swab test) upon arrival in Malaysia. The test must be done within 72 hours of your departure to Malaysia. For the list of HK-government recognised testing centres, please see: https://www.coronavirus.gov.hk/.../List_of_recognised.... For Macao, please see: https://eservice.ssm.gov.mo/rnatestbook/V21/?lang=en&lab.
• All travellers are subject to an RT-PCR Covid-19 test upon arrival at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) or other relevant international entry points into Malaysia. Another RT-PCR Covid-19 test will be conducted on the 10th day of quarantine.
• Malaysian nationals and non-Malaysians eligible to enter Malaysia may be considered for home quarantine (14 days). Home quarantine applications may be submitted beforehand to the Ministry of Health by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and copied to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org for approval with relevant supporting documents/details showing:
o Full vaccination record. Fully vaccinated persons are those who have received the final dose at least 14 days prior to their arrival in Malaysia. Recognised vaccines include those approved for use in Malaysia (see: https://covid19.trackvaccines.org/country/malaysia/) and those approved for use by the World Health Organization (WHO) (see: https://covid19.trackvaccines.org/agency/who/)
o Home address (and description of type of home for MOH to determine if it is suitable for home quarantine)
• Travellers to Malaysia are no longer required to submit the LOU to the Consulate-General prior to travel to Malaysia, or to the Malaysian authorities upon entry into Malaysia. Travellers to Malaysia are also no longer required to obtain the Travel Clearance Letter from the Consulate-General. The Travel Clearance Letter is no longer a requirement to enter Malaysia (except if you enter Malaysia from Singapore by land).
• Non-Malaysians are still required to obtain the relevant entry approvals (MyTravelPass or relevant Immigration Department of Malaysia approvals) to enter Malaysia. See: https://www.facebook.com/MALAYSIAinHongKongMacao/posts/2709765602624401 or https://www.facebook.com/MALAYSIAinHongKongMacao/posts/2824377284496565
• All travellers into Malaysia may pay their Covid-19 screening test charges and quarantine costs online. Please visit https://safetravel.myeg.com.my/ for more details. Travellers may choose a government-designated standard hotel for quarantine, or opt for a premium hotel. Quarantine charges are at RM150 per day for standard hotels. For the list of premium hotels, see: https://www.dropbox.com/.../List%20of%20Premium%20Hotels.... Please present your hotel booking upon arrival in Malaysia. For more details, see: https://safetravel.myeg.com.my/pdf/MySafeTravel%20FAQ.pdf.
• Travellers are required to download and activate the MySejahtera App (https://mysejahtera.malaysia.gov.my/intro_en/) before departure to Malaysia.
• For those under 14-day quarantine, travellers will undertake Covid-19 testing on day-10 of quarantine. Travellers will be released from quarantine on day-14 if the test is negative.
• For details on regulations for Malaysian nationals entering and exiting Malaysia, see: https://www.facebook.com/MALAYSIAinHongKongMacao/posts/2884648828469410
• Travellers should also check with their airlines to ensure they comply with airlines-specific Covid-19-related policies prior to boarding.