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FAQs- Travelling to Malaysia


HIGH COMMISSION OF MALAYSIA

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)

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1.

Are we allowed to travel to Malaysia during this pandemic?

Malaysian: To-date there is no travel ban for Malaysian citizens to travel back to Malaysia

 

Non-Malaysians:

 

Please apply for permission for entry to Malaysia through the following website:

https://mtp.imi.gov.my/myTravelPass/main

 

2.

What is the required documentation to travel and where to apply?

1.Please visit the following website for entry to Malaysia: https://mtp.imi.gov.my/myTravelPass/main (Non-Malaysians only)

2. From 1 May 2021, travellers to Malaysia are no longer required to submit the LOU to the High Commission prior to travel to Malaysia, or to the Malaysian authorities upon entry into Malaysia.

3. From 1 May 2021, travellers to Malaysia are also no longer required to obtain the Travel Clearance Letter from the High Commission. The Travel Clearance Letter is no longer a requirement to enter Malaysia (except if you enter Malaysia from Singapore by land).

3.

Do we need to do a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test before flying?

It is compulsory to show a PCR test taken within 72 hours before boarding and on arrival with negative results.

 

* Please check with airlines before flying as other regulations may apply in case of transit.

* PCR Testing is compulsory for all travellers aged 13 and above.

4.

Can travellers be quarantined at home?

Only travellers with health conditions with valid proof of documentation and approval from the Ministry of Health can be quarantined at home. Travellers may request for approval to be quarantined at home by e-mailing to: hso@moh.gov.my and c.c. to rayuancovid19@nadma.gov.my

5.

How much does accommodation cost for quarantine? Can I choose the hotel?

Travellers can choose either basic or premium accommodation.

  1. Malaysians: 100% of the hotel's maximum rate of RM150 per person per day, for a period specified by the Ministry of Health, Malaysia.

 

  1. Non-Malaysians (including dependant): Maximum rate of RM150 per day per person, for a period specified by the Ministry of Health AND management charges of RM2,600.00.

 

Further details including premium package list and payment please refer to this link: https://safetravel.myeg.com.my

6

Where are the quarantine centres situated?

  1. For travellers embarking at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), the designated quarantine centres are in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Putrajaya.

 

  1. Travellers transiting KLIA to Sabah and Sarawak, designated quarantine centres are in Sabah and Sarawak.

 

7.

Can the quarantine and PCR payment be made online?

 

  1. Non-Malaysians:  you will have to pay online before arrival and present the booking receipt upon arrival.

 

  1. Malaysians: you are recommended to pay online to avoid any delays but you can also pay upon arrival if you wish.

 

  1. If a third party is paying on behalf of the traveller, proof of receipt must be shown upon arrival.

 

  1. Please find below link for payment of PCR test.

           https://safetravel.myeg.com.my/

 

8.

What are the procedures for Malaysians returning to the UK?

Please refer to the UK government website for the latest regulations for Malaysians travelling back to UK.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-travel-corridors

 

9.

If we are vaccinated, can we be exempted from quarantine?

To date vaccinated travellers are not exempted from quarantine.

 

 

Updated 30/04/2021

High Commission of Malaysia

London