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post Aug 16 2010, 11:49 PM


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As lucky Malaysians, we have the world cheapest airline here. It is our honour to go overseas for a short trip or so.
Now, I need you guys to do me some favour which is let me know where can we go with AirAsia without having a VISA and vice versa.

Without a VISA
- United Kingdom
- Hong Kong
- Macau
- Taiwan
- Laos
- Thailand
- Singapore
- Cambodia
- Vietnam
- Philippines
- Indonesia
- South Korea (90 Days)
- Sri Lanka (30 Days)
- Brunei (30 Days)
- New Zealand (30 Days)
- France
- Spain
- Portugal
- Denmark
- Italy
- Japan (Since 2013)



Need a VISA
- China
- Australia
- Myanmar
- India
- Bangladesh
- America


Added on August 16, 2010, 11:50 pmhttp://www.imi.gov.my/index.php/en/visa/vi...ment-by-country


1. Countries that require Visa

Afghanistan (Visa with reference)
Angola
Bhutan
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Central African Republic
China
Colombia
Comoros
Congo Democratic Republic
Congo Republic
Cote D'ivoire
Djibouti
Equat. Guinea
Eritrea Ethiopia
Guinea-Bissau
Hong Kong (C/I or D/I)
India
Liberia
Mali
Myanmar (pasport biasa)
Nepal
Niger
Rwanda
Serbia & Montenegro
Taiwan
United Nations (Laissez Passer)
Western Sahara
2. Commonwealth Countries That Require Visa

Bangladesh
Cameroon
Ghana
Mozambique
Nigeria
Pakistan
Sri Lanka

3. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 3 Months

Albania
Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Austria (Vienna)
Bahrain
Belgium
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Brazil
Croatia
Cuba
Czech Republic
Denmark
Egypt
Finland
France
Germany
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Kirgystan
Kuwait
Kyrgyz Republic Lebanon
Lienchestien
Luxembourg
Morocco
Netherland
Norway
Oman
Peru
Poland
Qatar
Romania
St Marino
Saudi Arabia
Slovakia
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
Uruguay
Yemen
4. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 1 Month

Armenia
Azerbaijan
Barbados
Belarus
Benin
Bolivia
Bulgaria
Cambodia
Cape Verde
Chad
Chile
Costa Rica
Equador
El Savador
Estonia
Gabon
Georgia
Greece
Guatemala
Guinea Republic
Haiti
Honduras
Hong Kong SAR
Kazakhstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Macao SAR
Macedonia Madagascar
Maldova
Mauritania
Mexico
Monaco
Mongalia
Nicaragua
North Korea
North Yemen
Panama
Paraguay
Portugal
Russia
Sao Tome & Principe
Senegal
Slovenia
Sudan
Surinam
Tajikistan
Togo
Ukraine
Upper Volta
Uzbekistan
Vatican City
Vanezuela
Zaire
Zimbabwe
5. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 14 Days

Iran (90 days)
Iraq (30 days)
Libya
Macao (Travel Permit/Portugal CI)
Palestine (30 days)
Sierra Leone
Somalia
South Yemen
Syria (30 days)

Refer Here: http://www.kln.gov.my/web/guest/requirement-for-malaysians


QUOTE(LCTDream @ Aug 23 2012, 10:52 AM)
Thanks for information smile.gif

i also found a useful infomation for Malaysian to enter to schengen countries

"Malaysian citizens do not require a visa when travelling to one of the Schengen countries for business or tourism reasons. The stay in the Schengen States may not exceed 90 days within a 6-month period."

Delegation of the European Union to Malaysia
http://www.eeas.europa.eu/delegations/mala...sa/index_en.htm]

Visa policy in the European Union
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_i..._European_Union
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QUOTE(yannickho87 @ Jun 9 2013, 10:29 PM)
Guys, If anyone of you (Malaysian) plan to visit this list of countries below, this countries require visa for us to apply through embassy or VOA available at the designated airport. TQ

AGFHANISTAN
ANGOLA
ARMENIA
AZERBAIJAN
BAHRAIN - (VOA available)
BANGLADESH
BELARUS
BENIN
BHUTAN
BOLIVIA
BURKINA FASO
BURUNDI
CAMEROON
CANADA
CAPE VERDE
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
CHAD
CHINA
COMOROS
CONGO, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE
CONGO, REPUBLIC OF THE
COSTA RICA
COTE D'IVOIRE (IVORY COAST)
DJIBOUTI
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (Tourist Card Required)
EQUATORIAL GUINEA
ERITREA
ETHIOPIA
FALKLAND ISLANDS
GABON
GUINEA
GUINEA-BISSAU
BUYANA
INDIA
IRAQ
ISRAEL - (No more longer need Malaysia Ministry Home Affair Permit)
JAPAN
JORDAN - (VOA Available)
KAZAKHSTAN
KUWAIT - (VOA Available)
LIBERIA
LIBYA
MADAGASCAR
MALI
MARSHALL ISLANDS
MAURITANIA
MOLDOVA
MOROCCO
MOZAMBIQUE
MYANMAR
NEPAL - (VOA Available)
NIGER
NIGERIA
OMAN - (VOA Available)
PAKISTAN
PAPUA NEW GUINEA - (VOA Available)
PARAGUAY
PUERTO RICO
QATAR - (VOA Available)
RUSSIA
RWANDA
SAHRAWI ARAB DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC (WESTERN SAHARA)
SAINT LUCIA
SAO TOME & PRINCIPE
SAUDI ARABIA
SENEGAL
SERBIA
SIERRA LEONE
SOMALIA
SOUTH SUDAN
SRI LANKA
SUDAN - (Unknown but heard VOA available)
TAJIKISTAN
TIMOR LESTE
TOGO
TURKMENISTAN
UGANDA
UKRAINE
USA
US VIRGIN ISLANDS
UZBEKISTAN
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post Aug 17 2010, 02:43 AM


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http://www.kln.gov.my/web/guest/requirement-for-malaysians
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post Aug 17 2010, 04:17 PM


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thx for the info
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post Aug 17 2010, 05:23 PM


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I thought UK gonna take away this privilege? Thanx to the torrents of illegal/legal malaysian migrated to UK. sigh....
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post Aug 20 2010, 01:01 PM


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Why only AirAsia? Should include other airlines as well. The following list including the countries served by AirAsia, MAS, Emirates, Etihad, and many other airlines.

Without a VISA
- United Kingdom
- Hong Kong
- Taiwan
- Laos
- Thailand
- Singapore
- Cambodia
- Vietnam
- Philippines
- Indonesia
- South Korea (90 Days)
- Sri Lanka (30 Days)
- Brunei (30 Days)
- France
- Spain
- Portugal
- Denmark
- Italy
- New Zealand


Need a VISA
- Argentina
- China
- Australia
- Myanmar
- India
- Bangladesh
- Japan
- United States

- Many more
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post Dec 4 2010, 06:46 PM


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http://www.imi.gov.my/index.php/en/visa/vi...ment-by-country


1. Countries that require Visa

Afghanistan (Visa with reference)
Angola
Bhutan
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Central African Republic
China
Colombia
Comoros
Congo Democratic Republic
Congo Republic
Cote D'ivoire
Djibouti
Equat. Guinea
Eritrea Ethiopia
Guinea-Bissau
Hong Kong (C/I or D/I)
India
Liberia
Mali
Myanmar (pasport biasa)
Nepal
Niger
Rwanda
Serbia & Montenegro
Taiwan
United Nations (Laissez Passer)
Western Sahara
2. Commonwealth Countries That Require Visa

Bangladesh
Cameroon
Ghana
Mozambique
Nigeria
Pakistan
Sri Lanka

3. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 3 Months

Albania
Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Austria (Vienna)
Bahrain
Belgium
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Brazil
Croatia
Cuba
Czech Republic
Denmark
Egypt
Finland
France
Germany
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Kirgystan
Kuwait
Kyrgyz Republic Lebanon
Lienchestien
Luxembourg
Morocco
Netherland
Norway
Oman
Peru
Poland
Qatar
Romania
St Marino
Saudi Arabia
Slovakia
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
Uruguay
Yemen
4. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 1 Month

Armenia
Azerbaijan
Barbados
Belarus
Benin
Bolivia
Bulgaria
Cambodia
Cape Verde
Chad
Chile
Costa Rica
Equador
El Savador
Estonia
Gabon
Georgia
Greece
Guatemala
Guinea Republic
Haiti
Honduras
Hong Kong SAR
Kazakhstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Macao SAR
Macedonia Madagascar
Maldova
Mauritania
Mexico
Monaco
Mongalia
Nicaragua
North Korea
North Yemen
Panama
Paraguay
Portugal
Russia
Sao Tome & Principe
Senegal
Slovenia
Sudan
Surinam
Tajikistan
Togo
Ukraine
Upper Volta
Uzbekistan
Vatican City
Vanezuela
Zaire
Zimbabwe
5. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 14 Days

Iran (90 days)
Iraq (30 days)
Libya
Macao (Travel Permit/Portugal CI)
Palestine (30 days)
Sierra Leone
Somalia
South Yemen
Syria (30 days)





No visa is required for U.S.A. citizens visiting Malaysia for social, business or academic purposes (except for employment).

No visa is required for a stay of less than one month for nationals of all ASEAN countries except Myanmar. For a stay exceeding one month a visa will be required, except for nationals Brunei and Singapore.

For national of Israel, visas are required and permission must be granted from Ministry Of Home Affairs.

For national of Republic of Serbia and Republic of Montenegro, visas are required without permission granted from Ministry Of Home Affairs.

Nationals of countries other than those stated above (with the exception of Israel) are allowed to enter Malaysia without a visa for a visit not exceeding one month.
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post Dec 4 2010, 08:21 PM


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thanks for all the info. should this topic be pinned up?
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The earlier link given by another forumer (babyhanna) i.e http://www.kln.gov.my/web/guest/requirement-for-malaysians is the correct one. hmchan911 link is for foreigner coming to malaysia & not malaysian going oversea. smile.gif

I was confused in the begining esp seeing Taiwan must have VISA and I know no VISA for M'sian visiting Taiwan.. Lucky after checking his/her link is for foreigner..so don't be confused smile.gif OK pinned this one

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Do we need a visa to visit New Zealand?

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going to canada need visa too ! CAD$ 75 !
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so , if go to italy no need visa ? kinda confuse >.<
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Do Malaysian need to apply Visa to visit Vietnam, as for travel purpose? I'm kinda confuse now.
As I did some research earlier, all stated that Malaysia citizens do not need a Vietnam visa if they are visiting the country within 30 days.
However, when I check from this site (http://www.vietnamvisa.com/visa-requirement.html), they stated that Malaysia Citizens living in Malaysia are required to apply for a valid visa to enter Vietnam for Vacation purposes. blink.gif
So do we need visa or not? icon_question.gif
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QUOTE(lyong @ Mar 26 2011, 11:41 AM)
Do Malaysian need to apply Visa to visit Vietnam, as for travel purpose? I'm kinda confuse now.
As I did some research earlier, all stated that Malaysia citizens do not need a Vietnam visa if they are visiting the country within 30 days.
However, when I check from this site (http://www.vietnamvisa.com/visa-requirement.html), they stated that Malaysia Citizens living in Malaysia are required to apply for a valid visa to enter Vietnam for Vacation purposes.  blink.gif
So do we need visa or not?  icon_question.gif
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I was in Vietnam recently for a holiday and it's not needed.
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You don't need one for Cyprus either. Malaysians generally don't need a visa for an EU country as we have signed the Schenegen treaty with them... well, as long as you don't exceed your stay of course!
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QUOTE(ck23 @ Aug 16 2010, 11:49 PM)
As lucky Malaysians, we have the world cheapest airline here. It is our honour to go overseas for a short trip or so.
Now, I need you guys to do me some favour which is let me know where can we go with AirAsia without having a VISA and vice versa.

Without a VISA
- United Kingdom
- Hong Kong
- Taiwan
- Laos
- Thailand
- Singapore
- Cambodia
- Vietnam
- Philippines
- Indonesia
- South Korea (90 Days)
- Sri Lanka (30 Days)
- Brunei (30 Days)
Need a VISA
- China
- Australia
- Myanmar
- India
- Bangladesh


Added on August 16, 2010, 11:50 pmPlease correct me if Im wrong.
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uhm.. what is the difference between a visa and a passport? i've visited the listed places before but everything my parents settle one.. so just wondering, does that mean we can visit and stay in the countries with no visa required (and time limit) as long as we wanted to? ><
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QUOTE(rosalynbaby @ Apr 17 2011, 05:22 AM)
uhm.. what is the difference between a visa and a passport? i've visited the listed places before but everything my parents settle one.. so just wondering, does that mean we can visit and stay in the countries with no visa required (and time limit) as long as we wanted to? ><
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Visa is a permit that entitles you to stay legally in a foreign country at a certain period of time. Passport is like international "IC" which enable you to go other countries. If its a visa free countries, then you can stay there and leave the country when the time is up. Only those holding residency permit can stay as long as they want
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we can enter germany/france without visa. then from there, EU is borderless.
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QUOTE(zzzxtreme @ Apr 18 2011, 03:39 PM)
we can enter germany/france without visa. then from there, EU is borderless.
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can enter from UK too then go to europe~ no visa required too biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(firstsight @ May 4 2011, 03:21 AM)
can enter from UK too then go to europe~ no visa required too  biggrin.gif
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Please take note that visa IS required.

It's just that we are given Visa On Arrival.
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QUOTE(Shazzac @ May 15 2011, 04:54 PM)
Please take note that visa IS required.

It's just that we are given Visa On Arrival.
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Malaysians are automatically given the Schengen Visa for EU.
For my Thai and Indo friends, getting the Schengen Visa is such a great achievement. It takes alot of paperwork for them to get it and a fee too.


Added on June 26, 2011, 10:09 pmThe best has got to be Korea.
90 Days without any special requirements nor fees.

Gamsan hamnida.

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Guys,

Anyone know in general how "30 day stays without visa" works? (Specifically, for South Africa).

Let's say malaysians don't need a visa for stays up to 30 days.

Before the end of the 30 days, if I exit the country and re-enter, do I have a fresh 30 days? Is there any limit to the number of times I can do this (or is it country-specific?)
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There's no need for visa for New Zealand unless your stay is more than 30 days.

To answer the post above, yes and no. But then, you'll be questioned when you reach the customs clearance area I expect.
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Hi,

Do you require visa to go to Macau?

Tq.
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QUOTE(fookeesan @ Oct 24 2011, 02:01 PM)
Hi,

Do you require visa to go to Macau?

Tq.
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No, you do not.
MACAU HK TAIWAN no visa is needed. Only Mainland China.
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Visa is a permit that entitles you to stay legally in a foreign country at a certain period of time. Passport is like international "IC" which enable you to go other countries. If its a visa free countries, then you can stay there and leave the country when the time is up. Only those holding residency permit can stay as long as they want
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Or simply put, the following are pain in the ass countries where you have to apply for a visa before departure.
Australia
PR China (i.e. not HK, Macau, Taiwan)
Japan
Laos*
USA
Other countries that few Malaysians have heard of, what more travel to.

*a few years ago, not sure about now.

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Do we need visa going to UK? Just to confirm in case anything changed.
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QUOTE(digitalz @ Oct 10 2011, 04:14 PM)
There's no need for visa for New Zealand unless your stay is more than 30 days.

To answer the post above, yes and no. But then, you'll be questioned when you reach the customs clearance area I expect.
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You can stay in NZ for 90 days without visa. Thats what the immigration stamps in my passport said. Always remember to read your stamp very carefully as some officers may give you a shorter period. They have the discretion to do so. I was only given 10 days by a Brazilian immigration officer once without visa. Another one gave me 90.
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Hello,
I have something doubt in mind.
Im going to US in April to do research attachment for 3 months. And will attend conference at Lisbon, Portugal in July and will travel from there to Germany and stay around for 1-2 weeks.. Do i need to apply for a visa to enter Lisbon?

Thank you in advance
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QUOTE(SimpleeAkish @ Mar 15 2012, 02:21 PM)
Hello,
I have something doubt in mind.
Im going to US in April to do research attachment for 3 months. And will attend conference at Lisbon, Portugal in July and will travel from there to Germany and stay around for 1-2 weeks.. Do i need to apply for a visa to enter Lisbon?

Thank you in advance
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No need visa for Malaysian passport holders -- can always check here: http://www.kln.gov.my/web/guest/requirement-for-malaysians

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Portugal is in the EU schengen area and you dont need a visa. Your flight to Germany is considered a domestic flight as it is a flight within the schengen area. You can cross the border without the passport if you want. Ive entered Denmark from Sweden without a passport before.
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QUOTE(mat sputnik @ Mar 15 2012, 07:15 PM)
No need visa for Malaysian passport holders -- can always check here: http://www.kln.gov.my/web/guest/requirement-for-malaysians

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Portugal is in the EU schengen area and you dont need a visa. Your flight to Germany is considered a domestic flight as it is a flight within the schengen area. You can  cross the border without the passport if you want. Ive entered Denmark from Sweden without a passport before.
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QUOTE(deodorant @ Oct 10 2011, 04:08 PM)
Guys,

Anyone know in general how "30 day stays without visa" works? (Specifically, for South Africa).

Let's say malaysians don't need a visa for stays up to 30 days.

Before the end of the 30 days, if I exit the country and re-enter, do I have a fresh 30 days? Is there any limit to the number of times I can do this (or is it country-specific?)
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Anything needs to be done or performed / VISA needed if wish to visit Belgium?

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Anything needs to be done or performed / VISA needed if wish to visit Belgium?
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You have totally confused Visa on arrival and visa waiver. They are not the same requirement at all. An immigration stamp is not considered a visa on arrival. The Immigration officer has the discretion to refuse anyone entry but that does not necessarily mean you have been refused "visa on arrival". If you go to Singapore and got turned away, it is a case of you being " refused entry" not being refused "visa on arrival". Getting processed by immigration at passport control is not applying for visa or arrival. It comes before that. The passport control officer is merely the one making the final decision on your entry and even a "visa on arrival"may not gurantee you entry sometimes although it is extremely rare. Visa waiver means that you can go straight to the passoport control booth at the Airport after you got off your flight. If you need a visa on arrival, you cannot go straight to passport control. You will normally have to go to the immigration office or a seperate counter at the Airport, pay a fee and get a label on your passport. An example will be Lowu, the HK border with China or Oman. Malaysians are eligible for "visa waiver" for all European Union countries and "visa on arrival" does not come into picture at all. you go straight to passport control after you get off the plane. No western country that I know off offers "visa on arrival" facilities. Its either you need a visa before arrival or you dont. VOA is usually offered by non western countries. Thailand does that quite a bit. If you go to Bangkok Airport often enough, you will be africans queing at the visa on arrival counter just before passport control.

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Please note that every visitor to Sri Lanka would require to apply for a ETA visa prior to their departure, which you can apply easily online through their website.
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QUOTE(europology @ Jun 24 2012, 01:56 PM)
Please note that every visitor to Sri Lanka would require to apply for a ETA visa prior to their departure, which you can apply easily online through their website.
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Apply through this website: http://www.eta.gov.lk/slvisa/

Visa on arrival has been scraped for all foreign nationals in Sri Lanka, except citizens from India and Singapore (or so I heard).

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Hey there, planning to go Kathmandu Nepal and Tibet.
I heard it is tougher to get Tibet from Nepal so, it is better to go tibet first then nepal.

Anyone knows about this or experience this?


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i've been there. too hectic. too many people walking on the streets. too many cars. too many yellow cabs. too many cop cars.
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Is VISA needed to visit Montenegro?

http://www.kln.gov.my/ says no VISA is required but http://www.visit-montenegro.com/tourism-visas-countries.htm wrote that VISA is needed and apply through

The citizens of Malaysia are required to obtain a visa to enter Montenegro.

Visas may be obtained from diplomatic and consular posts of Montenegro. If an applicant is unable to reach a diplomatic or consular post of Montenegro, s/he may apply for a visa at the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Indonesia.

Address:
J.1.Cokroaminoto No.109, JAKARTA PUSAT
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Telephone: +6221 / 314-35-60, 314-37-20, 334-157
E-mail: embjakarta@serbian-embassy.org

So how to confirm the accurate one?
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QUOTE(jack2 @ Aug 1 2012, 06:18 AM)
Is VISA needed to visit Montenegro?

http://www.kln.gov.my/ says no VISA is required but http://www.visit-montenegro.com/tourism-visas-countries.htm wrote that VISA is needed and apply through

The citizens of Malaysia are required to obtain a visa to enter Montenegro


That's not the official govt website, so info could be outdated. Always check with Foreign Ministry website for correct info, see:

http://www.mip.gov.me/en/index.php/Visas-f...s/malaysia.html

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QUOTE(mat sputnik @ Aug 1 2012, 08:30 AM)
That's not the official govt website, so info could be outdated. Always check with Foreign Ministry website for correct info, see:

http://www.mip.gov.me/en/index.php/Visas-f...s/malaysia.html

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QUOTE(jack2 @ Aug 1 2012, 06:18 AM)
Is VISA needed to visit Montenegro?

http://www.kln.gov.my/ says no VISA is required but http://www.visit-montenegro.com/tourism-visas-countries.htm wrote that VISA is needed and apply through

The citizens of Malaysia are required to obtain a visa to enter Montenegro.

Visas may be obtained from diplomatic and consular posts of Montenegro. If an applicant is unable to reach a diplomatic or consular post of Montenegro, s/he may apply for a visa at the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Indonesia.

Address:
J.1.Cokroaminoto No.109, JAKARTA PUSAT
INDONESIA

Telephone: +6221 / 314-35-60, 314-37-20, 334-157
E-mail: embjakarta@serbian-embassy.org

So how to confirm the accurate one?
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Serbia and Montenegro may be a bit tricky. I am not sure whether the malaysian govt even have diplomatic relations with them. What they did towards the Bosnian Muslims previously did not please many Muslim countries
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i plan to travel and round trip to below country, may i know anyone know travel below country require Visa?

France - Italy- Slovenia - Austria - Czech Republic - France


i have checked website - http://www.kln.gov.my/web/guest/requirement-for-malaysians - are show "Not Require Visa"

have anyone can help to confirmed and advice? and confirm if any document require?

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Above 6 countries belong to Schengen Area. Malaysian passport holders need no visa to enter any Schengen country. For more info see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schengen_Area
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Thanks for information smile.gif

i also found a useful infomation for Malaysian to enter to schengen countries

"Malaysian citizens do not require a visa when travelling to one of the Schengen countries for business or tourism reasons. The stay in the Schengen States may not exceed 90 days within a 6-month period."

Delegation of the European Union to Malaysia
http://www.eeas.europa.eu/delegations/mala...sa/index_en.htm]

Visa policy in the European Union
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_i..._European_Union

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urgently need confirmation...
south korea need visa?
cos already book the flight for this sunday..
thanks..
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urgently need confirmation...
south korea need visa?
cos already book the flight for this sunday..
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- South Korea (90 Days) - NO NEED VISA.


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Do i need a visa to go to Australia for a length of 1 week vacation ?? Pls !!
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I read that we can freely stay in Schengen area for up to 90 days.

What happen if i need to stay more than 3 months in Schengen area (Euro)? e.g. France 1 month, Germany 1 month, Italy 1month, Spain 1 month, exit Schengen area for 2 weeks in Morocco, then back to Scandivania for 1 month?


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seems i'm finding if any backpackers club in LYN.
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naisuuu...

mexico no need visa to go. jyeah.

Mexico for Tourists
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Me & my wife will be off on our euro trip in december. We are on our own & not joining any travel agency. Already prebooked everything online & paid thru credit card, in all about RM15k for flight, accomodation & transport. Will fly to holland-italy-france-london. My question is what are the unwritten requirement we need to know when clearing immigration in these countries, such as how much spending money we should bring to justify our stay? Like i said earlier, i prebooked everything online & are reluctant to bring along too much cash for fear of theft/picpocket. Just some pocket money for food & entry to attractions. Hope those who have backpacked thru europe can give some insight.


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Me & my wife will be off on our euro trip in december. We are on our own & not joining any travel agency. Already prebooked everything online & paid thru credit card, in all about RM15k for flight, accomodation & transport. Will fly to holland-italy-france-london. My question is what are the unwritten requirement we need to know when clearing immigration in these countries, such as how much spending money we should bring to justify our stay? Like i said earlier, i prebooked everything online & are reluctant to bring along too much cash for fear of theft/picpocket. Just some pocket money for food & entry to attractions. Hope those who have backpacked thru europe can give some insight.
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North Korea no need visa for us.
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i've been there. too hectic. too many people walking on the streets. too many cars. too many yellow cabs. too many cop cars.
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I have studied in New York. It is a very chaotic place with rude taxi drivers that curse at people who didnt tip. The subway is dirtiest in the world. You can faint if you have to stand there for more than 10 minutes during summer(ancient ventilation or none at all) I swear that Ive seen rats inside the stations. Some trains are so old until there is no PA system.
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I have studied in New York. It is a very chaotic place with rude taxi drivers that curse at people who didnt tip. The subway is dirtiest in the world. You can faint if you have to stand there for more than 10 minutes during summer(ancient ventilation or none at all) I swear that Ive seen rats inside the stations. Some trains are so old until there is no PA system.
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haha. totally agree.

I went to WI. In NY i was there just to visit my friend during winter break plus counting down for new year at time square.

i don't have trouble with taxi cuz normally i would just round up and say keep the change.

talking about taxi, i have had an experience which is freaking unforgettable.

After NY eve counting down, and officially january 1 in the morning, i took a train back to my friend's dorm. Who knows both of us fell asleep in the train till the last station.

We were lucky enough, we found an on duty taxi driver to bring us back from the last station to my friend's dormitory. It was about 3-4am in the morning! We tipped him well, though.


Added on December 9, 2012, 9:18 amanyone has been to Colombo, Sri Lanka?

No visa is needed right?

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is it easy to apply travel visa to usa?
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Hi everyone, I'm planning to go Europe next year, most probably visiting Germany-France-Switz-Italy-UK. I'm aware that Visa is not required, however, is there any other documents that I need to show to the officers upon arrival besides a valid passport (perhaps a return air ticket as well)? e.g. bank statement that records sufficient funds - required?
I tried searching online what how much is considered "sufficient fund" but a futile attempt.
Btw, I'm a Malaysian residing in SG just recently - hope this doesn't affect the standard custom clearance procedure. Thanks a lot!
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QUOTE(cheriecey @ Dec 29 2012, 12:44 AM)
Hi everyone, I'm planning to go Europe next year, most probably visiting Germany-France-Switz-Italy-UK. I'm aware that Visa is not required, however, is there any other documents that I need to show to the officers upon arrival besides a valid passport (perhaps a return air ticket as well)? e.g. bank statement that records sufficient funds - required?
I tried searching online what how much is considered "sufficient fund" but a futile attempt.
Btw, I'm a Malaysian residing in SG just recently - hope this doesn't affect the standard custom clearance procedure. Thanks a lot!
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Most important is return air ticket, plus a rough itinerary. Proof of hotel bookings help too.
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FYI, Malaysian who is traveling to Egypt up to 14 days (max) does not need to apply visa unless you want to stay longer. But no idea if we can do a visa run at the border. I just called the Egypt embassy last week just to check whether we need visa.
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QUOTE(ck23 @ Aug 16 2010, 11:49 PM)
As lucky Malaysians, we have the world cheapest airline here. It is our honour to go overseas for a short trip or so.
Now, I need you guys to do me some favour which is let me know where can we go with AirAsia without having a VISA and vice versa.

Without a VISA
- United Kingdom
- Hong Kong
- Macau
- Taiwan
- Laos
- Thailand
- Singapore
- Cambodia
- Vietnam
- Philippines
- Indonesia
- South Korea (90 Days)
- Sri Lanka (30 Days)
- Brunei (30 Days)
- New Zealand (30 Days)
- France
- Spain
- Portugal
- Denmark
- Italy
Need a VISA
- China
- Australia
- Myanmar
- India
- Bangladesh
- America
- Japan


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1. Countries that require Visa

Afghanistan (Visa with reference)
Angola
Bhutan
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Central African Republic
China
Colombia
Comoros
Congo Democratic Republic
Congo Republic
Cote D'ivoire
Djibouti
Equat. Guinea
Eritrea Ethiopia
Guinea-Bissau
Hong Kong (C/I or D/I)
India
Liberia
Mali
Myanmar (pasport biasa)
Nepal
Niger
Rwanda
Serbia & Montenegro
Taiwan
United Nations (Laissez Passer)
Western Sahara
2. Commonwealth Countries That Require Visa

Bangladesh
Cameroon
Ghana
Mozambique
Nigeria
Pakistan
Sri Lanka

3. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 3 Months

Albania
Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Austria (Vienna)
Bahrain
Belgium
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Brazil
Croatia
Cuba
Czech Republic
Denmark
Egypt
Finland
France
Germany
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Kirgystan
Kuwait
Kyrgyz Republic Lebanon
Lienchestien
Luxembourg
Morocco
Netherland
Norway
Oman
Peru
Poland
Qatar
Romania
St Marino
Saudi Arabia
Slovakia
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
Uruguay
Yemen
4. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 1 Month

Armenia
Azerbaijan
Barbados
Belarus
Benin
Bolivia
Bulgaria
Cambodia
Cape Verde
Chad
Chile
Costa Rica
Equador
El Savador
Estonia
Gabon
Georgia
Greece
Guatemala
Guinea Republic
Haiti
Honduras
Hong Kong SAR
Kazakhstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Macao SAR
Macedonia Madagascar
Maldova
Mauritania
Mexico
Monaco
Mongalia
Nicaragua
North Korea
North Yemen
Panama
Paraguay
Portugal
Russia
Sao Tome & Principe
Senegal
Slovenia
Sudan
Surinam
Tajikistan
Togo
Ukraine
Upper Volta
Uzbekistan
Vatican City
Vanezuela
Zaire
Zimbabwe
5. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 14 Days

Iran (90 days)
Iraq (30 days)
Libya
Macao (Travel Permit/Portugal CI)
Palestine (30 days)
Sierra Leone
Somalia
South Yemen
Syria (30 days)

Refer Here: http://www.kln.gov.my/web/guest/requirement-for-malaysians
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Anyone pernah transit in Hong Kong more than 10 hour? What you do? What is Hong Kong (C/I, D/I) why kena visa??
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Hi everyone!!!

Does anyone here know if Malaysian needs to get VISA to go to the following countries?
- Norway
- Finland
- Denmark
- Sweden
- Czech Republic
- Hungary
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Hi everyone!!!

Does anyone here know if Malaysian needs to get VISA to go to the following countries?
- Norway
- Finland
- Denmark
- Sweden
- Czech Republic
- Hungary
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http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_4361.html


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Morning everyone..

I will travel to Bandung and Bali in June.
My question is can i fly direct from Bandung to Bali?
My flight schedule:

8th June: KL to Bandung
11th June: Bandung to Bali (is this permitted?)
14 June: Bali to KL

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QUOTE(ibnunarsim @ Feb 17 2013, 10:13 AM)
Morning everyone..

I will travel to Bandung and Bali in June. 
My question is can i fly direct from Bandung to Bali?
My flight schedule:

8th June: KL to Bandung
11th June: Bandung to Bali (is this permitted?)
14 June: Bali to KL

Pls, help me...
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Why not?
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I am newly married couple and think about our first tour in our married life.. So searching about some trips of various country. I give some thanks for ck23.. Because now i can know that here many country that not need any visa to go here. When my wife will know that he will wondering.. Actually i plan to Singapore. Thanks for all information.
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thx for the info~
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QUOTE(Ah San Taiko Besaq @ Oct 31 2012, 07:04 AM)
naisuuu...

mexico no need visa to go. jyeah.

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haha....u can visit mexico under US visa waiver too

very economy and special country brows.gif

USD 2 enough for taxi fare to travel around whole city already thumbup.gif
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We are lucky coz we there are so many countries that offer us free visa. I checked the henley index we are second behind singapore in asean whose pasports can enter many countries without visa application prior.
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QUOTE(antz-antz @ Feb 2 2013, 10:35 AM)
Hi everyone!!!

Does anyone here know if Malaysian needs to get VISA to go to the following countries?
- Norway
- Finland
- Denmark
- Sweden
- Czech Republic
- Hungary
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No You dont. Ive been most of these countries without a visa. The only countries in europe that require visas are Russia and Serbia.
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You forgot to include Maldives under the list of countries where Malaysians do not require a Visa.

QUOTE(ck23 @ Aug 17 2010, 12:49 AM)
As lucky Malaysians, we have the world cheapest airline here. It is our honour to go overseas for a short trip or so.
Now, I need you guys to do me some favour which is let me know where can we go with AirAsia without having a VISA and vice versa.

Without a VISA
- United Kingdom
- Hong Kong
- Macau
- Taiwan
- Laos
- Thailand
- Singapore
- Cambodia
- Vietnam
- Philippines
- Indonesia
- South Korea (90 Days)
- Sri Lanka (30 Days)
- Brunei (30 Days)
- New Zealand (30 Days)
- France
- Spain
- Portugal
- Denmark
- Italy
Need a VISA
- China
- Australia
- Myanmar
- India
- Bangladesh
- America
- Japan


Added on August 16, 2010, 11:50 pmhttp://www.imi.gov.my/index.php/en/visa/vi...ment-by-country
1. Countries that require Visa

Afghanistan (Visa with reference)
Angola
Bhutan
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Central African Republic
China
Colombia
Comoros
Congo Democratic Republic
Congo Republic
Cote D'ivoire
Djibouti
Equat. Guinea
Eritrea Ethiopia
Guinea-Bissau
Hong Kong (C/I or D/I)
India
Liberia
Mali
Myanmar (pasport biasa)
Nepal
Niger
Rwanda
Serbia & Montenegro
Taiwan
United Nations (Laissez Passer)
Western Sahara
2. Commonwealth Countries That Require Visa

Bangladesh
Cameroon
Ghana
Mozambique
Nigeria
Pakistan
Sri Lanka

3. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 3 Months

Albania
Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Austria (Vienna)
Bahrain
Belgium
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Brazil
Croatia
Cuba
Czech Republic
Denmark
Egypt
Finland
France
Germany
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Kirgystan
Kuwait
Kyrgyz Republic Lebanon
Lienchestien
Luxembourg
Morocco
Netherland
Norway
Oman
Peru
Poland
Qatar
Romania
St Marino
Saudi Arabia
Slovakia
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
Uruguay
Yemen
4. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 1 Month

Armenia
Azerbaijan
Barbados
Belarus
Benin
Bolivia
Bulgaria
Cambodia
Cape Verde
Chad
Chile
Costa Rica
Equador
El Savador
Estonia
Gabon
Georgia
Greece
Guatemala
Guinea Republic
Haiti
Honduras
Hong Kong SAR
Kazakhstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Macao SAR
Macedonia Madagascar
Maldova
Mauritania
Mexico
Monaco
Mongalia
Nicaragua
North Korea
North Yemen
Panama
Paraguay
Portugal
Russia
Sao Tome & Principe
Senegal
Slovenia
Sudan
Surinam
Tajikistan
Togo
Ukraine
Upper Volta
Uzbekistan
Vatican City
Vanezuela
Zaire
Zimbabwe
5. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 14 Days

Iran (90 days)
Iraq (30 days)
Libya
Macao (Travel Permit/Portugal CI)
Palestine (30 days)
Sierra Leone
Somalia
South Yemen
Syria (30 days)

Refer Here: http://www.kln.gov.my/web/guest/requirement-for-malaysians
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Guys, If anyone of you (Malaysian) plan to visit this list of countries below, this countries require visa for us to apply through embassy or VOA available at the designated airport. TQ

AGFHANISTAN
ANGOLA
ARMENIA
AZERBAIJAN
BAHRAIN - (VOA available)
BANGLADESH
BELARUS
BENIN
BHUTAN
BOLIVIA
BURKINA FASO
BURUNDI
CAMEROON
CANADA
CAPE VERDE
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
CHAD
CHINA
COMOROS
CONGO, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE
CONGO, REPUBLIC OF THE
COSTA RICA
COTE D'IVOIRE (IVORY COAST)
DJIBOUTI
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (Tourist Card Required)
EQUATORIAL GUINEA
ERITREA
ETHIOPIA
FALKLAND ISLANDS
GABON
GUINEA
GUINEA-BISSAU
BUYANA
INDIA
IRAQ
ISRAEL - (No more longer need Malaysia Ministry Home Affair Permit)
JAPAN
JORDAN - (VOA Available)
KAZAKHSTAN
KUWAIT - (VOA Available)
LIBERIA
LIBYA
MADAGASCAR
MALI
MARSHALL ISLANDS
MAURITANIA
MOLDOVA
MOROCCO
MOZAMBIQUE
MYANMAR
NEPAL - (VOA Available)
NIGER
NIGERIA
OMAN - (VOA Available)
PAKISTAN
PAPUA NEW GUINEA - (VOA Available)
PARAGUAY
PUERTO RICO
QATAR - (VOA Available)
RUSSIA
RWANDA
SAHRAWI ARAB DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC (WESTERN SAHARA)
SAINT LUCIA
SAO TOME & PRINCIPE
SAUDI ARABIA
SENEGAL
SERBIA
SIERRA LEONE
SOMALIA
SOUTH SUDAN
SRI LANKA
SUDAN - (Unknown but heard VOA available)
TAJIKISTAN
TIMOR LESTE
TOGO
TURKMENISTAN
UGANDA
UKRAINE
USA
US VIRGIN ISLANDS
UZBEKISTAN
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QUOTE(yannickho87 @ Jun 9 2013, 10:29 PM)
Guys, If anyone of you (Malaysian) plan to visit this list of countries below, this countries require visa for us to apply through embassy or VOA available at the designated airport. TQ

AGFHANISTAN
ANGOLA
ARMENIA
AZERBAIJAN
BAHRAIN - (VOA available)
BANGLADESH
BELARUS
BENIN
BHUTAN
BOLIVIA
BURKINA FASO
BURUNDI
CAMEROON
CANADA
CAPE VERDE
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
CHAD
CHINA
COMOROS
CONGO, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE
CONGO, REPUBLIC OF THE
COSTA RICA
COTE D'IVOIRE (IVORY COAST)
DJIBOUTI
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (Tourist Card Required)
EQUATORIAL GUINEA
ERITREA
ETHIOPIA
FALKLAND ISLANDS
GABON
GUINEA
GUINEA-BISSAU
BUYANA
INDIA
IRAQ
ISRAEL - (No more longer need Malaysia Ministry Home Affair Permit)
JAPAN
JORDAN - (VOA Available)
KAZAKHSTAN
KUWAIT - (VOA Available)
LIBERIA
LIBYA
MADAGASCAR
MALI
MARSHALL ISLANDS
MAURITANIA
MOLDOVA
MOROCCO
MOZAMBIQUE
MYANMAR
NEPAL - (VOA Available)
NIGER
NIGERIA
OMAN - (VOA Available)
PAKISTAN
PAPUA NEW GUINEA - (VOA Available)
PARAGUAY
PUERTO RICO
QATAR - (VOA Available)
RUSSIA
RWANDA
SAHRAWI ARAB DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC (WESTERN SAHARA)
SAINT LUCIA
SAO TOME & PRINCIPE
SAUDI ARABIA
SENEGAL
SERBIA
SIERRA LEONE
SOMALIA
SOUTH SUDAN
SRI LANKA
SUDAN - (Unknown but heard VOA available)
TAJIKISTAN
TIMOR LESTE
TOGO
TURKMENISTAN
UGANDA
UKRAINE
USA
US VIRGIN ISLANDS
UZBEKISTAN
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Thanks for sharing, already added in front page.
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Its great that you can go so many places from Malaysia, KL is essentially one of Asia's large airport hubs. Cheap flights for all wink.gif
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QUOTE(GodTier @ Mar 18 2013, 08:36 AM)
haha....u can visit mexico under US visa waiver too

very economy and special country  brows.gif

USD 2 enough for taxi fare to travel around whole city already  thumbup.gif
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Now Mexico is Visa Free for Malaysian up to 180 Days since last year November 2012.


Source from Mexico Embassy in Malaysia --> http://embamex.sre.gob.mx/malasia/index.php/visa

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QUOTE(hmchan911 @ Dec 4 2010, 06:46 PM)
http://www.imi.gov.my/index.php/en/visa/vi...ment-by-country
1. Countries that require Visa

Afghanistan (Visa with reference)
Angola
Bhutan
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Central African Republic
China
Colombia
Comoros
Congo Democratic Republic
Congo Republic
Cote D'ivoire
Djibouti
Equat. Guinea
Eritrea Ethiopia
Guinea-Bissau
Hong Kong (C/I or D/I)
India
Liberia
Mali
Myanmar (pasport biasa)
Nepal
Niger
Rwanda
Serbia & Montenegro
Taiwan
United Nations (Laissez Passer)
Western Sahara
2. Commonwealth Countries That Require Visa

Bangladesh
Cameroon
Ghana
Mozambique
Nigeria
Pakistan
Sri Lanka

3. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 3 Months

Albania
Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Austria (Vienna)
Bahrain
Belgium
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Brazil
Croatia
Cuba
Czech Republic
Denmark
Egypt
Finland
France
Germany
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Kirgystan
Kuwait
Kyrgyz Republic Lebanon
Lienchestien
Luxembourg
Morocco
Netherland
Norway
Oman
Peru
Poland
Qatar
Romania
St Marino
Saudi Arabia
Slovakia
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
Uruguay
Yemen
4. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 1 Month

Armenia
Azerbaijan
Barbados
Belarus
Benin
Bolivia
Bulgaria
Cambodia
Cape Verde
Chad
Chile
Costa Rica
Equador
El Savador
Estonia
Gabon
Georgia
Greece
Guatemala
Guinea Republic
Haiti
Honduras
Hong Kong SAR
Kazakhstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Macao SAR
Macedonia Madagascar
Maldova
Mauritania
Mexico
Monaco
Mongalia
Nicaragua
North Korea
North Yemen
Panama
Paraguay
Portugal
Russia
Sao Tome & Principe
Senegal
Slovenia
Sudan
Surinam
Tajikistan
Togo
Ukraine
Upper Volta
Uzbekistan
Vatican City
Vanezuela
Zaire
Zimbabwe
5. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 14 Days

Iran (90 days)
Iraq (30 days)
Libya
Macao (Travel Permit/Portugal CI)
Palestine (30 days)
Sierra Leone
Somalia
South Yemen
Syria (30 days)





No visa is required for U.S.A. citizens visiting Malaysia for social, business or academic purposes (except for employment).

No visa is required for a stay of less than one month for nationals of all ASEAN countries except Myanmar. For a stay exceeding one month a visa will be required, except for nationals Brunei and Singapore.

For national of Israel, visas are required and permission must be granted from Ministry Of Home Affairs.

For national of Republic of Serbia and Republic of Montenegro, visas are required without permission granted from Ministry Of Home Affairs.

Nationals of countries other than those stated above (with the exception of Israel) are allowed to enter Malaysia without a visa for a visit not exceeding one month.
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This list above is only for foreigner who want to visit Malaysia and not Us (Malaysian) visit them..

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So going to New Zealand for 2 weeks no need to apply Visa like Australia? Can anyone help to confirm? Thanks a lot.
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need help pleasee.

this is gonna be my first trip overseas alone. to paris france.
so im a bit confused about visa to go there. when check at the embassy website. they say need visa. but check at others. they say no need visa. im gonna go there for around 50days.

do i need visa for that?
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QUOTE(aminar @ Aug 4 2013, 11:10 PM)
need help pleasee.

this is gonna be my first trip overseas alone. to paris france.
so im a bit confused about visa to go there. when check at the embassy website. they say need visa. but check at others. they say no need visa. im gonna go there for around 50days.

do i need visa for that?
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hopefully this help : http://malaysia.nlembassy.org/services/con...quirements.html
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hello there, does anyone know do i need a visa to travel to Australia for just 1 week?
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hello there, does anyone know do i need a visa to travel to Australia for just 1 week?
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Yup you need, no matter how long or short your stay is.

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Hello LYN.net members,
Is it mandatory to apply for visa to
1. Indonesia (bali)
2. Taiwan
3. Thailand
4. Vietnam
5. Myanmar

Is there any official immigration website that list out this information?

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QUOTE(VIC92 @ Aug 26 2013, 05:41 PM)
Yup you need, no matter how long or short your stay is.
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if i'm from indonesia and i want to go to malay?
What visa i will need? Only get 30days visit pass ?
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Hi all... do you all know those counties we can visit without visa can stay one month?
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Hi all... do you all know those counties we can visit without visa can stay one month?
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at the first page have many info and countries listed...
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Hi guys, do I need visa for 1 week in Dublin? I will land on dublin airport directly. only Malaysia Passport will be enuf rite?
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Hi guys, do I need visa for 1 week in Dublin? I will land on dublin airport directly. only Malaysia Passport will be enuf rite?
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No visa.
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Hi everyone, need your all sifu here help...im planning go to vietname for a week trip, but im a totally newbie whicj never travel oversea before... can anyone teach me from booking flight to end?

Im plan to fly with airasia, will book online from airasia, but after that what is the procedure? What is checkin ?boarding pass? What form i need to fill up when leaving malaysia? Entering vietnam?
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To Japan now no need visa already? Sure?
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No need. But make sure your pasport is the new one with ICAO chip.

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new zealand should be 3 months not 1 month right?
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QUOTE(azkoleq @ Nov 3 2013, 05:56 AM)
No need. But make sure your pasport is the new one with ICAO chip.
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new means white colour background photo?
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How bout UAE? Anyone know do we still need visa for a week visit?
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Do any of these countries requires visa?

Cambodia
Vietnam
Laos
Myanmmar
Bangladesh
Nepal
Bhutan


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My passport was issued middle 2013, still using blue color background pics. But the front cover got that ICAO symbol already. From Japanese Embassy website looks like no need visa if got this symbol. Can someone verify this. Worry becos my friend new passport (issue last week) looks different from mine (white picture background, one plastic page etc)

Going Japan in few weeks. Hope the snowstorm gone by then...

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Any one with experience applying for Morocco visa in KL ?
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How bout UAE? Anyone know do we still need visa for a week visit?
No need for Malaysians

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Thanks! I need this info. Intending to visit Ireland.

QUOTE(ck23 @ Aug 16 2010, 11:49 PM)
As lucky Malaysians, we have the world cheapest airline here. It is our honour to go overseas for a short trip or so.
Now, I need you guys to do me some favour which is let me know where can we go with AirAsia without having a VISA and vice versa.

Without a VISA
- United Kingdom
- Hong Kong
- Macau
- Taiwan
- Laos
- Thailand
- Singapore
- Cambodia
- Vietnam
- Philippines
- Indonesia
- South Korea (90 Days)
- Sri Lanka (30 Days)
- Brunei (30 Days)
- New Zealand (30 Days)
- France
- Spain
- Portugal
- Denmark
- Italy
- Japan (Since 2013)
Need a VISA
- China
- Australia
- Myanmar
- India
- Bangladesh
- America


Added on August 16, 2010, 11:50 pmhttp://www.imi.gov.my/index.php/en/visa/vi...ment-by-country
1. Countries that require Visa

Afghanistan (Visa with reference)
Angola
Bhutan
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Central African Republic
China
Colombia
Comoros
Congo Democratic Republic
Congo Republic
Cote D'ivoire
Djibouti
Equat. Guinea
Eritrea Ethiopia
Guinea-Bissau
Hong Kong (C/I or D/I)
India
Liberia
Mali
Myanmar (pasport biasa)
Nepal
Niger
Rwanda
Serbia & Montenegro
Taiwan
United Nations (Laissez Passer)
Western Sahara
2. Commonwealth Countries That Require Visa

Bangladesh
Cameroon
Ghana
Mozambique
Nigeria
Pakistan
Sri Lanka

3. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 3 Months

Albania
Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Austria (Vienna)
Bahrain
Belgium
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Brazil
Croatia
Cuba
Czech Republic
Denmark
Egypt
Finland
France
Germany
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Kirgystan
Kuwait
Kyrgyz Republic Lebanon
Lienchestien
Luxembourg
Morocco
Netherland
Norway
Oman
Peru
Poland
Qatar
Romania
St Marino
Saudi Arabia
Slovakia
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
Uruguay
Yemen
4. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 1 Month

Armenia
Azerbaijan
Barbados
Belarus
Benin
Bolivia
Bulgaria
Cambodia
Cape Verde
Chad
Chile
Costa Rica
Equador
El Savador
Estonia
Gabon
Georgia
Greece
Guatemala
Guinea Republic
Haiti
Honduras
Hong Kong SAR
Kazakhstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Macao SAR
Macedonia Madagascar
Maldova
Mauritania
Mexico
Monaco
Mongalia
Nicaragua
North Korea
North Yemen
Panama
Paraguay
Portugal
Russia
Sao Tome & Principe
Senegal
Slovenia
Sudan
Surinam
Tajikistan
Togo
Ukraine
Upper Volta
Uzbekistan
Vatican City
Vanezuela
Zaire
Zimbabwe
5. Countries That Require Visa For a Stay Exceeding 14 Days

Iran (90 days)
Iraq (30 days)
Libya
Macao (Travel Permit/Portugal CI)
Palestine (30 days)
Sierra Leone
Somalia
South Yemen
Syria (30 days)

Refer Here: http://www.kln.gov.my/web/guest/requirement-for-malaysians
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hi guys, transiting in hong kong no need visa why there's a yellow highlght for hong kong visa?

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