Malaysia eVisa

An eVisa is an electronic visa that foreign countries can apply for online. It allows them to travel to the countries where they want to visit. They must get their travel documents through the eVisa system if they meet the requirements. It allows you to enter and stay in a particular country. It is mainly for tourist purposes.

In an eVisa, all your personal information is electronically. The visa issuing authority sends you an e-copy of your visa through your registered email ID. Mainly for short-term visits to foreign countries. Candidates can apply for an eVisa to fulfil the following purposes:

  • - Tourism purposes
  • - Visit of relatives/friends
  • - Short-term business stay
  • - Sports activities
  • - Cultural, scientific, or humanitarian activities

Application Process

eVisa applications are stress-free for everyone who visits. It's super easy to get an eVisa, and you don't even have to go to an embassy for an interview. All you need is a passport that is valid for at least six months from when you apply. To apply, complete the online application form at our official website. Once you've done that, you'll get an email asking you to verify your email id. The eVisa can cost different from country to country. You can pay with either a debit or credit card. Once you've applied, the information on the form can change, so fill it out carefully.

How long do eVisa remain valid?

For each entry, you can stay in Malaysia as an eVISA holder for 30 days. It all depends on which eVISA you have.


When you decide to get an eVisa, you'll need to meet certain criteria to qualify.

  • It is issued to individuals who travel to a country to meet friends and family, engage in relaxation activities, receive medical care or undertake a short-term business trip.
  • An candidate passport shall be valid for at least six months from the date of the visa application.
  • Your passport should have at least two or six blank pages for the Immigration Officer to stamp.
  • Candidate must have return tickets to return to a destination after staying there for a fixed time.
  • It is recommended that the children and infants have separate eVisa and passports.

Document Required

  • A correct passport with at least six months of validity
  • Passport-sized photos
  • Upon arrival, you may present the following documents
  • A printout of your eVisa
  • A passport that is valid for at least six months
  • An invitation letter
  • Medical insurance coverage for your stay

Here are some of the most common documents the immigration office at the airport will ask you to bring when you arrive. Some countries may also require other documents.

Approval Process

Your application is only valid if approved by the Immigration Department of Malaysia from whom you submitted your application.

Please note that you may need to submit additional supporting documents for verification purposes or appear for an interview at your country's consulate general of Malaysia, high commission of Malaysia, or embassy of Malaysia.

List of countries issuing eVisa

The number of countries using the online visa application has been steadily expanding over the years. As of now, the following countries have adopted the online visa system:

  • - Bhutan
  • - India
  • - Bangladesh
  • - China
  • - Pakistan
  • - Nepal
  • - Montenegro
  • - Serbia
  • - Sri Lanka

If eVisa gets rejected?

In some cases, the immigration authorities of a given countries may deny an individual's application for an eVisa. The following are some of the primary reasons why an individual's eVisa can decline:

  • - Make sure you include all the information you need, like if your passport isn't valid for more than six months,
  • - If you gave the wrong information on your visa application
  • - If you didn't spell out your visa type correctly
  • - And if you're not sure if you want to go back

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