There are many reasons why Malaysia is considered one of the best places to visit in Asia. It has great weather, beautiful places to visit, exotic cuisine, and much more. There are certain places that most travelers want to visit once they reach Malaysia. But how do you know if you need to go through a visa process before planning your entire trip to Malaysia? A few years ago, Malaysia introduced a new system that allows travellers from all over the world (including Nepal) to obtain electronic visas to visit the country.

Applying for an eVisa in Malaysia is super easy - Nepalese can do it in just 10 minutes! It's a simple three-step process, and you shouldn't have any problems with it has a great support service too! The validity of the eVisa runs from the date it's issued until 90 days after it's issued, and Nepalese nationals can stay in Malaysia for a maximum of 30 days per entry for a single entry. Just keep in mind that eNTRIs are only accepted at certain points of entry, which you can find on our website. If you're going to a different point of entry, you'll need a different consular visa.

Required Document For Nepalese to Malaysia eVisa

The Malaysia eVisa for Nepali citizens can quickly be delivered electronically for the holder’s Nepalese passport while traveling to Malaysia. The following document that you need when entering Malaysia:

  • - Proof duration
  • - Proof of accommodation
  • - Proof tickets

Application steps need to follow

  • - Complete your online application form
  • - Confirm your payment
  • - Receive approved Visa

Passport holders from Nepal to Malaysia will need the following documents

  • - A recent, digital passport photo with a white background is required.
  • - A passport's front and back biodata pages are valid for at least six months after the date of travel.
  • - Verify the returned ticket.
  • - Proof accommodation
  • - Children under 12 must upload their birth certificates.
  • - Copy of an Australia visa.