Govt.of India Licence Number. B-0207/MUM/PER/1000+/5/4872/1997

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15 Days Tourist eVisa
1899/-per person
  • Processing time:1-2 days
  • Stay period :15 days
  • Validity :3 months
  • Entry:Single
15 Days Tourist eNTRI Visa
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2099/-per person
  • Processing time: 2 hours
  • Stay period :15 days
  • Validity :3 months
  • Entry:Single
30 Days Tourist eVISA
3399/-per person
  • Processing time: 3-4 Days
  • Stay period :30 days
  • Validity :3 months
  • Entry: Multiple
30 Days Multiple Entry Sticker Visa
6999/-per person
  • Processing time: 4-5 Days
  • Stay period :30 days
  • Validity :upto 12 months
  • Visa Category - Tourist/Business
  • Entry: Multiple

Documents Required for Malaysia eVisa

  1. Scanned copy of first and last page of your passport
  2. Scanned recent colour photograph.
  3. Confirmed return flight ticket
  4. Hotel Reservation or Invitation Letter (If visiting family or friends)
  5. Birth Certificate for minors (below 14 years)

Documents needed at Malaysian entry checkpoints

  1. eNTRI Note
  2. Boarding Pass
  3. Confirmed tickets coming in and leaving Malaysia
  4. Sufficient funds (Cash/Debit or credible Credit Cards such as UnionPay /Travellers Cheque/ eMoney such as Alipay) 
  5. Complete travel itinerary
  6. Proof of residence in Malaysia (optional)

Photo Specification for Malaysia eVisa

  • Photograph must be in colour, without border and white background only.
  • Close up of your head and top of your shoulders so that your face takes up  60%-70% of the photograph
  • It should be in sharp focus and clean.
  • Must show you looking directly at the camera with a neutral expression, neither frowning nor smiling, with the mouth closed.
  • It should be 3.5 cm X 5 cm.
  • The photograph should be a recent one not more than 3 months old.
  • It is to be taken without headgear.
  • Photograph can be taken with headgear, after consideration on case to case basis if the applicant wears headgear on religious grounds. The main characteristics of the face must be apparent from the photograph. Chin, nose, eyes and eyebrows must not be covered; the forehead should be uncovered to the extent that the shape of the face is apparent.
  • It should be without hat/cap.
  • It should be with the applicant’s hair tucked behind his/her ears.

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