Malaysia Declares Country Visa-Free Entry For Indians In 2020

by Sanjana Shenoy
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Are you checking your holiday calendar, mentally making notes of the places you can visit? If you are nodding, then we have a great suggestion for you. Let’s give you a hint. The capital of this country is the ninth most visited travel destination of 2019, with around 14.7 million international tourist arrivals. Still didn’t get it? Well, we are talking about the gorgeous country of Malaysia and its capital, Kuala Lumpur. The best part is, Indians and Chinese tourists can enjoy visa-free travel to Malaysia this 2020. You will be able to visit Malaysia for around 15 days by using the electronic travel registration and information system. This can be either done individually or through travel agencies.

 

What’s In It?

While you’re celebrating over the visa-free entry to Malaysia for the whole of 2020, here’s something you should know. Entry and exit in Malaysia will solely take place through authorized entry points or airports and you must bear this into mind. Tourists must all have to show proof and have sufficient cash for expenses, along with showing their travel itinerary to Malaysia. A valid return ticket should also be shown.

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Tourists can visit Malaysia, three months after registration. Apart from this, tourists travelling in this manner cannot apply for any other passes under the Immigration Regulations 1963  and cannot have the 15-day period extended. Well if you follow these few regulations, you can definitely enjoy visa-free travel to Malaysia and explore the country and all its wonderful offerings.

What’s More?

Malaysia has taken these steps to boost tourism in the country. Tackling the most populated countries in the world China and India, you know they have made a smart move. Malaysia is aiming to attract 30 million international tourist arrivals for the Visit Malaysia 2020 campaign. Indians anyway flock to Thailand, and Bangkok is one of the most frequented cities in the world, especially by Indians. So now every time people visit Thailand, they can definitely extend a few more days and travel to Malaysia, get a glimpse of the majestic Petronas Twin Towers, enjoy the nightlife, explore the Batu caves and have the time of their lives. Did you know Madhav Bagga Travelled To Thailand, Singapore And Malaysia All Under 35k (AED 2000)?

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