Malaysia is a South East Asian country with Kuala Lumpur as the capital and the largest city. Bordering areas of Malaysia are Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia. It was originated as Malay kingdom later in 18th century became part of colonial British Empire till 1957.
The country is multi ethnic with 69% Malay people (the original inhabitants), 23% Chinese, 7% Indians and 1% Others. Islam is the major religion followed by people (61%) along with Buddhists (20%) and Hindus (6%).
Malaysia is an industrialized market economy. It’s ranked 4th in South East Asia and 38th largest economy in the world.
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Best Time to Visit – April to Mid of October
Kuala Lumpur – Best for Shopping, Parks and Wildlife.
Langkawi – Best for Nature, Adventure and Beaches
Penang Island – Nature, European – Indian – Chinese Style Historic Sites
Gunung Mulu National Park – For Nature Trails
Melaka – For Museums, Historic Sites and Nature
Batu Caves – For Nature, Outdoor, Fun and Games
Other Exciting Places – Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Johor Bahru, Air Itam etc.
To enter Malaysia, Indians have to apply for an eVisa. Electronic Visa or eVisa is an online visa application platform that allows foreigners to enter Malaysia.
You may apply for the evisa on the link
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Duration Of Stay:
EVisa holders can stay in Malaysia for a maximum of 30 days per visit. One eVisa application can be used once only. Visa extension is not allowed.
Applicants need to scan and upload the following documents while applying for a Malaysian eVisa:
Applicants need to display the following documents at Malaysian entry checkpoints after arriving in Malaysia:
How To Apply?
To apply for Malaysian eVisa, you have to first open the eVisa application website of Malaysia. If you are applying for this eVisa for the first time, then click on ‘I’m new’ to initiate the application process. Existing applicants have to click on ‘Returning User’ and they will be directed to their account.
Once you apply for a Malaysian eVisa, approval depends on the Malaysian Mission Office or the Malaysian Immigration Department. If there are any suspicions, you might be asked to submit other documents and also appear for an interview or Skype interview with the Malaysian High Commission, Malaysia Consulate or Malaysian Embassy.
The Malaysian authorities will get in touch with you through emails. If the application is approved, then you have to take a printout of your eVisa on A4 size paper.