Category of Passengers Allowed Entry
- Malaysia nationals
- Foreigners holding valid Malaysian long-term visit passes can enter the country without immigration clearance via MyTravelPass/MyEntry. These categories of passengers include:
- Diplomat (Exemption Order)/Dependent/Foreign Maid
- Employment Pass (Category I, II, III) / Dependent/Foreign Maid
- Resident Pass-Talent (RP-T)/ Dependent/Foreign Maid
- Professional Visit Pass-Specialist
- Professional Visit Pass.
- Permanent Resident (PR)/Spouse to PR/Child to PR.
- Long-Term Pass (Husband/Wife/Child) to Citizen.
- Senior Citizen Pass.
- Widow/Widow Pass to Citizen.
- Student Pass/Dependent/Escort.
- Malaysia Pass My Second Home/Dependents/Foreign Maid.
- Resident Pass.
- Temporary Work Visit Pass.
- Foreign Maid.
- Oil & Gas workers and Seafarers- Crew Ship entry for ‘sign-on’ / ‘joint ship’ must provide Letter of Guarantee.
- Other foreigners that are not listed in the above-mentioned categories are required to apply via MyTravelPass/MyEntry before entering Malaysia. Passengers are advised to refer to the Official Portal of Immigration Department of Malaysia for detailed information.
Travel Requirements and Procedures
- All passengers must undergo COVID-19 screening test upon arrival.
- All passengers arriving from overseas must provide a negative RT-PCR test result taken two (2) days before departing to Malaysia, failing which, their entry will be denied. The certificate must be presented in digital or hardcopy, preferably in English or Bahasa Malaysia.
- All passengers must also observe quarantine period as per the latest new quarantine regime, effective 24 January 2022.
- Effective 13 January 2022, passengers who have recently recovered from COVID-19 must comply to the following travel requirement and procedures to enter Malaysia.
- Travellers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by fully vaccinated parents or guardians.
Foreign travellers can transit in Malaysia without obtaining clearance through MyTravelPass/MyEntry and abide to respective country’s entry restriction.
- Passengers entering Malaysia from any of the categories below are required to observe specific requirements to enter into Malaysia:
Countries reported with high COVID-19 Omicron variant cases
- United Kingdom
- Saudi Arabia
- United States
- South Africa
- Eswatini (formerly Swaziland)
Effective 29 December 2021
- RT PCR test 2 days before departure
- RT PCR test upon arrival into Malaysia and another RT PCR test at Day 10 of arrival
- Digital tracking device (worn on the wrist) throughout quarantine period
- Daily RT-Ag self test during quarantine (report test result on MySejahtera effective 17 December 2021 (for travellers from United Kingdom)
- Mandatory quarantine: 14 days at designated quarantine stations
Effective 28 December 2021
- Passenger departing from countries reported with high COVID-19 Omicron variant cases listed above must undergo mandatory quarantine at designated quarantine centers upon arrival in KL International Airport (KLIA) before entering Sabah.
- Passengers are required to undergo 7-Day quarantine for fully vaccinated passenger and 10-day quarantine for unvaccinated or partially vaccinated passengers.
- Other international passengers transiting in KLIA with an onward connection to Sabah will be allowed to continue their journey and subject to 7-day quarantine for fully vaccinated passengers and 10-day quarantine for unvaccinated or partially vaccinated passengers at designated quarantine centres in Sabah.
Passengers will bear all applicable charges.
Effective 24 December 2021
|No||Category of Passengers||New Protocols and Procedures|
|1||Travellers and holders of long-term visit passes returning or with travel history to:
within 14 days are permitted to enter Sarawak as per the latest protocols and procedures
|2||Travellers from other countries or with overseas travel history within 14 days are permitted to enter Sarawak as per the latest protocols and procedures
For more details can refer to this link : Travel regulation for Malaysia