Malaysia Visit Visa

30 Days

Malaysia E Visa

Single Entry USD 50 /-Per Person
INCLUDES
  • Immigration visa Fee
  • Service Charges
  • All Taxes
  • 30 Days Duration of Stay in Malaysia
  • 3Month Visa Validity (Travel Time )
  • Processing time is 2 to 3 working days
30 Days

Malaysia 3Months Multiple Visa

S USD 118 /-Per Person
INCLUDES
  • Immigration visa Fee
  • Service Charges
  • All Taxes
  • 30 Days Duration of Stay in Malaysia
  • 3Month Visa Validity (Travel Time )
  • Processing time is 2 to 3 working days
30 Days

Malaysia Visit Visa URGENT

S USD 150 /-Per Person
INCLUDES
  • Immigration visa Fee
  • Service Charges
  • All Taxes
  • 30 Days Duration of Stay in Malaysia
  • 3Month Visa Validity (Travel Time )
  • Processing time is 2 to 3 working days
30 Days

Malaysia Sticker Visa.

Single Entry USD 50 /-Per Person
INCLUDES
  • Malaysian Embasssy Visa Fee
  • Service Charges
  • All Taxes
  • 30 Days Duration of Stay in Malaysia
  • 3Month Visa Validity (Travel Time )
  • Processing time is one working week

Malaysia Visa Requirements

  1. Original Passport.
  2. Last Six Month Bank Statement.
  3. Bank Letter.
  4. 03 Pictures with White Background.
  5. CNIC Photo Copy.
  6. Visa Request Letter.
  7. NTN Number (If Applicable ).
  8. Return Air Ticket (for E-Visa only ).

Malaysia is an Islamic country in Southeast Asia, it consist of three federal territories and thirteen states with an area of 330,803 square kilo meters. Malaysia lies in developed countries of world with heavy investment in technology, space, oil and tourism. Most developed and capital of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur, other popular areas are Cameron Highlands famous for plantation, Kinabalu National Park famous for tallest mountains and Langkawi for forests. Street food of Malaysia are char koaykak,Nasilemak, Rendan, Mie goreng and Gulai are some popular foods of Malaysia. Natural sights ofMalaysia are Blue mansion, Khookongsi, Cheahkongsi, Batu caves, Dark cave and Temple cave.

Malaysia Travel Guide

Malaysia is a mosaic of cultures and flavors, combining the best of China, India, and Southeast Asia with a smattering of old colonial legacy. Capital city Kuala Lumpur is thoroughly forward-looking, with its gleaming Petronas Towers and immaculate rail transport that’s surprisingly uncrowded. Its compact size—though giant compared to neighboring Singapore—means you can cycle between Penang’s 19th-century shophouses in the morning and wander past hawker stalls in KL by night. Eating is a national hobby here; hopefully you'll be contentedly patting your expanding stomach after just a day or two.