People will have to be fully vaccinated and provide a negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test result to enter Malaysia
The Malaysian government has decided to lift entry restrictions for nationals from Bangladesh and other countries.
The decision was announced in a notification by the High Commission of Malaysia in Dhaka on Tuesday afternoon.
The decision to allow entry into Malaysia will come into immediate effect, according to the notice.
Malaysian permanent residents, long term pass holders, business travellers and investors will have to obtain prior entry approval from the Immigration Department of Malaysia through MyTravelPass or MyEntry (https://www.imi.gov.my).
People will also have to be fully vaccinated and provide a negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test result to enter Malaysia.
The Health Ministry of Malaysia has also made quarantine mandatory for travellers.
Travellers will get pre-approved visa related information at [email protected] and [email protected] or they can contact the visa hotline at +88 017 9200 0766.
Earlier on May 5, Malaysia imposed a travel ban on citizens of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Nepal.
The move followed a temporary ban on flights from and to India to stop a new Covid-19 variant from entering Malaysia.