Malaysian government extends visa-free travel for Indians for one year
Malaysia has removed visa requirements for Indians traveling for leisure and business purposes for one year from December 1. According to reliable sources, the Ministry of Tourism has confirmed that visa-free entry will continue until December 2024.
As a result, Malaysia is expected to see an annual increase of 30-45% in the number of tourists visiting Japan from India. Indian travel agencies in Malaysia expect the number of tourist arrivals from India to further exceed the pre-pandemic figure of 7,35,309 Indian tourists. “One of the main surges will be seen in the MICE (Meetings and Incentives, Exhibitions) sector as Malaysia is seen as a strategic and affordable venue for business expansion into the ASEAN region.” said A. Aldous, president of the association. This was announced by the Malaysian Indian Tourism Association.

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The new visa-free system, which replaces the previous provision of electronic entry and visa on arrival for those entering the country from Singapore, will also enhance incentive and corporate travel, in addition to family and series tours. added.
Visa Waiver includes a 30-day stay for each entry, allowing you to travel as much as you like. The only travel requirements are a six-month passport validity, a confirmed round-trip ticket, proof of funds and a mandatory hotel stay. Till June this year, Malaysia recorded 283,885 visitors from India.

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