Do I need my travel pass to exit Malaysia?
Applicants who wish to exit the country DO NOT need to apply for permission to leave the country. If the Applicant gives incorrect / inaccurate information, amendment cannot be made and applicant has to re-apply the application.
How long does a My Travel Pass take?
2. Complete applications with the necessary supporting documents will be processed by the Immigration Department of Malaysia within five (5) working days, after which the applicant will be informed via email on the status of their application.
How long is travel pass valid?
Whenever you use your travel pass for the first time – by tagging on to a valid bus – you have 30 days of travel, including the day of first use and the day of last use. A travel pass expires at midnight on the last day that it is valid for.
Is there a travel ban in Malaysia?
A temporary ban on flights to and from India is in place. All passengers travelling from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, except for Malaysian citizens, are not permitted to enter or transit Malaysia.
Can Filipino travel to Malaysia now 2021?
Effective May 24, 2021, for all Malaysian or non-Malaysian with an entry approval to enter Malaysia arriving from India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Pakistan, will be required to undergo mandatory quarantine 21 days at the designated quarantine station.
Can I travel overseas now?
More than two-thirds of the world’s countries, including most of Europe, have reopened to tourists from the United States, despite the ongoing pandemic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, meanwhile, continues advising Americans not to travel internationally until they are fully inoculated against Covid-19.
Can foreigners enter Malaysia during MCO?
Expatriates with expired passes from 1 January 2020 and are currently in Malaysia are allowed to leave the country within 14 working days upon the end of the Movement Control Order(MCO), without having to apply for any special passes or obtain prior approval from the Malaysian authorities.