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Visa on arrival for Indians entering Malaysia

Additionally, Malaysia's eVISA can now be applied for online, and Malaysia Airlines, Malindo Air, AirAsia, IndiGo

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Indian travelers will be able to obtain a Visa on Arrival (VOA) in Malaysia from June 1. However, this advantage is only available to travelers entering Malaysia via designated entry points in Singapore, Thailand, Brunei, or Indonesia, who have a valid visa from any one of the countries.

The VOA charge is said to be MYR 200 (US$46), and travelers must provide proof of having at least US$500 in cash, debit card, credit card, traveler's check, or any electronic money that has been certified by the Malaysian Central Bank (Bank Negara Malaysia).

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