Malaysia reopens to the world


 

Malaysia is set to welcome back international travellers after Government announced the full reopening of its borders for the first time after nearly two years of COVID-19-related closures, beginning today (April 1).

Fully vaccinated travellers are exempt from quarantine on arrival, but must show a negative PCR test result, obtained within the 48 hours prior to travel. A negative rapid antigen test is also accepted, received in the 24 hours before travel.

Travellers must also take a rapid antigen test within 24 hours of arrival in Malaysia.

Arrivals are also encouraged to download the MySejahtera contact tracing mobile app and complete the pre-departure form under the ‘Traveller’ icon within the app. There is no longer a need to apply for the MyTravelPass to enter Malaysia.

However, international travellers who are not fully vaccinated must undergo five-day quarantine upon arrival. Those aged 17 and under are exempt from this regulation but must still take the on-arrival PCR test.



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