UPDATED LIST OF FOREIGN NATIONALS EXEMPTED FROM MALAYSIA DIGITAL ARRIVAL CARD

 28 December 2023- Malaysia’s Immigration Department has announced that effective 01 January 2024, the Malaysia Digital Arrival Card (MDAC) will be strictly required for all foreign travelers prior to entering the country, except for the following:

Citizens of Singapore;

Diplomatic and Official Passport Holders;

Malaysian Permanent Residents and Long-Term Pass holders;

General Certificate of Identity (GCI) Brunei Darussalam holders;

Brunei Malaysia Frequent Traveller Facility holders;

Thailand Border Pass holders; and

Indonesia Cross-Border Travel Document (PLB) holders.

Travelers may fill out the online pre-arrival form up to three days prior to their arrival in Malaysia. Passengers must present their valid passport and a completed MDAC to border officers for validation before going to the immigration counter.

For details, travelers are advised to check https://imigresen-online.imi.gov.my/mdac/main OR visit the Online Enquiry System (SPO) at https://eapp.imi.gov.my.

This advisory supersedes KLPE Advisory No. 29 dated 05 December 2023. 

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