Who can travel to Malaysia without a visa? Here are the details


LAHORE – Pakistan and Malaysia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to partially abolish visa requirements between the two countries following Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit. Foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Malaysian Home Minister Tan Sri Dato Haji Muhyiddin signed the MoU on Partial Abolition of visa requirement, in the presence of PM Imran Khan and Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad.


However, the agreement only abolished the visa requirement for diplomatic and official passport holders, according to Malaysian media. Normal Pakistani passport holders still need a visa to visit Malaysia, the visa can be obtained by two methods – Sticker Visa for Malaysian Embassy in Pakistan or E-visa.

How to apply for Malaysian E-visa Pakistani tourist can obtain up to one-month e-visa from this official website for $31. Here is the list of required documents for e-visa to Malaysia. Passport Scanned Copy. Return Ticket in JPEG. Hotel Booking in PDF. Bank Statement in PDF. Other supporting documents in PDF.


Other countries extending the privilege include: Antigua & Barbuda (E-visa website) Cambodia (E-visa website) Djibouti (E-visa website) Gabon (E-visa website) Kenya (E-visa website) Kyrgyzstan (E-visa website) Lesotho (E-visa website) Myanmar (E-visa website) Rwanda (E-visa website) Saint Kitts and Nevis (E-visa website) Tajikistan (E-visa website) Uganda (E-visa website) Zambia (E-visa website) Zimbabwe (E-visa website).