Starting 1st of April, Malaysia will welcome international travelers.
The decision is an attempt to boost the aviation and tourism sectors, as the country slowly moves towards an endemic phase of the pandemic.
It can be recalled that the country has closed its borders for international travelers for two years.
For fully vaccinated passengers, no quarantine requirement will be imposed upon arrival, given that they provide a PCR test result secured two days before departure and a rapid antigen test within 24 hours of arrival in Malaysia.
For foreign travelers, a completed pre-departure travel form has to be secured, but no need to provide a MyTravelPass permit.
Author: Deb Davad