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Malaysia to allow visa-free entry to Indian, Chinese nationals from Dec 1

Malaysia will allows visa-free entry to citizens of China and India for stays of up to 30 days starting on December 1, its Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim has announced.

Anwar made the announcement late on Sunday during a speech at his People’s Justice Party congress and did not say for how long the visa exemption would be applicable.

China and India are Malaysia’s fourth and fifth-largest source markets respectively.

According to government data, Malaysia recorded 9.16 million tourist arrivals between January and June this year, with 498,540 from China and 283,885 from India. That compared to 1.5 million arrivals from China and 354,486 from India in the same period of 2019, prior to the pandemic.

Currently, Chinese and Indian nationals must apply for visas to enter Malaysia.

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