If you are an Indian passport holder wishing to travel to Malaysia for a period no longer than 15 days , we encourage you to apply for a Malaysia eNTRI visa. However, if you wish to stay in India for a period that exceeds the day limit —but remains shorter than 30 days— for tourism purposes , you can apply for a Malaysia Tourist e-Visa. If you are still wondering what other differences exist between an eNTRI visa or a tourist e-Visa or if you have more doubts about the requirements to apply for a Malaysia electronic visa, we have gathered a list of all our frequently asked questions for you. You are only allowed to apply for the eNTRI visa once every 3 months. IF you are traveling for a period longer than 15 days, then you should apply for a Malaysia Tourist e-Visa.
Closing date for submission of application by PIO card holders for registration as OCI card holders has been extended till Part A and Part B of the application form have to be filled online and printout of the application form along with documents is required to be submitted to High Commission. Applicant who is above 18 years old is required to be present in person for submission of the application form. However, in case of minor children below 12 years old either parent can submit on behalf.
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Historical records show that the influence of Indian on Malaya can be traced as early as the first century. The Indians at that time were also skilled sculptors and were active in maritim activities as Indian maritim ships were the main players in this region during this era. As a result, on a political level, they established many diplomatic ties with nations in the Southeast Asian region. On a societal level, many traders have married and integrated with the locals, settling themselves in the Malay peninsula. The artefacts found in the Bujang Valley, the Avalokiteswara Statue, and the archaeological remains during Rajendra Chola Conquest on Kedah Kadaram in the 11th century and the Sriwijaya Empire are significant relics documenting their presence in the Malay kingdom.