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“Malaysia Opens Doors to Indian and Chinese Citizens with Visa-Free Entry Starting December 1”

Malaysia is set to waive entry visa requirements for citizens of India and China, starting from December 1, as announced by Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim. According to Anwar, Chinese and Indian nationals will be granted a visa-free stay of up to 30 days, contingent upon undergoing security screening. This strategic decision aims to boost tourist arrivals and subsequent spending, thereby contributing to Malaysia’s economic growth.

Anwar, speaking at the annual congress of his People’s Justice Party in Putrajaya, emphasised plans to enhance visa facilities in the coming year to actively attract tourists and investors, particularly from India and China. In a reciprocal move, China recently declared that citizens from six countries, including Malaysia, will be permitted to enter China without a visa. This reciprocal arrangement takes effect from December 1 and extends until November 30 of the following year, allowing individuals from these nations, for leisure, business, and family purposes, to stay in China for up to 15 days without a visa. This bilateral visa exemption is poised to facilitate smoother travel and strengthen diplomatic and economic ties between the countries involved.

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