Safe Travel Malaysia
Updates on Travel Restriction by National Security Council. The National Security Council (MKN) on 7 May 2021 decided all travellers from Singapore are only allowed to apply through this OSC platform to enter Malaysia effective 13 May 2021. Read More. May 11, 2021.
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Malaysia's Safe Travel Portal For Business Travellers Goes
(1 days ago) Malaysia’s Safe Travel Portal For Business Travellers Goes Live “Welcoming Investors, Keeping You Safe” Kuala Lumpur, 3 March 2021 – The Malaysian government is very ‘pro-business’ and welcomes the entry of business travellers to carry out business operations amid the pandemic.In this regard, Malaysia’s Safe Travel portal which contains information and advisory services to
Malaysia’s Safe Travel Portal welcomes business travellers
(2 days ago) Malaysia’s Safe Travel Portal welcomes business travellers. 03 Mar 2021. KUALA LUMPUR: The government is welcoming business travellers with the launch of Malaysia’s Safe Travel portal which is designed to facilitate the entry of business travellers into the country.
FAQ – Safe Travel Malaysia
(5 days ago) Inter-state travel is allowed in Malaysia. However, the details of these visits (location of site visits, accommodation and meeting venues near the site, date, time, estimated number of persons attending) must be specified in the detailed itinerary submitted to the One Stop Centre prior to arrival in Malaysia.
Short Term Business Travellers – Guidelines – Safe Travel
(6 days ago) Computer-generated laboratory test result with pre-departure travel memo (Download template of pre-departure travel memo) These travellers will not undergo the mandatory quarantine period, but will be tested again upon arrival at the Business Travellers Centre. They will have to bear all related costs.
One Stop Centre – Safe Travel Malaysia
(9 days ago) Travel processes will be frequently updated in response to the evolving pandemic situation. Hence, a One Stop Centre (OSC) was established to ease the movement of business travellers by expediting the approval of their entry to do business in Malaysia, while prioritising public health, livelihoods and economic sustainability.
Business Travellers Centre – Safe Travel Malaysia
(8 days ago) Short-term business travellers will be greeted by a Government-appointed Duty Officer to usher them towards the Business Travellers Centre which is located at Gate C36, before the Immigration Counter at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).
PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES FOR THE
(Just Now) travel arrangements: It is compulsory for Business Travellers to undertake the PCR COVID-19 Test at any accredited lab within three (3) days prior to departure from home country and obtain a certificate of having tested negative. Business travellers will be required to show that they have been tested
Short Term Stay – Safe Travel Malaysia
(4 days ago) Short Term Stay – Safe Travel Malaysia. Short Term Stay Malaysia is gradually reopening its borders to facilitate business and official trips with strict health protocols and border entry requirements in place. Business travellers who enter and stay in the country for a period of 14 days or less, from the date of arrival at the Kuala Lumpur
Social Visit Pass Holders (15-90 days) – Safe Travel Malaysia
(Just Now) Overview. This category refers to business travellers with a Social Visit Pass that is valid for a duration of 15 days up to a maximum of either 30, 60 or 90 days according to the respective countries. Malaysia has set up a fast track approval mechanism to expedite the entry of business travellers into Malaysia.
ONE STOP CENTRE (OSC) FOR BUSINESS TRAVELLERS
(2 days ago) ONE STOP CENTRE (OSC) FOR BUSINESS TRAVELLERS. Guide on Application for Entry Permission . In efforts to balance public health, livelihoods and economic sustainability, a One Stop Centre (OSC) has been set up by the Malaysian Government effective 2nd October 2020 to ease the movement of business travellers by expediting the approval of their entry to do business in Malaysia.
(1 days ago) A visa is an endorsement in a passport or other recognised travel document of a foreigner indicating that the holder has applied for permission to enter Malaysia and that permission has been granted. Foreign nationals who require a visa to enter Malaysia must apply and obtain a visa in advance at any Malaysian Representative Office abroad
Contact Us – Safe Travel Malaysia
(2 days ago) For enquiries on the status of your application, please visit MyEntry: Check Status or MyTravelPass:Check Status. Email: [email protected]gov.my. Phone: +603-2267 3633/3607. Location: Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) OSC Secretariat (Industry Talent Management and Expatriate Division) Level 20, MIDA Sentral. No. 5, Jalan Stesen
MIDA’s One Stop Centre (OSC) enables seamless journey for
(9 days ago) The centre assumes a vital role in ensuring that Malaysia remains an attractive investment destination for foreign businesses The Covid-19 pandemic has affected business travel worldwide as governments restricted travels, forcing investors and technical executives to work remotely. To mitigate the impact, the Government of Malaysia set up its One Stop Centre (OSC) initiative to […]
Smart Tourism: Future of Tourism in Malaysia
(8 days ago) Tourism is the third-largest contributor to Malaysia’s GDP, after the manufacturing and commodities sectors. In 2019, the sector contributed about 15.9 per cent to the total GDP. In the last few years before the outbreak of COVID-19, the tourism industry in Southeast Asia had experienced a significant growth phase, and Malaysia launched the “Visit Truly Asia Malaysia 2020” campaign with
Hospitality (Hotels and Tourism)
(5 days ago) Malaysia continues to garner industry accolades, winning Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Gold Award 2020. In addition, Putrajaya, Penang & Kota Kinabalu won the Asean Clean Tourist City Standard Award (ACTCSA) during the ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF), Brunei 2020 (Source: Tourism Malaysia).
PM calls for ASEAN-China travel bubble, strengthening of
(1 days ago) PM calls for ASEAN-China travel bubble, strengthening of RCEP to boost regional economic recovery. 10 Sep 2021. The collaboration between ASEAN and China can be further boosted for economic recovery from the pandemic by intensifying open trade and investment, strengthening the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and focusing on cross-border “travel bubble”, the …
Malaysia's medical tourism sector seeing signs of growth
(Just Now) PHKL had been expecting a rise in healthcare visitor arrivals this year as the government had initially promoted 2020 as Malaysia Year of Healthcare Travel, alongside Visit Malaysia Year 2020. However, the COVID-19 outbreak threw a spanner in the works, resulting in downturns in many industries and business sectors, including healthcare tourism
(4 days ago) Malaysia has become a leading choice for foreign patients seeking healthcare treatment abroad supported by the numerous international awards including the latest edition of ‘Medical Travel Destination of the Year’ by the International Medical Travel Journal (IMTJ) Medical Travel Awards 2020.
LETTER OF UNDERTAKING AND INDEMNITY
(5 days ago) valid and subsisting travel and/or health insurance to cover all types of illnesses prior to my departure to Malaysia. 4. If I am unable to make the payment as stipulated in paragraph 3, my next of kin or representative including sponsor i.e. company registered in Malaysia / Headquarter of the respective country, as named in paragraph 7 below
Download – Safe Travel Malaysia
(Just Now) Download. Checklist for Long-term Business Travellers. Download. Health Declaration Form from the Ministry of Health, Malaysia. Download. Template of pre-departure travel memo on PCR COVID-19 test result. Download. List of Designated Premium Hotels for …
Malaysia receives regional healthcare recognition
(4 days ago) Malaysia continues to make waves as a healthcare destination by securing 26 awards at the Global Health Asia Pacific Awards 2020. The country was commended for its excellent management of the Covid-19 pandemic and leadership in the healthcare sector, while private healthcare institutions were acknowledged for continued medical and service excellence. Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council […]
Welcoming Investors, Keeping Malaysia Safe
(Just Now) Welcoming Investors, Keeping Malaysia Safe. Kuala Lumpur, 8 October 2020 – In line with the Government’s commitment to further cement the country’s position as a preferred destination for FDIs, the Government has decided to establish a One-Stop-Centre (OSC) at the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA).The OSC will evaluate and approve applications by eligible business
Govt determined to open Malaysia’s economy
(6 days ago) “At the regional level, the formation of the Asean Travel Corridor Arrangement through the Asean Declaration will help facilitate intra-Asean travel, which could be used to reactivate trades, tourism activities and other related services that have been affected by the pandemic,” he said.
Setting Up Business
(3 days ago) All persons entering Malaysia must possess valid national passports or other internationally recognised Travel Documents valid for travelling to Malaysia. Employment of Workers. Foreign workers can be employed in the manufacturing, construction, plantation, agricultural, services and domestic help sectors. Harmonious Industrial Relations
RMK12 should build on aerospace industry's strong
(4 days ago) The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects global travel to return to pre-pandemic levels between 2023 and 2024 with regional travel being a driver. Following the increase in air travel, global original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are expecting the commercial aircraft market to gradually recover between 2023 and 2025.
MAHB partners Maxis to set up Malaysia’s first 5G digital
(9 days ago) MAHB and Maxis will also jointly develop “smart retail” as well as “smart travel and tourism” solutions that will provide an unmatched personalised experience for passengers. “This includes building a ‘tourist hub’ platform for passengers to have centralised access to travel guides, promotions and offers,” they said. Source: Bernama
Malaysia Airlines and MIDA Partners to Support Business
(2 days ago) When flying with the airline, passengers are reassured knowing that all precautions are instituted to ensure that you can travel confidently. As the nation gears up and waits potentially for the return of international travel, Malaysia Airlines stands ready to serve, particularly with our extensive and unique corporate travel programs to ensure that your business travel goes smoothly.
Stronger comeback for Malaysia's medical tourism sector
(4 days ago) Experts believe that the sector will come back bigger – and most importantly, better – after the pandemic. Medical tourism, an industry that is heavily reliant on international travel, has certainly been badly affected by Covid-19. But experts still believe that the sector will come back bigger – and most importantly, better – after the […]
Strengthening Malaysia’s International Trade in Services
(3 days ago) Traditionally, Malaysia’s services exports are highly concentrated in the travel industry. Hence, the improvements of Malaysia’s export of services in 2019 was contributed by favourable performance in air transport, given the increase of international air passengers due to the expansion of low-cost carriers and direct flights to
Internet usage in Malaysia spikes as Covid-19 pushes more
(2 days ago) The report related that since Malaysia’s internet economy peaked in 2018, funding for unicorns in mature sectors (e-commerce, transport & food, travel, and media) has slowed. It found that platforms are now refocusing on their core business to prioritise a path to profitability, and are addressing consumers’ broad range of needs through
Announcement/ Media Release
(8 days ago) Malaysia’s Safe Travel Portal For Business Travellers Goes Live. Read More. 02 Mar 2021. Malaysia Records RM164 Billion of Total Approved Investments In 2020 Amid Global Pandemic. Read More. 02 Mar 2021. Malaysia Welcomes the Largest Paperboard Producer in Asia – Nine Dragons Paper to Invest RM5.4 Billion in Malaysia.
A Laud to Malaysia’s Health Tourism
(9 days ago) Celebrating outstanding achievements in the medical travel, medical tourism and health tourism industry worldwide, this reputable accolade attests to Malaysia’s reputation as a top international medical tourism destination. Several private Malaysian healthcare institutions also secured wins at the prestigious event.
DexCom to begin construction of facility in early February
(1 days ago) DexCom, Inc. will begin construction of its manufacturing facility on a 28-acre (11.33-hectare) site in the Batu Kawan Industrial Park, Penang in early February 2021 after missing its initial target of the second half (2H) of last year. The delay was caused by the movement control order (MCO) and cross-border travel restrictions, said Datuk Datuk […]
Malaysia ranks first again in global Muslim travel index
(8 days ago) Contactless travel The GMTI 2021 also noted some shift in travel preferences due to the pandemic. One such change is the rise of “contactless travel”. It’s a trend that is here to stay moving forward in a post-pandemic environment, said Mastercard division president (Southeast Asia …
KLIA, Langkawi Airport get top ranking in airport survey
(Just Now) “Despite the continued interstate travel ban, border closure, and stricter travel restrictions around the region following new outbreak of cases, the marginal increase is a positive break for MAHB following the recent government announcement allowing flexibility for those fully vaccinated to travel interstate as well as the reopening of
FAQ COVID-19 Accordion
(1 days ago) However, interstate travel is subject to the security and health protocols as determined by MKN, PDRM and Ministry of Health. Research & Development. Does R&D apply to commercial laboratories only or also include in-house R&D? It applies to both commercial and in-house laboratories.
Malaysia calls for cohesive economic measures among ASEAN
(Just Now) “Further, promoting intra-ASEAN travel and tourism will in turn generate the commercial and business spin-offs that are key to restarting the economy,” MITI said. On that note, Malaysia shared the view of the Sultan of Brunei and President of Indonesia that ASEAN officials should begin work on establishing an ASEAN travel bubble and to
The hospitality industry in the ASEAN region may recover
(5 days ago) The hospitality industry in the ASEAN region may recover in 2022 with aggressive vaccination, allowing for more businesses such as travel and tourism, lodging, food and beverage, and recreation to re-open. AirAsia Malaysia chief executive officer (CEO) Riad Asmat believes a full recovery in travel demand is possible by the end of 2022. With the […]
UK wants to strengthen trade and investment ties with
(9 days ago) The High Commissioner said when global travel became increasingly restrictive, his office immediately shifted into gear to advise British travellers to return to the UK while they still could. “We had to engage stakeholders at all levels on important issues affecting our mutual interests.
ADB maintains Malaysia's 2021 growth outlook at 6.5%
(5 days ago) The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has maintained its gross domestic product (GDP) forecast of 6.5% for Malaysia next year in its September update, but downgraded 2020 growth rate to -5% from -4% previously. “The economy will continue to be dragged down by the adverse effects of the pandemic on consumption, exports, and investment. Measures to […]