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  Malaysia Consulate General in Pontianak
  Updated on 8 May 2012

Konsulat Jenderal Malaysia di Pontianak

Hotel Mercure
Jl Jenderal Ahmad Yani
No. 91, Pontianak 78124
Kalimantan Barat, Indonesia

Tel : (62-561) 736 061 / 581 224
Fax: (62-561) 736 060



Indonesia passport holders do not need to apply for a visa for entering Malaysia and stay up to 30 days. Indonesian who plan to stay more than 30 days in Malaysia can apply for visa. A single entry tourist visa must be used within 90 days from the date of issuance and valid to remain in Malaysia for 60 days from the date of arrival.

Malaysian Consulate in Pontianak was established in 1982. Malaysia is the only one in the Diplomatic Representative Territory Kalimantan, Indonesia. Region under the jurisdiction Malaysian Consulate in Pontianak is across Kalimantan with a focus on West Kalimantan.

Malaysia Visa Information

Documents require for making Malaysia Visa:

International Passport valid for at least 6 months
Two passport-size photos
Two completed and signed application forms
Proof of sufficient funds (including original and photocopy of most recent bank statement).
Onward or return ticket or travel itinerary from travel agent.
Compulsory yellow fever vaccination certificate for all visitors coming from infected areas as listed by WHO.
Letter of introduction (and copy) from employer, college or university.

Malaysia Visa Validity

The permitted length of stay is entered on the visa at the time of issue and is at the discretion of the issuer. Normally 1 to 3 months from date of issue. Extensions are possible. Enquire at the Malaysian Embassy / High Commission for further details.

Important Immigration Notes

Remove your passport cover to facilitate immigration clearance.

Do not carry stuffs for other people (especially strangers!). If the stuffs are or contain dutiable, controlled or prohibited items, you will be held responsible (Not the other party). Under the Malaysia law, the penalty for the illegal importation of controlled drugs such as heroin or morphine is DEATH.

Under the Malaysia law, you will be required to open, unpack and pack your baggage when the immigration custom officer wishes to conduct an examination of your baggage. This is to give you full control over the entire proceeding such that you can determine the manner of the opening, unpacking and packing of your personal belongings. This would also prevent any unintentional damage to your baggage or belongings.







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