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Malaysia’s authorities have confirmed that the Malaysia’s Recovery Movement Control Order will remain in place until 31st December 2020.

To travel to Malaysia, you will need a ‘Letter of Undertaking and Indemnity’ approved by the nearest Malaysian diplomatic mission. Malaysia remains closed to leisure travellers.

If you’re allowed to enter Malaysia, you must undertake mandatory 14-day quarantine at your own cost. Additional entry requirements, including Covid-19 testing and possible quarantine, are in place for travel from Sabah or Labuan to Sarawak.

Authorities have also confirmed that all non-citizens visiting Malaysia must pay MYR4,700 (USD1,157) on arrival to cover the cost of the mandatory 14-day hotel quarantine. They will need to download the MySejahtera app.