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Malaysia Visa Requirements for Iran Citizens

Updated: May 13, 2024

Malaysia is a beautiful country in Southeast Asia with tall buildings, sandy beaches, rainforests, and good food. Iranian citizens can now easily visit Malaysia using an electronic visa called e-Visa.

What is Malaysia E-Visa?

The Malaysia e-Visa allows Iran passport holders to travel to Malaysia for tourism, business, medical care, or education. It is an online visa that lets you enter Malaysia one time and stay for 30 days.

Types of Malaysia E-Visas:

  1. Tourist e-Visa - For Iranian citizens visiting Malaysia as tourists
  2. Student e-Visa - For Iran students studying short-term in Malaysia
  3. Expatriate e-Visa - For Iran professionals working short-term in Malaysia
  4. Medical e-Visa - For Iranian citizens seeking medical care in Malaysia

Malaysia E-Visa for Iranian citizens

Malaysia E-Visa for Iranian citizens

Malaysia E-Visa Requirements for Iranian citizens

To apply for the Malaysia e-Visa, Iranian citizens need:

  1. Valid Iran passport - Must be valid for 6 more months with 2 blank pages
  2. Passport photo - A recent color photo with white background
  3. Return flight ticket - Showing you will exit Malaysia
  4. Additional documents - May be needed depending on your visit reason

How Iranian citizens Can Apply for Malaysia E-Visa

Applying for Malaysia e-Visa online is fast and easy in 4 steps:

Step 1: Fill online application form on the GVC website

Step 2: Pay visa fees by credit/debit card or PayPal

Step 3: Send us clear scans of passport, photo, and other documents

Step 4: Get e-Visa by email in 5-7 days after approval

How Iranian citizens can apply for Malaysia E-Visa

How Iranian citizens can apply for Malaysia E-Visa

Malaysia E-Visa Fees for Iranian Citizens

There are two fees for the Malaysia e-Visa:

  1. Government Fee - Set fee paid to Malaysia government
  2. Service Fee - Varies depending on processing time chosen

Processing Time Options:

  1. Standard (5-7 days)
  2. Urgent (2 days) - An additional fee
  3. Super Urgent (1 day) - Costs more money

Most Iranian citizens choose the Standard service.

Entering Malaysia with E-Visa

When you arrive in Malaysia, show immigration officers your:

  1. Printed e-Visa approval letter
  2. Your valid Iran passport

After checking, they will stamp your passport to let you enter Malaysia.

Top Destinations in Malaysia for Iranian Tourists:

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia's modern capital city with iconic landmarks like the Petronas Twin Towers, Batu Caves, and Central Market. Enjoy shopping at Bukit Bintang and sampling street food.

Langkawi - Beautiful island getaway with white sand beaches, tropical forests, cable car rides, waterfalls, and duty-free shopping. Relax or enjoy water sports and island hopping tours.

Penang - Historic island known as the "Pearl of the Orient" with a unique mix of Malay, Chinese, and Indian culture. Famous for street art, temples, colonial architecture, and food.

Malacca - Charming historical city and UNESCO World Heritage Site with remnants of Portuguese, Dutch and British rule. Explore sites like Stadthuys, Christ Church, and Jonker Street.

Cameron Highlands - Cool hill retreat in the tropical highlands with tea plantations, strawberry farms, hiking trails, flower gardens, and colonial bungalows.

Top destinations in Malaysia for Iranian tourists

Top destinations in Malaysia for Iranian tourists

Nasi Lemak - Fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf, served with sambal, fried chicken, peanuts, cucumber, and egg.

Laksa - Spicy and sour noodle soup with creamy coconut curry broth, tofu, fish cakes, shrimp, chicken, or seafood.

Roti Canai - Buttery flaky flatbread served with dhal or chicken curry for dipping.

Nasi Goreng - Spicy fried rice loaded with chicken, shrimp, vegetables, and a fried egg, popular street food.

Teh Tarik - Sweet hot milk tea drink pulled between two containers to aerate it.

Cendol - Shaved ice dessert with green rice flour jelly, red beans, coconut milk, and palm sugar syrup.

Asam Laksa - Sour and spicy fish broth with noodles garnished with pineapple, cucumber, mint, and torch ginger flower.

Now with the easy Malaysia e-Visa, Iranian citizens can visit beautiful Malaysia! You can see the Petronas Twin Towers, eat nasi lemak, and see wildlife on Borneo island. Apply now online to get your Malaysia e-Visa fast!

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