If you are traveling from Singapore to Malaysia, there are something to think about before booking and leaving for your trip. Namely, the documents you will need your flight and anything you should know during your stay. Keep reading below to find out everything you’ll need to enter Malaysia.
Visa – If you hold a valid Singapore passport then you enter Malaysia without a visa for up to 30 days. If you intend to stay longer, then you will need to apply for a visa.
Passport – Be sure to renew your passport if needed. Your name on your passport should be the same as in all of your other identification to avoid any problems during your trip. If you require a visa, then you need to be sure it matches the name on your passport. Minors may also be asked to identify themselves with passport or birth certificate.
If you intend to stay longer than 30 days in Malaysia, then you must prove that you have the finances to do so. This means having at least $500 USD / 643.73 Singapore Dollar / 1652.50 Malaysian Ringgit.
Be sure to always check the latest rules and regulations regarding travel to Malaysia to be sure these procedures are up to date.
Flights to Malaysia from Singapore can be obtained on major airlines such as Air Asia, JetStar, Lion air, Tiger Air, Singapore Airlines and Firefly, as well as others. Flights depart from major airports in Singapore and most will take you to the capital city of Kuala Lumpur.
To see all of your flying options, use a travel agency website, or flight deal website for your bookings.
Singapore and Malaysia are located in the same time zone, so you will not need to adjust your time settings for travel