Malaysia Visit Visa Requirements for Pakistani Citizen


  • Original Passport    { Validity At least 9 Months }
  • 04 Pictures with White Background  { 35mm x 50mm }
  • CNIC Photo Copy
  • Last Six Month Bank Statement 
  • Bank Accounts Maintenance Letter  
  • Visa Request Letter
  • NTN  { National Tax No.}     (If Applicable )
  • Return Air Ticket  
Malaysia Sticker Visa Fee :          13500 /Pkr

Embassy Fee :                                   12500 /Pkr

Service Charges  :                            1000   /Pkr

Visa Validity :                                                     3 Months  

Duration Of Stay :                                             1 Months  { Visa Is Extendable In Malaysia }

Processing Time :                                              10-15 Working Days

NOTE :  In Case Of  Visa  Refuse / Rejection  Fee and Services Charges Will Not Be Refundable


                                                               Malaysia E- Visa Fee      9500 /- Pkr 

Malaysia E-Visa  Requirements 

  • Passport 1st & 2nd Page Scan Copy   { Validity At least 9 Months }                             
  • 04 Pictures with White Background  { 35mm x 50mm }
  • CNIC Photo Copy
  • Last Six Month Bank Statement 
  • Bank Accounts Maintenance Letter  
  • Visa Request Letter
  • NTN  { National Tax No.}     (If Applicable )
  • Return Air Ticket  (for E-Visa only )


Visa Validity :                                                     3 Months  

Duration Of Stay :                                             1 Months { E-Visa Not Extendable In Malaysia }

Processing Time :                                              48 Hours

  • NOTE : All Documents Required In Scan Copy Through E-Mail. In Case Of  Visa  Refuse / Rejection  Fee and Services                           Charges Will Not Be Refundable


Malaysia is a Southeast Asian Islamic country occupying parts of the Malay Peninsula and the island of Borneo. It’s known for its beaches, rain forests and mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European cultural influences. 

The estimated population of Malaysia in 2018 is 32.4 million as compared to 32.0 million in 2017 with an annual population growth rate of 1.1 percent.Malaysia, located in Southeast Asia, is a fascinating country comprised of two noncontiguous areas which are mostly part of larger islands and separated by about 640 kilometers of the South China Sea. Altogether, Malaysia is roughly 128,000 square kilometers.

Top Places To Visit In Malaysia

Kaula lumpur Is capital of malaysia.You’ll most likely fly into Kuala Lumpur when traveling to Malaysia, so this one’s a no-brainer. But unlike some other big cities in Asia where travelers arrive and get out of town as soon as possible, Kuala Lumpur is a worthwhile destination of its own.

The mix of Malay, Chinese, and Indian influence means you’ll have no shortage of culinary exploits in Malaysia’s capital city. The cultural diversity is a big part of KL’s allure. Take a short walk or jump on the extensive train network and you can see the delights of numerous cultures.

Kuala Lumpur has no shortage of unique neighborhoods to explore. Interesting sights such as the Petronas Towers, the Perdana Lake Gardens, and the Menara KL Tower provide plenty of enjoyable distractions before you head farther afield in Malaysia.


  • Genting Highlands

Genting Highlands is a cool hill station set amidst the cool mountain air and a majestic 100 million-year-old rainforest. Just 45 minutes away from KL City, it offers indoor and outdoor theme parks, an 18-hole golf course, a casino, and Malaysia’s biggest strawberry farm, all of which are set amidst a majestic 100 million-year-old rainforest. Genting Highlands is also perfect for adventure enthusiasts as activities such as abseiling, indoor rock climbing and flying fox activities are available. If you’re looking to escape the hurly-burly of city life for a weekend or more, Genting Highlands features plenty of three and five-star properties with an array of onsite eateries, facilities, impeccable service and spacious guestrooms with breathtaking mountain views. From where to stay and dine to the best attractions and activities, this section is dedicated to everything you need to know about Genting Highlands.

The best attractions in Langkawi make the most of the natural landscapes, expansive parks, and iconic structures that no first-time visitor should skip on their travel itinerary. As one of Malaysia’s best-known and most popular beach destinations, the massive island is home to historical attractions, great fare, excellent diving opportunities, exciting nightlife and dirt-cheap shopping. Langkawi’s pristine beaches – namely Datai Bay, Pantai Cenang, and Tanjung Rhu – are also rated among the best in the world while vast roads provide easy access to its vibrant beach towns. Due to the size of the island, Langkawi’s best attractions are best explored by rented vehicle. There are a few sights that you definitely need to check out before leaving this island, so check out our comprehensive list of the most popular Langkawi attractions.

Malaysians are proud of their big island on the west coast — and they should be! The colonial city of Georgetown was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has plenty to offer in the way of museums, a seaside fort, historic homes, and most importantly, a famous street-food scene.

Numerous artists have left their marks in the form of murals along the streets of Georgetown. Cafes, shops, and things to do can be found dotted throughout.

Penang is considered one of the best places in Southeast Asia to sample delicious street food of all types. The waterfront esplanade known as Gurney Drive in Penang is lined with stalls and eateries for trying local Malay, Chinese, and Indian treats, among others.

Malaysia’s green Cameron Highlands are one of the few places in Southeast Asia where you’ll actually want a jacket or warm blanket at night. After sweating across tropical climates, you may appreciate the change of climate.

The Cameron Highlands are like nowhere else in Malaysia. You’ll see plenty of lush scenery, tour beautiful tea plantations, and enjoy access to decent hiking trails that weave through plantations and around volcanoes.

Strawberry farms, butterfly gardens, and flower greenhouses are all enjoyable distractions to be found in the Cameron Highlands. The climate provides good conditions for growing fresh vegetables and producing delicious local honey.

Located on Malaysia’s east coast not too far from Singapore, Tioman Island is a different kind of island destination. Accommodation and excellent diving are surprisingly inexpensive; development is relatively minimal for such a nice island. Abundant nature and scenery make up for the island’s severe shortcomings in the culinary department.

Tioman is carved into many different beaches; you’ll have to choose when arriving by boat. Some beaches are secluded and surrounded by jungle. ABC Beach is arguably the most popular beach, particularly for budget travelers. Moving between beaches by boat is the regular option, unless you’re up for a jungle hike through the interior.




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ADDRESS  :  Plot No. 144-150 Street No. 17 ,Sector G-5, Diplomatic Enclave 

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PHONE       :  (92 51) 2072900

FAX              :  (92 51) 2833210


Is Malaysia safe for tourist ?

Malaysia is a relatively safe country. … As most countries, there are areas that are recommended to avoid.

Is Malaysia expensive to visit for tourist ?

A holiday trip to Malaysia is generally not expensive.Hotels are relatively cheap, but considering the fact that most tourists stay in

Malaysia for 2 to 3 weeks the eventual costs may turn out fairly high.

Can you wear shorts in Malaysia ?   

It is preferable to wear pants in Kuala Lumpur, it is fine to wear skirts and shorts. Just don’t wear “short shorts” or mini skirts.

Is Malaysia Safe For females & Families ?

Yes, Malaysia Is generally safe place for both for family & females.A woman can travel alone in malaysia/kuala lumpur. 

Can you Drink alcohol in malaysia ?

Malaysia is a muslim country. Therefore, alcohol is generally prohibited for muslim consumers.

Is Malaysia a cheap or expensive country to travel?

Yes, malaysia is one of the cheap country in asian region.

Is Malaysia a cheaper than Thailand ?

No, Malaysia is not cheaper than thailand.Thailand still offer superb value for money.

What kind of foods available in malaysia for tourist ?

Malaysia is place where you can find food for almost every culture. Like malay food , thaifood, chines food , japan’s food ,

pakistani food , indian food & specially fast food.


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