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Indians To Get Visa-Free Entry In This Country Starting December 1, 2023


Starting from December 1, Malaysia will offer visa-free entry to citizens of China and India for up to 30 days, as announced by Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim during his People’s Justice Party congress on Sunday.

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The visa exemptions, valid until December 31, 2024, aim to boost tourism from these countries, which currently rank as Malaysia’s fourth- and fifth-largest sources of tourists.

The move follows similar measures implemented by other Asian countries, including China granting visa-free entry to Malaysians and several European nations.

Thailand, heavily reliant on tourism, has also exempted Chinese and Indian nationals, among others.

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