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Frequently Asked Questions

Below you’ll find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions. We are constantly adding most asked question to this page so if you have a question and don’t see your answer, don’t hesitate to email us at

The Malaysia eVisa for Chinese passport holders is valid for 90 days from the date of acceptance, and the holder can spend up to 30 days in Malaysia at any time during this period. Chinese citizens cannot extend their electronic visas to enter Malaysia.

Once Chinese visitors visiting Malaysia have obtained the requisite documents, the application process for the Malaysia eVisa is simple. Applicants must complete the following steps:

  • Provide some basic personal information as well as passport information.
  • Please include any supporting documentation.
  • Pay the electronic visa processing charge for Malaysia.

After successfully applying for a Malaysian eVisa from China, the usual application processing period is one business day, while processing can sometimes take up to three working days. Visitors are recommended to apply for visas well in advance to avoid any unexpected delays or denials if there are any flaws or inaccuracies in the information submitted.

The eVisa Malaysia application process is faster and more convenient than a regular visa application because it may be completed entirely online. Chinese travellers using Malaysia's eVisa:

  • Visits and appointments to diplomatic missions should be avoided.
  • They can obtain their travel permit by email.
  • Only digital copies via an electronic form are required.
  • Can obtain a digital link between their Chinese passport and the eVisa

While extending or renewing an eVisa Malaysia for Chinese passport holders is not feasible, Chinese travellers with an expired eVisa can apply for a new one through the same online process.

The Malaysian tourist visa for Chinese citizens is a travel document that permits them to visit Malaysia for up to 30 days. A single-entry visa allows you to enter and exit Malaysia once through any of the country's entry points. The Malaysian Immigration Department implemented this new visa policy to make it easier for Chinese tourists to visit Malaysia.

An eNTRI Note can be received by registering with eNTRI. Applicants can print the eNTRI Note immediately after completing registration.

All PRC Chinese nationals in China, as well as expats living worldwide.

The eNTRI Note is valid for a single trip into Malaysia for up to 15 days for tourism reasons only.

eNTRI is exclusively available through our website. Apply eNTRI Visa For Chinese

Yes, the Malaysian government owns the entire system. All information received during the eNTRI registration procedure is stored in a highly secure environment by Malaysian laws as outlined in the Personal Data Protection Act 2010.

There will be no refunds for any unused eNTRI.

There will be reimbursements for any eNTRI duplicate payments.