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Denmark ETIAS for Malaysian citizens
3 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

For Malaysian citizens planning a trip to Denmark, the upcoming Denmark ETIAS will be an essential part of your travel preparations.

The new ETIAS system adds an extra step to your travel plans. We focus on making this new requirement less overwhelming. Our role is to simplify what might seem like a challenging process. We take care of the technicalities, allowing you to concentrate on the exciting aspects of your trip.

Let us take care of the administrative side, so your Danish journey remains as enjoyable as you've dreamed it would be. Soon you’ll be walking through the charming old town of Ribe, exploring the interactive museums in Odense, or experiencing the unique atmosphere of Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens.

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Do Malaysian citizens need a Denmark ETIAS?

Malaysian citizens currently enjoy the privilege of visa-free access to Denmark, along with other Schengen Zone countries, EFTA nations, and certain European microstates, including Bulgaria, Cyprus, and Romania.

But there's an update coming up. From mid-2025, Malaysians planning short stays in Denmark, whether for leisure, business, transit, or medical reasons, will need to apply for a Denmark ETIAS.

The ETIAS, or European Travel Information and Authorization System, was unveiled in 2016 with the goal of increasing security within the Schengen Area. Previously, travelers from visa-exempt countries, including Malaysia, could enter these destinations using only their passports, which limited the amount of background information available. The ETIAS changes this by adding a detailed pre-travel screening process, enhancing both safety and oversight.

Remember, the ETIAS is not a visa. It's a travel authorization system similar to the US ESTA and the Canada eTA, designed to maintain security while making travel more efficient.

One significant advantage of the Denmark ETIAS is its all-encompassing scope. With just one ETIAS authorization, Malaysian travelers can access all countries that participate in the ETIAS system. This makes planning a trip across Europe more convenient, as the Denmark ETIAS acts as your single authorization for multiple countries.

To see all the destinations you can visit with your Denmark ETIAS, check out this map:

How to get a Denmark ETIAS from Malaysia with us

Securing your Denmark ETIAS from Malaysia is more accessible with us. Our service focuses on providing a simple yet effective approach to the application process.

Here's how you can apply for your ETIAS through our platform when it becomes available:

  • Step 1 - Fill out the form with your basic personal details and travel information on our website or [mobile app]. Choose your processing time and complete the payment.

  • Step 2 - Complete the rest of the ETIAS application form and upload all the required documents.

  • Step 3 - Submit the form and wait for the confirmation email.

Once your ETIAS authorization is ready, it's wise to keep a printed copy and also save one on your phone. Having these documents readily available can help ensure a smoother experience at airports and during border checks.

Is there a Danish embassy in Malaysia?

Denmark does not have an embassy in Malaysia. However, the Danish Embassy in Indonesia is accredited to Malaysia. You can reach out to them or the Danish consulates in Malaysia for consular assistance.

Danish Embassy in Jakarta

Address: Menara Rajawali, 25th Floor, Mega Kuningan Lot 5.1, 12950, Indonesia.

Phone: +62 21 866 55100.

Danish Honorary Consul in Kota Kinabalu

Address: Kampung Melawa, 14.5km Jalan Sepangar Bay, 88450, Malaysia.

Phone: +60 88 483 8883.

Danish Honorary Consul in Penang

Address: 29 Green Hall, 10200, Malaysia.

Phone: +60 19 410 3443.

Danish Honorary Consul in Kuching

Address: 45 Jalan Kumpang, 93200 , Malaysia.

Phone: +60 82 243 752.

Danish Honorary Consul in Kuala Lumpur

Address: 4United Plantations Berhad Lot 3.2, 3rd floor Wisma Concorde No. 2 Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250, Malaysia.

Phone: +60 32 026 7220.

Contact us

If you have any questions or need further information about the ETIAS or the Denmark visa for Malaysia passport holders, you can reach out to our customer service team. Contact us via online chat or by email at [email protected].

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