Back to Article List
| Updated on Jul 31, 2018

Malaysia visa for Sri Lankan

It is now more convenient to apply for evisas than ever. Most countries, including Malaysia, are already issuing one. Although only citizens of Bhutan, Bangladesh, China, India, Montenegro, Sri Lankan, Nepal, Pakistan, Serbia, and Sri Lankan have access to a Malaysia evisa, other countries will be joining the list gradually. For now, you still need to go to an embassy for your visa if you are from other country of origin.

Alt Text

There are two types of documents that permit Sri Lankan to apply online so keep that in mind. First to be discussed is the evisa, and the Malaysia eNTRI (electronic travel registration and information.) The Malaysia eNTRI was implemented to encourage tourism which permits a 15-day stay period for all travelers who hold an Indian or Chinese passport.

What documents do you need?

You just need to submit some documents to start applying online using iVisa’s services if you are eligible for a Malaysia evisa. Here is what you need to provide:

  • Passport – to apply for a Malaysia evisa, Sri Lankan needs a passport, which is pretty easy to get. If you already have a passport, you need to make sure that it keeps its validity for at least another 6 months from your date of arrival in Malaysia.

  • A passport photo – the photo you need has to meet all the criteria for a passport photo (white background, no face gestures, etc.)

  • A copy of your passport’s main page – that is where all the information is located.

  • Return flight ticket with e-ticket number – this requirement applies only to Indian citizens.

  • Travel itinerary

  • Proof of accommodation – a hotel confirmation or letter from a host should be more than enough.

  • Birth certificates for minors – only if you travel with your minor children.

  • E-mail address – iVisa will send you a copy of your visa via e-mail in PDF format, so make sure that you insert a valid address.

  • Accepted payments – you can either use a credit or a debit card. You can even pay through your PayPal account.

Processing time and visa fees

Visa types and the processing time will the service fee. iVisa created three amazing choices for your convenience. The choices below will cater to all Sri Lankan’s need and budget:

  • Standard processing – choosing this option means that your application will be processed within three business days for the cost of $65.70. It is the cheapest option you have for a 30-day visa.

  • Rush processing – this option will have your visa will be ready within just 2 business days, but you will be charged more. It costs $95.70.

  • Super Rush processing – if you want your application to be processed within just one business day you can use this option for $115.70. This option is perfect for urgent travels.

The cost of a 14-day visa is a bit lower. For eNTRI, Sri Lankan will be charged $46.50, $76.50, and $96.50 respectively. Serbian citizen application will be processed within 24 hours, 12 hours, and 1 hour respectively.

The application process is super simple and Sri Lankan can complete it under 20 minutes. The three steps are easy to accomplished, and you should have no issues with it. iVisa also provides excellent support if ever you will need assistance.

From date of issue, the Malaysia evisa is valid for 90 days. Sri Lankan are permitted to stay in Malaysia for maximum 30 days. On the other hand, eNTRI only allows 15 days. Both types allow a single entry. Keep in mind also that the Malaysia eNTRI is accepted only in selected points of entry. You can check out the list on iVisa’s website. For other points of entry, you need to get a consular visa.

Apply for a Malaysia Visa

Click here to apply for a Malaysia visa.

More articles about Malaysia

More Articles

Follow iVisa
Recent Posts
Where can I get a New Zealand visa in Mumbai?
Nov 2, 2018 / New-zealand, Visa
Where can I get a New Zealand visa in Jakarta?
Nov 2, 2018 / New-zealand, Visa
Where can I get a New Zealand visa in Bangkok?
Nov 2, 2018 / New-zealand, Visa
What are my New Zealand visa options?
Nov 2, 2018 / New-zealand, Visa
Visa Types
Malaysia Visa
Add Comment