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Find Your Destination Rules
If you plan to travel soon, you can check the travel information for your destinations on this page. Information is sourced from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) or government-issued advisories.
Entry requirements may change at short notice. Passengers are advised to check the latest travel information below or through the relevant local authorities before your trip.
Travellers arriving in or leaving Malaysia must declare all dutiable and prohibited goods as well as currencies or other monetary instruments of a total amount exceeding USD 10,000 in their possession.
Travellers must fill up customs declaration forms (Customs Form No 7) available at the Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) counter at the departure and arrival level and submit the completed form to the duty officer of customs.
This requirement follows the latest directive from the Civil Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) and the Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD). The declaration of Customs Form No. 7 (K7) is a requirement under Section 103 of the Customs Act 1967 under the following legal provisions:
- Section 103, Custom Act 1967
“103. (1) Notwithstanding anything in this Act contained, every passenger or other person arriving in or leaving Malaysia shall declare all dutiable or prohibited goods in his possession, either on his person or in any baggage or in any vehicle, to the proper officer of customs”; and
- Regulation no. 55, Customs Regulation 2019
“55. (1) every traveller or other person arriving in or leaving Malaysia shall declare in Form Customs No.7 in the Third Schedule”.
For detailed information, please refer to the following links:
All non-Australian travellers are advised to apply for their visa at least four weeks before their intended travel date to avoid disruptions.
Travellers must apply for their Electronic Travel Authority (ETA), an electronically stored authority equivalent to a visa via the AustralianETA mobile app.
Please search the info using the Travel Requirements widget above or visit Covid-19 Masuk dan Keluar Wilayah Indonesia for more info.
All passengers entering Indonesia are now required to complete the Electronic Customs Declaration (E-CD) by scanning a QR code or accessing the form at Official Website Direktorat Jenderal Bea dan Cukai.
Please search the info using the Travel Requirements widget above or visit Official Gazette of the Republic of Philppines for more info.