Malaysia has reopened its border with Singapore and is now open to unvaccinated visitors. This year, the country expects to attract 2 million visitors.
After two years of travel restrictions, Malaysia has reopened to both vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers. After retaining some of the region’s strictest travel restrictions, the government finally opened up to visitors. Malaysia had formerly banned the entry of the majority of foreign nationals. In addition, returning residents were subjected to quarantine. All of this is about to change.
With the reopening of Malaysia’s borders, a wide range of travellers can now visit the country. A water salute greeted a flight from Indonesia to Kuala Lumpur, which had 140 passengers on board.
Other neighbouring nations, including Singapore, Indonesia, and Thailand, have likewise lifted the majority of their travel restrictions. Malaysia has now reached the end of the endemic period. However, all travellers, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, must present negative PCR test results obtained 48 hours prior to departure.
Malaysia, with Kuala Lumpur as its capital, is a popular tourist destination in Asia. Following the lifting of travel restrictions, the government expects to welcome 2 million tourists this year.
Thousands of people were seen waiting up at immigration checkpoints as Malaysia reopened its land border with Singapore. Approximately 400000 individuals are expected to cross the Malaysia-Singapore border in the first week of reopening.
– India’s new age travel digital media