Starting December 1, Malaysia plans to allow people from India and China to visit the country visa-free for up to 30 days.
This measure, announced by Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim, aims to boost tourism and the economy. While security checks will remain in place, Malaysia hopes to attract more visitors and increase spending. Similar policies are implemented in Sri Lanka, Vietnam and Thailand, making Malaysia the fourth country to do so.
The aim is to make it easier for tourists to come and spend money, helping Malaysia’s economy recover. Although there will be no visas, they will still monitor security to keep everyone safe. Malaysia wants more visitors to come, spend money and help the country’s economy grow.
This new rule coincides with what other countries are doing to encourage travel and trade. Malaysia wants to welcome tourists from India and China, hoping to boost its economy while ensuring everyone is safe. This plan should make Malaysia more attractive and help with its broader economic plans.