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Malaysia Tourist Guideline

Guide for Travelers

Upon arrival, tourists or travelers are cordially welcomed by the Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD). To ensure that all visitors and travelers are comfortable and satisfied both before and after their visit to Malaysia, the RMCD is dedicated to offering outstanding, professional help.

Whether it be providing information on customs regulations or assisting with any queries, the RMCD aims to make the arrival process as smooth as possible. Their commitment to excellent customer service sets a positive tone for visitors' experiences in Malaysia.

This warm reception helps create a positive first impression of the country and sets the stage for a pleasant stay. The RMCD's dedication to assisting travelers reflects Malaysia's reputation for hospitality and friendliness.

Visitors entering or departing Malaysia are required to declare all taxable goods, prohibited items, cash amounts, and negotiable monetary instruments (NMIs) in their possession, whether carried or contained in any of their luggage or vehicles, under the provisions of the Customs Act 1967 (Amendment) 2019 and the Customs Regulations 2019.

Under the Customs Act of 1967, it is illegal to make a false declaration or to fail to declare something, and both will result in legal action. When visitors or travelers arrive in Malaysia, they are cordially welcomed by the Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD). The department is dedicated to providing top-notch, expert services to all visitors or travelers, making sure they are comfortable and satisfied both before and after they leave Malaysia.

The RMCD ensures that all visitors or travelers are aware of the customs regulations and guidelines to prevent any misunderstandings or legal issues during their stay in Malaysia. Additionally, the department also offers assistance and guidance to help visitors navigate through the customs process smoothly and efficiently.