For holders of diplomatic and official passports:

Visa required.

For holders of national passports and other travel documents:

Visa required.


Visa is required for the holder of an emergency travel document in transit.


Starting from January 20, 2023, Malaysia introduced eVisa, i.e. electronic visa application.

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia applying for a Malaysian eVisa for the first time should register at: and follow further instructions when filling in the required fields. Those who already have registered accounts, can access via .
Below are the documents that need to be scanned and uploaded with your application.

  • Passport sized studio photo;
  • Passport biodata page with validity of at least more than 6 months from travel date;
  • Confirmed returned ticket if applicable;
  • Birth certificate for minor applicants;
  • Proof of paid accommodation;
  • Other supporting documents;
  • Letter of Invitation from a local entity (applicable for those who apply Multiple Entry Visa (MEV)).

Payment of consular and other fees is also done electronically (using cards).

Note that eVISA can be applied around the world EXCEPT Malaysia, Singapore, Israel and North Korea.

You are required to printout your eVISA, which will be sent in an A4 printout format via email. Kindly be reminded that your eVISA printout is crucial and must be presented upon your arrival at Malaysia entry checkpoints.

The following documents are required to be presented upon arrival in Malaysia entry check-points:

  • Valid passport / travel document;
  • Valid eVISA printout (eVISA Note);
  • Boarding pass/ticket/arrival pass if applicable;
  • Sufficient funds (Cash / Traveler’s Cheque / Debit or Credit Cards / e-Wallets recognized by Malaysian Government) to cover your expenses during your stay in Malaysia;
  • Confirmed returned ticket if applicable;
  • Proof of paid accommodation; and
  • Other supporting documents

Bearing in mind that a significant number of Serbian citizens is transiting through the airport in Kuala Lumpur, we draw attention to the following:

  • You cannot apply for eVisa in Malaysia, Singapore, Israel and North Korea
  • All passengers when planning their trip, before buying tickets, should check whether they are leaving the transit zone of the airport. In such case, a Malaysian visa is required and the trip will not be able to continue, since applying for an eVisa is not possible from within Malaysia.

On following link, you can find more information about eVisa: .

Furthermore, starting from December 1, 2023, Malaysia introduced the obligation of electronic registration of all travelers coming to Malaysia. Registration must be done three days before the planned arrival in Malaysia via the following link:

No social security agreement has been concluded.


TRANSPORT – The largest airport in Malaysia is in Kuala Lumpur.

OTHER INFORMATION – The national currency is the Malaysian ringgit (1 euro was worth about 4.81 ringgits in February 2021).
Tourist information is available at:

Contact information
During your stay in Malaysia, for consular assistance and protection, you may contact the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Jakarta (Indonesia), which covers Malaysia on a non-residential basis, at the following numbers: +00 6221 31 43 560, 00 6221 31 43 720 and e-mail address: