2) Email the LoU to High Commission of Malaysia in Singapore at firstname.lastname@example.org three (3) days before travel date. In the email, please state your name, passport and date of travel (and your dependants as well). *for those who travel on 24, 25 and 26 July 2020, please email the LoU today.
3) If a child is 18 years of age and above, he/she must sign a separate LoU. Wife/husband and father/mother is also required to sign a separate LoU.
4) Travel Note will be issued by the High Commission of Malaysia in Singapore via email to the applicant.
5) Present the Travel Note to airlines / Immigration Malaysia (before travel and upon arrival).
*Please note that the Travel Note is NOT A GUARANTEE LETTER TO ENTER MALAYSIA. It is only an agreement to bear the cost of quarantine at the quarantine centre. Entry to Malaysia is still subject to the immigration rules and regulations which can be referred to the Immigration Department website at www.imi.gov.my or +603-8888 2010.
6) Don’t forget to download the MySejahtera apps.
7) It is not compulsory to do the COVID-19 swab test three (3) days before travel as well as the Fit to Travel letter. Swab test will be done once you arrived in Malaysia.
8) For swab test and quarantine procedure in Malaysia, please refer to the attached flow chart.
Singapore Residents love shopping in Johor Bahru. You may want to find out where you want to go beside the favourite haunts of City Square and KSL City.
If there’s one thing that attracts Singaporeans the most to JB, it’s the shopping malls. Everything’s just so much cheaper there, and there are so many quirky and fun things to do. We’ve gone and scoured for
It is our family Johor Day Trip on a light drizzling Friday. W3 wanted to avoid the weekend crowd and jams expected at the check points. It took us an hour to clear both the check points in the morning.
The above are some of the good food we enjoyed at prices we can never get in Singapore.
The exhibiton of Marvel Super Heroes at Johor City Square.
JCO donuts at S$0.80 per piece. It is just like getting it from your local bakery store. The trick is buy after 6PM, as the second box is 50% off the retail price.
The security at Singapore are tighter. The custom now check your car boot before you endorsed your passport. I saw the officer asking the lady for the receipt of her bargain hunts. Watch out your shopping spree to avoid the GST levy imposed on you if it is above the limits, you know what I meant.
Singapore motorist had to register their vehicles with the Malaysia Road Transport. The registration is open at all the counters at Woodlands and Tuas check points. In addition, you are encourage to register online at the following:
It cost RM $10 and is valid for 5 years. You will be given a radio frequency RFID tag. You will need this tag by Sept 1 when the scheme is roll out. You will be deny entry and need to register at the counters if you failed to do so. The vehicle entry permit (VEP) is granted free of charge from Sept 1 to Sept 30.
From 1 Oct 2015, the VEP will cost you RM$20 to enter Malaysia. This only applies to foreign registered vehicles. Singapore border is the phase 1 where the VEP is roll out. It will be extend to the Thailand border in the phase 2 program.
This is one of the most popular snacks from Penang. It is the Tambun Biscuits and sometimes called the Dragon Balls also. Purchasing them IN Penang means they are freshly made. A perfect gifts for your friends and relatives.
Tambun Biscuit Outlet
Chuan Pengam Heang
8-C-G, Jalan Rumbia(Opposite Bukit Jambul Complex)
Sungai Nibong Kecil, 11900 Penang
Enjoy late night shopping at First World Plaza at Resort World Genting. It is happening now till the Last Day of 2012. The First World Plaza is located just below the First World Hotel. Families from Singapore and Malaysia loved to stay at the First World Hotel.
The First World Plaza is open from 10am to 1am. There are more than 60 retail outlets for the men, women and even kids. If you ever feel hungry, there will be 70 F&B outlets and I believe one of them will satisfy your demanding taste buds.
Remember, it is not just SHOPPING for the girls. There are indoor theme park to satisfy the kids, gadget store for the Dads, massage and spas for the elderly.