Visit https://www.imi.gov.my/index.php/en/main-services/visa/ for general information on visa to Malaysia
*When journeying between Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia (comprising the states of Sabah and Sarawak, often referred to as Malaysian Borneo), it’s essential to have your passport with you. Immigration control is mandatory both upon entry and exit to and from East Malaysia to Peninsular Malaysia, requiring travelers to obtain necessary entry and exit stamps*
In planning your journey, you have the flexibility to depart from either Kuala Lumpur or Singapore, with flight options provided by Malaysia Airlines (MAS), AirAsia, and Malindo Air.
Malaysia Airlines is the national airline of Malaysia. It is known for its excellent service and safety record. MAS offers several flights per day from Kuala Lumpur to Sibu.
AirAsia is a budget airline that offers flights from Kuala Lumpur and Singapore to Sibu. AirAsia is a good option if you are on a tight budget.
Batik Air, previously known as Malindo Air, provides services such as in-flight entertainment, complimentary meals on certain flights, and a more spacious seating arrangement.
Additionally, considering a break in either Kuala Lumpur or Singapore could enhance your travel experience. For those considering AirAsia, it’s essential to be aware of the low-cost nature of the airline, potentially impacting wait times.
Grab is a widely used ride-hailing service operating in various Southeast Asian countries, including Malaysia. Users can book rides through the Grab mobile app, where they can choose from different vehicle types such as GrabCar (private car), GrabTaxi (traditional taxi), GrabShare (carpooling), and others. Payment is typically done electronically through the app, and users can track their ride in real-time. Grab often provides upfront pricing, which means passengers can see the estimated fare before confirming the booking. The service is known for its convenience, reliability, and cashless payment options.
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