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post May 16 2009, 09:30 AM
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Does anyone know whether there is any problems entering Malaysia with an Israeli stamp in your passport?

There seems to be a problem with Israeli passport holders entering the country but I can't find any reference to difficulties with just entry or exit stamps following visits to Israel.

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post May 16 2009, 10:29 AM
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As far as I have heard it is not a problem if you have a stamp from Israel, all they are worried about is people with an Israeli passport.

If you haven't already seen this, the following is all that it says on the Malaysian Immigration website:

No visa is required for U.S.A. citizens visiting Malaysia for social, business or academic purposes (except for employment).

No visa is required for a stay of less than one month for nationals of all ASEAN countries except Myanmar. For a stay exceeding one month a visa will be required, except for nationals Brunei and Singapore.

For national of Israel, visas are required and permission must be granted from Ministry of Internal Security.

For national of Republic of Serbia and Republic of Montenegro, visas are required and permission must be granted from Ministry Of Home Affairs.

Nationals of countries other than those stated above (with the exception of Israel) are allowed to enter Malaysia without a visa for a visit not exceeding one month.

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post Nov 12 2009, 03:23 PM
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When visiting Israel ask the immigration officer to stamp your visa on a detachable piece of paper. That used to work
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When visiting Israel ask the immigration officer to stamp your visa on a detachable piece of paper. That used to work

do you have any probelm to enter Malaysia with a Israel stamp? Please give me a note about it . Thank you
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post Feb 3 2010, 10:07 AM
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The answeris the nowadays there is NO problem. My own experience goes back about 20 years, which is why I had to ask the Israelis not to stamp my passport.
According to the Malaysian, Singaporean and Indonesian Embassies in London there is NO restriction on entry to persons who have visited Israel.
For your own peace of mind I would recommend that you make a similar enquiry to the relevant Embassy or Consulate in your own country.
Have a great trip.
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