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No proof of onward travel!

Posted by sparkey66 on 23/6/2012 at 00:02

My wife and I will be arriving in KL (Malaysia) by plane from Cambodia. We plan a week in Malaysia and then travel by train to Bangkok.
Something I've read on the Malaysian embassy website (Cambodia) is that proof of onward travel is needed to gain entry to Malaysia. As we don't know the exact date of exiting Malaysia (via a land crossing in the north to pick up the Thai train at Sungai Kolok -SE Thailand) IS THIS GOING TO STOP US FROM GETTING INTO MALAYSIA?

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Posted by Ballytich on 23/6/2012 at 00:45

NO, u'll get in just fine, they may ask you where you will go next, but no proof needed as far as i knw and I was just there, had no problems at the airport at all, just said i was leaving by bus onto thailand and that was it!!

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Posted by altmtl on 23/6/2012 at 06:13

I agree - NO

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Posted by jenchew on 24/6/2012 at 22:53

I don't think so any proof needed, just enter as normal.

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Posted by dene_aus on 25/6/2012 at 03:20

Agreed, you will be fine.

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