With the NZeTA, citizens of Malaysia can travel to New Zealand without a visa.
Malaysians should register for a New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority online. The NEW ZEALAND VISA FOR MALAYSIAN CITIZENS process takes just a few minutes and can be completed from home.
More information on the NZeTA for Malaysians, including application requirements, can be found below.
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Malaysian citizens do not need a visa to travel to New Zealand for up to 90 days. Visa-free access is permitted for tourism purposes and business activities.
However, to enter visa-free, Malaysians must have an Electronic Travel Authority. The online NZeTA application process is fast and straightforward.
The eTA for New Zealand helps make the country a safe destination for Malaysians. By pre-screening foreign nationals arriving without a visa, potential threats can be identified and prevented from crossing the border.
Malaysian citizens who wish to stay in New Zealand for longer than 3 months, or for other travel purposes, need a visa.
Malaysians must obtain a New Zealand eTA for transit purposes too. Travellers making a stopover in NZ while flying towards a third destination are required to carry a valid NZeTA for transit.
NZeTA transit applicants are not required to pay the IVL tourist levy when arriving at and leaving from Auckland International Airport (AKL).
Malaysian tourists and business travellers can apply for an NZeTA online in 3 steps:
If travelling as a group or family, each member needs to complete the steps above and obtain their own NZeTA.
The process is 100% online, Malaysians should not need to attend an interview or visit the embassy.
To apply for the NEW ZEALAND VISA FOR DANISH CITIZENS, Malaysian citizens have to provide the following required documents:
Malaysians also need an email address. Notifications and the approved travel authorisation are sent by email.
To complete the online NZeTA application form, Malaysians need to provide the following information:
In total, filling out the eTA application form takes around 10 minutes.
After completion, it is advisable to double-check the information provided.
Any errors in the data may prolong the process, or even result in the application being rejected.
Electronic Travel Authority processing is fast and most Malysians receive the approved permit in 1 to 3 business days.
Visitors are advised to apply further in advance whenever possible, in case of any unexpected delays.
The eTA is electronically linked to the passport and is accessible for confirmation by travel agents, border agencies and airlines. However, Malaysian visitors should also print a copy, as some airlines may request to see it.
NZeTA for Malaysian Citizens
To determine whether they are eligible for the NZeTA, Malaysians should consider the following information about the permit:
Malaysians who wish to stay in New Zealand long-term need to contact their nearest embassy to arrange a visa.
Malaysians with an NZeTA can enter New Zealand through an international airport.
There are direct flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) to Auckland International Airport (AUK). There are also flights with one or more stops to Christchurch and Wellington.
On arrival at the airport, Malaysians need to present:
Passengers with dual citizenship need to travel to New Zealand using the same passport that was submitted when completing the NZeTA application.