Visa for Malaysia Travelers
A visa is required for people traveling with a Malaysian passport in order to enter China. However, there are a few exceptions. Please refer to the Visa-free entry section below for more information. To apply for visa, your passport should have at least another 6 months’ validity and at least one blank visa page upon the day you submit your application.
Visa Application Fees
Number of Entries
Regular (4th working days collection)
Express (3rd working days collection)
Rush (2nd working days collection)
6 months multiple
Chinese Visa Application Service Center
Kuala Lumpur Office
Address: Level 5 & 6, Hampshire Place Office, Jalan Mayang Sari, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Business Hours: Monday-Friday，Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays.
Submission of applications: 9:00 to 15:00.
Payment and collection: 9:00 to 16:00.
Call: 603 2175 8888
Fax: 603 2175 6888
Address: 2nd Floor，Wisma Naim 21/2 Mile, Rock Road, 93200 Kuching, Sarawark, Malaysia
Business Hour: Monday - Friday (except holidays)
Visa application: 9:00 - 15:00（urgent application 10:00）
Payment and collection: 9:00 - 16:00
Visa Exemptions to China for United Kingdom Travelers
|Hong Kong||90 Days||Visa Exemption||Malaysian citizens are exempt from Hong Kong Visa if they are visiting for sightseeing and do not exceed 180 days stay.|
|Macau||30 Days||Visa Exemption||Malaysian citizens are exempt from Macau Visa if they do not exceed 180 days stay.|
|Pearl River Delta (Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Jiangmen, Zhaoqing, and Huizhou)||6 Days||144-hour Convenient Visa||1. You are already in Hong Kong or Macau. 2. You joined a tourist group organized by a travel agency registered in Hong or Macau. 3. Your visit is restricted in the Pearl River Delta Region.||> Read More|
|Hainan Province||15 Days||Tourist Exemption Visa||You joined a tourist group of five or more people organized by a travel agency with the approval of China National Tourism Administration to visit Hainan Province.||> Read More|
Airlines Flights to China
China has international airports in major cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Chengdu. There are regular flights between The Philippines and China.
Airlines to China: direct and indirect flights between Beijing and major cities in Malaysia
Cathay Pacific Airways
China Southern Airlines
Flight schedules between Malaysia and China
|Beijing Capital International Airport||AirAsia X||
KUL 6:45p ― PEK 12:50a 6h 05m nonstop
|Beijing Capital International Airport||Malaysia Airlines||
KUL 6:00p ― PEK 12:20a 6h 20m nonstop
|Shanghai Pudong International Airport||AirAsia X||
KUL 7:25p ― PVG 12:35a 5h 10m nonstop
|Shanghai Pudong International Airport||China Southern||
KUL 9:00a ― PVG 2:20p 5h 20m nonstop
|Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport||AirAsia||
KUL 4:05p ― CAN 8:05p 4h 00m nonstop
|Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport||Malaysia Airlines||
KUL 9:35a ― CAN 1:35p 4h 00m nonstop
|Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport||AirAsia X||
KUL 6:15p ― CTU 10:40p 4h 25m nonstop
Food in China
Halal food has a long history in China. The arrival of Arabian and Persian merchants during the Tang and Song dynasty saw the introduction of the Muslim diet. Chinese Muslim cuisine adheres strictly to the Islamic dietary rules with mutton and lamb being the predominant ingredient. The advantage of Muslim cuisine in China is that it has inherited the diverse cooking methods of Chinese cuisine for example, braising, roasting, steaming, stewing and many more. Due to China's multicultural background Muslim cuisine retains its own style and characteristics according to regions.
Beijing Halal Restrurant:
Laohuihui Restaurant is an old Hui-styled Muslim restaurant in Beijing. The restaurant is quite popular by Hui Muslims and Xinjiang people with its delicious and tasty Muslim food.
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Shanghai Halal Restaurant
Aladdin Halal Restaurant
Aladdin Halal Restaurant is a famous restaurant that specializes to provide authentic Indian food inShanghai. It is located in Causeway Bay area and is quite popular among customers by its delicious and amazing Indian Halal food. >> Read More
Chengdu Halal Restaurant
Yue Xiang Cun Restaurant
If you want to eat the authentic halal food in Chengdu, Yue Xiang Cun is one of the most appropriate old restaurants. As one of the most famous Halal restaurants in Chengdu, Yue Xiang Cun is popular amongst the Hui people.
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Guangzhou Halal Restaurant
Bogeda Food Paradise
Bogeda Food Paradise is a restaurant specialized to providing Halal food. This is a restaurant characterized by Xinjiang features and is located in the second floor of Xinjiang Mansion in Guangzhou City. >> Read more
Other recommended Chinese food
Dining in Beijing
Dining in Beijing you will be spoilt for choice with unlimited options. Whether you want to try out the local delicacies or dine at the finest restaurants you will not be disappointed with what Beijing has to offer.
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Dining in Shanghai
Shanghai enjoys a good reputation in Chinese gourmet circles, and numerous restaurants have sprung up here specializing in almost all of China’s regional cuisines, like Beijing cuisine, Sichuan cuisine, Cantonese cuisine, Suzhou Cuisine as well as Shanghai local dishes. >> Read More
Dining in Chengdu
Most of Chengdu's local food specialties started out as snacks or Xiaochi (small eats). They originated in little stands or stalls located on sides of the road. Being located in Sichuan Province, Chengdu's local specialties are famous for their delicious spiciness. Sichuan Province is one of the four famous local cuisines in China.
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Dining in Guangzhou
Guangzhou is universally known for its excellent food. Cantonese cuisine is one of the Famous Eight in China with different flavors and styles, by using diverse and delicate materials, exotic spices and various cooking skills. Cantonese cuisine, as epitome of Chinese food culture, is a mixture of tradition and modern, east and west.
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Malaysia Embassy and Consulates in China
Consulate General of Malaysia in Guangzhou
Address: Room 1915-18, CITIC Plaza Office Tower, No. 233 Tianhe Nan Lu (Tianhe Road South), Guangzhou
Postal Code: 510610
Tel: (+86)20 3877 0763
(+86)20 3877 0766
Fax: (+86)20 3877 0769
Office Hours: 08:30 – 17:00 (Mon. - Fri.)
Consular Regions: Fujian Province, Guangdong Province, Hainan Province, Jiangxi Province, Hunan Province
Consulate General of Malaysia in Kunming
Consul-general: Mr. Ayauf Bin Bachi
Address: Room 401-405, Sakura Hotel, No. 29 Dongfeng Lu, Kunming
Postal Code: 650011
Visa Application Time: 09:00-12:00, Monday to Friday
Pick-Up Time for Visa: 14:00-16:00, Monday to Friday
Consular Regions: Yunnan Province, Guangxi Province, Guizhou Province, Sichuan Province, Chongqing
Consulate General of Malaysia in Shanghai
Address: Room 1101, CITIC Square, No.1168, Nanjing Road West, Nanjing
Tel: (+86)21 5292 5424
Fax: (+86)21 5292 5951
E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours: 08:30 – 17:00 (Mon. – Fri.)
Beijing (UTC+08:00) and Kuala Lumpur are at the same time zone.
The official currency of China is the Chinese Yuan (￥) otherwise known as Renminbi (RMB). For the latest exchange rate from to MYR use our currency convertor below:
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