Beginning 1 January 2024 all foreign citizens travelling to Malaysia are required to complete the Malaysia Digital Arrival Card (MDAC) three (3) days prior to arrival, except:
ii. Diplomatic and Official Passport holders;
iii. Malaysian Permanent Residents and Long Term-Pass holders;
MDAC must be submitted to this link:
It is important to stay updated before and during travel about current rules and requirements through the Malaysian authorities' information channels as these can be changed at short notice.
Malaysian citizens do not need visas for short term visits to Sweden, i.e not longer than 90 days.
The Embassy of Sweden in Kuala Lumpur does not handle migration issues - visas or other permits - for travelers from Malaysia to Sweden. The Embassy of Sweden in Bangkok is responsible for these matters..
For more information about this, visit our page Going to Sweden and choose the right page with information.
To contact the Embassy, visit our page with contact details to the embassy.
A legalisation is intended to prove that a document having a signature of an official. A legalisation does not constitute a confirmation of the content of the document, but merely authorizes an official's signature and jurisdiction. The Embassy only legalises documents that are already legalised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kuala Lumpur or by the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Embassy does not legalise, for example, Extract of Population issued by the Swedish Tax Agency.
Swedes who need to legalise Extract of Population have to contact:
103 39 STOCKHOLM
Tel: +46 (0) 8-405 51 00
Pets have to meet certain conditions to be allowed to enter into Sweden. Read more on our page Bring a pet to Sweden.
Today, Minister for Foreign Affairs Tobias Billström presented the Government’s 2024 Statement of Foreign Policy in the Riksdag. The Government’s most important foreign policy priorities are support to Ukraine, Sweden’s NATO membership and deepened cooperation in the neighbourhood.NEWS