Midsummer Celebration in mid-June, school is out and nature has burst into life. It seems like the sun never sets. In fact, in the north of Sweden it doesn’t, and in the south only for an hour or two. This calls for celebration! Friends and family gather for the most typically Swedish tradition of all: Midsummer. This is one of Sweden’s most beloved holidays and ever since pagan times Swedes have celebrated the longest day of the year, around the time of the summer solstice. Since the 1950s we have, for practical reasons, celebrated Midsummer on Midsummer Eve, which is always on a Friday between June 19 and June 25.View more news
The Embassy of Sweden in Kuala Lumpur does not handle visa applications.
In order to visit Sweden you may need an entry visa. An entry visa is a permit required by persons wishing to enter Sweden for a temporary visit, for example:
Citizens from the following countries/territories require a visa when entering Sweden, check the list.
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