PUTRAJAYA: The visa for health tourists to Malaysia has been extended from 30 days to six months effective immediately.
Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in announcing this yesterday said the cabinet committee on tourism agreed with the Home Ministry’s suggestion that health tourists be given a longer stay and multiple entries in their visas.
“This is to meet our aim to promote health tourism in the country,” he said after chairing the committee’s meeting here.
He said tourists applying for the health visa must have certain documents like letters from the hospitals treating them.
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