Malaysians leaving Singapore via land to Malaysia require entry permit from April 27

SINGAPORE (April 25): Malaysians who wish to return home from Singapore by land are required to obtain an entry permit from the High Commission of Malaysia here from April 27.

According to a public notice posted on its Facebook, the applicants need to email their particulars - name, both identity card and passport numbers, departure date - to [email protected], at least two days before their departure date.

A copy of their passes - Singapore permanent resident, long term pass, work permit, student and social visit – should be appended as well.

Once approved, the High Commission will reply their email which includes a unique reference number.

They then need to present the printed or phone screenshot reply email to the Malaysian Immigration Checkpoint in Johor Bahru.

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