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Great News! Visa-Free Malaysia: Easy Travel for Indians

Explore Malaysia visa-free! Indian travellers rejoice with easy access. Discover flights, destinations, and more. Unlock your adventure in Malaysia today!

Now Malaysia is allowing Indians to visit visa-free for 30 days, Read on to know more!

Malaysia has opened its doors without visas for Indian passport holders! This fantastic update means it’s easier than ever for Indians to explore this beautiful country. Malaysia, known for its warm welcome to tourists, has simplified its visa process and kept costs reasonable.

Flight Connections to Malaysia

Wondering how to get there? Here’s the lowdown on flights connecting India to Malaysia: 

1] – IndiGo operates a daily flight to Kuala Lumpur from Chennai.

2] – Malaysian carriers like Malaysia Airlines, Batik Air Malaysia, AirAsia Bhd., and AirAsia X offer over 170 weekly departures from 11 Indian cities.

3] – These flights cover major metro cities and destinations like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Amritsar, Ahmedabad, Trichy, Kochi, and Trivandrum.

Expanding Horizons

Malaysian carriers are expanding their routes to India, with more flights to Amritsar, Ahmedabad, Trivandrum, and other cities in the pipeline. As these airlines spread their wings, hubs like Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore face growing competition. The visa-free policy helps Malaysian carriers stay strong amidst this competition.

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Flight Details

Here’s a breakdown of flights to Kuala Lumpur from different airlines and cities:

1] – Malaysia Airlines covers various Indian cities like Amritsar, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kochi, and Trivandrum.

2] – Batik Air Malaysia flies from cities such as Amritsar, Bengaluru, Delhi, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Trichy.

3] – AirAsia serves Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, and Trichy.

4] – AirAsia X operates flights from Delhi and Amritsar.

Frequency of Flights

There’s a multitude of weekly flights to Kuala Lumpur from different Indian cities:

– Chennai leads with 42 weekly flights, followed by Delhi and Kochi with 23 each, Trichy with 22, Bengaluru with 18, Mumbai and Hyderabad with 15 each, Amritsar with 11, Kolkata with 10, and twice a week from Ahmedabad and Trivandrum.

Indian Carriers’ Status

Currently, IndiGo operates just seven weekly flights to Malaysia. Other carriers like Air India Express and Jet Airways have operated in the past, but schedules have changed due to various reasons.

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Tourism Insights

While Malaysia is a favoured destination, it hasn’t reached the tourist status of places like Singapore, known for its variety beyond cities. The islands of Penang and Langkawi are yet to draw as much attention.

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What’s Next?

With ASEAN open skies arrangements allowing flights to 18 destinations, expect more flights connecting Malaysia and India soon! This relaxed visa policy might also prompt Indian carriers like Air India Express to explore this market again.

Malaysia’s visa-free move offers exciting opportunities for Indian travellers. As the travel landscape evolves, more options might emerge for easy and spontaneous trips to this beautiful country!

This simplified visa process might just be the push Indian carriers need to expand their services to Malaysia. So, who knows? This could be the perfect time for Air India Express to soar into this market again!

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