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Under the provision of the Customs Act 1967, travellers entering Malaysia are required to declare all dutiable or prohibited goods in their possession. Failure to declare dutiable or prohibited goods or making false declaration is an offence.
who visit Malaysia for a period of not less than 72 hours are eligible for specified amount of customs duties exemption.
Subject to Customs Duties Order, travellers should pay
only a customs duty at a flatrate of 30% ad valorem. In the case of alcoholic beverages, tyres, spirits, tobacco, cigarettes and motor vehicles, the rate of duty will be based on prevailing Customs Duties Order.
DUTY EXEMPTION PER TRAVELLER
Residents & Non-residentsConditions:
If the travellers bring in excess quantity of goods exempted, he shall be liable to duty on the excess only.
GREEN/RED LANE FACILITIES
Green Lane is for travellers with “Nothing to Declare” (non-dutiable and non-prohibited goods). Otherwise the travellers have to proceed to the Red Lane and declare the goods.
PENALTIES FOR MISUSING GREEN LANE
Under Customs Act 1967, offender is liable to a maximum fine of RM 100,000 / jail term not exceeding 3 years for the first offence and RM 500,000 / jail term not exceeding 5 years for subsequent offence.
TRAVELLERS’ DEPOSIT FACILITIES
ATA CARNET FACILITIES
DUTY FREE SHOPS FOR TRAVELLERS