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Visitors can enter Malaysia by air, sea and road/train. The main entrances are as follows :

  • International Airports
  • Ports
  • Roads
  • Trains

Upon arriving in Malaysia, visitors are to declare all dutiable or prohibited goods in their possession. Visitors are required to unpack and repack their baggage themselves for Customs inspection. This is defined under Section 103, Customs Act 1967.

Baggage inspection and imposition of Customs duty are done only at the entry points. Customs duty is not imposed on trips within Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak. This does not include duty free zones which are Labuan in Sabah, Pulau Tioman in Pahang and Langkawi in Kedah. Customs duty will not be imposed on goods imported from Labuan and Langkawi except rubber, marble, anchovies and petroleum products.


If the visitors do not possess dutiable and / or prohibited goods at the entry points (for example in airports), where the Green / Red Lane exists, they can walk through the Green Lane. Otherwise the visitors have to walk through the Red Lane and declare the goods to the Customs Officers on duty.


Under the prevailing Customs Duties Order, visitors must pay customs duties on all dutiable goods at the rate of 30% ad valorem provided that the goods are imported on or with the person entering Malaysia or are in the baggage of such person and intended for non-commercial use. In the case of alcoholic beverages, tyres, spirits, tobacco, cigarettes and motor vehicles, the rate of duty will be the prevailing rate at the time of importation. The goods are:

  • Talc and face powder.
  • Hair care products (for example hair cream, shampoo, hair color).
  • Sound recorders and reproducers including record players and tape decks.
  • Radio broadcast receivers including those incorporating sound recorders or reproducers for motor vehicles.
  • Radio broadcast receivers incorporating sound recorders and reproducers.
  • Radio broadcast receivers not incorporating sound recorders and reproducers and only mains operated.
  • Ballpoint pen made of plastic.
  • Carpets.
  • Products made from cloth.
  • Typewriter.
  • Original and fake jewelries. 
  • Glass products.
  • Telephone.
  • Electric iron.
  • Television, spare parts and antenna
  • Loud Speaker.
  • Turntables.
  • Video Cassette Recorder
  • Amplifier.
  • Slide Projector
  • Table Fan.
  • Sewing Machine (domestic).
  • Fire extinguisher (portable).
  • Electric lamp and accessory.
  • Hair dryer
  • Vacuum cleaner
  • Food Blender and Mixer.
  • Floor wax
  • Electric Rice Cooker.
  • Electric Kettle and Electric Water Heater.
  • Vinyl Gramophone Record 
  • Shavers and razor blades.
  • Kitchen knives.
  • Lamp shades.
  • Playing cards.
  • Fruits (fresh and preserved)
  • Chocolate
  • Ginseng.
  • Calendar
  • Car Accessories.
  • Golf Balls.

The list above is not. exhaustive. Visitors who need further information is kindly advised to contact any Customs Officer  stationed at the Entry Points.. The Numbers to contact are:

                Padang Besar                                  04-9490214
                Bukit Kayu Hitam                             04-9221631
                LTA Langkawi                                 04-9551832
                LTA Bayan Lepas                             04-6434401
                LTA Kuala Lumpur, Sepang               03-87768555
                Tambak Johor                                 07-2224666
                Rantau Panjang                               09-7950349
                Pengkalan Kubor                              09-7211359
                LTA Kota Kinabalu                            088-259672
                LTA Labuan                                    087-412642
                LTA Kuching                                   082-456360

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