Posted September 25, 2018 05:02:36When to go and when to stay in Indonesia and Malaysia, and where to go first in the Southeast Asian nation of 7 million is another matter.
While the two nations are the most popular tourist destinations in Southeast Asia, they both also have some of the most complex travel rules that you may have to deal with if you want to experience the region without a visa.
While you may be able to visit Malaysia in a matter of days with your visa, Indonesia can take weeks to clear a trip with a visa, so make sure you’re aware of all the steps that need to be taken before you do.
Read more about travel in the region.
For starters, both countries offer a variety of visa types.
In Indonesia, you can apply for a tourist visa for as little as $1,200.
This visa allows you to visit the country without a specific time limit, and you may even get a tourist card to bring with you.
For an Indonesian tourist visa, you must show proof of your passport, travel documents, and a letter from your employer.
In Malaysia, you will need to have a passport, passport photo, and visa for the duration of your visit.
In both cases, you need to provide proof of income and a travel itinerary, as well as proof of health and social security, if you are married.
While Malaysia requires proof of residency and health insurance, the visa is only valid for 180 days and does not have a time limit.
Both countries are also home to a number of other visa types, including tourist visas for those traveling to visit family and friends, and business visas for companies.
While both visa types can be purchased and filled at the Indonesian consulate, the process is a bit more complicated in Malaysia.
To get a business visa, all you need is your passport and a business card that shows you have a valid work visa.
To apply for this visa, your employer will need you to provide a letter confirming that you will be doing work in the Philippines, Vietnam, or Cambodia for a certain amount of time, or that you have the required business qualifications.
If you have not been to Indonesia yet, we’ve done our best to help you make the most of it by providing some tips and advice.
Below, we’ll share with you what you need in each country and what to do before you go.
MalaysiaThe Malay tourist visa is valid for 90 days and can be obtained at the Malay Embassy in Singapore, where you will find a queue of Filipinos waiting to apply for their visa.
In addition, you may need to present a work visa or a passport if you have lived in Malaysia for at least a year.
In order to apply online, you’ll need to send an application to the embassy, which will send you a letter with instructions on how to complete the process.
If applying for a visitor visa, it is important to understand that if you visit the Philippines before your visa expires, your visa is canceled and you’ll be required to resettle in Malaysia within 90 days.
If you plan to visit Thailand or Cambodia, you should first start the process of finding an employer, so that you can obtain a work permit.
The Malay Consulate in Singapore can help you navigate the process by offering up job listings and job vacancies.
If there are enough jobs available, they can help get you a job.
Malay Consulates are located in Singapore and Jakarta, and can help answer any questions you may get while applying for the tourist visa.
If visiting Indonesia, the most convenient option is to apply to the Indonesian embassy in Manila.
The process of obtaining a tourist tourist visa from the Indonesian Consulate is the same as applying online, but you can check out the website of the Embassy of Indonesia, which also offers a job search app.
It is recommended that you choose the one that offers the most job openings in your region.
The best way to find the most suitable job for you is to check out local employment agencies, which may have job listings in their local language.
In Jakarta, you would also want to look at local recruitment agencies, as they offer a job board and website that will let you compare jobs.
In Kuala Lumpur, the best way is to look for jobs through local recruitment agency or through job boards and websites in their respective city.
Both Indonesia and Malaysian embassies offer various other visa options.
The visa types for Singapore and Kuala Lumpur are the same, and both can be used to apply in both countries.
However, the Indonesian visa type requires you to have an Indonesian passport and proof of employment in the country, and is only available to Indonesian nationals for 180 day stays.
In Singapore, you do not need a valid passport or work visa, but the Indonesian Embassy does offer a limited number of tourist visas that allow up to 180 days of non-visitable visits.
The visa type for Indonesia is the most flexible of