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 Embassy of the People's Republic of China in MalaysiaChinese Embassy in Malaysia

Ambassador: H.E. Chai Xi
Address: 229, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: 00603-21428495(Administration)
      21636815(Consular and Visa Affairs, extention: 102, 103, 104, 105,106) 
       21416093(Culture and Education)
       42513555(Economy and Business) 
Fax: 00603-21414552(Administration) 
        21636809(Consular and Visa Affairs)
        21429368(Culture and Education) 
        42513233(Economy and Business)

 Chinese Consulates in Malaysia

Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China in Kuching
Consul General: Li Shugang (Mr.)
Address: Lot 276, Block 10, Jalan Ong Tiang Swee, 93200 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia 
Tel: +6082-240344, 238344 (Administrative, consular and visa affairs),
239816, 254818 (Economy and business)
Fax: +6082-232344 (Administrative, consular and visa affairs), 
414344 (Economy and business)

 Chinese Visa Application Service Center in Malaysia
Business Hours (Monday to Friday)
Visa application: 09:00 - 15:00
Payment and collection: 09:00 - 16:00 
Address: 2nd Floor, Plaza OSK, 25 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603 2175 8888
Fax: 603 2175 6888

Selected Questions and Answers
 Asked by Jackie
Do you know how to apply for a Chinese Visa for an American in Malaysia? 
I’ m trying to contact the Chinese embassy in Malaysia, but there’s no response. Maybe someone can help answer my question. I need to get a china visa for my trip in august. I am going to KL Malaysia before then. I hold an American passport, but live in Taiwan. Am I able to get a china visa in Malaysia using my valid passport?
Required Documents for Chinese Visa Application
Basic requirements for applying for any type of Chinese visa
1. Your valid original passport which has at least one blank visa page and at least 6 months validity left before expiration.
2. One completely, correctly and legibly filled Visa Application Form of China affixed with one recent passport photo.
3. Applicants of other countries need to provide an original and a copy of Malaysian residence permit or a valid Malaysian visa.
I’m just a bit confused on the requirements for #3 (listed above) because I am not a Malaysian resident. I am just there to visit. As an American passport holder entering into the airport in KL, does that count as a valid Malaysian visa?
 Answered by Susan:
Hi Jackie, you have to provide the Malaysian residence permit if you apply the Chinese visa in Malaysia. As a temporary visitor, you can not apply the Chinese visa in Malaysia. You can entrust a local travel/visa agency in Taiwan apply the Chinese visa for you, or you can apply the visa in Hong Kong or Macau.
 Answered by Wah Hoo
Is the visa a must for single Malaysian travellers to Hainan? 
Hi, I'm a Malaysian. VOA only applicable to group tour, but I plan to travel to Hainan alone. Do I still require Visa? If yes, how long it takes to process?
 Answered by Bob,
VOA is not applicable to single traveler, so you need to apply the Chinese visa through the Chinese Embassy in Malaysia. The processing time is usually 4 working days.
Questions & Answers on China Embassy in Malaysia
  • I am an Indian citizen who is in Malaysia as a tourist. Can I apply for S1 visa from the Chinese Embassy in Malaysia?

    Asked By Manik Kapoor (India) | Oct. 29, 2017 21:48
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  • Jordanian citizen doesn't need a visa to for malaysia , and i had a visa for china and already i made the extension but still need to spend more time in china .

    Asked By mohannad (Jordan) | Sep. 15, 2017 23:17
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  • Hi, I'm a malaysian passport holder and planning to visit macau and zhu hai. Do i need a visa to enter zhu hai from macau?

    Asked By Ash | Mar. 05, 2017 03:25
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  • We will be visiting Kunming, Dali and Lijiang, China in August 2015 and we plan to go on our own and choose the hotels when we reached there. Therefore, we are unable to book our hotels on line as we are unsure how many days are we going to stay at each place. Can we apply for Chinese Visa in Kuching General Consulate without the hotels' vouchers?
    Thank you.

    Asked By S L Lau (Malaysia) | May. 28, 2015 05:02
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  • Booking confirmed, going China on 25/03/15, return on 28/03/15. Passport expired on 05/10/15.

    Asked By Catherine Loi (Malaysia) | Mar. 06, 2015 22:19
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