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China Embassy in Malaysia

 Visa Application Form of PRC 

Ambassador: Mr. Bai Tian
Address: 229, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +60-3-21811752
Fax: +60-3-21414552
Email: chinaembmy@gmail.com

Consular Office of Chinese Embassy in Malaysia 

Address: 1st Floor, Plaza OSK, 25 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +60-3-21645272 (14:00-17:00)
Fax: +60-3-21636809
Email: lingshikl@gmail.com
Office Hours: 09:00 - 11:30, Monday-Friday (except holidays)

Important Notice

Chinese Visa Application Service Centre (CVASC) started its operation on December 16, 2009. CVASC is responsible for receiving applications from all ordinary passport holders to mainland China. To ensure CAVSC's operation, a service fee will be charged.

Detailed information about the CVASC in Kuala Lumpur:
Address: Level 5 & 6, Hampshire Place Office, Jalan Mayang Sari, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +60-3-2176 8888
Fax: +60-3-2161 2234
Business Hours (Monday - Friday)   
Application: 09:00-15:00    Payment and collection: 09:00-16:00 

Note: Applicants holding Diplomatic, Service or Official passport, or who apply for Hong Kong or Macau visa/entry permit, should still submit the application directly to the Embassy in Kuala Lumpur. 

Consulate-General of the PRC in Kuching

Consul General: Mr. Li Shugang
Address: Lot 276, Block 10, Jalan Ong Tiang Swee, 93200 Kuching, Sarawak
Tel: +60-82-240344
Fax: +60-82-232344
Email: consulate_kuching@mfa.gov.cn
Website: http://kuching.chineseconsulate.org/eng/
Consular Districts: Sarawak, Sabah, Labuanx

Detailed information about the CVASC in Kuching:
Address: 2nd Floor,Wisma Naim 21/2 Mile, Rock Road, 93200 Kuching, Sarawark
Tel: +60-3-21758888
Fax: +60-82-256885

Fee in Ringgit per Person

Types Regular Express Rush
3-month Single Entry 100 235 310
6-month Double Entry 120 255 330
6-month Multi-Entry 150 285 360
12-month Multi-Entry 190 325 400
US citizens
Types Regular Express Rush
Single / Double / Multiple Entries 535 670 745

Types Regular Express Rush
Single / Double / Multiple Entries 370 505 580

Citizens of Other Countries
Types Regular Express Rush
3-month Single Entry 200 335 410
6-month Double Entry 270 405 480
6-month Multi-Entry 320 455 530
12-month Multi-Entry 470 605 680

1. Regular service takes 4 working days; express service takes 3 working days; rush service takes 2 working days.
2. This CVASC accepts cash, debit card, and credit card.

2020 Holiday Schedule of CVASC in Kuala Lumpur

Public Holiday Date Day
New Year's Day January 1 Wednesday 
Chinese New Year January 25 - 27 Saturday - Monday
Federal Territory Day (Kuala Lumpur) February 1 Saturday
Thaipusam February 8 Saturday
International Labor Day May 1 Friday
Wesak Day May 7 Thursday
Nuzul Al-Quran May 10 - 11 Sunday - Monday
Hari Raya Puasa Day 1* May 24 Sunday
Hari Raya Puasa Day 2* May 25 Monday
Hari Raya Qurban * May 26 Tuesday
Yang di-Pertuan Agong's Birthday  June 6 Saturday 
Penang Heritage Day (Penang)  July 7 Tuesday
Penang Governor's birthday (Penang) July 11 Saturday
Hari Raya Qurban * July 31 Friday 
Awal Muharram August 20 Thursday
National Day August 31 Monday
Malaysia Day September 16 Wednesday
Prophet Muhammad's Birthday October 29 Thursday
Deepavali* November 14 Saturday
Christmas Day December 25 Friday

 * Subject to change.

Visit Hong Kong & Macau

Malaysian passport holders are exempt from a visa to Hong Kong for a maximum stay of 90 days and to Macau for a maximum stay of 30 days. 

  Please contact Embassy of Malaysia in China if Malaysian citizens have troubles there.
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- Last modified on Dec. 30, 2020 -
Questions & Answers on China Embassy in Malaysia
Asked by Fanny cheng from HONG KONG CHINA | Dec. 25, 2020 19:00Reply
Can I renew my HKAR passport in Malaysia?
Answers (1)
Answered by Frank | Dec. 30, 2020 19:51

Yes, you can submit the application either to the Chinese embassy in Malaysia or to the HK immigration department.
Asked by Drew from MALAYSIA | Dec. 07, 2020 05:11Reply
TE and PU letter acceptance for Working Visa application
Hi, may I know if you guys are personnel from the Chinese Visa Application Service Centre Kuala Lumpur?

If yes, I have few questions:
1. The TE and PU letter requirements to apply for Working Visa notice has been removed from CVASC (Kuala Lumpur website) since 5th of November 2020. Any idea when it will be reinstated again as I am currently waiting for my PU letter from my company in China.

2. Assuming that I receive my PU letter this week, can I already apply for working visa in CVASC Kuala Lumpur even if the TE and PU letter requirements are not published in the website?

Thank you
Answers (1)
Answered by Greta | Dec. 10, 2020 19:53

Dear, this is not the official website of the Chinese Visa Application Service Center in Kuala Lumpur. Therefore, I advise you to contact the center directly and ask your questions.
Asked by Drew from MALAYSIA | Dec. 02, 2020 04:26Reply
Visa for dependents

I have received my PU letter from my employer in China however my children's names were not put in the PU letter. If I am right, that means my children won't be issued a dependent visa (S1) under me right?

If that is the case, what can be done so that I can bring my children with me to China?

Option 1 : Apply PU letter for my children. - How long will this take and who should apply for PU letter for my children? Me or my company?

Option 2 : I have heard about Humanitarian Visa. How does that work?

Option 3 : S1 Visa. Correct me if I am wrong. This visa is only valid if my children's names are in the PU letter.

Answers (3)
Answered by Lexi | Dec. 03, 2020 22:05

If you can get a PU letter for your children, then you can apply for them the S1 visa by providing this letter and other documents. Your company should be responsible for getting the letter for you.

Whether you can get a humanitarian visa is to be determined by the embassy. You need to contact the embassy for more details.
Answered by Drew | Dec. 04, 2020 00:45

Hi Lexi,

How if I can't get a PU letter for my children? That means I can't apply visas for them right?
Answered by Lexi | Dec. 06, 2020 23:27

Yes, I'm afraid so.
Asked by Ervan from MALAYSIA | Dec. 01, 2020 23:14Reply
Z Working Visa Approval

Assuming that I already received my PU Letter from my employer in China, if I apply for Z Working Visa in CVASC,:

1. What are the chances of it being rejected or approved particularly at this time of Covid-19?
2.If rejected, can we apply immediately or do we need to wait for a period of time before I can reapply?
3. The approval of Z Working Visa comes directly from the authority of CVASC or does it also come from the consent of the Government of China?

Thank you
Answers (3)
Answered by Jasper | Dec. 03, 2020 23:44

1. The chances are big if you can get the PU letter.
2. If rejected, you need to wait for three months before you can reapply.
3. It comes from the authority of the consular officers in the Chinese embassy.
Answered by Ervan | Dec. 04, 2020 00:54

Hi Jasper,

Thanks for your prompt reply. For item 2, the three months wait if rejected is for case-to-case basis?
Answered by Jasper | Dec. 06, 2020 23:28

It is for most cases.
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