HAPPY TRAILS! ASIA
UPDATE DURING COVID 19

MALAYSIA UPDATES

Status Updates! 20th October 2021 – COVID-19 Malaysia

We will keep this website constantly updated to keep you up to date

Welcome back to Singapore!

After a successful trial of Vaccinated Travel Lanes between Germany, Brunei & Singapore, the program has been extended to include the following countries: Germany, Brunei, Canada, Denmark, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, United Kingdom, United States. Furthermore, additionally, per 14 November 2021, The Republic of Korea will be added as well.

The vaccinated travel lane program allows travelers, including those for tourism purposes to visit Singapore without quarantine, after receiving a negative PCR test on arrival into Singapore. Furthermore, the program works with selected flights into Singapore. Please click below to explore the details:


When will Malaysia re-open?
There is no official information yet on the re-opening of Malaysia to foreign tourists, however from the recent news this is what may be expected:
  • Borders are likely to re-open to fully vaccinated tourists from any country in November (excluding high-risk destinations)
  • PCR tests needed upon arrival taken no more than 72 hours before traveling to Malaysia
  • No vaccine required for children
  • The arrival hub to Malaysia could be Langkawi
  • Six more destinations across Malaysia, including Kuching, will be next in line to reopen to international visitors
What’s the current situation in Malaysia?

In recent weeks, also in Malaysia the infection rate has been steadily decreasing, which is great news. Moreover, vaccination is progressing at an amazing rate, where more than 97% of the adult population has already received their first vaccine, and nearly 93% is fully vaccinated. Moreover, vaccination of those between 12-18 years of age has commenced with 80% nearly already having received their first dosage.



When will Malaysia re-open?
There is no official information yet on the re-opening of Malaysia to foreign tourists, however from the recent news this is what may be expected:
  • Borders are likely to re-open to fully vaccinated tourists from any country in November (excluding high-risk destinations)
  • PCR tests needed upon arrival taken no more than 72 hours before traveling to Malaysia
  • No vaccine required for children
  • The arrival hub to Malaysia could be Langkawi
  • Six more destinations across Malaysia, including Kuching, will be next in line to reopen to international visitors
What’s the current situation in Malaysia?

In recent weeks, also in Malaysia the infection rate has been steadily decreasing, which is great news. Moreover, vaccination is progressing at an amazing rate, where more than 97% of the adult population has already received their first vaccine, and nearly 93% is fully vaccinated. Moreover, vaccination of those between 12-18 years of age has commenced with 80% nearly already having received their first dosage.


After a detailed audit last week, we are happy to announce that Happy Trails! Malaysia has been certified as “Travel Safe Malaysia – Hygiene Excellence and Safety Label Program”.

The Travel Safe Malaysia program verifies that we are committed to ensuring appropriate health and safety procedures and processes are in place with globally recognized best practices and procedures related to preventive measures for a safer travel and business environment during and after the COVID-19 pandemic period.

A step forward to the reopening of the country’s borders and welcoming foreign tourists again!

Reduced working hours in our Happy Trails! Offices

Due to the current developments of the COVID-19 situation, our Indonesian and Malaysian Teams have started to work reduced working hours until further notice. Our office is closed every Wednesday and Fridays commencing 1 January and are happy to assist you on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.

We highly appreciate your understanding and apologize in case of any delays.

While we are in the middle of the COVID pandemic crisis our thoughts at Happy Trails! Asia are also to these communities that need help. Happy Trails! Asia has a CSR program to give back to communities in need. We know that every donation will make a huge difference to their quality of living.

In addition to the support from Happy Trails! Asia, we try to fundraise more support because we see that certain communities are now in more need and large parts of their funding has dried up due to COVID-19. Hence, we ask if you may want to reach out as well to support.

Please click HERE for details

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Happy Trails! Asia

Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai, 195
PO. Box 3087 Sanur, Denpasar 80227 Bali, Indonesia

Phone: +62 (0) 361-288194
Fax: +62 (0) 361-286 966

Email: info@happytrailsasia.com