Travel to Malaysia with No Worries!

ICICI Lombard's Travel Insurance allows you to travel the world with peace of mind. No matter where you stay, quality healthcare services are always around you. Cashless hospitalisation facility across the globe, coverage against accidents, trip delays and luggage loss are some of the reasons to choose us. It is wise to opt for travel insurance if you are travelling to Malaysia as the emergency hospitalisation costs are high, enough to dent your savings.

With captivating cityscapes, jaw dropping skyscrapers, breath-taking tea plantations and a typical island life, Malaysia attracts millions of tourists every year. Malaysia comprises two large islands with different ethnicities, religions and landscapes that separated by the South China Sea, and united by the Malaysian cuisine.

On one hand, Malaysia is a bustling economy with Kuala Lumpur as the capital that has one of the tallest skyscrapers in the world. On the other, the abundance of wild rainforests, rivers, jungles and reefs offers a stark contrast against its beautiful cities. This diversity of Malaysia, which is rarely witnessed in other South East Asian countries, makes it special.

Opt for ICICI Lombard's Travel Insurance and set out to experience the true essence of Asia in Malaysia while being covered from unforeseen travelling troubles.

Benefits of Travel Insurance while in Malaysia


Affordable Cover for Asian Countries

Cashless Hospitalisation Across the Globe

Cashless Hospitalisation Across the Globe

Coverage for Total Loss of Checked-in Baggage

Coverage Against Trip Delays, Accidents and Luggage Loss


Single and Multiple Trip Plans

Host of Value-added Services

Host of Value-added Services


High Quality Medical Care Accessibility


Security up to 30, 45 or 60 Days per Trip Yearly

Things to Do in Malaysia

  • Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia's buzzing capital is home to the world's tallest twin towers, the Petronas Towers, which look majestic from the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) Park. But the fun does not end here; there are plenty of attractions in Kuala Lumpur that will not hurt your pocket.

    You can take a walking tour through the capital's colonial heart, the Merdeka Square and the vibrant Indian district of Brickfields. If you love nature, then KL Forest Eco Park and Perdana Botanical Garden must be on top of your list.

  • Malacca: Once a great port city and now one of Malaysia's most irresistible tourist spots, Malacca is famous for its weekend night markets, glitzy rickshaws and heritage museums. The city was declared a UNESCO world heritage site and has been a popular shooting spot for Bollywood movies.
  • Cameron Highlands: An extensive stretch of hills blanketed in tea plantations, Cameron Highlands is one of the oldest tourist spots in Malaysia. It is excellent for hiking through lush green forests, admiring the beautiful scenery around and visiting the old temples on the way.
  • Tioman Island: A trip to Malaysia without a visit to the beach is incomplete. Situated in the South China Sea, the Tioman island is nothing short of paradise. While many travellers come here to relax, it has a whole bunch of adventurous activities to offer. From world class diving to jungle hikes, waterfalls to climbing and culinary exploration, the island suffices in itself.
  • Ipoh: The capital of Malaysia's Perak state, Ipoh is one of the oldest and largest cities in Malaysia. The old town is undergoing restoration and the coffeehouses are making a comeback.

    Artistic cafes are mushrooming in every nook and corner and the century old buildings have revived. It is the best place in the country to see a mixture of contemporary street art, colonial masterpieces and traditional coffee shops on the same street.

  • George Town: This is a place made for street art fanatics. The walls are filled with marvellous 3D paintings infusing a flavour of urban beauty to the city. The capital of Penang and home to many golden-crowned Buddhist temples, museums and scrumptious Malay food, the city is extremely rewarding for explorers who prefer to travel off the beaten path.

Embassy Information

In case of an emergency including loss of passport, natural disaster, political upheaval or any other emergency, you can always reach out to the Indian Embassy in Malaysia. The details of Indian embassy in Malaysia are:

Embassy/Consulates Address Contact Details Working Hours Website
High Commission of India 1, Jalan Mon't Kiara, Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia +60 3-6205 2350 Monday–Friday (9:00 AM–5:30 PM)
Saturday – Closed
Sunday – Closed

List of International Airports in Malaysia

Airport City
Penang International Airport Penang
Langkawi International Airport Langkawi
Kota Kinabalu International Airport Kota Kinabalu
Kuching International Airport Kuching
Kuala Lumpur International Airport Sepang
Malacca International Airport Batu Berendam
Kuching Port Airport Kuching
Senai International Airport Senai

Visa Procedure

To apply for a Malaysian Visa, you need to fill and submit the visa application form, which is available on the website of authorised travel agencies like visahq ( Other details including the application charges for Indian residents can also be availed through the same website.

For further queries on visa and emergency situations, you may also reach out to the Malaysian Embassy and Consulates in India, the details of which are:

Embassy / Consulates Address Contact Details Working Hours Website
Embassy of Malaysia 50-M, Satya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021 011 2415 9300 Monday–Friday (8:30 AM–4:30 PM)
Saturday – Closed
Sunday – Closed
Consulate General of Malaysia No.7, Cenotaph 1st Street, Teynampet, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600018 044 2433 4434 Monday–Friday (9:00 AM–5:00 PM)
Saturday – Closed
Sunday – Closed
Consulate General of Malaysia 5th Floor, Notan Classic Building, 24th Road, Off Turner Road, Bandra West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050 022 2645 5752 Monday–Friday (8:30 AM–4:30 PM)
Saturday – Closed
Sunday – Closed

List of Well-known Indian Restaurants in Malaysia

A majority of Malaysian population comprises of Malays, Chinese and Indians, and thus, the local cuisine is influenced by Chinese and Indian cuisines. Here are a few Indian restaurants that can help during your Malaysian trip, especially if you are a vegetarian:

Restaurant Cuisines Budget*
Restoran Sri Nirwana Maju, Bangsar Indian, Asian, Malaysian ` 486 – 810
Pakeeza Restaurant & Catering, Ipoh Indian ` 178 – 405
Gem Restaurant, Georgetown Indian ` 340 – 648
Pak Putra Tandoori Restaurant, Malacca Indian, Asian ` 340 – 648
Annalakshmi Vegetarian Restaurant, Brickfields Indian, Asian ` 1,134 – 1,620
Source: Trip Advisor, Google Map, Zomato and OpenRice
*Rates are merely indicative and are subject to change based on change in conversion rates

Customer Reviews


Rahul Mehta

I went for a business trip to Kuala Lumpur last year with my colleagues. One of my colleagues lost his passport. Thanks to ICICI Lombard's travel insurance and the Indian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, he was saved a lot of hassle.


Abhishek Pal

I want to thank ICICI Lombard for the timely handling of my claim. I planned a family trip to Malaysia last summer. Due to a medical emergency I had to cancel the trip at the last moment. I am grateful to ICICI Lombard for their assistance and the timely manner in which they processed my claim.


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