Travelling abroad for medical treatment can be a physically and emotionally stressful experience. At CVSKL, we are at your service before you even start your journey from home. With outstanding personal commitment, our team is dedicated to provide our guests/patients with what they deserve – service from the heart that exceeds their expectations.
Our priority is to make every patient’s stay as comfortable and hassle-free as possible.
We are available to answer any queries and our services include:
- the opportunity to coordinate with our specialists for the appropriate treatment options based on your medical report and potential estimated costs,
- providing supporting documents for visa applications (if necessary),
- arranging airport transfers
- organising hotel or accommodation – we have special corporate rates with hotels and serviced apartments within the vicinity of our hospital,
- providing language assistance – interpreters are available, with prior notice,
- assisting with visa extensions should your treatment exceed your initial visit pass, and
- booking/arranging sightseeing tours for accompanying family members.
Effective 1st May 2022:
Fully vaccinated travellers and children aged 12 and below are exempted from pre-departure and on-arrival tests. In Malaysia as of April 2022, fully vaccinated is defined as
18 years old and above who have received two primary doses of the Sinovac vaccine and 60 years old and above who are fully vaccinated with any type of COVID-19 vaccine are required to get a third dose of vaccine (booster) to keep their fully vaccinated status. This applies to all citizens and non-citizens.
|Type of COVID-19 vaccines||No. of doses||18 to 59 years old||60 years old and above|
|2 doses||Partially vaccinated|
|3 doses||Fully vaccinated|
|2 doses||Fully vaccinated||Partially vaccinated|
|3 doses||Fully vaccinated||Fully vaccinated|
Johnson & Johnson
|1 dose||Fully vaccinated||Partially vaccinated|
|2 doses||Fully vaccinated||Fully vaccinated|
Malaysia will also accept COVID-19 vaccines that are not listed under the World Health Organisation’s Emergency Use Listing but are approved by regulatory agencies in other countries.
Partially or unvaccinated travellers must take a RT-PCR test 2 days before departure and a supervised RTK-Ag test within 24 hours of arrival. They must undergo quarantine for 5 days.