The Restricted Travel Passport was has limitation to places the bearer was permitted to visit. This Malaysia Restricted Passport
was meant for Malaysian citizen to allow passage between West Malaysia and Singapore.
This passport was issued to Tan Teik Oh
in 1967 in Johore Bahru.
Unlike subsequent issues, this one do not state the fee. However, on page 4, it was noted the renewal costs $3.50 in 1972.
IMMIGRATION STAMPINGS & VISAS
The holder was given permission to work in Singapore as there is a Work Permit
issued by Commissioner for Employment Singapore
on page 7.
Permitted only for travel between West Malaysia and Singapore.
||Cover: Dark Blue
Hot foil stamping
|Front Cover - Interior Side
||Limited travel permission information.
||Passport Holder's Information
||Passport Holder's Photo
Passport Holder's Signature
Passport Issuing Authority
|Page 6 to 64
||Pages for Immigration Stamps / Notes
|Back Cover - Interior Side / Endpaper
||Notes & Regulations
NOTES & REGULATIONS
|This document is issued solely to facilitate the movement of the holder to and from Singapore and is not valid for travel to and from places other than Singapore.
|This is a valuable document and must not be altered in any way, nor should it be allowed to fall into the hands of an authorised person.
If it is lost or destroyed, the holder should report the fact and circumstances of such loss or destruction to the nearest Immigration Office in Malaysia, and lodge a report with the local police.
Application for a replacement may be made to the Immigration Office where the loss or destruction is reported; but replacement of a lost RESTRICTED MALAYSIA PASSPORT will only be made after exhaustive enquiries.
This document should not be sent out of Malaysia by post.
This document may be renewed at any Immigration Office in the States of Malaya.