Malaysia International Passport
Travel Restrictions & Travel Bans
Model A : Federation of Malaya 1948 — 1957 (British Malaya)
Model B : Federation of Malaya 1957 — 1963
Model C : Malaysia 1963 — 1970
Model D : Malaysia 1970 — 1984
Model F : Malaysia 1988 — 1998
Model H : ICAO Biometric ePassport 2010 — 2013
Model I : ICAO Biometric ePassport 2013 — 2016
Model J : ICAO Biometric ePassport 2016 — 2017
Model K : ICAO Biometric ePassport 2017 — Current
British Empire & Protection
State of Singapore 1946 — 1963
Border Pass : Malaysia — Thailand (Booklet Edition 2015)
Malaysia Intra Sovereign's Restricted Travel Document
Malaysian Immigration Border Crossing Stampings
Malaysia : Visa Restriction Index
Passport from Bosnia & Herzegovina
Series VI : ICAO Biometric Passport (Generation 2)
Series VII : ICAO Biometric Passport (Generation 3)
Passport from Denmark
British Passport : Series 11 (1938 — 1940) Secretary Edward Frederick Lindley
British Passport : Series 14 (1951) Herbert Stanley Morrison
British Passport : Series 19 (1988 — 1997) European Community
British Passport : Series 20 (1997 — 2006) European Union
British Passport : Series 21 (2006 — 2010) Biometric 'Series A'
British Passport : Series 22 (2010 — 2015) Biometric, 'Scenic Britain'
British Passport : Series 23 (2015 — 2019) Biometric, EU 'Series B : Creative United Kingdom'
Penang & Malacca : British Overseas Citizen
Schengen Visa & Immigration Stamping
United Kingdom Identity Cards & Passports
German Third Reich (1933 — 1945)
News from Media
Documents from Malaysia
Documents from United Kingdom
Documents from Bosnia
Documents from Denmark
Documents from Germany
Documents from Other Countries
Types of Malaysian Travel Documents
ICA - Cessation of Acceptance of Malaysia Restricted Passports
Immigration and Checkpoint Authority
Cessation of Acceptance of Malaysia Restricted Passports
07-Feb-2006 filed under Case Detected at Checkpoints
The Malaysia Immigration Department (MI) stopped issuing and renewing MRPs on 1 Jan 2005 and declared that MRPs would not be valid for travel after 31 Dec 2006.
In line with the international practice requiring all travel documents to have a validity of at least 6 months upon arrival, the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) will cease accepting MRP as a valid travel document to Singapore with effect from 1 July 2006. Malaysian travellers who intend to travel to Singapore, as well as those who intend to apply for any immigration facilities, on and after 1 July 2006 are required to produce valid Malaysia International Passports (MIPs).
Singapore Permanent Residents and Long Term Pass holders (e.g. Long Term Social Visit Pass and Dependant's Pass holders) currently holding MRPs are required to have the valid re-entry permit / pass endorsements in their MRPs transferred to valid MIPs at the relevant departments so as to facilitate clearance at the checkpoints.