Polish Visa is not required for Malaysians
Stay Duration: 90 days
- Travellers from Malaysia can stay in Poland for a duration of 90 days without a visa.
- Intending visitors must have a passport valid for a duration of six months beyond the date of exit from Poland. The passport should have at least two blank pages.
- On entry and exit from Poland, tourists with amounts exceeding EUR 10,000 or the equivalent in another currency (including banker’s draft and cheques of any kind) must be declared.
- Visitors entering Poland with arms and ammunition need a permit issued by the police authority.
- Malaysians must provide proof of a confirmed means of accommodation for their entire stay in the country, which could be in the form of a sponsor letter from a host living in Poland or a hotel reservation.
- Travellers with pets must possess a health certificate issued by an authorized government veterinarian within 10 days of departure and approved by the local health authorities in Malaysia.
- Tourists should also have an onward or return ticket back to Malaysia and must show proof of sufficient funds throughout their stay in Poland.
- Intending visitors can get to Poland from international airports in Malaysia. There are international airports in Kuala Lumpur and Mahe.
- SWISS, Qatar Airways, China Southern and British Airways are some of the Carriers that fly from Malaysia to Poland.
- The estimated flight duration from Kuala Lumpur to Warsaw, Poland is 18 hours, 15 minutes and from Penang Island, it is 18 hours, 45 minutes.
- Poland is dominated by Christians, particularly Roman Catholicism. Other religions include Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism.
- Poland has a temperate climate. The best time for tourists to visit is between March to October.
- Polish is the official language of Poland spoken by the majority of the population of the country. Some of the locals of Poland speak Russian.
- ATMs are available in many parts of Poland, and they can be found in most hotels and major places of business, where credit and debit cards are readily accepted. Other local business outlets strictly accept cash.
- The official currency in Poland is the Polish Zloty. However, visitors can exchange their foreign currencies at various banks and exchange outlets throughout the country.
- A tourist can spends an average of 53 Euro per day on expenses in Poland.
- Getting around in Poland is possible with taxis, trams, buses and trains.
- Wieliczka Salt Mine, Wawel Royal Castle and The Royal Castle in Warsaw are some of the tourist attraction in Poland.
- Poland uses the Central European Summer Time (GMT+1). Malaysia is seven hours ahead of Poland.
- Power sockets and plugs used in Poland are of type C and E. The standard supply voltage is 230 V, with a standard frequency of 50 Hz.
- Pierogi (Polish dumplings), rosol (broth/ chicken soup) , goląbki (cabbage roll), polskie naleśniki (Polish pancakes) and bigos (hunter’s stew) are some of the dishes tourists can enjoy while in Poland.