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Embassy In Malaysia
by: Sophia

When you arrive in Malaysia, there are a few important bits of information that you should always keep with you. The most important would probably be the number to call in case of an emergency. Next would be the number of your embassy. Other than that, you probably wouldn’t need anything else but SD has realized that there are those numbers that you might want to have on you just in case you run into something unexpected.


It is always important to know what to do in case of an emergency. In Malaysia, the infamous 911 number doesn’t apply. For police and medical assistance, the number to dial is 999. In case of a fire, the fire department can be reached at 994. If you have a mobile phone on you, just dial 112 and you will be connected straight to an emergency hotline.


You probably won’t need to contact your embassy in Malaysia but there are unexpected cases of stolen or lost passports that might require you to contact your embassy. Other instances where you might need to keep in touch with them would be for enquiries on visa and entry requirements. Here’s a list of numbers to the necessary embassies.


Australia: +603-2146 5555

Britain: +603-2170 2200

Brunei: +603-2161 2800

Cambodia: +603-4257 3711

Canada: +603-2718 3333

China: +603-2142 8495

France: +603-2053 5500

Germany: +603-2170 9666

India: +603- 2093 3501

Indonesia: +603-2116 4000

Italy: +603-4256 5122

Japan: +603-2142 7044

South Korea: +603-4251 2336

Laos: +603-4251 1118

Mexico: +603-2164 6362

Myanmar: +603-4256 0280

Netherlands: +603-21686200

New Zealand: +603-2078 2533

Philippines: +603-2148-9989 

Russia: +603-4256 0009

Singapore: +603-2161 6277

Thailand: +603-2148 8222

USA: +603-2168 5000


If you happen to feel slightly lost after arriving, you can also call the Malaysian Tourism Centre. They will be able to help you kick start your holiday by giving you recommendations on what to see and what to do. The number to dial is +603-2163 3664/2164 3929.


In addition to the information above, it is also wise to keep you the contact numbers of your banks with you. If your credit card were to be stolen, you’d have the numbers on you to make a report for the stolen card. Similarly, if you have ATM cards and other bank cards missing, you should always report it immediately and it could be frustrating if you don’t have the phone numbers with you.


Armed with all those numbers, you will probably feel a little at ease when travelling around Malaysia. It might not seem like much but in some cases, having these numbers with you could prove to be a life saver.

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About The Author

Sophia, Writer for Malaysia
Sophia writes for Streetdirectory Malaysia. Robert J. Steiner manages & is an online gifts and flower site in Malaysia. Sophia is a music graduate from Trinity College London. In between classes, she still finds time to write movie and music reviews for various online and print publications. Now venturing into travel writing, she is able to blend both her passion for wordplay with her passion for travel. 

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