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You should be able to contract (schedule) a long distance, one-way, car and driver through most hotels. They will pick you up wherever you request. You will pay a premium for this. You can reasonably expect to have to do some prior coordination depending on vehicle and driver availability. Alternately, there are numerous tour companies that you could ...


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You need to go to the Indian High Comission, in Kuala Lumpa. They can issue you with an emregency certificate, which will enable you to get back to India. You will need to have reported this to the police, filled in two forms, and travel to the Embassy between 09:30 and 12:00 Monday to Friday, and be ready to pay an RM76 fee. You can read about it on this ...


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This government page is fairly clear. As a returning resident or a visitor intending to stay more than 72 hours you may bring total goods amounting to MYR 400 without paying duty (plus some items like new clothing). If you bring more than that (currently a bit over US $100 value), you pay 30% on the excess, so if you brought MYR 450 worth you would pay 15 ...



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