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I'm traveling from New Delhi, India, to Bangkok, Thailand via Kuala Lumpur on Malaysia Airlines.

I have stopover and change of planes At KUL airport.

Will I be required to pass through Immigration at KUL airport again or simply board the next flight?

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If both your flights are on Malaysia Airlines, you do not need to pass through Immigration, just board your next flight.

  • There is still security though! – Gagravarr Mar 30 '15 at 15:26
  • KUL has security at the gates, but they don't need a visa! – jpatokal Mar 30 '15 at 21:37
  • No visa, no, but you do need to allow extra time to get through the at-gate security, so it's not quite as simple as "just board" – Gagravarr Mar 30 '15 at 21:48
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    No, you don't really need to allow extra time, just show up before the gate closes. If there's a queue at the gate, they're still boarding and you're OK; if there is no queue, you can either waltz in, or you've already missed your flight. – jpatokal Mar 31 '15 at 0:10
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    Having done this recently traveling from Beijing to Krabi, Thailand, I can verify that this answer is correct. And even if you do need to change airlines, the international terminals are mostly connected. My girlfriend and I simply had to pass through a line where they re-checked our tickets before we could enter the departure terminal from the one we landed at. – Matthew Herbst Mar 31 '15 at 3:20

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