Kuala Lumpur - Bilateral relations between Malaysia and China have enjoyed a golden period in the first four decades and the next 40 years will see a "diamond era", with the two countries expecting to discuss a reciprocal visa policy.
Currently, the Partial Visa Abolition (PVA) Agreement enables holders of diplomatic passport holders or official/services passports of both sides to enter and stay in both countries for the purpose of official visits, vacation or visiting of relatives for 30 days without visa requirement.
This was finalised and signed in 2009.
Malaysia is currently exploring the scope of the PVA to include all passport holders, said Malaysian Foreign Minister Anifah Aman.
This comes as Malaysia and China are enjoying strong bilateral ties.
Besides the PVA, Malaysia has also implemented the e - visa and eNTRI in 2015.
The full form of eNTRI is Electronic Travel Registration & Information and it refers to a registration facility provided by Malaysia's government to ease out tourist entry under the Visa - Free Program.
Source:The Strait Times