Vatican Apostolic Nunciature in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

You will find information such as contact info, email, website address, opening hours and direction to the Vatican Apostolic Nunciature in Kuala Lumpur. The Embassy helps the government of Vatican City (Holy See) to maintain cordial economic, political, cultural, social and other transnational ties with the government of Malaysia.


Head of Mission :
Archbishop Joseph Salvador Marino, Apostolic Nuncio

Consular Services
Consulate services including visa, passport, document legalization, emergency travel document and assistance, and so on are provided by the embassy and/or consulate. Be sure to contact them ahead on how to book an appointment or be properly directed.

Appointment booking can be done via phone call during the official opening hours. The consulate may have dedicated support for Vatican City (Holy See) in Malaysia, or prioritize their appointments

Visa and Passport
If you want to know more about the types of Visas for your travel to Vatican City (Holy See) or more information, you can get more information Vatican City (Holy See) Visa.

Visa types granted by Vatican City (Holy See) are;

  • Vatican City (Holy See) Tourist visa
  • Vatican City (Holy See) Business visa
  • Vatican City (Holy See) Medical visa

Travel Insurance
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Vatican City (Holy See) Representation in Malaysia
Vatican City (Holy See) is well represented in Malaysia by Vatican Apostolic Nunciature in Kuala Lumpur . The Embassy is located in the capital city of Malaysia and may (may not) provide the same services of the consulate located in another city. It is crucial to call for direction.

Malaysia Representation in Vatican City (Holy See)
Malaysia is also well represented in Vatican City (Holy See) by Malaysian Embassy in Vatican . The Malaysia Embassy is located in the capital city of Vatican City (Holy See) and may (may not) provide the same services of the Malaysian consulate located in another city. It is crucial to call for direction.

Vatican City (Holy See) and Malaysia Representation in the World
Both countries have good bilateral relationships and they are well represented in different countries around the world. Vatican City (Holy See) has 108 Embassies and Consulates worldwide while Malaysia has 146 Embassies and Consulates worldwide.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) disease the Vatican Apostolic Nunciature in Kuala Lumpur could have adjusted its office hours or services. Please do confirm personally.

Disclaimer
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The purpose of your intended travel (Tourist, Business, Studies or etc) and other facts will determine what type of visa is required under Vatican City (Holy See) immigration law. As a visa applicant, you will need to establish that you meet all requirements to receive the category of visa for which you are applying.