Tourist Visa to Morocco @ Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco Kuala Lumpur

Realized that nobody wrote about this yet. So might as well publish it here for others who would like to get a tourist visa to Morocco at the embassy in Kuala Lumpur.

Location

Embassy located at Selangor Dredging building along Jalan Ampang. You wouldn’t miss it. Google Maps would get you there.

It’s on the third floor. Forgot which wing. But not to worry, there’s a signboard at the ground floor. Get a pass from the South wing.

The embassy is a closed door office. Don’t mistake it to be closed if you come according to its working hours. Just use the radio to call the officer will let you in.

Working Hours

Stated strictly at the counter. Please follow to avoid any disappointment.

  • Submission: 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
  • Collection: 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM
  • Monday – Friday

Processing

It takes two weeks to process the visa. You don’t get the visa instantly. Any lesser time frame than that, then it is up to the embassy and your luck in getting them to help you.

You don’t have to be there in person to submit or collect if you have all the forms completed. Sadly, form is not available on the internet. Travel agencies might have it though and for a certain fee, you can ask travel agencies or anybody you trust to submit on your behalf.

Documents Required & Payment

  1. Passport and copies.
  2. Two passport size photos.
  3. Travel tickets each individually.
  4. Accommodation booking details / confirmation.
  5. RM96 payment (single entry visa). Cash only.

Not a lot of people at the embassy. We were the only ones there for visa application at that time. So don’t worry.

Really excited. If you’re here to look for info, hope this helps. Enjoy your trip!

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2 Comments

  • Abdul Rahim Bin Zainudin

    31 December, 2016 at 7:26 pm

    You may need Malaysian students’ help while in there for bargaining etc. Not many of them but I’d say it’s worthy to have them showing/helping around.

    I would suggest you to go for Fez, Marrakesh, Casablance (well, one day is enough act). If you have extra time, Sahara Tour would be good. You may pick 3d2n or 2d1n packages according to your preference.

    Enjoy the exotic Morocco, and make sure to stay in ryad (Morocco style hotel) instead of a hotel!

    Regards,
    Ex-Maroc