SINGAPORE: The next time you head to Malaysia, you may no longer need to submit the white embarkation card.
Travellers who used the Causeway and the Second Link in Tuas found out about this during the weekend.
Channel NewsAsia understands that Malaysian immigration authorities had implemented this since last Saturday, on a trial basis.
And during this trial period, travellers only needed to present a valid passport to Malaysian immigration officials, at the checkpoints.
The Malaysian High Commission in Singapore did not confirm how long the trial will last.
It's believed that authorities would decide to implement the new system permanently, only at a later date. -CNA/vm