Frequently Asked Questions
Can I change travel dates?
When you book a vacation, it is for a specific flight on a certain date. To change travel dates, you must cancel your original reservation and make a new reservation at the current price. If you have already paid for your travel package, cancellation fees may apply.
Do I need a Passport or Visa?
A valid passport or other travel documents recognised by the Malaysian government are required. The former must be valid for at least 6 months at date of entry and the latter should be endorsed with a valid re-entry permit.
Note: All visitors must also have proof of adequate funds and an onward or return sea or air ticket.
Do I need a visa to travel to Selangor, Malaysia?
It is best to get more complete up-to-date information at the nearest Malaysian Embassy should there be any changes.
Do I need to tip?
Tipping is at your own discretion and not customary. However, if you think the service is good, you can go ahead and reward as you please.
Do I need travel insurance?
Travel insurance is not required but is strongly recommended to protect yourself against any unforeseen circumstances.
I am an independent traveller. Are there any vacation packages for me?
TSSBs vacation packages are for everyone whether you are an independent traveller looking for good value or searching for an all-inclusive vacation experience. TSSB’s packages are flexible, so that you could customize them around your needs.
Is Selangor a safe place to travel?
Selangor is one of the most pleasant, hassle-free places to visit in South-East Asia. Located in Malaysia, a multicultural nation of friendly, warm hearted people, it is also one of the most buoyant and wealthy states in the country.
What are the main religions practised in Selangor?
World religion such as Islam, Christianity, Buddhism and Hinduism are practiced alongside animistic beliefs. Mosques, churches and temples can be found in many towns.
What do I need to know about the currency?
The Malaysian currency is called the Ringgit. Ringgit banknotes are issued in the following denominations: 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 Ringgit. Smaller values are issued as coins. 1 Ringgit = 100 Sen.
Local currency can be imported and exported for free up to amounts of 1000 Ringgit. Foreign currency can be imported for free and exported for free up to amounts equivalent to or exceeding 10,000 Ringgit.
What is the time difference to Selangor, Malaysia?
The Malaysian Time Zone is GMT +8 Hours.
Will my electrical appliances/computer/chargers etc. work in Selangor, Malaysia?
Voltage in Malaysia is 230 Volt. 220V appliances usually work without problems. You have to bring a special adapter for the 2-pronged sockets used in Malaysia. Some operators provide special 110 Volt facilities for American clients. Please check with us for details.