All visitors, whether individually or in group, institution, and organization within and outside of the country can visit the Parliament of Malaysia.
 
Visits are only allowed during the working days and visits during public holidays are not allowed.
 
Visitors who wish to visit must first make an application and must abide the rules below:
 
i) All arrangements for the visits will be conducted  by Corporate Relation Unit of the Parliament of Malaysia. Application letter shall be submitted to the address below:
 
Corporate Communication Division
Parliament of Malaysia
Level 8, Parliament Building
50680 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: (603) 2601 7329/7330
Fax: (603) 2072 7436
Email: info@parlimen.gov.my / pro@parlimen.gov.my

 
ii) The application letter must state the applicant’s number and fax number. (Example of Application Letter).
iii) Besides that, the application can be made through online application.
iv) Visitors are required to show permission letter at the Guard House of the main entrance of the Parliament complex. Tour leaders are required to submit a complete list of the visitors' full names, identification numbers, and current addresses. Only those who are listed in the list are allowed to follow the proceedings.
v) All visitors must abide with the dress code while in the Parliament Building which are:


 
DRESS CODE AND RULES FOR PUBLIC VISITORS WHILE VISITING THE PARLIAMENT
 
DRESS CODE

MEN

 
1) Lounge suit and tie
2) Long sleeved shirt with tie
3) Long sleeved batik
4) Baju Melayu complete with samping and songkok
5) Dark coloured long slacks
6) Leather shoes


LADIES
 
1) Baju kurung or Long Kebaya/Long sleeved blouse
2) Long Skirt (must be below knee)
3) Other national dress e.g. Cheongsam, Sari with sleeve and others
4) Slack
5) Other clothes that are neat and decent
6) Covered shoes


SCHOOL STUDENTS
 
1) School uniform


 

CLOTHES THAT ARE NOT ALLOWED

1) T-shirt/jacket
2) Sleeveless shirt/short-sleevet
3) Jeans
4) Tight and body-hugging clothes
5) Slippers/sport shoes
6) Round collar shirt


VISITORS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO:
 
1) Bring children (six years old and below)
2) Smoke
3) Take pictures when in the Parliament Building
4) Bring handphone, camera, and other types of communication device into the Gallery of both Houses
5) Carry dangerous items deemed as threat to security

Visitors are required to be punctual and to meet on the agreed time of visit.
 

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