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Malaysian Consulate in Shanghai, China

Malaysia opened its first Consulate office in Shanghai in December 1999 and was located at Equatorial Hotel, Yan'an Xi Lu. In July 2001, the Consulate office moved to CITIC Square, No. 1168 Nanjing Xi Lu until September 2008. At present, Consulate office was located at Dawning Centre, No. 500 Hongbaoshi Lu, Changning District.

Main functions of Consulate General Office of Malaysia in Shanghai is to assist the Embassy of Malaysia, Beijing in enhancing and developing Malaysia-China bilateral relations in related areas of political, economic, social, trade & investment and tourism.

The Consulate General of Malaysia in Shanghai covers the Yangtze Delta - the largest economic region in China, consisting of Shanghai, the largest city in China and the Provinces of Anhui, Jiangsu and Zhejiang. The Yangtze Delta is one of the most populous places in the world and Shanghai is paving the way to help this region's economic prosperity.


Malaysian in Shanghai and above mentioned Provinces may renew their passports through the Consulate General Office. Applicants are advised to submit their applicants well ahead of time e.g. 6 months before the passport expires. For renewal of Malaysian Passport, kindly contact the Consulate General Office for further details.  Requirements for passport renewal are as follows:

• An application form (IM.42-Pin.1/97) – can be downloaded at and print on A4 size paper.
• Malaysian International Passport (original and 2 photocopies of the main page and residence permit)
• Birth Certificate (original and 2 photocopies) - for Malaysians under the age of 12
• Identity Card (original and 2 photocopies)
• 2 coloured photographs, size 3.5 cm x 5.0 cm
• Fee: Payment for the fee of RMB650. Validity of passport 5 years.

Please be informed that the new passport will be produced within 3 months as all application will be forwarded to Malaysian Immigration Headquarters, Putrajaya. As the Consulate General Office will not be able to determine exactly the date when the passport is ready, applicant is advised to kindly wait for the information.

As an option, Malaysian can apply for passport renewal at the Consulate General of Malaysia in Hong Kong as passport renewal issued on the same day.

Malaysian Consulate in Shanghai Location Map
Malaysian Consulate in Shanghai, China

Units 01, Block B - 9th Floor
Dawning Centre, No. 500 Hongbaoshi Road
Changning District
Shanghai 201103
People's Republic of China

Tel : (8621) 6090 0360 (Consulate) / 6090 0390 (Visa)
Fax: (8621) 6090 0371 (Consulate) / 6090 0398 (Visa)

Email: (Consulate); (Visa)

Office Hours : Monday - Friday 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Lost of Travel Documents / Passport Abroad

Report the loss at the nearest Police Station and submit the report to the nearest Malaysian Mission.

Documents required to be submitted are as follows:

◦ A copy of the police report
◦ Other documents that can be used as proof of citizenship as such MyKad, Driving License,
Birth certificate & etc.

An Emergency Certificate will be issued by the Mission which would enable the person to travel home to Malaysia (one way trip).

Emergency Certificate

Requirements for the Emergency Certificate are as follows:

• Form (IM.42C) + Borang Permohonan Perakuan Cemas (IM.41) (Available at the Consulate)
• Original Police Report.
• 2 recent coloured photos (3.5 cm x 5.0 cm);
• Identity card;
• Birth certificate (if any);
• Evidence of RETURN air ticket to Malaysia
• Emergency Certificate fee of RM50.00

Other Services

The Consulate also offers the following services and provides assistance in following cases:

• Registration of absent voters for qualified Malaysians in China;
• Serving judicial documents to defendants in Malaysia or in China;
• Obtaining diplomatic clearance for Malaysian aircrafts flying over or landing in the China territory;
• Locating missing Malaysians in China;
• Arrest of Malaysians in China;
• Death of Malaysians in China; and
• Emergency situation such as riot, flood, earthquake etc.

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