If you (Singapore citizens) have recently entered Malaysia at least 4 times in a month, you can apply for a special MACS pass which allows clearance through either Woodlands or Tuas checkpoint without having to fill up the white immigration card.
With the Malaysia Automated Clearance System (MACS) pass – a sticker embedded with a Radio Frequency Identification chip that is stuck in the passport, you can zip through immigration clearance in Malaysia without worrying if their passport has been stamped.
The scope of MACS facility is expanded to Singapore Citizens who has
been issued with the relevant long term immigration pass and
frequently travel within Malaysia and Singapore for the purpose of
working, studying and staying in Malaysia.
MACS pass costs RM30 (S$12.50) and is valid for one year. Spouses and children of frequent travellers can also apply for the pass.
How to Apply for MACS Pass
Application forms are available online at Immigration Malaysia’s web site
at www.imi.gov.my and at Iskandar Malaysia’ s web site at
www.iskandarmalaysia.com.my (only for applicants involved in Iskandar
Malaysia). Hardcopy forms can also be obtained at the MACS One Stop
Completed application forms must be printed, verified by the Malaysian
sponsor and endorsed by the IRDA representative (only applicable for
MACS – Iskandar Malaysia applicant).
Submission of application forms (and relevant supporting documents)
shall be made to the respective MACS One Stop Center. MACS –
Iskandar Malaysia applicants are required to submit the completed
application forms at IRDA’s office.
Applicants are required to be self-present during application process.