China Double Entry Business Visa can enter China twice within 6 months and can stay up to 90 days per entry.
Holders of ordinary passports issued by the following 17 countries do not need a visa to enter China as long as their trip does not last longer than the visa-free period listed below. All of these countries have concluded mutual visa-free agreements with China, except for Brunei, Japan and Singapore to which China offers unilateral waivers.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Malaysians entering China are required to have a visa before entering the country. Visa can be obtained from Chinese Embassy in Kuala Lumpur or other country. All Malaysian with valid passports are to enter through passageway for Foreigners.
Malaysia citizens planning to visit China‘s mainland must apply for an entry visa through the Chinese Embassy or Consulate General. With a Malaysia passport, citizens do not need a visa to enter Hong Kong, but travelers who plan to visit China’s mainland while in the region will need a visa to travel from Hong Kong to China.
It is advisable that you apply for a visa one month before your intended date of entry into China but not earlier than three months. The Chinese visa is typically valid for three months. If you apply for a visa too early, the visa may expire before your departure.
The good news: you can apply for a 10–years multiple entry visa that allows you to go back to China as often as you want for 10 years if you holding passport from USA, Canada and Argentina. Unlike the standard tourist visa, a “Duration of Each Stay” of 60 days is no problem at all.
A valid Malaysian passport is required to enter China. Malaysians can enter China with a visa for up to one (1) month for social visits. More details on the subject can be obtained from Chinese Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.