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Similar technology is used in the Malaysian identity card, My Kad.

The biometric data included on the Malaysian passport is a digital photograph of the bearer's face, and images of their two thumbprints.

With this the passport now holds 50 pages instead of 48 pages. A 50-page ICAO e-passport valid for five years costs RM200.

Senior citizens, children below 12 years old, Hajj pilgrims, and students below 21 years old with proof to study abroad are entitled to half price from normal price.

There are three types of Malaysian passports: The regular international passport is the ordinary passport issued to Malaysian citizens for international travel.

The regular international passport has incorporated biometric features since 1998.

However, citizens travelling directly from Peninsular Malaysia may produce a Malaysian identity card, or birth certificate for children below 12 years, obtain a special immigration printout form (Document in Lieu of Internal Travel Document, IMM.114) at immigration counters for social/business visits up to 3 months, and keep the form until departure.

The Official Passport is issued exclusively to Malaysian government officials travelling on official business.

As Malaysia does not recognise nor have diplomatic relations with the state of Israel, Malaysian passports bear the inscription: "This passport is valid for all countries except Israel".

Likewise, Israeli passport holders are not permitted to enter Malaysia without written permission from the Malaysian Ministry of Home Affairs.

It is issued by the Immigration Department of Malaysia upon request through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Wisma Putra).