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We are planning to visit Malaysia(for 2 days) by Train from Singapore. We were told by the Malaysian Consulate in San Francisco that we can get visa upon arrival at the border(BTW, my country of origin needs visa enter into Malaysia). I would like to know what the experience is going to be.

For example,
1. As we are traveling by the night train, how long the train will stop at the border so that we can take care of the Immigration/Visa matters.
2. What should we expect during the immigration process.
3. Any special thing to note?
4. In general, any experience you can share regaring this will help us during our trip.

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