In the middle of this page, you would see a header (in bold and in red) Temporary Resident Visa / Permits and Travel Documents Application Process. A few things to note here: To start applying, you will either click the CIC website link in Step 1 or the Online Application Form link in Step 2.
Expand the first option, “Temporary Resident Visa / Permits and Travel Documents – In-Person Application Process”. Both will redirect you to the High Commission of Canada in Singapore. Because High Commission of Canada in Singapore is the authorized office to grant visas to Malaysians.
On this page, it tells you some info about who and what services are offered by VFS Global, CVAC and the Citizenship and Immigration of Canada (CIC).
In order to complete your Live Scan transaction you will need to bring with you the Live Scan Request form issued to you by the requesting agency or downloaded from links listed below, your choice of payment method and a valid form of government issued picture identification such as driver license, identification card, military identification or passport.
From the east to the west, south to the north, each province has something special to offer. Yes, I must admit that it is slightly tedious and lengthy in comparison to most European countries that we, Malaysians are granted visa-exemptions or visa on arrival entry, but please do not let the visa application process be a deterrent for you to visit Canada.
In my opinion, they are very humble and approachable. I forgotten my cabin bag in a cab recently (it had 2 laptops, 1 camera and 1 hard disk in it) and I got it back without anything missing. I do understand that apart from the very steeply priced plane ticket (yes, it can be very expensive to travel to this part of the world), another factor that puts people off from visiting Canada is the visa application process.
Secondly, this rough guide is for those who are applying in person at the VFS Global, the official Canadian Visa Application Centre (CVAC) in Kuala Lumpur.