If you are a regular passport holder and are looking to get short-term Russian visa Tourist, Private, Student, Business, Humanities, Transit or Work, you need to apply in a Russian Visa Application Center, not at the Consulate. This does not apply to those holding diplomatic and service passports.
The first thing to do is to check the requirements for your visa. You can do this on the website of the Visa Center. When all necessary documents are collected, you can fill out a visa application form. Please note that this form may only be completed online, the handwritten form is not acceptable. You can search for Russian consulate in Malaysia from various web sources.
We strongly recommend that you copy and save your log and password details when you are going to engage in this form in case you want to change some of the details later.
Part destination, date and details of organizations invited to the application form must be completed in accordance with the details of the invitation or travel vouchers.
When it comes to questions about the countries you have visited in the last ten years, you can mention only the countries that are stamped passport upon arrival/departure. Also, you can mention only your last visit to a country where you are traveling a few times, you do not need to list all year when you visit the same countries except Russia.
In previous work and study part, you do not need to enter an exact address, a city (town) and the state will be enough. If you do not remember the phone number of these organizations, you can put "00000000000".
After filling the form, you need to print it out, but the date and sign it. You can usually apply in person, by mail or through an agent, but if you are going to Russia to work, you must apply in person at the Visa Center either in London or Edinburgh.
Once you receive your passport, visa checks directly: dates and spelling of your name. If something is wrong, the Visa Center will take back the passport and correct its mistakes.