Vietnam Visa Exemption

Overseas Vietnam Visa Exemption Certificate

9 Things to know about Vietnam Visa on Arrival in 2017 According to Decree no.82/2015/ND-CP, article 2, overseas Vietnamese, foreign spouses and children of Vietnamese citizens or overseas Vietnamese are eligible for entry visa exemption if possessing all the following papers: Foreign passports or foreign passport substitutes (below collectively referred to as passports) which remain valid for at least 6 …

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Visa Policy for Travellers to Phu Quoc


Officially, Phu Quoc island is designed to be special economic zone from 2004. Vietnam allows all foreigners to enter the island without a visa and stay no longer than 30 days. After the lawful given time, if you want to stay longer or visit other parts of the country, you will have to apply for a visa. For the 30 …

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From 1st July 2015, holders of UK, German, French, Italian, and Spanish passports are exempted from Vietnam visa if their stay does not exceed 15 days. However, this visa waiver only keeps up until 30th June 2016, so soon comes the “deadline”. There are many wonders in visitors’ mind, but basically “what would be Vietnam policy after June 30?” or …

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Visa exemption agreement between Vietnam-Myanmar

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The visa exemption agreement between Government of Socialist Republic of Vietnam and Republic of the Union of Myanmar for ordinary passport holders becomes effective since 26th October 2013. Under the agreement, citizens of the two countries holding an ordinary passport valid for at least 6 months will be allowed to enter, exit and transit without a visa to Vietnam for …

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Visa exemption debate

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On 3 May, the Ho Chi Minh Travel Association (HTA) sent a proposal to Central Ministries and Sectors on visa exemption policy applied to 7 countries including Japan, the Republic of Korea, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Russia and Finland. HTA proposed not to withdraw the policy because this is the trend of the world which helps remove travel barrier, stimulate tourists to Vietnam. …

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Vietnamese Government plans to extend visa exemption for Russian

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Vietnam Government plans to simplify the entry procedures for Russian passport holders. It is likely that Russian tourists will be exempted  about 30 days at maximum, more than 15 days in comparison with current visa exemption for Russians. From January to March in 2013 the number of Russians entering Vietnam reaches 84,7000 tourists, 50 % increase over the last year …

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Vietnamese Lunar New year

On the special occasions of Vietnamese Lunar New Year and Valentine’s Day, take great pleasure in offering our special thanks with amazing gifts available from 29th January to 29 February, 2013. A promo code of A FREE 1 MONTH SINGLE ENTRY VISA for any visa applications for a couple (male & female applicants). This code is valid until 31st …

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Five reasons why you should not miss Phu Quoc Island when travelling to Vietnam.

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Phu Quoc, mostly called Pearl Island, is the largest island and most unspoiled island of Vietnam. Being fashioned as the “next Phuket”, Phu quoc has many reasons for both domestic and foreign travelers to check out this beautiful paradise. Nevertheless, there are five main reasons for those choosing Phu Quoc as an ideal getaway in Vietnam and Asia including tranquil …

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How to get Vietnam visa from Cambodia


For Cambodia passport holder, NO visa is required if you will stay in Vietnam less than 30 days. For those who are not citizen of Cambodia and not in the Vietnam visa exemption list, or those Cambodia citizens who wish to stay in Vietnam for more than 30 days, a valid Vietnam visa is required.There are two ways for you to get Vietnam visa from this …

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Vietnam visa regulations for those who travel to Phu Quoc Island

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Under regulation on foreign entry into, exit from, and residence in Phu Quoc Island, foreigners and Vietnamese citizens who bear foreign passports can enter Vietnam through cruise ships and then travel to Phu Quoc Island without Vietnam visa. After arriving in Phu Quoc Island, foreign tourists are allowed to stay here for less than 15 days. If they want to travel …

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