From March 25, Vietnam Government has temporarily suspended all international flights in an effort to prevent the spread of the Covid-19. In the present, Vietnam is planning to resume international flights due to no new Covid-19 cases recorded for a few weeks. Since March 6, Vietnam has confirmed a total of 288 people tested positive for the Covid-19, including both …Read More »
Vietnam Visa Information
The amended law on Vietnamese immigration in 2020
The Vietnamese National Assembly has promulgated the amendments to the immigration law for foreigners in Vietnam which will put into effect on 01 July 2020. The important changes are highlighted below: In-country change of visa category The current immigration regulations require foreign nationals to exit Vietnam and re-enter if they want to change their immigration purpose, which creates an administrative …Read More »
7 Most Common Questions about Vietnam Visa Extension during the Covid-19 Outbreak
Recently, we have received so many emails questioning about the visa extension in Vietnam due to the newest measures of the government – suspending visa issuance for all countries and closing borders due to the Covid-19 Outbreak. These decisions have raised great concern among ex-pats who staying in Vietnam cannot return their home countries during this time and face some …Read More »
CAN YOU TRAVEL TO VIETNAM NOW? IF NOT, THEN WHEN?
CAN YOU TRAVEL TO VIETNAM NOW? IF NOT, THEN WHEN? (VIDEO VERSION) Writing version: Hello Hien Giercke here and welcome to this episode from Vietnam Visa Easy. And this episode is absolutely about the ongoing contagious virus CORONA that has brought down a big city in China, Korea and now spreading crazily in some European countries. What about here in …Read More »
Covid-19: Changes in Vietnam visa
Hello! To anyone who has concerns about the latest news over the recent visa changes in Vietnam due to the coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak. This post will provide you with complete visa information since the outbreak started till March 18, 2020. In case you didn’t know, Covid-19 is a new disease – a type of coronavirus – that can affect your …Read More »
Tourism Activities Shutdown in Vietnamese Provinces and Cities Due to Covid-19 Outbreak.
As of 13th, March, the total number of Covid-19 patients rose to 45, many of the cases were international tourists, many Vietnamese provinces and cities has stopped tourism activities at many locations and/or the entire city, cancelled traditional festivals, places with largely populated tourism activities as a response to the potential Covid-19 Outbreak. According to The Ministry of Health, their …Read More »
Vietnam Visa Run to Moc Bai Border in Only ONE Day!
Are you enjoying your time in Vietnam but finding yourself running out of visa validity? If you’re looking to extend your stay and explore options beyond the usual visa extension process, you’ve come to the right place! This article aims to guide you through a popular alternative known as a “Visa Run.” So, let’s dive in and discover how you …Read More »
Banh Mi: A National Cuisine – Things You should Know
On the journey of discovering the beauty of exotic Vietnam, no one that has never see or experience Banh Mi themselves. From every corner of Vietnam city, streets and small alleys, there will always be at least one street vendor to offers you Vietnam’s finest traditional cuisine, the Banh Mi. You would make a fool of yourself travelling to Vietnam …Read More »
March 10th, Covid-19 updates: 34th confirmed cases in Vietnam.
After 28 days of no new Covid-19 case recorded since 13 February and the recovery of 16/16 infection cases, there were only 4 – 5 days left and Vietnam would announce to be deleted from the global list of “destinations with the risk of community spread of Covid-19”. But from the night on 5th March until now, Vietnam has recorded …Read More »
Wuhan Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak Update: Is Vietnam Safe to Travel?
For international tourists who are still wondering whether Vietnam is a safe country to travel during Coronavirus Outbreak or not? The answer is YES! As Coronavirus is vulnerable to high temperatures, the weather warming up across Vietnam is a good condition to slow down or even prevent the spread of the new Coronavirus. Since 13 February 2020, there has been …Read More »