- Getting a Visa to Vietnam Has Now Become Quick and Easy

Almost all countries and territories need a visa to visit or transit Vietnam. Normally, if you travel to Vietnam, you'll need contact with a Vietnamese embassy in your own country to get a visa. Sometimes getting a visa can be a bit of a challenging process, requiring a lot of time spent at an embassy/consulate.

Hanoi, Vietnam, November 24, 2014 --( Since 2003, the Vietnam Immigration Department has granted visas on arrival service, which means a visa can be stamped at a Vietnam airport.

Travelers just need to send their passport details by submitting an online application form ( and wait 1 - 2 working days to receive the visa approval letter. With this letter, they are allowed to board on the plane and pick up their visa when arriving at Vietnam airports.

What does it cost?

In general, a 30 day single entry visa to Vietnam will cost you 15 USD for the service fee to get the visa approval letter + 45 USD stamping fee at the Vietnam airport. The total fee will be 60 USD for a 30 day single entry visa, much cheaper than getting a visa from the Vietnam embassy. As a result, visa on arrival has been the most convenient way for the people who want to enter Vietnam.

However, this type of visa works for travel by air only, if you plan to visit Vietnam via land border or cruise, you will have to contact the Vietnamese embassy to get a full visa.

Vietnam is one of the most beautiful countries in South East Asia: friendly places, paddy fields, ethnic cultures, idyllic beaches, dynamic & charming cities. Don't let the visa requirement delay or ruin your trip. - The first step to a great trip in Vietnam.
Vietnam Visa Centre
Ryan Nguyen