May 17, 2020
Visa tips

Vietnam e-visa for cruise ship passengers

Passengers who visit Vietnam on a cruise ship can also apply for e-visa. You should carry your passport and e-visa with you always when you travel and land. If there is more than one stop in Vietnam you can get an entry visa from the first port and complete the departure procedure at the last port. In the ports in between, you should show your passport and visa for verification. The cruise ship ports in Vietnam include:

  1. Ho Chi Minh City Seaport (in Ho Chi Chi Minh city or Saigon city)
  2. Hai Phong Seaport (in Hai Phong city)
  3. Quy Nhon Seaport (in Quy Nhon city, Binh Dinh province)
  4. Hon Gai Seaport (in Quang Ninh city)
  5. Da Nang Seaport (in Da Nang city)
  6. Vung Tau Seaport (in Vung Tau city)
  7. Nha Trang Seaport (in Nha Trang city)
  8. Chan May Seaport (in Hue  city)
  9. Duong Dong Seaport (in Phu Quoc island)
  10. Cam Pha Seaport (in Quang Ninh city)
  11. Nghi Son Seaport (in Thanh Hoa province)
  12. Vung Ang Seaport (in Ha Tinh province)
  13. Dung Quat Seaport (in Quang Ngai province)

Frequently Ask About Vietnam e-Visa



Every year Vietnam is visited by many people. It has many tourist spots that makes the visit more memorable one for the visitors.

If you’re cruising in Vietnam, you are probably wondering how to go about applying for a Vietnam e-visa for Cruise Ship Passengers. Vietnam is becoming one of the most popular destinations for cruising excursions in Southeast Asia.