Attention citizens of Germany, France, Italy, Spain, the UK, Northern Ireland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Belarus! We have some exciting news for you. The Vietnamese government, through resolution number 128/NQ-CP, has officially extended the duration of visa-free stay in Vietnam from 15 to a generous 45 days for citizens of your respective countries. This resolution comes into effect immediately, allowing you to explore the wonders of Vietnam for a longer period without the hassle of obtaining a visa.
Regardless of your passport type or entry purpose, you are now eligible to stay in Vietnam for up to 45 days without the need for a visa. Whether you are a tourist seeking breathtaking landscapes, a business professional attending conferences and meetings, or a digital nomad looking for a temporary base, Vietnam welcomes you with open arms. Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture, savor the tantalizing cuisine, and discover the rich history of this enchanting Southeast Asian country.
With 45 days at your disposal, you have the opportunity to explore Vietnam’s diverse regions, each offering unique experiences. From the bustling streets of Hanoi and the picturesque Halong Bay to the ancient town of Hoi An and the vibrant city of Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam has something for everyone. Embark on a spiritual journey to the pagodas of Hue, trek through the lush landscapes of Sapa, or unwind on the pristine beaches of Phu Quoc. The possibilities are endless, and now you have more time to make memories that will last a lifetime.
If, by chance, you find yourself captivated by Vietnam and wish to extend your stay beyond the 45-day visa-free period, fret not. You can easily apply for a 90-day e-visa, granting you an additional three months to delve deeper into this captivating country. The e-visa application process is simple and convenient, allowing you to continue your Vietnamese adventure without interruption. Whether you choose to immerse yourself in the vibrant city life or seek solace in the tranquil countryside, Vietnam is ready to accommodate your desires.
With the visa-free duration extended to 45 days, there has never been a better time to visit Vietnam. Take advantage of this opportunity to explore the country’s mesmerizing landscapes, delve into its rich history, and savor its delectable cuisine. Let Vietnam captivate your senses and leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. Pack your bags, embark on this extraordinary journey, and experience the magic of Vietnam.
*Note: Please ensure you have a valid passport with at least six months’ validity from the date of entry.*
For more information, visit our official website or contact your local Vietnamese embassy or consulate.
*Disclaimer: The information provided in this announcement is subject to change. Please refer to the official government sources for the most up-to-date regulations and guidelines regarding visa-free entry to Vietnam.*
Vietnam has recently announced the approval of the revised Vietnam Immigration Law, which allows citizens of countries subject to Vietnam’s unilateral visa exemption to stay in the country for up to 45 days without needing a visa. This new policy will come into effect on August 15, 2023.
As part of its initiatives to control the rapid spread of the coronavirus, also known as Covid 19, Vietnam has suspended issuing new visas to all foreign nationals. Not only that, but Vietnam has also stopped the visa-free entry of those foreigners who are part of the visa waiver policy.
Vietnam is among those countries that have to close borders when the coronavirus started spreading fast. As a country that has a thriving tourism economy, closing its borders has been a truly difficult decision.
The Swedes are among the top foreign visitors of Vietnam and they have the privilege of entering the country visa-free. In 2019, there are more than 50,000 Swedish nationals who came to Vietnam for a holiday.
It’s clear that the Covid 19 pandemic has brought chaos in the world of travel and tourism. This, after airlines around the world, has canceled flights and several countries have to make the unfortunate decision of closing their doors to foreign visitors.
The Covid 19 pandemic has presented the tourism industry with a major challenge. In Vietnam, the country has to close its tourist sites and prevent the entry of all foreign visitors.
During the height of the coronavirus outbreak from 2020, Vietnam has decided to temporarily suspend the visa waiver program. Under the program, citizens of certain countries will be able to enter Vietnam for a certain period of time without the need to apply for a visa.