A lot of foreigners visiting Vietnam have ended up staying in the country for a much longer time. Who can blame them? This beautiful country in Southeast Asia is home to several historical attractions.

After several months of closing its borders to curb the spread of Covid-19 disease, Vietnam is finally opening to International travels on Sept. 15.

Vietnam is such a beautiful country. A lot of travellers would go there for a short holiday only to end up staying longer.

If you need a Vietnam visa on arrival, you might want to take advantage of the fast track assistance service. With this service, you will get your visa at the airport fast and easy.

Vietnam is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia today. It is for this reason why Vietnam’s airports are often too busy.

Vietnam’s Ministry of Transport has recently submitted a proposal to the National Steering Committee for the Prevention and Control of Covid-19 to restore some international routes that will transport foreign visitors in and out of Vietnam. As per the direction of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, the Ministry of Transport has organized a meeting with

Vietnam’s Ministry of Transport has sent a proposal to the country’s Prime Minister about reopening international routes to foreign visitors. The initial plan is to resume flights to six international destinations.

Vietnam has so far been doing well in its fight against COVID-19. Compared to other Asian countries, Vietnam has a low number of confirmed cases and fatality rates.

Foreigners planning to enter Vietnam for business-related activities must request a Vietnam Business Visa, which is a short-term visa. This visa is required for foreigners with business transactions in Vietnam, but do not possess a work permit.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam has recently proposed to operate International flights on September 15 to six different countries, including China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Laos, and Cambodia. Other relevant agencies will also submit their plans to the National Steering Committee for Covid-19 Prevention and Control regarding the said proposal.

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