The Visa Waiver Program enables nationals of certain countries to travel to Vietnam for tourism or business (visitor visa purposes) for a specific of time without obtaining a visa.
|No||Citizens of||Days of Free Visa|
|1||United Kingdom||15 days|
|8||South Korea||15 days|
– International visitors travel to Phu Quoc island will be exempted for 30 days of Vietnam Visa.
– Citizens of ASEAN member countries such as : Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Brunei and Myanmar can enter and exit Vietnam multiple times as they want with a visa-free for a specific of time.
– Citizens countries who entering Vietnam for visa-free under Unilateral Visa Exemption policy of Vietnam, such as citizens of South Korea, Japan, Russia, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, Spain, Belarus and France, have to wait at least 30 days for the next visa-free. From 01 July 2020, when the new immigration laws come into effect, a gap of at least 30 days does not required any more.
This summer, the New Immigration Laws of Vietnam (2020) are said to undergo major changes. In doing so, they hope to attract more foreign visitors while still making sure that illegal workers and criminals won’t be able to get into the country.
Holders of the Philippine passport are now eligible to enter 67 countries without the need to apply for a visa. According to the data gathered by Henley Passport Index, the Philippines has moved higher in the Passport Index ranking.
Myanmar and Vietnam are two of the most popular countries to visit in Southeast Asia these days. Both countries are rich in historical and cultural attractions.
If you’re visiting Vietnam for a holiday, you might be happy to know that the country is extending their visa exemption program. So if you are a citizen of Finland, Belarus, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, South Korea, Japan, and Russia, you can visit the country visa-free for the next 3 years.
Recently, Vietnam’s National Assembly has called for an amendment to the current immigration law of the country (New Immigration Law of Vietnam). And for the first time, Vietnam’s Immigration has finally allowed foreign visitors to change their status while still in the country.
My name is Akio Hashimoto, and I am from Nagoya, Japan. I am an individual who loves to travel to different countries and their cities, experience their culture and heritage, and learn the traditions.