Hi, I have already paid for a single entry visa and would like to know if i can change this to a multi entry visa because I will be travelling from Vietnam to China and back to Vietnam before returning home to Australia? Thank you, Roger
Dear Sir, My wife and I are retired SENIORS with Indian Pass Port, living in Singapore on a Social Long Stay Visa. We plan to travel through South East Asia: by train, during the month of August, 2010. Do we need a visa to enter and re-enter Vietnam during our to and fro journey? South East Asia : Singapore, Malaysia,Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, China, Taiwan, North Korea, South Korea and Japan
We are cruising ( 2 adults) in October 2010 and will enter Vietnam on several occassions as the ship sails along the coast. We land at Cai Lang (2 days), Da Nang (1day), Vha Trang (1 day ) and Ho Chi Minh (2days). Does this count as one entry? Yours sincerely Siuna A Reid
I am applying a Vietnam Visa upon on arrival. 1. Does the VOA visa also valid for the package visa of Cambodia and China? Or do I have to apply a separate visa for Cambodia and China whether I have Vietnman Arrival visa? 2. Does the arrival Visa only valid through airport, not any by the border? as We will be backpacking to vietnamn frrom Thailand and Cambodia. let me know asap!
Hi, I am an American citizen and will be traveling in Vietnam later this month. Before going to Vietnam, I will be traveling to Siem Reap and then to Phnom Penh. I was wondering if it will be possible to obtain a Vietnam tourist visa (the less than 15 days option) while in Phnom Penh. Please note that I will only be in Phnom Penh for a weekend (Saturday and Sunday) and a Monday. I noticed that the embassy is closed on the weekends. I would thus have to be able to obtain my Vietnam tourist visa within 24 hours (on Monday), as I will leave early Tuesday morning. Will this be possible to do? I have also considered the Vietnam visa on arrival option, but do not believe that this is an option for me as I will be traveling into Vietnam by land. Also, would it be possible for me to obtain a Vietnam visa while in Siem Reap? How long would that process take?
My husband and I are volunteers for Habitat for Humanity in Vietnam in March. We have a visa approval number for our volunteer work dated from 18th March - 16th April. However we now arrive in Vietnam as tourists on 10th March. Is it ok to get tourist visas from 10th March - 17th March only (not a 30 day visa) as we have been told the visa dates must not cross over. We leave Vietnam 4th April. Thank you for your advice.
In your cost section, you mentioned that the cost calculation does NOT include the stamping fee on arrival in Vietnam. Could you give me an estimate of this fee per pax. In the case that I get my vis in Sydney through the Consulte, is this fee included in the cost I pay them. Thank you very much for your assistance