I hope to visit Vietnam in December for two weeks (I am a UK citizen) but my passport expiry date is January 2010. Will I have to renew my passport before travelling even though it is still valid when I leave Vietnam?
To whom it may concern, I would like to enquire about the different types of visas to Vietnam. The travel agency suggested that I need to get Type C visa, to eliminate the minimum USD that I need to bring to Vietnam. If I do not apply Visa through travel agency, do I still get exemption on the amount of money I bring with me? Also, I would like to know if this "Apply Online" feature can be used among citizens of Hong Kong, or do I need to apply Vietnam visa through their Embassy in Hong Kong? Looking forward to your soonest respond, as I will need to apply within the next 2 days. Very much appreciated for your help. Thanks & regards, Ellen
I understand that Singaporean enter into Vietnam need a valid date of minimum 6 months. I will lead a groups of 23 students to Vietnam, Ho Chi Ming City for a community project at a Primary school for 14 days. Two of my students have Singapore passport with expiry date till Mar 2010. We are leaving for Vietnam on 21 Sep so the validity is slightly less than 6 months. Can they enter vietnam without extend their passports ? Thanks and regards
I would like to bring 2 Husky puppy with me when I go to Viet Nam to visit my family. What is paper required for travel from Los Angeles to Ho Chi Minh through Taipei ? Please respond as soon as possible cause we are leaving in 09/03/2009. Thanks so much for your time.
As my husband Graham and I will be travelling by ship, which is the Diamond Princess, and will be arriving at Ho Chi Minh City (Phu My) on 25th November 2009 and arrive at 7 a.m. and depart at 5.30pm on the same day, we would like to obtain a visa for us to do so as soon as possible. What do we need to do to obtain same? Do we need to send a photo plus our passport plus the visa fee expense to your Embassy. Could you please advise us how we can obtain our visa for this visit. Many thanks, and much appreciated for your assistance. Audrey Pearson.