Vietnam visa for Ireland citizens
Irish citizens are REQUIRED to apply for valid visas to enter Vietnam for tourism and business purposes and meet the entry requirements:
- Irish Passport must be valid for at least 6 months beyond arrival date
- Passport has 2 blank pages for visa stamp
How to apply
Irish passport holders can choose one of the available methods below to apply for a visa to Vietnam:
1 - Visa at local embassyThere is no embassy of Vietnam in Dublin, Ireland. You can contact the embassy of Vietnam in London for assistance.
If you are currently living outside of Ireland, you can you also contact the local embassy in the country where are residing.
2- Visa on arrival
The easiest way for Irish visitors to obtain a Vietnamese visa is to apply for a visa on arrival online at myvietnamvisa.com. You can complete your visa application in just a few simple steps, receive the visa approval letter by email in 3-5 working days and print out the documents to pick up the visa upon arrival at Vietnam airport. See how it works!
Visa on arrival fees for Ireland citizens
|Type of visa||Tourist visa||Business visa||Stamping fee|
|Single 1 month||18||70||US$25|
|Single 3 month||28||95||US$25|
|Multiple 1 month||21||75||US$50|
|Multiple 3 month||43||110||US$50|
*The price table above is for visa on arrival service and quoted in US dollars. If you want to apply through the Embassy of Vietnam in Ireland, please contact the Embassy directly for visa price.
Frequently asked questions
Is it possible for Ireland citizens to get Vietnam tourist Visa on arrival?
Yes, it is possible. See how visa on arrival works.
Visa for Vietnam
Q: I am on a cruise in February stopping 3 times in Vietnam over 1 week. As an Irish passport holder can you advise how I can apply for my visa? I am not arriving there by air. (Linda Marks)
A: You can contact the cruise for visa information. See our guide on how to get a visa for cruise ship passengers.
Vietnam tourist visa
As your visa is valid from 07 March, 2019 through 07 April, 2019, you still need to exit Vietnam before 07 April. If you wish to stay longer than the expiry date, you have two options:
- Apply for a new visa starting from 18 March or your entry date (Not available as you were already in Vietnam)
- Extend your existing visa while you are in Vietnam, however, the procedure is complicated and costly. Please check out our visa extension guidelines for further information.