Those are holding ORDINARY passport should take this into consideration before traveling to Vietnam.
- EXEMPTION OF ENTRY VISA TO VIETNAM
If you come from the following countries, you will be exempt from Entry visa to Vietnam with certain duration of stay as follows:- Belarus (Republic) – 15 days; Brunei Darussalam- 14 days; Cambodia (Kingdom) – 30 days; Chile (Republic) – 90 days; Denmark (Kingdom) – 15 days; Finland (Republic) – 15 days; France (Republic) – 15 days; Germany (Federal Republic) – 15 days; Indonesia (Republic) – 30 days; Italy (Republic) – 15 days; Japan – 15 days; Korea (Republic) – 15 days; Kyrgyzstan (Republic) – 30 days; Laos (People’s Democratic Republic) – 30 days; Malaysia – 30 days; Myanmar (Union) – 14 days; Norway (Kingdom) – 15 days; Philippines (Republic) – 21 days; Russia (Federation) – 15 days; Singapore (Republic) – 30 days; Spain (Kingdom) – 15 days; Sweden (Kingdom) – 15 days; Thailand (Kingdom) – 30 days; United Kingdom (UK) – 15 daysSource: http://tiny.cc/keuyazPS: In accordance with Decision No 80/2013/QĐ-TTg of the Prime Minister dated December 27, 2013, holders of foreign passports are exempted from visa requirement for entry into, exit from Phu Quoc island, with duration of stay no longer than 30 days. In case if holders of foreign passports,before entering Phu Quoc, had transit through other international border gate of Viet Nam, he/she also enjoy such exemption.
- APPLY E-VISA
Conditions for being granted e-visa:- Outside Vietnam foreigners;- Holding valid passport;- Not falling into the cases of suspension from entry prescribed in Article 21 of Law on foreigners’ entry into, exit from, transit through, residence in Vietnam. Follow the link to apply (http://tiny.cc/vroyaz) If you are from the 80 countries (http://tiny.cc/1ioyaz). And some of the ports in Vietnam accept E-visa (link: http://tiny.cc/dkoyaz).
Source: Danang Legal Assistance