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Vietnam Visa Exemption: Visa-Free Entry now extended to 45 Days, instead of 15 days

July 20, 2023

In a move that has made a wow to the travel industry, Vietnam has announced a remarkable extension to its visa-free stay period. Effective from mid-August 2023, citizens of 13 countries will now be able to enjoy a stay of 45 days in this captivating country, immersing themselves in its rich culture, awe-inspiring landscapes, and bustling markets. This groundbreaking adjustment opens up a world of opportunities for both leisure travelers and business professionals.

Hanoi City Tour

Foreign tourists visit the Temple of Literature in Hanoi

To take advantage of this generous visa exemption, there are a few requirements that must be fulfilled.

  • The applicant must be a citizen of a country that has a visa exemption agreement with Vietnam.
  • A passport validity must be at least six months from the date of entry.
  • Accommodation for the trip in Vietnam can be advised to show.
  • Return tickets should be required.

The complete list of countries eligible for this extension to 45 days as follows:

Country Current Visa Exemption New Visa Exemption
from 15 Aug 2023
Russia 15 days 45 days
Belarus 15 days 45 days
Japan 15 days 45 days
South Korea 15 days 45 days
Denmark 15 days 45 days
Norway 15 days 45 days
Sweden 15 days 45 days
Finland 15 days 45 days
United Kingdom 15 days 45 days
Germany 15 days 45 days
France 15 days 45 days
Italy 15 days 45 days
Spain 15 days 45 days

So, note on your calendars and get ready to embark a remarkable journey, Vietnam always warmly welcome you to unveil its treasures. Whether you’re a leisure traveler seeking an unforgettable escape or a business professional looking to make your mark, the extended visa-free stay period ensures that Vietnam’s wonders are yours to behold. Experience the magic and embrace the opportunities that await in this captivating land.