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