New visa policy comes into force in Vietnam

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Vietnam, as planned, launched an e-visa system for all citizens from August 15 countries, and also increased the length of stay & nbsp; without a visa for citizens of 13 countries. Multiple entry is possible.

From  August 15:

– visa-free entry for citizens of 13 countries, including Russia and Belarus, is now possible for up to 45 days, and not up to 15, as before. At the border, a passport will be stamped with the date before which you must leave the country;

 – the validity period of tourist e-visas in Vietnam has been increased from 30 to 90 days. They can be issued by citizens of all countries. The visa will be multiple entry, that is, with an unlimited number of arrivals.

Foreigners can enter the country with e-visas through 13 airports. Among them is Cam Ranh, through which Russians usually fly to the resorts of Nha Trang, as well as Phu Quoc, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. There are also 16 land and 13 sea border crossings open to tourists.

E-visa application form for individuals – /tthc?matt=26277

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In the absence of direct flights to Russia, tourists need to spend about a day flying to Vietnam through third countries. After the launch of the flight program from Irkutsk to Hanoi in June, IrAero also announced the preparation of flights to Cam Ranh Airport from Irkutsk, Krasnoyarsk, Khabarovsk and Vladivostok

Currently, only IrAero flies from Russia to Vietnam – twice a week from Irkutsk to Hanoi.


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