Under Vietnamese law, a tourist visa issued to a foreigner does not exceed 3 months. Usually a visitor visa issued to a foreign national with a one-month term or a visa-free date if your country is included in the list of countries with visa waiver agreements when traveling to Vietnam. After this time if you intend to stay in vietnam longer then need to extend visa vietnam.
The price is referring to it may vary depending on your country and each time. To expire your visa vietnamese please bring your passport with your latest visa attached to the reception of the hangout hostel hcm.
Visa exempt cases:
Overseas Vietnamese and foreigners being spouses or children of Vietnamese residing overseas or Vietnamese citizens shall be exempt from entry visas for Vietnam with the temporary residence duration not exceeding 6 months. For each entry, if there is a valid passport or valid international travel paper, it shall be valid for at least one year and the papers evidencing the visa exemption. The visa exemption period is up to 5 years and shorter than the expiry date of the passport or international travel document of the grantee for at least 6 months. For more information, please visit: http://mienthithucvk.mofa.gov.vn/
Agreements, bilateral visa exemption agreements
Citizens with common passports of Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Laos and Cambodia are exempted from visas in Vietnam for a period of not more than 30 days; Filipinos are allowed to stay for no more than 21 days; Citizens of Brunei and Myanmar are allowed to stay for no more than 14 days; Chilean citizens can stay for no more than 90 days and vice versa.
As of August, 2017, citizens of 81 countries holding diplomatic passports and official passports are exempted from visas to Vietnam and vice versa, including Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Egypt, Albania, Angieri, Angola, Afghanistan, Arap saudi, India, Poland, Bangladesh, Belarus, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Cambodia, Colombia, Colombia, Kuwait, Costa Rica, Israel, Indonesia, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Myanmar, South Africa, Russia, Japan, France, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Spain, China, Thailand, Turkey, Switzerland, Singapore .... specific objects. See detailed information at the website of the Consular Department (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Vietnam): http://lanhsuvietnam.gov.vn
Vietnam exempts unilateral visas for nationals
- Foreigners and Vietnamese holding foreign passports on entry, exit or residence in Phu Quoc Island shall be exempt from visas for a period not exceeding 30 days. In cases where foreigners enter an international border gate of Vietnam (including air and sea routes) and stay in transit areas at such border gates and then transfer to Phu Quoc Island, they shall also be exempt from visas according to regulations.
- From 1 January 2015 to 31 December 2016, nationals of Switzerland, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Russia, Japan and Korea irrespective of the type of passport and the purpose of entry are exempt from entry visas. Vietnam with a temporary residence period not exceeding 15 days from the date of entry.
- From July 1, 2015 to the end of June 30, 1978, citizens of English, French, German, Spanish and Italian nationality irrespective of the type of passport and entry purposes are exempt from entry visas. The period of temporary residence shall not exceed 15 days from the date of entry.
- From July 1, 2015 to the end of June 30, 2020, Belarus citizens regardless of passport type and entry purposes shall be exempt from entry visas for Vietnam with a stay of no more than 15 days from the date entry.