How to apply for an e-Visa for travel to Vietnam
The e-Visa for Vietnam is one of many provided by the Vietnam Immigration Department for visitors. The 30-day e-Visa can only be used for one entry into the country, and with a credit card payment it costs $25. It takes three work days to complete, and it’s available to citizens of 80 countries.
Visit the e-Visa website for the Vietnamese visa application form
Upload .jpg images of the passport data page and photo
Fill out all of the relevant information from the passport data page
Fill out all of the necessary information about the vacation
Pay the e-Visa charge using any of the available payment methods
Receive and store the registration code.
Requirements for a Vietnam e-Visa?
A passport with a validity of six months
A photo of the entire passport data page in.jpg format
A.jpg format passport photo (4×6, white background, without glasses)
A valid international credit or debit card
A valid email address
Temporary residence in Vietnam
The date of entry and exit, along with entry and exit points and airports
Top destinations in Vietnam
Hà Giang is wild, secluded and breathtaking. This region has some of the greatest vistas in the country, with terraced rice paddies and deep valleys carved into the limestone mountains over thousands of years. Those who enjoy motorcycle trips should try out the Qun B Pass or the M P Lèng Pass for an amazing opportunity to enjoy the area’s natural splendour.
Hanoi’s old quarter
The Old Quarter at Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi, the country’s capital, is rich in history and culture. This is the heart of the city’s tourism, with bustling nightlife and some of the world’s best Vietnamese cuisine. Despite the abundance of activities available, the most important thing is to immerse oneself in Hanoi’s pulsating energy.
Ha Long Bay
Ha Long Bay is a must-see when it comes to Vietnam travel. This natural wonder has become a bit of a cliché because of its widespread commercialisation, but that doesn’t lessen its awe-inspiring beauty. A stay on Cát Bà island or a trip on a reputable tour boat are hugely rewarding, and visitors can check out the adjacent Bai Tu Long bay for a similar experience without the crowds.
There’s a lot more to do at Nha Trang, even if it’s a lot more crowded than other beach towns in southern Vietnam. Those up for a challenge might try jet skiing, surfing or even flyboarding while there. The nightlife is also full of fun.
Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s largest city, lies at the other end of the spectrum from Mui Né, which is noted for its gridlock traffic and noise pollution. This city, originally known as Saigon, has a reputation for being too chaotic for some, but there are many reasons to visit and enjoy this vibrant metropolis. Visitors looking for world-class dining options and a nightlife scene as good as they’ll find anywhere in the region will discover that this is the place to be.
For anyone wanting to escape the heat, Dà Lat is the place to go. The city is constructed on a plateau of 1,500 meters (4,921 feet) above sea level and boasts a cold climate that is difficult to find in Vietnam. The mountain town is a popular vacation destination for families and young couples from Ho Chi Minh City, which, coupled with its rich agricultural tradition, has earned it the nickname “City of Love and Flowers”.
This city was previously the capital of imperial Vietnam, and much of its rich history is still present in the city’s architecture and culture. It all revolves around the Citadel and Imperial City that it protects. The city’s past splendour was sadly diminished due to American bombs during World War II, but there are still remnants to give an idea. It’s also worth sampling some local variants of well-known Vietnamese meals while in Hue.
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