foreigners own Japanese, South Korean, Finland, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and Russian passports are permitted to enter Vietnam for traveling or business purpose.
(PRWEB) April 28, 2014
Thanks to the Vietnam bilateral visa exemption agreement, citizens from 73 countries are able to stay in Vietnam without a visa between 15 and 30 days. A full list of these countries is now posted on the homepage of vietnamvisa.org. Recently, this site added 7 nations in the Vietnam Visa exemption list. Citizens with an ordinary passport are permitted to live in Vietnam within 15 days.
Pursuant to the unilateral visa exemption agreement, Japanese, South Korean, Finland, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and Russian passport holders are permitted to enter Vietnam for traveling or business purposes. For instance, Swedish, Norwegian and Finland citizens are allowed to stay in Vietnam for 15 days. Japanese, South Korean and Russian citizens have with ordinary passports are granted 15 days.
The site was operated by Smile Travel Vietnam company in 2008, and continues to provide a fast visa service for travelers. It is estimated that there are 1000 views, and that 90 % of visitors use the visa on arrival service.
To get further details, please contact at sales(at)vietnamvisa(dot)org or call +84 988 580 614.