Your Visa for Vietnam
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Visa for Vietnam

We are a travel agency acknowledged by ministry of tourism, culture and sport (License 001-212/2010/TCDL-GP LHQT) and therefore entitled to act as intermediary between travelers wishing to enjoy this service and department of immigration of local.

If you want to get your Visa for Vietnam avoiding long and expensive bureaucratic procedures here is a way to get your visa upon arrival in Vietnam. It is the quickest and cheapest way. In order to do that you must hold a visa approval letter, validated by Vietnamese immigration department. The letter will allow you to leave your country without visa and to get one upon your arrival at the airport in Vietnam. This procedure is known as “Visa on arrival”.

The 4 Steps


Fill the Form

Fill the Visa application form, entering the exact personal information of the applicant(s) and stating clearly what kind of visa you need, then click on “send”


Confirm and Pay

You can make the payment with your Credit / Debit card via OnePay / Paypal. Payment will be secured by the SSL System (secure socket layer)


Wait and Get approval letter

After receiving confirmation of the payment we’ll send by mail, within few working days (normal or urgent procedure), the visa approval letter validated by Vietnam immigration authorities.


Show & Enjoy

You will have to show this document at the check-in desk on your departure to Vietnam On your arrival at the airport in Vietnam, you’ll have to go to the “visa on arrival” counter with the letter, 2 pictures passport size and 25$ or 50$ according to the type of visa.

The Fees

We temporarily stop supplying visa services due to policies of the Immigration Department. We're going to supply when everything is ready

Type of VISA Time requested to issue the visa approval letter Price for 1 person Price from 2 persons
Single entry 1 month Normal (3 – 4 working days) Cancel US$ Cancel US$
Urgent (1 – 2 working days) Cancel US$ Cancel US$
Multiple entry 1 month Normal (3 – 4 working days) Cancel US$ Cancel US$
Urgent (1 – 2 working days) Cancel US$ Cancel US$
Single entry 3 months 3 – 4 working days Cancel US$ Cancel US$
Multiple entry 3 months 3 – 4 working days Cancel US$ Cancel US$

The Form

VISA Option

Visa detail review

Number of visa

Type of VISA

Purpose of Visit

Processing time

Total service fee

Any Normal order must be sent at least 10 days before the departure for Vietnam.

Any Urgent order must be sent at least 2 days before the departure for Vietnam.

Applicant Information (Passport must be valid 06 months after the date of return)

No Full name (as on passport)* Passport Number Passport Expiration Date Nationality Date of Birth (mm/dd/yy) Gender

Flight Information

Contact Information (for issuing invoice and online payment)

Payment Options

The News

UNESCO heritage site in Vietnam’s capital to become cultural park

The site of the UNESCO-recognized Thang Long Imperial Citadel in Hanoi will turned into a cultural and historical park with its remains preserved in underground glass display. Continue reading →

Sa Pa aims to capture international tourists

Sa Pa town in the northern province of Lao Cai is set to become an international standard tourist site able to receive 3-4 million visitors annually by 2030. Continue reading →

Untouched forests help Cat Ba gain national heritage ranking

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has ranked Cat Ba archipelago in the north to national heritage status. Continue reading →

Eco-tourism has spinoff for ethnic villagers

Tourism will ensure stable incomes for residents in buffer zones around national parks and will ensure better protection of the parks and the wildlife they shelter. Continue reading →

National festival honours traditional crafts

The Vietnam Craft Village Festival kicked off in Nam Dinh City on September 25, attracting more than 300 stands from 37 provinces and cities across the country. Continue reading →

Haiphong to host National Tourism Year 2013

The national tourism year 2013 will be held in Haiphong City aiming to introduce destinations, attract both domestic and foreign visitors, and foster tourism linkage among localities across the country. Continue reading →

Cat Tien Park ready for world natural heritage status

Experts from the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) have toured Dong Nai, Binh Phuoc and Lam Dong provinces to prepare the dossiers of the Cat Tien National Park to be submitted to the UNESCO for recognition as a world natural heritage. Continue reading →

Ceremonies mark relic's recognition

A wide range of ceremonial, cultural and sporting activities are being held in Hai Duong Province to celebrate the recognition of Con Son-Kiep Bac historical complex as a special national heritage. Continue reading →

Binh Thuy home's antique beauty charms all visitors

Nearly 30 years ago the French film director Jean Jacques Annaud went to the southern city of Can Tho to shoot scenes for his filmThe Lover. He was seduced by the beauty of the ancient house of Binh Thuy, and decided that it would form a part of his movie. Continue reading →

Delta floods to become tourist spectacle

Saigontourist Travel Service Co and Dong Thap Tourist Co have agreed to jointly promote trips to the Mekong Delta during the flood season among local and foreign tourists. Continue reading →

Vietnam UNESCO World Heritage home to 'mysteriously' deep lakes

An exploration team at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Phong Nha – Ke Bang Park in central Vietnam - has discovered two lakes that are so "mysteriously" deep that modern equipment had not been able to measure them. Continue reading →

New wildlife park planned for north Vietnam

Authorities in the northern province of Ninh Binh have approved plans for a new 1,500 square-hectare wildlife park in the north-central province. Continue reading →

Ethic villages target cultural tourism

With 22 ethnic groups spread out over 8,000 square km, each with its own culture, Ha Giang is an ideal location for visitors to experience minority village life. Continue reading →

Festival to promote Cham culture

The Kate Festival celebration of the ethnic Cham people will take place at Po Sah Inu Tower in Binh Thuan Province's Phan Thiet City on October 15-16 with a series of traditional rituals and festivities. Continue reading →

Beauty of Ninh Binh enhanced by mountains, nature reserve

The reserve in Ninh Binh Province is a primeval tropical forest with spectacularly shaped limestone mountains surrounding the north's largest wetland, an area described as an "inland Ha Long Bay". Continue reading →

Highlands park shelters langur population

Vietnam's largest troop of langurs (pygathrix cinerea) are flourishing in the National Kon Ka Kinh Park in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai. Continue reading →

Nha Trang’s peaceful island

Hon Thom, which literally means the “fragrant isle” due to its many wild fragrant trees, has emerged as a new destination just outside the famous resort town of Nha Trang, especially for those who really want to escape. Continue reading →

An enchanting village

A poor and remote spot in the northern province of Thanh Hoa, Sai Khao is a favored destination among Vietnamese backpackers for its magnificent views and simple, kind people Continue reading →

Hoang Su Phi terraced fields, a national heritage.

The Ha Giang provincial People’s Committee has received the national heritage certificate for Hoang Su Phi terraced fields from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. Continue reading →

Bo Da Pagoda preserves sacred Buddhist treasures

If you get the chance to visit the northern province of Bac Giang, you should not miss the opportunity to take in the sacred landscape around Bo Da Pagoda in Thuong Lat Hamlet, Tien Son Commune, Viet Yen District. Continue reading →

Vietnamese pagoda receives Asia's top gong

The One Pillar Pagoda, a centre-piece of Viet Nam's 1,000-year old capital Ha Noi, has been recognised as Asia's most unique piece of architecture by the Asia Book of Records. Continue reading →

Why the central coast rocks

Apart from famous beaches with smooth sand, ideal swimming and sunbathing, the coast offers other incredible works of nature Continue reading →

Lagoon known for seafood

O Loan Lagoon is one of the best-known scenic spots in the southern province of Phu Yen, drawing many visitors thanks to the area's picturesque scenery and also the delicious seafood on offer here. Continue reading →

Wild and tasty

It would be a shame if someone visited the Mekong Delta province of Ca Mau and came away without trying dishes made from bồn bồn. Continue reading →

8th century walls found in central Vietnam

Experts at a museum have found two ancient walls in the south-central province of Binh Thuan that are believed to date back to the eighth century. Continue reading →

Drums of war still resound for 18th-century emperor

Breathtaking views of the East Sea from the rolling Ba Na Hills, brick-tower relics from the ancient Hindu-Buddhist Cham culture that once ruled powerful sea-trading city-states – and traditional martial-arts villages draw many visitors to the central province of Binh Dinh. Continue reading →

Art works fashions over centuries

Harvest season is a magical time in the northern highlands, when landscapes of terraced fields bathe in golden hues Continue reading →

Hoi An lauded

For the first time ever, the historic town of Hoi An has been voted one of the top 10 cities in Asia by the annual Readers’ Choice Awards held by Condé Nast Traveler, the world's premier travel magazine. Continue reading →

Museum gives history of betel nut chewing culture

The traditional Vietnamese custom of chewing betel leaf and areca nut is the focus of a new 100-item exhibition at the Vietnam National Museum of History in Hanoi through January next year. Continue reading →

Bicycle trips geared towards fit tourists

Travelling by bicycle is becoming gradually popular in Viet Nam. Continue reading →

Puppeteer makes a splash with home-made homage to his art

There are no ticket booths at the door or any ticket collectors hanging around, and visitors are simply led upstairs inside what appears to be a normal, three-storey Vietnamese home on a small lane deep off the capital city's bustling Kham Thien Street. Continue reading →

Fishing village in Ha Long Bay among world's most beautiful

The offshore Cua Van fishing village in Ha Long Bay has been listed as one of the most beautiful villages in the world. Continue reading →

Renovation begins on Nguyen dynasty weather station

HUE — The former royal capital city of Hue has launched the renovation of the Quan Tuong Dai relic – a meteorology station used during the time of the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945). Continue reading →

Festival honours fading tradition

The fourth national then singing festival is being held in Lang Son Province as part of the country's efforts to honour and preserve the traditional art of the Tay, Nung and Thai ethnic groups in north-western Viet Nam. The festival was also an opportunity to prepare a dossier to submit to UNESCO to recognise the folk singing as an intangible cultural heritage. Continue reading →

Telling stories in silence

A 40-square-kilometer riverine island in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang carries a quiet, profound ambience Continue reading →

Ben Tre economy enjoys jasmine bloom

The southern province of Ben Tre has long been known as the land of coconut trees. The income of local people has historically come from growing and selling fresh coconut. Yet visitors to the province today might be amazed by the immense green sprawl and pervasive scent of jasmine. Continue reading →

City's food specialities recognised

Tasty dishes of Da Nang central city have been recongnised as specialties of the country Continue reading →

Cham culture comes to the fore

Kate Festival will take place on November 10-11 in HCM City's Can Gio District Continue reading →

Giant Cham temples of Po Nagar are spiritual heart of Nha Trang

Nha Trang's sun, sand and sea lured me away from other inland attractions when I came to the central coastal city for my honeymoon a couple of years ago. I had been fooled into thinking Nha Trang, the south central province of Khanh Hoa, was just a beautiful beach. When I recently returned, I discovered the city has more to offer, noticeably the giant Po Nagar Temples complex. Continue reading →

Ethnic medicinal baths draw tourists to Lao Cai

Visitors to Ta Phin Commune in the the northern province of Lao Cai's Sa Pa Town can now enjoy medicinal baths, a practice of the Red Dao ethnic minority. Continue reading →

Ethnic life stories documented in pictures

Ho Thi Bui, a 24-year-old member of the Pa Ko ethnic group in the central province of Quang Tri, had never touched a camera before she joined a short training course as part of project to help ethnic people document their lives in photographs. Continue reading →

Ethnic wellbeing ‘crucial' to tourism

The Tay Nguyen (Central Highlands) provinces should focus on improving the lives of their ethnic minority communities as a crucial step to reinvigorating the faltering tourism sector in the region, experts say. Thriving ethnic minority communities are essential to preserving and developing the region's unique cultural diversity, they added. Continue reading →

Hue battles to preserve architecture

Central Viet Nam's traditional wooden architecture is unique despite its similarities with eastern systems like those found in China and Japan, a Japanese expert has said. Continue reading →

Quang Nam's ethnic villages top attraction for motorbike tourists

The mountainous district of Tay Giang, 190km west of Tam Ky City in the central province of Quang Nam, is increasingly becoming known as a prime destination for motorbike adventures. The area offers amazing scenery and the opportunity to glimpse the lifestyle of members of the ethnic minority group Co Tu, who make up the majority of the district's population of 13,000. Continue reading →

Revamp for Hue's Princess Temple

The Hue Centre for Monuments Conservation and the UNESCO World Heritage Institute under the Japanese-based Waseda University on Tuesday broke ground for restoration of Dien Phuoc Princess Temple in Kim Long Ward in the former royal city of Hue. Continue reading →

Sculptural exhibition opens

Sculptural exhibition is opened in Ha Noi and will run until November 25. Continue reading →

Outdoor concerts back in Hanoi

A series of outdoor classical music concerts -- the LUALA Fall-Winter Concert -- will be held in Hanoi from November 10 to December 9. Continue reading →

City hopes tourists won't pass up new site

The central city of Da Nang has made plans to invest in a new tourist site at the top of the Hai Van Pass in order to lure domestic and foreign tourists, vice director of the city's culture, sport and tourism department, Tran Chi Cuong has said. Continue reading →

Street of flowers for Year of Snake celebrations

Bach Dang Street in Da Nang will be transformed into a 1km long flower display for eight days of celebration for the coming Lunar New Year, from February 7-14. Continue reading →

Travelers to Vietnam to see visa fees to nearly double in 2013

It will cost foreign and overseas Vietnamese visitors to nearly double to obtain visas to come to Vietnam starting next year. Continue reading →

Mekong Delta offers unique tourism opportunities

In context of the current economic woes in the world, the tourism sector is still striving to attract more people to visit the Mekong Delta area in Vietnam, which is offering unique, stress free and exotic tours. Continue reading →

Free street musical performances, a joy for many people

Music lovers are in plenty in the country who enjoy musical performances, shows and skits in theaters and even tea lounges in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Continue reading →

The hidden side of ancient Hue

When you talk about tourism in the ancient city of Hue, many people will think about the mausoleums of the Vietnamese kings. Continue reading →

Red River seeks tourists by the boatload

The government wants 2013 to be the year tourism really takes off in Viet Nam and will make the Red River Delta a focal point of this drive by highlighting its wealth of heritage and stunning natural beauty. Continue reading →

Vietnam first contemporary Cham tower opens in Hanoi

Vietnam’s first ever Cham temple tower built by contemporary architects and artisans opened in Hanoi on Friday with traditional ceremonies organized by Cham people. Continue reading →

Victoria Resort chain plants trees at schools

Victoria Can Tho Resort planted hundreds of trees last Saturday at schools in Can Tho, Cai Rang town, and Hau Giang Province as part of its "Green Day" campaign. Continue reading →

Pilgrims enjoy hard but happy journey to Viet Nam's far west

A Pa Chai hamlet is well-known to travellers as the westpoint of Viet Nam and a junction between it, Laos and China. Continue reading →

Transcending the mundane in An Giang

It is common knowledge in Vietnam that the Mekong Delta in Vietnam has two seasons, the “dry” one between December and April, and the “rainy” one between May and November. Continue reading →

Peripheral attractions

There is something about a mountain that is sacred, maybe it is its aloofness, the fact that it stands away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, offering an ideal space for introspection, reflection and meditation. And some mountains become sacred hotspots after houses of worship are constructed on them. Continue reading →

Let's go green in Sa Pa

It was the third time I had visited Sa Pa town, surrounded by mountains and rice terraces, but this time I had the most fun.

I tasted specialities, learned handicraft skills and contributed my labour to make Sa Pa more clean and green. Continue reading →

Phantasmagoria aboard the Nha Trang Booze Cruise

While some travelers to Vietnam complain that the country’s tourist industry pales in comparison to those of other Southeast Asian destinations, I for one am glad that newcomers to Vietnam can still dig the raw madness of the Nha Trang Booze Cruise. Continue reading →

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

The special ambience of Christmas has warmed up big cities like Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh. In many corners of the capital, from streets to family homes, from churches to shops, decorations with lights, snow, Santa Clauses and Christmas gifts are appearing. Continue reading →

Relics unravel Cham history

Many valuable artefacts from the Cham culture have been found in the southern central province of Binh Thuan. The new discoveries are important for ongoing research on the ancient culture, according to Nguyen Xuan Ly, director of the provincial museum. Continue reading →

Bac Ha horse race

On May 29, in the blazing sun of the mountainous region, 24 racehorses from Bac Ha, Si Ma Cai and Muong Khuong in Lao Cai province entered the finale to seek the winner of a VND20 million ($1000) bonus. Continue reading →

Dong Ho folk paintings listed as national heritage

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism listed Dong Ho folk paintings as a National Intangible Cultural Heritage Continue reading →

Viet Nam to organize four international travel marts in 2013

On March 5th 2013, in Ha Noi, Mr. Hoang Tuan Anh – Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MOCST) chaired a working session on preparation for organizing international travel marts in 2013. Continue reading →

Vietnamese cuisine to become tourism attraction

Once established, the national trademark “the World’s Kitchen” will draw people from all the five continents to explore Vietnam’s culture through local cuisine. Continue reading →

Pu Luong National Reserve

Pu Luong Nature Reserve, just a stone's throw from Hanoi, makes for an idyllic and scenic getaway from the big smoke. In the words of the local Thai people, Pu Luong means the "highest peak", it's loftiest zenith towering 1,700m above the valleys of Quan Hoa and Ba Thu, in Thanh Hoa Province. Continue reading →

Dong Van old market back in business

The old Dong Van Market in the Dong Van Karst Plateau of Ha Giang Province has reopened for tourism after a new market was built for locals 500m away, vice chairwoman of the People's Committee of Dong Van District Ly Thi Kien told Viet Nam News yesterday. Continue reading →

Mai Chau named among top 10 fresh destinations

Mai Chau was described as "a semi-isolated village in Viet Nam...surrounded by limestone cliffs and green rice paddies, populated largely by members of the ethnic White Thai tribe..." by Continue reading →

Terraced fields of Hoang Su Phi recognized as national heritage

The terraced rice fields of Hoang Su Phi District in the northern border province of Ha Giang have been recognized as a national heritage site by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. Continue reading →

Quang Nam destined for Heritage Festival in June

The Hanoitimes - The 5th Quang Nam Heritage Festival will take place o¬n June 22-26 in the central Quang Nam province to boost tourism in the region and country. Continue reading →

Mai Chau town listed in top ten fresh destinations

Mai Chau, a small town in the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh, was named o¬ne of the top ten "fresh" Asian destinations by hotel booking site Continue reading →

Discovery of longest lava cave in Southeast Asia

A system of lava caves including one considered as the longest lava cave of Southeast Asia has been discovered in the southern province of Dong Nai, according to researcher Truong Ba Vuong of the Viet Nam's Institute of Tropical Biology. Continue reading →