I’m travelling by train from Bangkok through Cambodia. I would like to stay in Vietnam of 3 weeks travelling by train. What is the fastest and easiest way for me to get a visa, please.
In June 2016, all UK citizens still benefits from policy of 15-day visa exemption of the Vietnamese government.
At the moment, all UK passport holders are entitled to 15-day Vietnam visa exemption. However, they cannot get visa exemption if their arrival date is within 30 days from the exit date of their last stay in Vietnam without visa.
Under immigration regulations of the Vietnamese Government, in May 2016, all UK citizens are still entitled to 15-day Vietnam visa exemption.
Like UK citizens in UK or in any other countries, UK passport holders in Singapore also have two options to get a visa for Vietnam.
Those, especially Israel citizens and residents who have used visa on arrival to Vietnam would find that this kind of Vietnam visa provides them with 4 benefits which cannot be denied.
Getting to known which dates the Vietnam Embassy London does not work seems to be very important for you if you have work to deal with the embassy.
In addition to 15-day visa exemption for UK citizens to visit Vietnam from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016, all UK citizens are also entitled to 30-day visa exemption if they visit Phu Quoc island of Vietnam.
It is really great news for visitors using visa on arrival to Vietnam as its stamping fee will be cut down by up to 47% from November 23, 2015.