Vietnam currently currently provide the visa waiver program, apart from tourists visa exemptions for the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN). Vietnam also offers a 15-day visa exemptions for visitors from the United Kingdom, Belarus, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Japan, Korea South, Denmark, Norway, Russia, Finland and Sweden.
UPDATED VIETNAM VISA EXEMPTION LIST – 2018
|No.||Citizens of||Days of Free Visa|
|1||United Kingdom||15 days (Exemption law is applied until 30 June 2021)|
|2||France||15 days (Exemption law is applied until 30 June 2021)|
|3||Italy||15 days(Exemption law is applied until 30 June 2021)|
|4||Spain||15 days (Exemption law is applied until 30 June 2021)|
|5||Germany||15 days (Exemption law is applied until 30 June 2021)|
|6||Belarus||15 days (Exemption law is applied until 30 June 2020)|
|8||Korea South||15 days|
IMPORTANT NOTES FOR FREE VISA VIETNAM
- All International visitors travel to Phu Quoc island will be exempted for 30 days of Vietnam Visa.
- Exemption of visa is granted to bearers of ordinary passports, provided that the passport is valid for at least 6 months and has round-trip or other international travel tickets, temporary residence and sufficient conditions necessary to go to another country, including visas.
- Visa exemption is not applicable in the case of entry to work for income.
- Citizens of Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Brunei and Myanmar can enter and exit Vietnam multiple times as they want with a free Visa for a specific of time in the table above.
- Citizens of South Korea, Japan, Russia, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, Spain, Belarus and France want to enter into Vietnam under unilateral visa exemption in the next time have to wait at least 30 days from the last day exit Vietnam.
- Foreigners holding British National Oversea (BNO) passports are not exempted from visa requirement, thus must have appropriate visas to enter Vietnam.