Can I fly to Vietnam now?

Can I fly to Vietnam now?

Vietnamese nationals and those on diplomatic, official duty, and special cases, including experts, business managers, foreign investors, and high-tech workers of businesses involved in important projects as determined by the Vietnamese government, as well as their family members, are currently permitted to enter Vietnam. The remaining citizens are asked to wait for further announcements from the government.

In addition, foreigners living in Vietnam can apply for a visa exemption certificate (VET) if they have been granted an entry permit by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Those who have been granted a VET should keep it with them at all times when entering Vietnam. They will be denied access if checked by immigration officers at any point of entry into the country.

What is the cost of flying to Vietnam?

The flight price from London to Ho Chi Minh City depends on the time of year you travel and how far in advance you book your ticket. In general, the cheaper the date you book your flight, the more expensive the fare will be. So, if you haven't booked your flight yet, we recommend that you do so as soon as possible because prices tend to rise after you've bought your ticket.

The average one-way airfare from London to Ho Chi Minh City is around $300-500 depending on where you buy your ticket from.

Can Vietnamians return to Vietnam from Singapore?

Overseas Vietnamese can only come home on government-arranged repatriation flights. On a case-by-case basis, Vietnam may award entrance visas to foreigners with diplomatic and official passports, as well as select investors, business managers, specialists, and highly trained personnel. The decision on whether or not to grant an entry visa is up to the Vietnamese government.

Can Vietnamese travel to Singapore?

Singapore and Vietnam signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in 2014 that aims to promote trade and investment between the two countries. The MoU was announced by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at a ceremony held in Hanoi on 23 April 2014. In addition, both countries also have a Visa Exemption Agreement (Vea), which allows visa-free travel for Vietnamese citizens when visiting Singapore. However, it should be noted that even if you hold a valid visa for another country, you may be denied entry into Singapore if they believe your purpose for visiting is not legitimate.

Can tourists visit both Vietnam and Singapore?

Yes. It is possible to visit both Vietnam and Singapore because they are both small countries with good transportation networks. You can get to both countries from many other countries including China, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Laos, Cambodia, and Russia.

Can I go to Vietnam without a passport?

To enter Vietnam, you must have a valid passport and a visa (or pre-approval for a visa on arrival). You will be denied admission if you arrive in Vietnam without an appropriate visa (which might be an e-visa) or pre-approval for a visa on arrival. The same rules apply when traveling by air as when traveling by land or sea.

In addition, there are certain activities that can only be done with the permission of the Vietnamese government. If you are arrested while in Vietnam without proper documentation, you could be deported immediately.

The best way to avoid problems is to ensure that you have the correct documents before you travel. It's also important to know the requirements for entering Vietnam so you don't end up in a situation where you need paperwork to leave the country.

There are several ways to enter Vietnam. Most visitors enter through one of two border gates: One at Dự Lược Airport in Ho Chi Minh City and another at Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi. However, visitors can also enter at Phu Cat International Airport in Can Tho or Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Saigon. Each method has its own requirements and processes, so it's important to understand those before you attempt to enter the country. For example, everyone who enters Vietnam through these five airports needs a visa or pre-approval letter.

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Barbara Marquardt

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