Exemption of Entry Visa to Vietnam

EXEMPTION OF ENTRY VISA TO VIETNAM
(updated on 28 July 2017)

Below list is only for Ordinary passport. You may see full list here:
 

No. COUNTRY Ordinary PASSPORT Duration of stay
1 Belarus (Republic) x 15 days
2 Brunei Darussalam x 14 days
3 Cambodia (Kingdom) x 30 days
4 Chile (Republic) x 90 days (for ordinary passport - from 11/8/2017)
5 Denmark (Kingdom) x 15 days
6 Finland (Republic) x 15 days
7 France (Republic) x 15 days
8 Germany (Federal Republic) x 15 days
9 Indonesia (Republic) x 30 days
10 Italy (Republic) x 15 days
11 Japan x 15 days
12 Korea (Republic) x 15 days
13 Kyrgyzstan (Republic) x 30 days
14 Laos (People's Democratic Republic) x 30 days
15 Malaysia x 30 days
16 Myanmar (Union) x 14 days
17 Norway (Kingdom) x 15 days
18 Philippines (Republic) x 21 days
19 Russia (Federation) x 15 days
20 Singapore (Republic) x 30 days
21 Spain (Kingdom) x 15 days
22 Sweden (Kingdom) x 15 days
23 Thailand (Kingdom) x 30 days
24 United Kingdom (UK) x 15 days


Note:

1. Foreigners holding British National Oversea (BNO) passports are not exempted from visa requirement, thus must have appropriate visas to enter Viet Nam.

2. For foreigner who enters Viet Nam as unilateral visa-exempted: the entry date must be at least 30 days from the previous exit as unilateral visa-exempted person. Otherwise that person is required to have appropriate visa to enter Viet Nam.

3. In accordance with Decision No 80/2013/QĐ-TTg of the Prime Minister dated December 27, 2013, holders of foreign passports are exempted from visa requirement for entry into, exit from Phu Quoc island, with duration of stay no longer than 30 days. In case if holders of foreign passports, before entering Phu Quoc, had transit through other international border gate of Viet Nam, he/she also enjoy such exemption.