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Vietnam will cut visa fees

Vietnam will cut visa fees for a number of international passport holders and overseas Vietnamese next month.

As of November 23 there will be changes to Vietnam visa fees. The single–entry visa will cost $25 instead of the current $45, and multiple–entry visas with validity of less than three months will cost $50 reduced from $95. For multi–entry visa with validity between three and six months the cost will remain at $95, and US$135 for validities between six months and one year. The fee for a visa valid for between one and two years is $145, and from two to five years, $155.

If foreigners enter Vietnam and continue traveling to Laos and Cambodia, then return to Vietnam for onward travel, the visa fee is $5 instead of $45 as currently charged.

Vietnam currently applies a one–sided free–visa policy to eight countries, including Japan, South Korea, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Russia, and Belarus. In addition, Vietnam also has a visa–free policy for nine Southeast Asian countries, including Brunei, Myanmar, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, and the Philippines.

In July, Vietnam started waiving visas for five European countries, including Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the UK.

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Asian Escapes Team