5 best romantic places in Vietnam

For those who plan to travel with your beloved partner, here are the top list of romantic places in Vietnam which you should visit. 

  1. Sapa

The natural beauty and attractions sites is the main reason why Sapa is always on top of the most favorite destinations of visitors. You will experience 4 seasons in a day when being here. In the morning, the mist rolls across the peaks that makes a fantastic scenery. After morning foggy, it turns to be hot in noon and then the temperature will decrease slowly.

Sapa has a beauty that is the combination of modern and ancient style. You will feel like being back in time when visitng the Church and the old coffees Enjoying a hot cup of tea or coffee, watching the local life, you will feel that the time is frozen.

Especially, “Love Market” in Sapa is one of the unique feature of the culture of minority ethnic here. You will see boys and girls go dating and taking part in many fantastic games, singing and dancing together with music all night.

You and your partner can be suprised by magnificent landscapes of Sapa with beautiful sunsets and sunrises, with the simple nature.

If you plan to come in the winter, you can see a different Sapa with snow covered everywhere.

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Pristine green field

  1. Halong Bay

There are about 2000 small islands in Ha Long Bay, which create an extrodinary beauty natural landscape. With its beautiful bay and the different shaped karst limestone, Ha Long Bay has been recognized as a World Heritagesite by UNESCO since 1994.

What makes Ha Long is one of the most romantics places in Vietnam is the time of sunsets and sunrises. The sunlight reflecting the waterways creates a yellow-red color that makes the scence more mystical. Standing in the boat and watching plate the charming Halong together with your lover, your love will be smelt together with the changing in the color of sun light.

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Beautiful Halong Bay

  1. Hoi An

The ancient town Hoi An is an well-preserved historic town from 16th century. In the past, Hoi An used to be a famous trading port. Over the time, Hoi An turns to become s beautiful and peaceful destination with many galleries and classic stores that draw you for its ancient beauty.

The traditional dishes is the things you have to make sure to not be missed. There are plenty of tasty street foods with unexpected cheap price. It will be more interesting if you have time to figure out the way to cook and the story behind each dish.

Additionally, when the sun down, the town is very stunning with the many colorful lights definitely draws your attention. The highlight is the tranquil waterscape of colorful wooden boats along to the old town when.

Moving 5km from the center, you can find Cua Dai beach with full of activities such as surfing, jet skiing and kayaking, etc. Discover both the old historic and charming beach make this destination often placed on the top list of many travelers.

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Hoi An – The city of lanterns & love

  1. Ba Na Hill

Ba Na hills is known as the Disneyland in Vietnam. It is equipped with the cable system with the height of 1300 meter above the sea level. From the cable cabinet, you can look until the endless tree line of the forests and many breath-taking views along the way that will take you far away from the busy life. The average temperature is around 18 C that is perfect weather to hang out. Besides, various games will make you and your partner be busy all day.

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Ba Na Hills – Beauty in the clouds

  1. Da Lat – the City of Eternal Spring

Da Lat is in the central highlands of Vietnam in Lam Dong province. This elegant city will make you feel like getting lost in the charm Western city. It will create a total different picture of Vietnam in your eyes.

Da Lat is covered by dense mist almost year-round with cool temperature that makes it become the eternal spring city.

The nature with a lot of fields of blooming flowers is the most attractive feature of Da Lat. You can be soaked into the colorful fields of flowers. There is an annual Flower Festival often organized in the end of year. You can plan to visit Da Lat on this festival to see a fabulous city with thousands types of flowers.

You also can experience hiking and mountain biking through hills, tremendous Prenn waterfalls, organic farms and tea as well as coffee plantations.

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Da Lat – Extremely an ideal places for all these travel fancies, especially for couples looking for the romantic places in Vietnam

Remember to check your Vietnam Visa Requirements basing on your nationality. For any dedicated support for Vietnam Visa and Vietnam tours, feel free to contact us through Hotline +84.946.583.583 and website https://www.vietnam-visa.com/

Best of Saigon Street Food and where you can find it

If you re in Singapore and looking for a nice trip to Vietnam, let’s check the simple steps to get Vietnam Visa in Singapore & draw out the plan to visit Hochiminh – the most hustle city in the South of Vietnam.  Besides, there are thousands of street-side stall offer delicious and tasty food. Following is the suggestion of the best street food you should try in Ho Chi Minh City/ Saigon.

  1. Com suon

Com suon is one of the most popular dishes in lunch or dinner in Saigon. This dish is combination of rice and chopped grilled pork which will make you feel full quickly and cheaply. Additionally, There are a spoonful of fried onions in pork fat atop of this dish together with some crispy pieces of rind of pork. It is often served with a small bowl of vegetable broth or pickle. Besides, you can choose many other similar dishes, for example “Com suon op la” which is added a fried egg compared to normal com suon is highly recommended for those are hungrier.

Location: You can find it between Truong Dinh Street and Huyen Trang Cong Chua Street. On the opposite side of the park, you will see right away the pork grilled stall on the road side.

 

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“Com suon” – popular & delicious Saigon food

  1. Banh beo

As the specialist from the central of Vietnam, it is said that Banh beo is the most typical dishes of the cuisine of Hue city, the ancient royal capital of Vietnam. You will be served small round discs of white rice cake steamed with typically savory ingredients in the center, such as shrimp, mung bean paste, scallions, fried shallots and so on. When eating together with sauce made from fish sauce, rice vinegar, chili, etc, it is such a perfect combination and you will feel the mysterious light fragrance. Because they usually come in multiples of 8 or 10, they are suitable to be enjoyed with your friends.

Location: Nam Giao, 136 Le Thanh Ton Street, in an alleyway behind Ben Thanh market. District 1

 

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“Banh beo”

  1. Banh Da Xuc Hen

Banh da xuc hen is tasty snack combined of “banh da” and “hen”. “Banh da” a kind of cake which use main material as starch is thinly thinned into circles, then dried and can be grilled to eat. “Hen” is baby basket clams, it will be fried with Vietnamese coriander, chili, onion, garlic to make a simple part of this dish. It will be totally different from what you have tried. Another option is com hen, including rice topped with the same type of clams and small bowl of clam broth.

Location: Hong Hanh, 17A Nguyen Thi Minh Khao Street, District 1

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“Hen xuc banh da”

 

  1. Banh canh cua

It is a kind of Vietnamese noodles with a thicker noodle made from both tapioca and rice flour (similar to Japanese udon noodles,). The noodles which are sticky and soft, and just slightly chewy. The thick crab soup includes a handful of de-shelled crab meat, thin slices of pork, a quail egg, a shrimp, and finally a crab meatball. The dishes is completed with a garnish of green onions and black pepper to a beauty dish. The taste of soup is warm and soothing, thicker than a normal bowl of soup noodle and not overly powerful in flavor.

Location: Kim Long, 80/68 Tran Quang Dieu Street, District 3

 

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Tasty “Banh canh cua” with “Quay” 

  1. Banh cuon

It is the roll cake, originated from the North of Vietnam, which is made from steamed rice filled with wood ear mushrooms and ground pork seasoned with white pepper from inside. This dish is a popular breakfast in Saigon to full you with full ingredients from carbs, meat, vegetables, basil, fried curls of shallots. Each bite can be dipped into a sweet fish sauce with chili.

Location: Banh Cuon Tay Ho 1, 127 Dinh Tien Hoang Street, District 1

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Banh cuon

For further support about the most convenient visa for Vietnam & best suggestions to experience & travel Vietnam, feel free to contact us through Hotline +84. 946.583.583 or email [email protected].

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All you need to know about Vietnam tourist visa for Fillipino

As a citizen of Philippines, you are exempted for Vietnam visa if you are planning to stay in Vietnam within 21 days for either tourist purpose or business purpose with all travel ways including land, sea and air travel. If the period of your stay in Vietnam is longer than 21 days, Vietnam visa will be required for Philippines passport holders before entering Vietnam. At present, Philippines travelers living in Philippines or other countries can apply for Vietnam Visa in two ways: Vietnam visa at Embassy or Vietnam visa on arrival.

You can read more about how to get Vietnam Tourist Visa for Fillipino or simply continue reading this post.

Vietnam visa on arrival provides an online procedure for all applicants who wish to enter Vietnam through any of 5 international airports in Hanoi, Hai Phong, Da Nang, Khanh Hoa and Ho Chi Minh City. You can easily apply for Vietnam visa on arrival online on www.vietnam-visa.com . After spending few minutes to fill in the online application form with all correct information required, you will need to pay for service fee via OnePay, PayPal or Western Union. Normally, a Visa Approval Letter issued by Vietnam Immigration department will be sent to via email within 2 working days or few working hours in super urgent case. When arriving at the airports, you will get the stamped visa by showing this Approval Letter and making the cash payment for stamping fee collected by Immigration Officers. This is consider as the most effective way because of its convenience, quickness and safety. All the fee including service fee and stamping fee fixed on www.vietnam-visa.com/vietnam-visa-fees, which can vary in different type of visa, the number of applicants and the processing time.

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Vietnam tourist visa for Filipino travellers

Alternative way to apply for Vietnam tourist visa for Filipino citizens is applying in person at Embassy of Vietnam in Manila. This kind of visa is recommend for those who travel to Vietnam by land or sea. In order to applying for Vietnam visa, your original passport will be required to be submitted together with your visa application form. Normally, the processing time can be around 5 working days, or even longer according to the requirement of each Embassy or Consulate. Besides you may be required to be presented at the Embassy several times until the process is completed. To get more information about the fee and the procedure, you can contact directly with the Vietnam Embassy in Philippines with major information as below:

For both two options to get Vietnam visa for Filipino citizens, please make sure the passport has at least 6 months valid and left pages. You can contact us to get more details about Vietnam visa for Philippines via Hotline +84. 946.583.583 or [email protected]

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Beautiful Night Flower Market in Hanoi

2am, when night is lowering the blind and sleep is still covering all the streets of Hanoi, loads of flowers from everywhere pour to Quang Ba night flower market, Tay Ho.

Noisy and crowded, the florists gather in this central point flower market. Looking from the dyke down to the market, there busy flower stalls in the street lights which is a time dim and bright at other time at the weak light from the flash-lamp by the buyers. Enjoying flower is a habit, and also the culture of Hanoians. Coming to Hanoi that never visit night flower market means that you have missed a very distinctive culture of the land and the people of Trang An (the original Hanoian’s name).

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At night

The market is divided into two single market sessions. From 2am to 4am is the time for wholesale florists. The flowers are of mature size and blossom enough are cut, wrapped carefully before being brought to the market for wholesale. After 4am, the market is for wholesale florist peddlers, the visitors or the shop owners. Flowers in the next session has higher price than the previous one. The flowerist peddlers always select very meticulously. The stall holders choose a variety of flowers. Those who come to play at the market normally for enjoying a sense of fun to watch the petals which are still trembling in the morning dew, and till then choose for them the most beautiful bouquet. In the market, flowers are everywhere, in the simple buckets, on the old motorcycle seat or on bamboo stalls. Rose with soft and fragrant petals, shaking in the morning dew, forget-me-not petals fluttering, countless flowers flying scent all over the market area.

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Fresh, fragrant and colorful flowers in the early morning

Each season, the market is brightened with different flower colors. New Year’s night-time is the busiest occasion of the flower market, where is filled with peach branches, gladiolus, Dahlia and violet. Summer is deep in scent of lotus or white color of lilies. Autumn is bright with yellow daisy, heather-bell, forget-me-not and winter are rose or carnation. In all four those flower seasons, roses never lack, Night flower market has the presence of the most famous flower planting locations such as Tay Tuu, Tu Liem, Me Linh and distant places like Da lat and or even China, the Netherlands … In addition to the flowers have long been in the market such as daisies, roses, heath, gerbera, the market now has more flower kinds such as lilies, iris, delphiniums flower, tulip … In the market, people do not just sell flowers, but also accessories such as flower baskets, porous plug, ribbon, floral wrap, wire comes with a variety of leaf help flower arrangement easy.

At dawn, selection of flowers is completed; the florists carry them to all over the streets. The bike loaded with flowers pouring into the morning road, past the old men doing morning exercise by the windy West Lake, passing the breakfast mini stall to prepare their business … The city wakes up in the surprise at the beauty of flowers.

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Good morning Hanoi!

Come to Hanoi and immerse yourself into such beautiful night markets! Don’t forget to prepare for a Vietnam visa before you reach here. For example, if you look for a visa to Vietnam from Singapore, kindly read more on: https://vietnamvisa.sg/.

Also, Vietnam-visa.com has full guide to help you apply Vietnam visa & experience Vietnam as a local in the most convenient way. Feel free to contact us via Hotline +84. 946.583.583.

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Does Singaporeans Need Visa to Vietnam?

For Singaporean tourists who will have an upcoming trip to Vietnam, they may consider if Vietnam visa is needed for Singaporean. Fortunately, a Vietnam tourist visa is not required for Singaporeans for their stay of up to 30 days in Vietnam. It is fine to go if the term of your stay in Vietnam is just 30 days at maximum.

In case you wish to stay in Vietnam for more than 30 days, please apply for a tourist visa with extended duration of stay. Getting a Vietnam visa for Singaporean have been made much easier these days as there are two different ways: applying visa on arrival or at Vietnam embassies.

For the former kind, the Vietnam Immigration Department will issue a visa approval letter with your name on it stating that you are allowed to enter Vietnam on a specified date. After that, you will have the visa stamped onto your passport at the arrival airport. If you apply for visa at Vietnam embassies, the visa stamp will be on your passport when they send it back to you. You can refer a step – by – step guidance to apply for visa here: https://www.vietnam-visa.com. You can refer the specific steps below:

  • Firstly, Access to https://booking.vietnam-visa.com/step1.html, and complete the form here (no document is required);
  • Then, review to make sure all information is correct, and make payment of service fee online;
  • After that, wait for 2 working days (for normal service to get tourist visa) to get visa approval letter delivered to email together with detailed guide to pick up full visa upon arrival at Vietnam airport;
  • Finally, get visa stamped upon original passport at Vietnam arrival airport

For Visa at Vietnam Embassy, there are the typical procedure and documents to obtain Vietnam visa in person at Vietnam embassy, with the processing time for 1 visa is normally 4 – 5 working days:

  • Firstly, download the application form on embassy website, fill it out and attached it with a photo;
  • Prepare all necessary documents including application form, original passport, photos and visa fee and others as required by the Embassy;
  • Drop by the Embassy to submit application documents and pay for visa fee;
  • After that, get Appointment Letter;
  • Finally, travel back to the embassy on the appointed date on Appointment Letter to pick up original passport and visa.

By following the two ways of getting visa, it is much simpler to have the permission to get into the beautiful country for your next trip!

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Vietnam e-visa for Singaporeans

Hi there. I have ever heard about Vietnam e-visa and I see it rather cheap and convenient. Please let us know whether I can apply for such kind of visa. I’m Singaporeans. Michelle.

Dear Michelle,

First of all, thank you so much for contacting us.

Regarding your question, we would like to inform that at the moment, Vietnam e-visa is not available for Singaporeans, as it is just valid for 30 days only and you, as a holder of Singaporean passport do not need a Vietnam visa for your 30 days in Vietnam.

So, in case you wish to stay in Vietnam for no more than 30 days, you do not need to apply for the visa.

In case you wish to stay in Vietnam for more than 30 days, you still have two ways to obtain a Vietnam visa as follows:

  1. Visit the nearest Vietnam embassy to apply for it; OR
  2. Apply Online for Vietnam visa approval letter to get Vietnam visa on arrival.

We hope this information is clear to you.

Should  you need any further information, please feel free to let us know.

Kind regards,

Vietnamvisa.sg

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Full guide for Vietnam visa in Novena – Singapore

Not too far from Singapore, Vietnam has long become a favorite destination of citizens and residents of Singapore in general and those in Novena in particular. Among several things to be prepared before the trip, Vietnam visa should be on the top of priority. To deal with this issue, we should answer two questions, consisting of:

  • Do I need a visa to travel to Vietnam if I’m in Novena, Singapore now?
  • If yes, how can I?

This post will provide you the answers in very details. Now, let’s go through each question.

Do I need Vietnam visa to travel to Vietnam from Novena?

Please remember that when answering whether you need a Vietnam or not, it has nothing related to your residence, but your nationality.

If you hold Singaporean passport, you are not required to get a visa for a stay in Vietnam of up to 30 days, regardless of your purpose of visit to the country.

Otherwise, you need to check out https://www.vietnam-visa.com/vietnam-visa-requirements/ to make sure whether you are exempted from visa or not. If yes, of course, you do not need to obtain the visa for the defined period of stay. Otherwise, you need one.

Now, it comes to the second question:

How to obtain Vietnam visa in Novena, Singapore?

How to obtain Vietnam visa in Changi, Singapore

At the moment, there are up to 3 legitimate ways to get a Vietnam visa in Singapore, consisting of:

  1. Getting visa via the Vietnam embassy; or
  2. Getting visa on arrival;
  3. Getting an e-visa.

Following are major differences between these two ways:

Description

Visa on arrival

E-visa

Embassy visa

Issued by

Vietnam Immigration Department

Vietnam Immigration Department

Vietnam Embassy in Singapore

Processing time

2 working days (or 2 hours urgent)

3 working days

4 – 5 working days

Processing fee

From US$21 (excluding stamp fee)

US$25

Varied by case

Additional fees

None

None

Postal cost, driving, parking fees

Visa validity

Up to 1 year

30 days only

Up to 1 year

Purpose of visit

Tourist and business

Tourist only

Tourist and business

Applicants

Air travelers

Citizens of 40 countries only (see here)

All

Passport required

No

No

Yes

Now, let’s see in details how each of them works to figure out which is the best for you.

1. Visa at Vietnam Embassy:

How to get:

Getting visa via the embassy of Vietnam in Singapore does not pose any inconvenience as the distance from your place to the embassy might have not taken you so much time to reach. But before reaching there, you need to prepare:

  1. A completed application form (to be downloaded from website of the Vietnam Embassy in Singapore), attach it with your photo;
  2. Original passport;
  3. And other documents as required by the embassy (to consult them in advance for this detail).
  4. Visa fee.

And then, after completing these documents, you need to:

  1. Travel to the Embassy to submit application documents and pay for visa fee;
  2. Get the Appointment Letter and then leave there for home;
  3. Travel back to the embassy on the appointed date to pick up original passport and visa.

Advantages:

  1. Available to all Singaporeans to Vietnam by any means of transport.
  2. Having stamped visa on passport before departure to Vietnam.
  3. Processed separately;
  4. Applicable for both business and leisure travelers;
  5. Valid for up to 1 year.

Disadvantages:

  1. Inconvenient for those living far from the embassy;
  2. Long processing time (often 4 – 5 working days);
  3. No urgent processing (2 – 4 working hours);
  4. Possible long queue at the embassy;
  5. Hassle with sending away the passport.

2. Visa on Arrival

If the travel forth back from the embassy of Vietnam in Singapore puts you in trouble, you have visa on arrival to deal with. Its process is completely different. It allows you to get a visa approval letter online without submission of any document, and then pick up full visa at Vietnam airport upon your arrival there.

How to get

Here is the process to get Vietnam visa on arrival in Singapore:

Get Vietnam visa Cheap and Easy

  1. Access to https://booking.vietnam-visa.com/step1.html, and complete the form there (no document is required);
  2. Make payment of service fee online;
  3. Receive visa approval letter via email within guaranteed time;
  4. Get visa stamped upon original passport upon arrival at Vietnam airport (a few minutes at the airport).

Advantages:

  1. Convenient for those living far from the embassy;
  2. Short processing time (2 working days only);
  3. Urgent processing (1 – 2 working days only);
  4. No hassle with sending away the passport;
  5. Applicable for both business and leisure travelers;
  6. Valid for up to 1 year.

Disadvantages:

  1. Available for those traveling to Vietnam by air only;
  2. Possible long queue at Vietnam Immigration Counter at Vietnam airport to get visa stamped;
  3. Often processed in group.

3. E-visa

This is the newest way to get a valid visa for Vietnam.

How to get:

Its entire process is also completed online.

  1. Access to https://evisa.xuatnhapcanh.gov.vn/web/guest/trang-chu-ttdt, complete the online form;
  2. Get an application code and pay for a non-refundable fee online (US$25);
  3. Get visa processing results (approved or rejected) after 3 working days;
  4. Print out the visa if approved and show to the immigration official upon arrival in Vietnam.

Advantages:

  1. Convenient for those living far from the embassy;
  2. No hassle with sending away the passport;
  3. Low cost (US$25 only);

Disadvantages:

  1. For tourists only;
  2. Valid for 30 days with single entry only;
  3. Only being informed that your visa application is approved or not after 3 working days;
  4. Limited to citizens of 40 countries only, and Singaporeans are not included in the list.

This is a full guide for Vietnam visa from Novena, Singapore. We are sure that by reading here, you now already know which way is best for you.

Applying for Vietnam visa on arrival

Singaporean and Cambodia to stay in Vietnam for 3 months

Hi there,

I’m wondering if you can help me. Me (Singaporean) and my partner (Cambodian) are coming to Vietnam in May.

I know that we can get 30 days of Vietnam visa exemption.

My question is: After arrival can we extend these visas to 3 months (or more)?

Thanks

Dear Rushton,

Please be kindly informed that you both can enter Vietnam with visa exemption and then get it extended in Vietnam. However, this choice is very expensive.

The best option for you in this case is to get a 3-month visa for you travel before your departure to Vietnam.

If you travel to Vietnam by air, you can apply for Vietnam visa on arrival for convenience.

Here is the link to apply: https://booking.vietnam-visa.com/step1.html.

We hope this information works well for  you.

Should you need any further information, please feel free to let us know.

Kind regards,

Vietnamvisa.sg

Full guide for Vietnam visa in Changi – Singapore

With direct route from Changi – Singapore to major international airports of Vietnam, including Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang and Nha Trang, Vietnam has long been an appealing destination for Changi residents. Among several things in the checklist before Vietnam, Vietnam visa is one important item that may strongly affect your trip to Vietnam.

In this post, we will deal with two issues: Do you need a visa if you travel to Vietnam from Singapore? And how can you get the Vietnam visa in Changi? By reading through this post, we ensure you will save yourself a lot of time and cost.

Now, let’s go through each question.

Do I need Vietnam visa to travel to Vietnam from Changi?

To deal with this question, please remember that visa requirement has nothing related to your residence, but your nationality.

If you hold Singaporean nationality, you are not required to get a visa for a stay in Vietnam of up to 30 days.

Otherwise, you need to check out https://www.vietnam-visa.com/vietnam-visa-requirements/ to make sure your nationality is exempted from visa or not. If yes, of course, you do not need to obtain the visa upon your eligibility for visa exemption. Otherwise, you need one.

Now, it comes to the second question:

How to obtain Vietnam visa in Changi, Singapore?

How to obtain Vietnam visa in Changi, Singapore

At the moment, there are up to 3 legitimate ways to get a Vietnam visa, consisting of:

  1. Getting visa via the Vietnam embassy; or
  2. Getting visa on arrival;
  3. Getting an e-visa.

Following are major differences between these two ways:

Description

Visa on arrival

E-visa

Embassy visa

Issued by

Vietnam Immigration Department

Vietnam Immigration Department

Vietnam Embassy in Singapore

Processing time

2 working days (or 2 hours urgent)

3 working days

4 – 5 working days

Processing fee

From US$21 (excluding stamp fee)

US$25

Varied by case

Additional fees

None

None

Postal cost, driving, parking fees

Visa validity

Up to 1 year

30 days only

Up to 1 year

Purpose of visit

Tourist and business

Tourist only

Tourist and business

Applicants

Air travelers

Citizens of 40 countries only (see here)

All

Passport required

No

No

Yes

Now, let’s see in details how each of them works to figure out which is the best for you.

1. Visa at Vietnam Embassy:

How to get:

Getting visa via the embassy of Vietnam in Singapore does not pose any inconvenience as the distance from your place to the embassy might have not taken you so much time to reach. But before reaching there, you need to prepare:

  1. A completed application form (to be downloaded from website of the Vietnam Embassy in Singapore), attach it with your photo;
  2. Original passport;
  3. And other documents as required by the embassy (to consult them in advance for this detail).
  4. Visa fee.

And then, after completing these documents, you need to:

  1. Travel to the Embassy to submit application documents and pay for visa fee;
  2. Get the Appointment Letter and then leave there for home;
  3. Travel back to the embassy on the appointed date to pick up original passport and visa.

Advantages:

  1. Available to all Singaporeans to Vietnam by any means of transport.
  2. Having stamped visa on passport before departure to Vietnam.
  3. Processed separately;
  4. Applicable for both business and leisure travelers;
  5. Valid for up to 1 year.

Disadvantages:

  1. Inconvenient for those living far from the embassy;
  2. Long processing time (often 4 – 5 working days);
  3. No urgent processing (2 – 4 working hours);
  4. Possible long queue at the embassy;
  5. Hassle with sending away the passport.

2. Visa on Arrival

If the travel forth back from the embassy of Vietnam in Singapore puts you in trouble, you have visa on arrival to deal with. Its process is completely different. It allows you to get a visa approval letter online without submission of any document, and then pick up full visa at Vietnam airport upon your arrival there.

How to get

Here is the process to get Vietnam visa on arrival in Singapore:

Get Vietnam visa Cheap and Easy

  1. Access to https://booking.vietnam-visa.com/step1.html, and complete the form there (no document is required);
  2. Make payment of service fee online;
  3. Receive visa approval letter via email within guaranteed time;
  4. Get visa stamped upon original passport upon arrival at Vietnam airport (a few minutes at the airport).

Advantages:

  1. Convenient for those living far from the embassy;
  2. Short processing time (2 working days only);
  3. Urgent processing (1 – 2 working days only);
  4. No hassle with sending away the passport;
  5. Applicable for both business and leisure travelers;
  6. Valid for up to 1 year.

Disadvantages:

  1. Available for those traveling to Vietnam by air only;
  2. Possible long queue at Vietnam Immigration Counter at Vietnam airport to get visa stamped;
  3. Often processed in group.

3. E-visa

This is the newest way to get a valid visa for Vietnam.

How to get:

Its entire process is also completed online.

  1. Access to https://evisa.xuatnhapcanh.gov.vn/web/guest/trang-chu-ttdt, complete the online form;
  2. Get an application code and pay for a non-refundable fee online (US$25);
  3. Get visa processing results (approved or rejected) after 3 working days;
  4. Print out the visa if approved and show to the immigration official upon arrival in Vietnam.

Advantages:

  1. Convenient for those living far from the embassy;
  2. No hassle with sending away the passport;
  3. Low cost (US$25 only);

Disadvantages:

  1. For tourists only;
  2. Valid for 30 days with single entry only;
  3. Only being informed that your visa application is approved or not after 3 working days;
  4. Limited to citizens of 40 countries only.

This is a full guide for Vietnam visa from Changi, Singapore. We are sure that by reading here, you now already know which way is best for you.