Many people upon filling the Vietnam visa application may feel confused in choosing between a single entry visa and a multiple entry visa. This post will give you an overview about the differences between these two kinds of visa, so that you will find it much easier to select the one that fits your itinerary.
The biggest difference between a single entry visa and a multiple entry visa to Vietnam lies in their number of entries. The single entry visa allows you – the visa applicant to enter Vietnam and stay in the country ONCE only during the visa validity. And when you exit Vietnam, your single entry visa will automatically become invalid. Therefore, this kind of visa is also called “one-time entry visa”. But the multiple entry visa is different, it allows you to enter and exit Vietnam as many times as you want during your visa validity.
In terms of visa on arrival, there is another minor difference between a single entry visa and a multiple entry visa. Although with both kinds of visa, you can exit Vietnam by any means of transport, the single entry visa requires all the visa applicants to arrive Vietnam by air to get visa stamped at the arrival airport, the multiple entry visa requires your first arrival in Vietnam by air only to have visa stamped and then you can exit and re-enter Vietnam by any means of transport.
With such information about differences between a single entry visa and a multiple entry visa to Vietnam, we hope you have a clearer understanding about which visa you should choose for your travel to Vietnam.
For more information about Vietnam visa and Vietnam travel, please visit http://vietnamvisa.sg/info/vietnam-guide/.