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.
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.
The best option regarding Vietnam visa for Singaporean and Cambodia to stay in Vietnam for more than 30 days. Read more here.
Hi. Can I apply for Vietnam visa approval letter via email? If so, which information do I need to provide you? Find the answer here.
Hi there. I am going to Vietnam by air in this December for almost 2 months. It means that I can apply for a visa online. What I want to know here is: what I need to do after receiving the approval letter? Do I need to send it to the embassy for further acts? Please advise.
Do Singaporeans need to show photos to get Vietnam visa exemption? Find the answer here.
Here are 3 options for Singaporeans who wish to stay in Vietnam for more than 30 days. Read details here.
Hi. I’m Singaporean. I’m planning a trip to Vietnam in next June. However, I’ve not decided how to get into Vietnam yet. Please advise me how to obtain my Vietnam visa?
Do Singaporeans need Vietnam visa for their 2 consecutive trips to Vietnam of less than 30 days per each? Find the answer here.
May I inquire if a Singapore Permanent Resident (PR) holding a China passport is able to apply a Vietnam visa, from the Vietnam Embassy in Singapore, or from your website? (vietnamvisa.sg)
We are a group of 4 Indian Nationals working in Singapore. We are planning to Travel to Vietnam by Air and enter through Da Nang Airport. What is the procedure for getting visa for Vietnam?
I am Myanmar passport holder working in Singapore. I am planning to visit Vietnam for 4 days and then will take flight to go Myanmar. Is it ok to go back to Myanmar directly from Vietnam or do we need to go back to Singapore first? Is there any rules and regulations to follow? And also, do I need a Vietnam visa? Thank you.