Vietnam Visa Exemption: Visa-Free Entry now extended to 45 Days

Vietnam extends its visa-free stay from 15 to 45 days for citizens of 13 countries. Explore Vietnam's rich culture and vibrant markets for extended periods, whether for pleasure or business.


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Travelers and businessmen planning a visit to Vietnam have a new opportunity to look forward to. Starting August 15, 2023, the country is extending its visa-free stay from 15 to 45 days for citizens of 13 countries. This adjustment allows visitors an extended duration of 45 days to explore Vietnam’s rich culture, beautiful landscapes, and vibrant markets, whether for pleasure or business purposes.

Visa exemption policy for Vietnam: list of countries

The complete list of countries eligible for Visa-Free entry to Vietnam is as follows:

CountryCurrent Visa ExemptionNew Visa Exemption
Russia15 days45 days
Belarus15 days45 days
Japan15 days45 days
South Korea15 days45 days
Denmark15 days45 days
Norway15 days45 days
Sweden15 days45 days
Finland15 days45 days
United Kingdom15 days45 days
Germany15 days45 days
France15 days45 days
Italy15 days45 days
Spain15 days45 days

Requirements for a 45-day Visa-Free Stay

The requirements for enjoying this 45-day visa-free stay are as follows:

  • The applicant must be a citizen of a country that has a visa exemption agreement with Vietnam.
  • A passport, valid for at least six months from the date of entry.
  • Proof of accommodation for your stay in Vietnam, such as hotel bookings.
  • Proof of a return ticket or onward travel.

Planning to stay longer? Emerhub has got you covered

If you’re planning to extend your stay for business purposes beyond the 45-day visa-free duration, Emerhub can help. We offer comprehensive visa services in Vietnam, assisting you in obtaining a business visa quickly and hassle-free.

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