Hi. We are planning to visit Hue/ Danang (Chan May) by cruise. It starts from Hong Kong and we will go to Hue/ Danang (Chan May) from a day. I would like to know if Indian and US citizens need to apply for visa? Do we apply for visa online?
For Hong Kong citizens who get to Vietnam by bus, there is one way available for them which is to obtain a visa via Vietnam Embassy.
All questions above talked about visa issues if traveled by air. What about by cruise (through ocean ship)? I plan to take a cruise departing Hong Kong through a China port to a Vietnam port. Can I apply similar Vietnam visa on arrival like the one taking by air?
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I’m in Hong Kong, and I have a question. If I submit the visa online to you, will you group with other applicants and send a mass email upon the approval letter is ready? I am concerned about my personal data being disclosed in such way.
All holders of Hong Kong passports need a visa stamp or pre-approval visa letter before entering Vietnam.
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