Requirements for Bruneian getting visa Vietnam

British Passport Holders are not required visa for entering Vietnam if stay less than 15 days (showing tickets for exiting within 15 days). In case, stay more than 15 days, you should apply visa.

There're 2 ways to get visa for entering Vietnam :

1/ Apply visa at Embassy of Vietnam in Brunei in person at location : No 9,Spg 148-3 jalan Telanai  BA 2312,BSB (Bandar Seri Begawan), Brunei

2/ Or if you don't want to go to embassy location, you can apply online to get approval for getting visa on arrival Vietnam.

Does Brunei Citizens Need Visa for Entering Vietnam or Not?

No. Brunei citizens do not need Visa if they are visiting the country for 14 days. Vietnam offers 14 days Visa exemption to citizens of Brunei. However, if you are a citizen of Brunei and wish to stay in Vietnam for more than 14 days then you will have to obtain Visa like any other foreign citizen. Vietnam offers very simple Visa application procedures. If a foreign citizen wish to obtain Visa to Vietnam, he can either contact the Embassy of Vietnam in his country or apply for Visa on Arrival. Vietnam has its embassies and diplomatic missions in about 70 countries across the world, including Brunei. 

At the embassy, you will be asked to fill up the Visa application form. Along with the duly filled form, you will be required to submit one recent passport sized photograph, one self-addressed envelope and your original passport. Besides submitting these documents, you will also have to pay the Visa fees. These fees can be paid in favor of the Embassy of Vietnam by way of money order or cashier’s check. 

The embassy will take at least five working days to process your documents. Once your documents are processed, you will be issued a fully stamped Visa. Although this process offers you the benefit of getting hold of a fully stamped Visa before leaving for departure, it has certain drawbacks. If you do not reside in an area near the embassy location, you will have to undertake a considerable amount of travel. This procedure requires the applicant to make several visits to the embassy before the process is complete. Also, it is quite time consuming. 

The easier alternative to this method is Visa on Arrival. In order to apply for Visa on Arrival, you will have to get in touch with a reliable travel agent based in Vietnam. You can fill up the application form online and fill in your details such as your name, occupation, duration of stay, purpose of visit etc. When filling up the purpose of visit section, you will have to choose from options such as business, tourist and transit. 

A business Visa offers a validity of one month, three months or six months. A tourist Visa comes with a validity of one month and a transit Visa comes with a validity of less than five days. If you are a transit visitor, you will have to leave Vietnam in less than five days or move to a third country after five days. 

Usually online applications are processed in two days, after which you will be issued a letter of approval. This letter of approval can be collected by your travel agent on your behalf and he can have it forwarded to you. On reaching Vietnam, you will have to produce this letter of approval at the Visa on Arrival counter of the airport you arrive in. Along with the letter, you will have to pay the Visa stamping fees to collect your Visa on Arrival document. 

It is to be noted that the Visa on Arrival facility is extended only to those travelers who arrive in Vietnam by air. For those taking land routes, it is mandatory that they carry all their documents with them while travelling. In case of a cruise ship, the cruise authorities can be contacted for information on Visa on Arrival. 

How to get Vietnam visa in Brunei Darussalam?

However, if you want to stay longer than 14 days, you can apply for your Vietnam visa by the two following ways:

1. Get visa from a Vietnam Embassy / Consulate in Brunei

You can go directly to the Vietnam embassy in your country and you will be given detailed instructions on how to apply for a Vietnam visa there.

We are pleased to give you the contact information of the Vietnam embassy in Brunei as below so that you can contact easier:

Embassy of Vietnam in Brunei

Address: No 9,Spg 148-3 Jalan Telanai BA 2312,BSB (Bandar Seri Begawan), Brunei

Telephone : 2651580

Ambassador: 2651586

Code :00-673

Fax : 2651574

Email :


2.  Apply online to obtain an approval letter to pick up your Vietnam visa at Vietnam international airports (in case you travel by air to Vietnam) 

Please click here for Vietnam visa inquiry.

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