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Requirements for Chinese citizens getting visa Vietnam

China Passport Holders are required visa for entering Vietnam.

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

1/ Apply visa at Embassy of Vietnam in Beijing, China in person at location as below :

- Address: No 32 Guanghua Road, Jiangou menwai, P.O.Box 00600, Beijing, China

- Website : www.vnemba.org.cn

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 Chinese citizens need visa for entering Vietnam or not ?

If you are residing in China or a Chinese citizen and are planning to visit Vietnam, it is mandatory that you apply for Visa. Citizens of most countries are required to apply for Visa to enter Vietnam. However, the residents of countries such as Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea are entitled to free Visa for 15 days in Vietnam. However, if an individual from any of these countries wishes to stay in Vietnam for a period of more than 15 days, he would have to apply for Visa. An important thing to note about the Visa mandates for individuals from these countries is that these individuals can avail of Visa free policy on their return, only if they come back after a period of 30 days. 

As far as an individual from China is concerned, there are two common methods of applying for Visa. The standard method would be to reach out to the embassy or consulate and seek help from the staff for forms, payments, submissions etc. This is a long drawn process and will require you to make multiple visits to the embassy. If you are someone who does not reside in an area where the Vietnamese embassy is present or are hard pressed for time, the ideal solution would be to apply for Visa on Arrival. 

In order to apply for Visa on Arrival, you will have to get in touch with a travel agent based in Vietnam. You will be required to fill up an online form, wherein you will have to key in details such as your name, occupation, purpose of visit, duration of stay, travel dates etc. While selecting the purpose of visit, you will have to choose from three options – business, tourist and travel. Business Visa offers a validity of one month, three months and six months. Tourist Visa offers a validity of one month and transit visa offers a validity of less than five days. If you are a transit passenger, you will have to move out of Vietnam within five days or else you will have to move to a third country. 

 You will also have to pay the Visa fees and the travel agent’s service charges, which can easily be deposited online. 

Once your form is filled, submit it for processing. It will take a couple of days for the Immigration department to process your application. Once your form is processed, you will be issued a letter of approval. This letter of approval can be collected by your travel agent and sent to you. 

On reaching Vietnam, you will have to submit this letter of approval along with the Visa stamping fees at the Visa on Arrival counter of the airport you arrive in to collect your document. It is mandatory that you carry all important documents with you, failing which you can be denied entry into Vietnam or even face immediate deportation. 

Also, the Visa on Arrival facility is extended to only those travellers who arrive in Vietnam by air. Those taking land routes to reach Vietnam are required to carry all necessary documents with them while travelling. If you are taking a cruise ship, you can contact the cruise authorities for information on Visa on Arrival. 

How to get Vietnam visa in China?

To get a Vietnam visa, there are 2 ways for you to choose:

1. Apply for your Vietnam visa in a Vietnam Embassy / Consulate:

You can go directly to the Vietnam embassy in your country and you will be instructed step by step on how to apply for a Vietnam visa there. By this way, you have to come directly to the Vietnam embassy at least two times. The first time you come there is to submit required documents and the second one coming there is to get your Vietnam visa.

We are pleased to give you the contact information of the Vietnam Embassy / Consulate in China as below so that you can contact easier:

Embassy of Vietnam in Beijing, China

Address: No 32 Guanghua Road, Jiangou menwai, P.O.Box 00600, Beijing, China

Telephone : (86-10) 6532 1155 or 6532 1125 - Consular: 6532 7038

Fax : (86-10) 6532 5720

Email : suquanbk@yahoo.com

Website : www.vnemba.org.cn

Consulate General of Vietnam in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, China

Address: second floor, Hotel Landmark B Bldg. North, Qiaoguang Road (Haizhu square), Guangzhou, Guangdong province, China.

Telephone : (86-20) 8330 5911 or 8330 5916 - Consular: 8330 5910

Fax : (86-20) 8330 5915

Email : tlsq.quangchau@mofa.gov.vn

Website : www.vietnamconsulate-guangzhou.org

Consulate General of Vietnam in Kun Ming, Yunnan provine, China

Address: second floor, Kai Wah International Hotel, 157 Beijing Road, Kun Ming, Yunnan province, China 650011

Telephone : (0086-871) 352 2669 or 351 5889

Fax : (0086-871) 351 6667

Email : tlsqcm@yahoo.com

Website : www.vietnamconsulate-kunming.org

Consulate General of Vietnam in Nanning, Guangxi province, China

Address: first floor, Touzi Dasha, 109 Minzu Avenue, Nanning, Guangxi province, China.

Telephone : (86-77) 1551 0562

Fax : (86-77) 1553 4738

Email : tlsqvn@rediffmail.com

Website : www.vietnamconsulate-nanning.org

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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