International visitors granted with an e-visa will be able to enter the country through multiple points, including 13 airports, 16 land border gates and 13 sea border gates.
Furthermore, Vietnam has also extended its visa-free privilege from 15 to 45 days for select countries, including the UK. So, if you want to stay for less than a month and a half, you won’t even need a visa.
How do I get an e-visa to Vietnam?
You can apply for an electronic visa on the Vietnam government’s online portal. It costs around £20 (25 USD) and you will need to allow at least three working days for the process to be completed.
You’ll also need a high-resolution passport photograph and a scan of your passport ID pages to apply. Make sure to keep hold of your registration code so you can access your downloadable PDF e-visa.
Travellers are asked to print their e-visas in order to enter and exit Vietnam.