Currently, the need to enter Vietnam for Singaporeans for different purposes is very high. If you are unsure of the Vietnam visa policy for Singaporean citizens, do not miss the following article.

Vietnam visa requirements for Singaporean citizens 

If a Singaporean citizen enters Vietnam with a short stay of less than 30 days, a visa is not required.

And then, to enter Vietnam under visa exemption, the Singaporeans need to ensure that their passport is valid for at least 06 months beyond their date of arrival.

In case the Singaporeans need to stay in Vietnam for more than 30 days in a row, they should apply for a visa beforehand to avoid the high cost of extending visa exemption in Vietnam.

The second section of this article will advise you how to apply Vietnam visa for Singaporeans easily.

How to get Vietnam visa for Singaporean citizens

To get a long-term visa for Vietnam (more than 30 days), the Singapore passport holders may choose either of the following ways:

1. Getting the visa at the Vietnam embassy

In this way, Singaporean nationals will prepare the necessary documents, then submit them to the Vietnamese diplomatic mission in Singapore or in a third country. (For example, Singaporeans in the United States can apply at the Vietnam Embassy/Consulate in the US).

Below is the Information of the Vietnamese diplomatic agency in Singapore. If you want to apply for a visa or need to answer any questions, you can refer to the information of the embassy below.

Vietnam Embassy in Singapore

  • Address: 10 Leedon Park, Singapore 267887
  • Phone: (+65) 64625938
  • Fax: (+65) 64689863
  • Email: [email protected]

2. Getting the Visa on arrival

This is an extremely convenient way to get a visa to Vietnam for Singaporeans. With just a few simple steps, you can quickly apply for a Vietnam visa approval letter to get a visa stamped upon arrival at Vietnam airport and proceed with your trip as planned.

To apply for a visa on arrival, you fill out the registration form on the service provider’s website and pay the service fee. After 2 to 4 days, you will receive the approval letter. When you arrive in Vietnam, you give this letter and passport to the customs officer for the procedure. Next, you pay the stamping fee to finish.

That’s so easy.