Vietnam offers visa exemptions to citizens holding a regular valid passports from 24 countries as mentioned below:
|AREA||No.||COUNTRY||TERM OF RESIDENCE|
|ASIA||1||Brunei||Less than 14 days|
|2||Cambodia||Less than 30 days|
|3||Indonesia||Less than 30 days|
|5||Kyrgyzstan||Less than 30 days|
|6||Laos||Less than 30 days|
|7||Malaysia||Less than 30 days|
|8||Myanmar||Less than 14 days|
|9||Philippines||Less than 21 days|
|10||Singapore||Less than 30 days|
|11||South Korea||Temporarily Suspended|
|12||Thailand||Less than 30 days|
|11||United Kingdom||Temporarily Suspended|
|SOUTH AMERICA||1||Chile||Less than 90 days|
Notes on visa exemptions:
- As of Mar. 21, 2020, Vietnam has temporarily suspended visa exemptions for citizens from Belarus, Russia, and Japan.
- Starting Mar. 8, 2020 Vietnam has temporarily suspended visa exemptions for citizens of the European Union, the United Kingdom, and as well as other countries with more than 500 cases or grow more than 50 cases a day.
- As of Feb. 29, 2020 visa exemptions for South Koreans have temporarily suspended until further notice, and as of Mar. 2, 2020 visa exemptions for Italians will also be temporarily suspended.
- The exemptions listed above for Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Belarus, Finland, Japan, South Korea, and Russia are valid until Dec. 31, 2022.
- The exemptions listed above for the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, and Italy are valid until June 30, 2021.
- Spouses or children of Vietnamese citizens are allowed to stay in the country without a visa for six months and must show papers proving their eligibility.