Hello my friends, Have a nice weekend for all.
I am UK passport holder and I am planning to travel Vietnam on 18 Feb. I know that it shall be on traditional New Year in Vietnam. Have any interesting things to do on the occasion? Another question, It is the first time I travel Vietnam and go alone. My friend who travelled Vietnam in 2013 suggested me apply Vietnam visa on arrival at Go Vietnamvisa. I have tried to find any review of Go Vietnamvisa but I cannot found.
Please give me some advice! Thank you very much in advance.
Hi Keith Valentina,
I am a professional Vietnam visa advisor. As the key word search Go Vietnamvisa review, I can find it at Tripadvisor.com- a famous website for travelling as the link http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g293939-i9162-k5225278-Vietnam_visa_in_Siem_Reap-Cambodia.html
So many friends also booked successfully at this website. So please do not worry because visa procedures for Vietnam visa on arrival are very easy to follow. All is done online. You will get a pre-approval visa via email in advance, then bring it to your arrival airport and get Vietnam visa stamped on your passport.
You will travel Vietnam on Traditional New Year, it is a special time of the Vietnamese. Almost shops will be nearly closed. But it still works at big cities in Vietnam such as Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh. Or you can travel Mekong Delta, and experience New Year with local people here by asking them for homestay, you will find interesting to cook traditional food and take part in exciting activities here.
Wish you have a trip in Vietnam. over 2 years ago
hi Anthonyjames. Visa pre- approval letter is an official legitimate document granted to the passport holders by the Vietnam Immigration Department, proving that they have been approved by the Immigration to get visa at the arrival airport.
Upon arrival in Vietnam, the passport holders need to show this document + passport + photos & pay the stamping feeto the Immigration Officers to get their visa stamped into their passport. about 2 years ago