Entry gates allows foreigners to enter Vietnam with e-visa
Electronic visa (e-visa) for Vietnam is new pilot visa system which has just official launched in February 2017.
At the first stage, 40 countries whose citizens are eligible for e-visa and then more 6 countries are added into the list in December 2017;
In February 2019, the Vietnam rolls out new phase of e-visa for visitors from 35 countries that brings the number of countries using Vietnam e-visa to 81 (see the list of 81 countries).
In February 2017, there are 28 entry gates that the travelers can arrive in Vietnam with e-visa including 8 airports, 13 borders gate on land and 7 sea ports.
In February 2019, more 5 border gates are added into the list, including:
1. Border gate Tay Trang in the northern mountainous province of Dien Bien;
2. Border gate Na Meo in the central province of Thanh Hoa;
3. Border gate La Lay in the central province of Quang Tri;
4. Duong Dong Seaport in the southern province of Kien Giang; and
5. Chan May Seaport in the central province of Thua Thien Hue will also allow immigration by e-visas.
|Tan Son Nhat International Airport (Ho Chi Minh City)||Nam Can Landport||Ho Chi Minh City Seaport|
|Noi Bai International Airport (Ha Noi)||Song Tien Landport||Quy Nhon Seaport|
|Da Nang International Airport||Tinh Bien Landport||Nha Trang Seaport|
|Cam Ranh International Airport (Khanh Hoa)||Xa Mat Landport||Hai Phong Seaport|
|Can Tho International Airport||Mong Cai Landport||Hon Gai Seaport|
|Phu Bai International Airport||Moc Bai Landport||Da Nang Seaport|
|Phu Quoc International Airport||Lao Bao Landport||Vung Tau Seaport|
|Cat Bi International Airport||Ha Tien Landport||Duong Dong Seaport|
|Huu Nghi Landport||Chan May Seaport|
|Cau Treo Landport|
|Cha Lo Landport|
|Bo Y Landport|
|Lao Cai Landport|
|Tay Trang Landport|
|Na Meo Landport|
|La Lay Landport|