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30-days visa exemption for foreign nationals visiting PhuQuoc Island

30-days visa exemption for foreign nationals visiting PhuQuoc Island

International travelers will have 30 days without Vietnam visa when traveling PhuQuoc Island. This new policy will be took effect on March 10th 2014.

30 days without Vietnam visa when traveling PhuQuoc Island,  traveling PhuQuoc Island

PhuQuoc Island

Accordingly, any foreign travelers or Vietnamese travelers with foreign passport entering PhuQuoc Island will obtain the exemption for entry, exit and transit visas up to 30 days. This visa exemption is also applicable for any foreign visitors being in transit at an international border gate in Vietnam (both by air and by sea).

This visa waiver is a part of Decision No.80 approved by Vietnam’s Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on December 27th 2013. The old policy is exempting Vietnam visa for international visitors to PhuQuoc Island for 15 days.

This new change is aiming to give the most favorable policies to developPhuQuoc tourism and to attract more and more international tourists to this “pearl” island.

PhuQuoc is the Vietnam’s largest island (KienGiang Province – the South of Vietnam) with 547 square kilometer in total area. It isfeatured by charming beaches, beautiful natural landscapes, diverse ecosystem (both on land and undersea) as well as local cultural and historical values. With warm weather all-year-round, PhuQuoc is ideal destination in any seasons of year, especially in dry season (November to April).

 

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