Recently, the information regarding Vietnam visa policy adjustment applied to citizens of seven key markets has brought about worries to foreigners, travel agencies and visa suppliers.
Fortunately, according to the proclamation from Mr. Nguyen Van Tuan, Head of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, the proposal of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on maintaining visa waiver has officially been approved by the government for seven key markets (Russia, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, the Republic of Korea and Japan). Stated by Vietnam Tourism Association, this approval will help foster the tourism development and strengthen competitive advantage in the wake of global economic crisis.
Besides, many Southeast Asian nations also offer competitive visa policies for tourism development’s sake. In particular, Thailand permits free entry for 55 countries and when it comes to Malaysia, the number is extended up to 155.
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