Considering Vietnam and China are neighbors, it is not surprising that so many Chinese visit their beautiful neighboring country. Chinese are actually the majority of the visitors in the country since there is a lot they have in common so they can feel at home in this country.
Being neighbors however does not mean you can just walk into Vietnam. A visa is required and there is a Vietnam visa cost for Chinese that you have to pay. If you want to receive the visa on arrival in Vietnam, this is only possible for visitors who will be entering the country through any of these three airports:
- Da Nang Airport in Da Nang city
- Tan Son Nhat Airport in Ho Chi Minh city (Saigon)
- Noi Bai Airport in Hanoi city
- Cat Bi Airport in Hai Phong city
- Can Tho Airport in Can Tho city
- Lien Khuong Airport in Da Lat city
- Cam Ranh Airport in Nha Trang city (Khanh Hoa province)
The application process starts before you get into the country. You are required to apply for the visa online.
Go to the immigration website and access the visa application form which you have to complete, giving accurate information to all the questions asked.
When the application form is filled, you will pay a fee which you can also do online and then submit the form for consideration. You may wait between a few hours to 3 working days before you get communication on your application.
If your visa has been approved, you will receive an email with the approval letter. With the approval letter, you can begin your travel to Vietnam. Carry with you two passport photos and be ready to pay the Vietnam visa price for Chinese on arrival.
On arrival, you will show the visa approval letter to the immigration official and hand over your passport with the photos. You will then make payment according to the visa you were granted and the passport will be stamped with a visa.
If you want to receive a Vietnam visa on arrival, here are the requirements:
- A valid Chinese passport for 6 months or more with at least 2 blank pages where the visa can be stamped.
- You need to have the Vietnam visa fee for China ready to pay on arrival
- 2 passport size photos
- You need to be entering the country through any of the 3 international airports.
Other Options to Get a Visa
If you will not be arriving in the country by plane, you will need to apply for a visa and get it before arrival into the country.
The procedure is almost similar to the one explained above. You can go ahead to apply for the visa online and even pay the application fees, and when you get your approval letter, you will need to go to the nearest embassy or consulate in China to have your passport stamped.
You can find out the Vietnam visa total cost for Chinese online and then prepare the funds to have that paid.
You can also have an agent handle the entire process for you and only provide the needed information and payments for the visa and other immigration costs.
Moreover, we offer 100% money back guaranteed if you are not happy with our services or if the visa application gets declined by the Vietnam government.