As you know, choosing and applying for online visa has become much easier with a very convenient application process. Visa On Arrival and E-visa are both applicable for Indian passport holders to be able to apply for it. However, which one is more suitable – let’s see the below detailed comparison:
|Visa On Arrival||E-visa|
|Purpose||Tourism or Business purpose||Tourism or Business purpose|
|Number of entry||Single or Multiple entry||Single entry|
|The length of stay||1-month or 3-month visa||30 days|
|Entry ports||6 international airports||8 international airports, 16 border gates and 9 seaports|
With tourism purpose, you can choose either Visa On Arrival or E-visa. However, which one you should apply for – it depends on what your need is, such as: single or multiple entry, the length of your stay…
In addition, you should take note that if you are going to enter Vietnam through seaports or border gates, Visa On Arrival is not accepted.
If you are just planning to stay in Vietnam for not more than 30 days with single entry, you can choose both of them to apply. Let’s see the fee of the below tables to easily choose:
|Purpose||Visa application fee|
|Tourism purpose||40 USD|
Visa On Arrival:
|Type of visa||Visa application fee||Visa stamp fee on arrival|
|1 month with single entry||6 USD||25 USD|
Although E-visa is a little more expensive than Visa On Arrival, but the application process is more simple. Therefore, E-visa would be a good option in this case.
In order to travel somewhere in the world, “how to apply visa” is one of the most common questions that many travelers want to know. For Indian citizens, there are …