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Visa's for Vietnam, Cambodia

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1. Posted by majortom (Budding Member 10 posts) 11y

Hey guys,
thanks a bunch for all advise in past and together we'll keep this a grea site...I'm heading to India in 2 weeks(cant wait, nearly here leavin friday week!!!)...i'm gonna spend couple of months in india, and work my way to Nepal for cupla weeks & I hope to try and catch a flight over to Hanoi from katmundu and work my way by land down thru VN, Cambodia, and wind up in bangkok. I have my Visa for india, nepal shud b str8forward when i'm there but dont know exactly what i'm gonna do about vietnamese or cambodian one- does anyone know for sure if this will be do-able when i'n over there?......
Cheers
Joe

2. Posted by Hien (Moderator 3906 posts) 11y

Hi Joe,

I have a few links for you.

You can do a quick and simple search at Google using the keywords "Cambodia Tourism" and "Vietnam Tourism" and you may find information that you need.

Cheers,
Hien

3. Posted by JimRL (Full Member 38 posts) 11y

I asked the same question not long ago and got the same links.
I can't seem to get hold of anyone from the vietnam embassy. I can't find price information either. I still hear mixed answers about visas to Vietnam, some say you can apply on the flight over there and some just point to the Vietnam Embassy website, does anyone actualy know?

4. Posted by GregW (Travel Guru 2635 posts) 11y

With Visa questions, the problem is that it differs not just by the country you are going to, but also by the country of your citizenship.

The best thing you can do is contact the embassy for the country you are travelling to in the country you are a citizen of. So, for UK citizens, I would contact theVietnam embassy in London and the Royal Cambodian Embassy, Paris, France (also responsible for UK): +33 (0)1 4503 4720.

They are the best ones to answer any questions.

Greg

5. Posted by abcdf (Full Member 557 posts) 11y

I have to agree with GregW. I just sent out for a visa for vietnam. if your parent is born in vietnam it may be cheaper. if your from the us its about 90 dollars. and if your from vietnam its 40.. i believe. G'luck.
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