Applying For Vietnam Visa At The Vietnam Embassy


 
When you apply for Vietnam Visa USA citizens can access mail. It takes around 5 business days for the task to get over. The cost is around $100 and the steps are easy to follow. This article will give you a detailed outline of all the steps involved in applying for the visa.
1. The Vietnamese Embassy does not publish its fees on its website. This is why you need to begin by emailing them personally. You can also call them at the numbers 202-861-0737. This will help you to get an estimate price for the type of visa that you might require. There could be several versions of a type of visa. For example, a tourist visa could be of:

• Single entry for 30 days
• Multiple entry for 30 days
• Single entry for 90 days
• Multiple entry for 90 days

2. The next step is to visit the main visa application page.
3. Here you will need to indicate the purpose of your entry that should ideally be Tourism.
4. Once you are done with the form, you need to print it and attach a recent passport size photo along with the application.
5. The next step is to confirm that your passport will have a minimum validity of 6 months after your planned departure date from Vietnam. You should ideally make a copy of your passport before you mail it off.
6. You can pay by using a money order or a cashier’s check for the total price to be paid.
The Pros and The Cons
The biggest advantage of using this system is the fact that you do not need to appear in person to get the job done. The time taken is also not too much.
The disadvantage is the fact that you will have to mail your passport to the Vietnam Embassy that will incur expenses.

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Top 5 Beaches in the East


 
When it comes to beaches in East Asia, it’s hard to be able to narrow the choice down to five. There’s so many of them that have white golden beaches with palm trees that border an endless blue pacific ocean. With many of them peaking During november through to April, it makes for a perfect winter getaway. Allowing you to escape those miserable winter months for something a little like paradise.

A site that I use when i go to the east every year is www.airbanb.com. This will help you find a villa in koh samui, an apartment in singapore or a hostel in helsinki. They have a large range of places to rent so you’re sure to find something.

Anyway, without further adieu, my top five beaches in East Asia

1) Radhanagar Beach, Havelock Island, Andaman and Nicobar Island
The seas that surround this beach are beautifully clear, warm and are teeming with wildlife. This makes it a great place for scuba divers and it’s quickly making itself known for just that

2) White Beach, Boracay, Aklan Province
The island that this beach belongs to, Boracay, is only 4.5 miles long. The three beaches on the island offer different strengths. I chose white beach not only because of its pure white sand, but also because the best sun sets on the island are seen here

3) Ngapali Beach, Ngapali, Myanmar
This three kilometre beach is as close as you can get to isolated paradise you can get. It’s remote location means that you will not find any vendors and the other people there are few and far between

4) Nai Harn Beach, Rawai, Thailand
It takes a little bit of finding, but once you’ve managed to locate this beach, it will be all the more worth it. Trust me on this one

5) Agonda Beach, India
Our only beach located in India. People have called this place a great place to visit for sun worship, meditation and relaxing. Away from the swarms of people, you’ll find it harder to find a place to relax as much

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