Here is updated information and condition regarding travel to Vietnam.
When to expect the reopen to Vietnam?
We expect a limited opening from the third quarter of 2021 with the vaccination passport approved by the Authority.
Can we book our holiday now?
YES, we are welcoming all bookings. Because of the Covid-19, we will hold your booking until 14 days prior to the arrival date without a deposit for both conveniences.
Come early as other tourists are not ready would be an advantage with the priority and upgraded treatment from all suppliers. We expect from Dec 2021 onward there will be a high demand for hotels and other hospitality services due to some hotels already reported room shortages during this period.
What will be the entry requirements?
As always, you are required for a valid passport and visa to Vietnam. You are possibly be requested to hold a vaccine passport, PCR test upon arrival, or a certain quarantine period upon Authority requirements.
What will travelling like in Vietnam?
You expect to follow some standard hygiene measures like wearing masks in public places and in vehicles and frequent hand-sanitizing. Guides and drivers will be wearing masks and hotels will practice contactless check-ins. The vaccination program in Vietnam is going on and we expect 2/3 of our population to be vaccinated by the 4th quarter of 2021.
Since March this year, the local demand for travelling is very high some places had denied receiving more visitors.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the current situation, many of our staff are working from home so the responding may come not fast as usual. All your inquiries can be sent to email@example.com. Thank you for understanding!
*We can help you to get a visa to Vietnam for business purposes.
4th May 2021: Vietnam news
VGP – Vice Chairman of Ha Noi Municipal People’s Committee Chu Xuan Dung has ordered the closure of cinema centers, massage and spa services, gym clubs from May 5 amid the complex evolution of COVID-19 pandemic.
Residents are encouraged to avoid mass gatherings at public places and must wear masks and keep a distance of one meter from each other at public places.
Earlier on Monday, the municipal authorities decided to close all schools from kindergarten to high school levels from May 4 until the next announcement. The city also ordered relic and religious sites, street eateries, iced tea stalls, and cafes to close doors from 5:00 pm on Monday to prevent the risk of COVID-19 transmissions.
Meanwhile, restaurants and coffee shops serving customers indoors shall have to erect dividers between seats or ensure customers are one meter apart from each other. The capital city asked these establishments to encourage takeaways
Over the last week, Viet Nam recorded dozens of community infection cases linked to Vietnamese and Chinese nationals who tested positive for the virus after undergoing 14-day mandatory quarantine period
2nd May 2021: Vietnam news
There are 3 new local infection people who are natives of Ha Nam Province and linked to the patient returning from Japan 2899, raising the total number of COVID-19 cases to 10 locally. Meanwhile, 11 Vietnamese were brought home from Japan (5), the United Arab Emirates (1), Canada (one), Romania (1) or returned to Viet Nam (3) via the Cau Treo border gate between April 13-29. The same day, 33 patients were declared free of COVID-19, taking the total recoveries to 2,549, said the ministry. Anyway, we are encouraging people should not travel to crowded area and follow the 5K policy (face mask, hand sanitization, keep distancing, not travel in a group, medical registration) to protect ourselves from Covid-19 which is critical in Cambodia, India and some other Asian countries.
14 April 2021: Cambodia news
The government has decided to place Phnom Penh in lockdown for two weeks, effective April 14 midnight through April 28, as Cambodia continues to grapple with the ongoing community outbreak of Covid-19, which has seen no sign of subsiding. According to a directive signed by Prime Minister Hun Sen late on April 14, the lockdown also covers Takmao – the Kandal provincial town – which he said was interconnected. During the lockdown, residents are not allowed to leave their homes except when shopping for food and other necessities, in which case only two family members are permitted and at no more than three times per week. The exemption is also granted to those who need to commute to work or go about their business as long as they have a permit from employers or the relevant authorities. Residents are allowed to leave their area for medical reasons or other emergencies, in which case no more than four persons are permitted. Also exempted are diplomats, staff members of embassies, missions, foreign NGOs, organizations under the UN umbrella, and international financial institutions. More information from Phnom Penh post at this link https://www.phnompenhpost.com
30 March 2021: Vietnam news
At beginning of April, the first 800,000 AstraZeneca vaccine doses will arrive in Hanoi which is provided by Covax Facility program. The Covax Facility Program committed to providing Vietnam a total of 30 million doses, 4 million will be transferred latest by the end of May 2021, and the rest gradually transferring until the first quarter of 2022. Furthermore, Vietnam has contracted to buy 30 million doses from AstraZeneca. In Vietnam, we are testing the third round on people with a local vaccine Nanocovax. A positive result will give us the independence in COVID-19 vaccination. This morning 46,000 people had dosed the Covid-19 vaccines most of them reacting normally as the announcement.
28 March 2021: Vietnam is considering opening international borders for travellers who hold vaccination passports.
15 March 2021: A newly pagoda Tam Chuc is away from Hanoi about 1-hour drive, ten thousand pilgrims paid a visit to the pagoda on 14 and 15 March.
5 March 2021: Vietnam will open all activities on 8 March 2021 after a month of Covid quarantine. On 24 Feb, 117.000 Covid-19 vaccine doses of AstraZeneca arrived in Viet Nam, these vaccines will be dosed for the medical services team and front line groups. We expect to receive all 60 million doses within 2021 for priority groups include tourism and hospitality and then to all public. This great signal will open a possibility for international tourism return by the 3rd quarter this year. Let's wish for our reunion by then and remember that, we receive inquiries daily.