WELCOME TO VIETNAM
Hanoi - the capital of Vietnam, the city of peace - is blessed with a rich history, scenic views and remarkable architecture which has been passed down through many generations. After decades of innovation and development, Hanoi has achieved success in many aspects relating to economy, politics and culture, allowing the city to be the destination of many internationally recognized events as well as the newest proud host for The FIA Formula One World Championship.
Welcome to the F1 Vietnam Grand Prix 2020.
Experience the Capital of Hanoi through its many lenses. Regardless of whether it is the amazing food culture or the charming and bustling streets of Hanoi, find out more what it has in store!Learn more
Move around Hanoi and to the location of F1 Vietnam Grand Prix easily with Hanoi’s public bus transportation app.
1. Download the app Tìm Buýt, sign in for free
2. Put in the address and look for the most convenient route
3. Move to the bus station
4. Pay as little as 7,000VND/trip
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Getting to Vietnam
Foreign travelers can conveniently travel to one of the three main airports which include Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi (HAN), Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) and Da Nang International Airport in Danang (DAD).
From other Asian countries, travelers can easily reach the main airports above by using a wide range of airlines.
Some of them are highly popular budget airlines which include Vietjet Air, Jetstar Pacific Airline, AirAsia, Scoot and more.
Did you know, Vietnam offers visa exemptions
to travelers from 24 countries around the world?
Check below to see if your nationality applies!
|Area||Country||Term of residence|
|South America||Chile||Less than 90 days|
Notes on visa exemptions :
- Vietnam Electronic Visa (e-Visa)
- Vietnam Visa on Arrival
Travelers can also easily apply for a visa online, on arrival at the airport or in person at a Vietnamese embassy or consulate.
Vietnam's e-Visa is now available to nationals of 80 countries :
|Argentina||Bulgaria||Estonia||Ireland||Marshall Islands||New Zealand||Romania||Switzerland|
|Australia||Colombia||Finland||Japan||Micronesia||Palau||Salomon Islands||United Arab Emirates|
|Austria||Croatia||France||Kazakhstan||Moldova||Panama||San Marino||United Kingdom|
|Azerbaijan||Cuba||Georgia||Latvia||Monaco||Papua New Guinea||Serbia||United States of America|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||Chile||Hungary||Luxembourg||Myanmar||Portugal||South Korea||Venezuela|
|Brazil||China (including Hong Kong and Macau passports)||Iceland||Macedonia||Nauru||Philippines||Spain||Western Samoa|
- 1. A 4x6 passport photo with a white background and no glasses
- 2. A filled-out visa application form
- 3. A passport or substitute ID valid for six months from the date you plan to enter Vietnam
- 4. Payment (25 USD to 50 USD) for visa fees, and
- 5. A Letter of Approval from a Vietnamese embassy or consulate (if you are picking up your visa at the airport)