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Phu Quoc’s foreign visitors exempted from entry visas


Foreign passport holders have been exempted from entry visas to visit Phu Quoc Island in the southern province of Kien Giang for less than 15 days, according to a new prime ministerial decision.
The decision, regulating entry and exit of foreigners on Phu Quoc Island, exempts entry visas for holders of passports valid for at least 45 days. Foreign visitors who enter Phu Quoc by seaway and airlines have to complete their entry procedures at immigration offices at the bordergate and international airport, respectively.
Foreigners who plan to visit localities close to the island require a visa from the island’s immigration office, who would also consider an extension for those who want to stay on the island for more than 15 days. Crews of foreign ships, with passports valid for entry, can reside on the island for the period when their ships are anchored.

Source: Vietnam News

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