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Rush service: $ 0.0
Approval fee: $ 12.0 x 1 visa(s)
Total: 12.0 USD
(excluding stamping fee)


Fill the online form
Fill in the secured online form. It takes only a couple of minutes to complete.

Confirm and pay
Confirm the information for processing visa and pay the service fee.

Get your approval letter
Get the visa approval letter within 1 or 2 working days via email.

Get your visa stamped
Bring the approval letter, your passport, 2 photos, exit and entry form and stamping fee to get your visa stamped at the arrival airports.



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Vietnam visa for China

Chinese citizens can apply for Vietnam visa from China, or from any other countries where they are staying or living in by selecting rapid visa online application. The visa on arrival is the easiest and cheapest way for the Chinese people getting the visa to Vietnam.

1. Vietnam and China relations

Since the relation normalization in 1991, the friendship and relations of mutual benefit between the two countries have been developing both in width and depth in all fields bringing about practical benefits to both sides. Until now, the 2 countries have signed 52 agreements at state level, laying legal foundation for long lasting cooperation between the two countries. Both sides have reopened airlines, railways, sea routes and roads, facilitating the transportation of goods and passengers between the two countries. The exchanges of delegations at State and local levels are increasing. Every year, more than 100 delegations at ministerial, departmental, local and grass-root levels of both sides are exchanged. These activities have contributed to enhancing mutual understanding and trust and expanding the bilateral cooperation.

The bilateral cooperation in other fields such as diplomacy, national defense and public security of the 2 countries have been further promoted with the signing of cooperation agreements between the two Foreign Ministries (December 2002), Public Security Ministries (September 2003) and Defense Ministries (October 2003). The exchange of the youth between the 2 countries is often conducted with interesting agendas. The two sides also attached importance to regularly organizing workshops on theory and experience in national development, socialist construction and Party building.

Viet Nam set up its Consulate General in Guang Zhou (1993), Hong Kong (1994), Kun Ming (Yun Nan) and Nan Ning (Guang Xi) - May, 2004. China opened its Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City in 1993.

The relations between border provinces of the 2 countries have been also strongly increased. Provincial leaders often pay visits across the border to discuss ways to step up economic, trade and tourism cooperation between the two sides as well as to safeguard social order and security in the border area to contribute to accelerating the process of border demarcation and border mark planting along the border line on land between the two countries. At the beginning of June, 2007, Vietnam’s Foreign Ministry organized a delegation of representatives from seven northern border provinces and Hai Phong City to visit Yun Nan, Guang Xi and Guang Dong. These events help create opportunities for businesses of both sides to boost economic, trade, tourism and investment cooperation. During the visit, the northern border provinces of Viet Nam and Yun Nan, Guang Xi of China signed agreements for establishment of joint committees and joint working groups between border provinces of the 2 countries.

2. Notice on Vietnam visa on arrival for Chinese citizens

Chinese citizens CANNOT get the Vietnam visa on arrival if they travel from China mainland, they must do the visa stamped prior to arriving in Vietnam. That mean, if the Chinese citizens travel from China, they must apply visa in Vietnam Embassy in China.

Normally, applying visa in Vietnam Embassy will take long time and cost much. In order to get rid of these troubles, we will offer Vietnam visa code which is approved by Vietnam Immigration Department in advance then faxed directly to the Vietnam Embassy in China. The applicants just bring the original passport and present the copy of the visa approval code to the Vietnam Embassy and get the visa stamped there.

If Chinese citizens arrive from a third country, not China mainland, Vietnam visa on arrival is quite available and legitimate. In this case, what they need to do is fill in the online application form, make payment and get the letter of approval within 36 - 48 hours.

3. Getting the Vietnam visa from China

Vietnam Immigration policy regulates that all China passport holders need to apply for visa for Vietnam before entering the countries. From China, you can get a visa to Vietnam by two 2 options:

1. Get Vietnam visa code: Visa code will help Chinese citizens get rid of taking long time and much expense at the Vietnamese Embassies.
- Issuing unit: Vietnam Immigration Department
- Processing time: 1 to 2 working days
- No passport sendoff required
- How it works? You go online at, fill in the secured form, and just wait 36 hour to 2 working days (normal service) or within 1 working day (urgent service) to get your Visa approval letter via email. Taking this letter of approval, your passport, 2 photos and US$25 (for single entry)/ US$50 (for multiple entry) as stamping fee to get your visa at airport. Further information, please visit application process or contact with us.

2. Get Vietnam entry visa at Vietnam Embassy in China:
- Issuing unit: Vietnam Embassy
- Processing time: 4 to 5 working days
- Your original passport required

Embassy of Vietnam in Beijing, China
Address: No 32 Guanghua Rd., Jiangou menwai, P.O.Box 00600, Beijing, CHINA
Phone: (86-10) 6532 11
Fax: (86-10) 6532 57
Vietnamese Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Address: 2nd floor, Hotel Landmark B Building North, Qiaoguang Rd. (Haizhu square), Guangzhou, CHINA.
Phone: (86-20) 8330 59
Fax: (86-20) 8330 59
Consulate General of Vietnam in Kun Ming, China
Address: No. 507, Hong Ta Mansion 1 No. 155 Beijing Road, Kunming, China
Phone: (0086-871)- 351
Fax: (0086-871) 351
Consulate General of Vietnam in Nanning, China
Address: 1st floor, Touzi Dasha, 109 Minzu Avenue, Nanning, CHINA.
Phone: (86-77) 1551 05
Fax: (86-77) 1553 47
Consulate General of Vietnam in Hong Kong, China
Address: 15/F, Great Smart Tower, 230 Wan Chai Road, Wan Chai, HONG KONG, CHINA
Phone: (852) 2591 4517
Fax: (852) 2591 4524
Your Email:

However, visa getting at Vietnam Embassy tends to consume more time and money. There are a lot of our clients choose applying for Vietnam visa online to avoid bureaucratic barriers and nuisance there. To get more information about the Vietnam visa on arrival, please refer to Vietnam visa on arrival and FAQ page.

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