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Updated on May 14, 2024

If you want to enjoy a short vacation as a backpacker or a travel adventurer, then you definitely deserve to escape to Vietnam, especially if you have a Chinese Passport. Vietnam is a nearby country to China, so why not plan a visit to it.


Vietnam has growing fame among the Chinese. But, as a Chinese citizen, you have to obtain a travel document first. The good news is that this travel document isn’t complicated to get as it’s only an effortless Vietnamese eVisa.

At iVisa.com we wrote this article so you can learn the main rules and regulations, which are valuable as a guide to the application process. Read the most common questions below to learn more about the Vietnam Visa for Chinese Passport Holders.

Frequently Asked Questions - Vietnam Visa FAQS

Do Chinese citizens need a visa to travel to Vietnam?

If you have a Chinese passport, then you need to apply for a Vietnam eVisa for Chinese Passport Holders which is available on iVisa.com.

This document is completely electronic and it’s necessary for business or tourism purposes.

How many types of Vietnamese eVisas are there for Chinese people?

As a Chinese citizen, you can apply for the Vietnam e-Visa. This document is not an embassy visa replacement, which is quite convenient because it's easier to get. The process to get this eVisa isn’t as time-intensive as the traditional one.

What is a Vietnam eVisa for Chinese Passport Holders?

The Vietnamese eVisa is a type of pre-travel document required for foreigners who want to enter this country. It’s required for almost every foreign citizen around the globe, including Chinese citizens.

With this document, you get valid permission to enter Vietnam through an electronic system linked to your passport.

What are the documents required to apply?

A great benefit of using iVisa.com’s application form is that it’s more accessible than visiting a Vietnamese embassy, but that doesn't mean you don't need a few things first. Here is the list of all you need:

  • A valid passport with a visible copy of the first page.
  • An applicant photo (you can use iVisa.com’s passport photos for that).
  • Valid e-mail address to get the eVisa and other updates.
  • Credit/debit card for payments.

Don’t forget to make sure your passport has at least 6 months of validity upon arrival in Vietnam.

What are the processing times and prices for the Vietnamese e-visa?

Chinese citizens will pay about $80 for a Vietnam visa when applying in person at a Vietnamese embassy, but these prices can vary depending on the location.

At iVisa.com we know that it can be tricky to understand how much you pay for an e-Visa, especially online. That's why we'll give you all the details about the three options below:

  • Standard process: This is the most affordable option 'cause it only costs USD $94.99. With this process, you have your visa ready in 15 days.
  • Rush Process: This option is more expensive than the previous one, but it's because you get your visa ready in 12 days. It costs USD $120.99.
  • Super Rush Process: This option costs USD $224.99, but you receive your visa in only 10 days.

Find out more information about the e-Visa on iVisa.com.

How much time do I need to apply for the Vietnam Visa for Chinese Passport Holders?

You only need five or ten minutes to apply because all you have to do is to fill in this application form. Remember that this is possible only for a Vietnamese eVisa.

How can I apply for this document on iVisa.com?

You can get your application form in person from an embassy, but that means wasting time. You can avoid large queues and tedious paperwork by applying at iVisa.com through this easy Vietnam e-Visa form. These are the few steps you have to follow:

  • First, you complete the Vietnam Tourist Visa form with general information like name, address, passport info, and so on. In this part, you also have to select the processing time you want.
  • Second, you have to review all the information to avoid mistakes, this is very important. After that, you just proceed with the payment.
  • Third, you must attach the documents required and click on ‘submit’ so you can be ready with the process.

Make sure to write the correct information, as after issuing your form, there's no way to edit it, iVisa is not able to change any information after sending your form.

You can contact iVisa.com’s customer service by chat online in case you have any doubts while completing your online form.

How many times can I enter Vietnam if I’m from China?

In the case of the Vietnamese eVisa, it has a Multiple Entry, so you can enter only once.

How can I apply for my family or friends?

You can apply for your family members or friends by filling in the application form with their personal information.

Can I enter Vietnam at any port of entry with this e-visa?

Sadly, that’s not possible because this document is available only in certain ports of entry:

  • Cat Bi Int Airport (Hai Phong)
  • Cam Ranh Int Airport (Khanh Hoa)
  • Can Tho International Airport
  • Da Nang International Airport
  • Noi Bai Int Airport (Ha Noi)
  • Phu Bai Int Airport
  • Phu Quoc International Airport
  • Tan Son Nhat Int Airport (Ho Chi Minh City)

There are also some land ports and seaports where this eVisa is accepted. You can check the complete list on this link.

What does the Vietnamese e-visa look like?

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I have more unresolved questions, where can I find more info about the Vietnam Visa requirements for Chinese Passport Holders?

Applying for this document isn’t hard but don’t worry if you have questions about the process. You can enter this link to check more info about the Vietnamese e-Visa for Chinese Passport Holders or you can contact one of our customer service agents here.

You can apply for the Vietnamese e-Visa if you prefer to pay for your visa before visiting Vietnam.

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