Visa Run to Vietnam

Vietnam is a popular destination for visa runs.
The flight to Ho Chi Minh City takes about 4 hours, with one-way tickets starting at $120 per person.
Foreigners can stay on the mainland without a visa for up to 45 days. All tourists arriving in Vietnam are advised to have insurance coverage worth $10,000 or more that includes COVID-19.
Given the availability of more budget-friendly and nearby visa run alternatives like Malaysia, we recommend treating your visa run to Vietnam as a mini-holiday and spending a few days there to do some sightseeing.
For a beach getaway, you can fly from Ho Chi Minh City to any Vietnamese resort: Nha Trang, Ha Long, Mui Ne, Phu Quoc, and others, with flights costing around $30 one way.
If you miss the hustle and bustle of a big city, consider staying in Ho Chi Minh City. It is Vietnam's economic center and cultural capital, blending modern skyscrapers with colonial buildings, authentic pagodas, and bustling markets.
Ho Chi Minh City has many attractions, including the War Remnants Museum, the Vietnam History Museum, the Cu Chi Tunnels, the Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica, the Bitexco Tower's observation deck with panoramic views, the Reunification Palace, and more.
At night, the city comes alive with vibrant parties and delicious street food.
You can also take a cruise along the Mekong Delta to see unique floating houses and vast rice plantations or enjoy craft beer at local breweries.
A visa run is a great way to change the scenery and reset your visa upon arrival. However, if you plan to stay in Bali for more than two months, it's better to get a B211 visa. This visa can be extended without leaving the country and allows you to stay on the island for up to six months.
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