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Effective Monday, 29 August 2016, for all tourist visa applications from United States tourists Vietnam will issue a 1-year/multiple-entry visa. The fee for this 1-year/multiple-entry visa is US$135.
Please note that this change will affect tourists who apply for a 1-month/single-entry visa (currently US$25) or a 1-month/multiple-entry visa (currently US$50), as they will now be required to pay US$135 and will automatically be given the 1-year/multiple-entry visa, regardless of the length of stay.
We will continue to monitor Vietnam visa and immigration policies and will alert you to any important changes.
The new contact information is:
No. 052, Unit 5,
Ban Wattay Noy Thong,
Vientiane Lao P.D.R.
T: (+856) 21 256 250-1
F: (+856) 21 256 253
At ICS Travel Group, we believe that our guides are an incredibly valuable part of our team. We realize your lasting impression of your trip is determined largely by your interaction with your guide, and we want you to leave Asia with wonderful memories, newfound cultural appreciation, and maybe even a lifelong friend.
As part of our commitment to quality, we offer continuous training to improve the knowledge and skills of our team members. Our guide team in Hanoi, Vietnam recently took time to update and expand their knowledge of the destinations we share with visitors to Hanoi.
View aircraft and war remnants at the Air Force Museum
Explore Vietnam’s many ethnic groups at the Ethnology Museum
Dive deep into Vietnamese culture at the Ethnology Museum
Prepare for all emergencies with First Aid training
View the ‘John McCain Monument’ on Truc Bach Lake
Guide training continues during lunch at Season of Hanoi restaurant
We welcome you to experience our knowledge, professional guides throughout Vietnam and the rest of Southeast Asia. Please contact your dedicates sales representative for more information.
Vietnam has extended the visa exemption to residents of the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
Travelers from these countries will not be required to obtain a visa for traveling up to 15 days in Vietnam. The change will be effective from 01 July 2016 until 30 June 2017.
Citizens of Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Japan, South Korea and Russia are also exempt from visa requirements until December 31st, 2019.
Travelers must have a passport with at least 6 month validity. Only single entries will be granted; guests entering multiple times will need to apply for a visa each time.
Please note that an official announcement from the Vietnamese Government is expected to be released in the coming days.
Grab your camera, binoculars and hiking shoes and come experience the beauty of southeast Asia and India!
Southern and southeastern Asia offers a huge variety of hiking and trekking opportunities. Whether you’re looking for volcanoes or waterfalls, caves or villages, there is something here for you!
1. Vietnam • Sapa
The picturesque, terraced rice paddies are one of the highlights of a trip to Sapa.
A few weeks ago, Myanmar’s Ministry Of Hotels and Tourism facilitated a training course titled “Do’s and Don’ts.” The course focused on environmental conservation, biological diversity, and safety.
All boat and car drivers (a total of 48 boat drivers and 26 car drivers from ICS) attended the training course and increased their functional and practical knowledge, for the benefit of our clients.