Vietnam Embassy In Brunei

In an effort of the Vietnam Government to attract more and more tourists and businessmen from Brunei to come to Vietnam, a visa system called visa on arrival was created to help you acquire Vietnam visa Brunei. Currently, apart from the regular method which is acquiring visa at the Vietnam Embassy, you can choose to apply for a visa Vietnam on arrival through a travel agency in Vietnam such as Greenvisa.io.

VOA Vietnam is the best alternative way which was initially introduced to help those living far from the Vietnam Embassy get visa easily. In place of following the long processes of obtaining Vietnam visa at embassy, you only need to complete a Vietnam online visa form and pay for the visa-processing fee.

However, if you still decide to apply for a visa at the Vietnam Embassy, there are some important things that you should remember. One of them is that every essential document has to be submitted at the same time to the Embassy of Vietnam. If you do not adapt any of these Vietnam visa requirements, your application form will be rejected. Another thing is that the stamping fee at the Vietnam Embassy is nonrefundable. In some circumstances, the visa submission may be declined or extended by the embassy. Therefore, you should not book any plane ticket during the time your visa is processed because the embassy will not take any responsibility if your visa request is declined and you cannot board the plane.

Embassy of Vietnam in Brunei Darussallam, Brunei

Below is the contact information of Embassy of Vietnam in Brunei Darussallam, Brunei, who will provide you with assistance and information on how to get a visa to Vietnam.

  • City: Brunei Darussallam
  • Address: No 9,Spg 148-3 jalan Telanai BA 2312,BSB - BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
  • Phone: 00-673 2651580
  • Fax: (673) 245 6483; (673) 245 6486
  • Website: vietnamembassy-brunei.org/en/
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Office hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m

  • By choosing this option, you can get the full visa stamped after one-week process. You also need to send the original passport by post or in person to the embassy. This step may take you extra time and money for transportation, additional documents and mail post fee.

    In addition, please take note that the procedure and fee to apply for a Vietnam visa are different from embassy to embassy. Therefore, you are strongly advised to find the nearest Vietnam Embassy for up-to-date and accurate information. In case you would like to avoid such hassles above, choosing Vietnam visa on arrival or Vietnam evisa via Greenvisa would be a better option for you.

    For more detail on how to apply for it, please click the following link: Vietnam visa guideline.