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Does Malaysian need visa to Vietnam?

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Does Malaysian need visa to Vietnam?

Hi,

Just want to be sure, does malaysian need to apply visa to vietnam?

Thanks

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1. Re: Does Malaysian need visa to Vietnam?

hi

Malai need visa in Viet nam

usually you get 1 month

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2. Re: Does Malaysian need visa to Vietnam?

Hi Vina

Had been to Vietnam several times.

Vietnam is part of Asean>>no visa required for Malaysian

Cheers

Jyvaskyla, Finland
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3. Re: Does Malaysian need visa to Vietnam?

I have the same answer as leopang

However , you will need the visa if you stay here for more than a month :)

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4. Re: Does Malaysian need visa to Vietnam?

Maylaysian passport holder does not need visa for Vietnam. Length of stay is less than 30 days. In Asean, Brunei & Cambodia need Visa for Vietnam, others (Singapore, Laos, Thailand, Myanmar, Philipines, Indonesia...) are exempt.

Phong

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5. Re: Does Malaysian need visa to Vietnam?

I thought Cambodians don’t need visas. I’ve heard citizens near border just go back and forth quite easily.

6. Re: Does Malaysian need visa to Vietnam?

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