Vietnam Visa Exemption for Bruneian Citizens of Brunei won’t need a visa if staying for less than 14 days. You have to apply for a visa if intending to stay …
Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Brunei
Address: No 9,Spg 148-3 jalan Telanai BA 2312,BSB BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
Phone: (00-673) 2651580 – Ambassador: (00-673) 2651586
Fax: (00-673) 2651574
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : vnembassy-darussalam.mofa.gov.vn
Complete Name: State of Brunei
Native Name: Brunei
Capital: Bandar Seri Begawan
Districts: Belait, Brunei & Muara, Temburong, Tutong
Principal Cities: Bandar Seri Begawan, Kuala Belait, Seria.
Besides going to embassy/ consulate to apply Vietnam visa, you can also apply for an online visa. It takes a few minutes to complete the online form and you will get the result after 2 working days. It is very simple to do online, instead of taking more time and effort to do it physically. There are two types of Visa online:
1/ Visa On Arrival: You must submit your application online to obtain a visa approval letter before your trip and then collect your visa at the airport in Vietnam.
Visa on arrival is a Vietnam visa:
For more information about Visa On Arrival, click here.
2/ E-Visa (Electronic Visa): You must submit your application through the internet. Obtain your visa electronically after completing the required information, upload a recent photo of the passport.
E-visa is a Vietnam visa:
For more information about E-visa, you can click here.