Vietnam cuts tourist visa fees to boost arrivals

Vietnam cuts tourist visa fees to boost arrivals
Foreign tourists enjoy local beer and a chat in Ho Chi Minh City.
PHOTO: Nikkei Asian Review

HO CHI MINH CITY -- Vietnam's ministry of finance has announced that visa fees for more foreign nationals will be cut from Nov. 23 to $25 from $45 for single entries and to $50 from $95 for multiples.

To promote regional tourism, the fee for re-entering Vietnam from tours of Cambodia and Laos will also be cut to $5 from $45.

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