Vietnam Reopening


Summary of Current Situation:

After just less than 2 years of being closed to inbound tourism, Vietnam has just announced plans to reopen for inbound tourism starting 15 March, 2022. Although there are still some details to be sorted out such as what ‘new normal’ visa policies will look like and what hotel transport options will be available, ,this is certainly a positive development that we expect will be gaining significant momentum in the weeks ahead. Below is a summary of the details as they are currently. We will continue updating this page as details come in, and please do feel free to reach out to us with any questions at [email protected].



  • All travellers 12 years of age or older must be fully vaccinated, with their second dose at least 14 days and no more than 6 months prior to their travel date, or have a certificate of recovery no more than 6 months prior to their travel date.
  • Medical insurance covering Covid-19 treatment worth at least US $10,000.
  • PCR test within 72 hours before entry or within 24 hours for a rapid antigen test (except children under 2 years). Arrivals by land must have a rapid test within 24 hours (except child under 2 yrs).


  • Install COVID Management and Prevention application (PC-COVID) to make health declarations and monitor health.
  • After immigration procedures, transfer directly to hotel/accommodation
  • Take rapid antigen test within 24 hours of arrival, then self-isolate at hotel for up to 24 hours until receiving test results.
    • If results are negative, guests are free to explore Vietnam. If results are positive, we will work with health facilities and local authorities on quarantine and treatment.
  • Anyone exhibiting symptoms of COVID infection will be asked to take a rapid antigen test at the airport -before heading to their hotel.

We will continue updating this page as details arise. Please watch this space or reach out to our team with questions at: [email protected]

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