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Vietnam-visa.com is a leading site entrusted by thousands for providing foreign tourists and businessmen with Vietnam visa on arrival. With more than 10 year experience, the website http://Vietnam-visa.com has been familiar among travel community.

Recently, an upgraded version of Vietnam-visa.com has been released with more user-friendly interface and new features that are tailored to users’ needs.

The upgraded version of Vietnam-visa.com allows users to easily surf through important pages with updated information about Vietnam visa and other travel issues. A new Q&A section was designed to submit questions directly to the website. Along with the Q&A section is a new Vietnam visa tips page which covers all visa-related guides categorized by nationalities.

The new version also features other extra services including Vietnam visa extension service, Vietnam hotel booking service, Transportation service and Tour booking service.


Published on 9/4/11

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