For certain passport holders, a Laos visa can be obtained easily on arrival at all ports of entry including the following international airports:
  • Wattay International Airport in Vientiane Capital.
  • Luang Prabang International Airport in Luang Prabang Province.
  • Pakse International Airport in Champasak Province.
  • Savannakhet International Airport in Savannakhet Province.

Additionally, if you’re crossing the border by land, a visa can be sourced at country border checkpoints.

Travelers from the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, are all able to enter Laos and obtain a visa on arrival. Travelers from these countries  are not eligible for e-visa applications and must obtain their visa prior to departure from their country of origin (that is, not eligible for obtaining a visa on arrival)”

Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Burundi, Cameroon, Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Jordan, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya (Libyan Arab Jamahiriya), Mozambique, Nauru, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Suriname, Syria (Syrian Arab Republic), Swaziland, Tonga, Turkey, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

For your Laos visa, you will need:
  • Your original passport that is valid for at least 6 months, including a blank page for a visa sticker.
  • A completed and signed visa application form.
  • Two (2) recent passport photographs - If you forget your photos, the image from your passport can be scanned.
  • Payment for the visa must be made in cash. Visa fees vary depending on the passport you hold.
Have more Laos visa questions? You can find more official Laos visa information here.

The Cambodia government makes it straightforward to obtain a Cambodia visa.

Visas can be applied for prior to departure online (three days processing) or obtained on arrival. You will need:

  • A completed and signed application form.
  • A passport with six months validity at the time of entry.
  • A recent passport size photo in digital format (JPEG or PNG format).
  • A valid credit card (Visa/MasterCard).

All Cambodia visa enquiries can be answered through the dedicated Kingdom of Cambodia official e-visa website.

E-visas are not available for travelers for nationals from Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Arab Saudi, Algeria, Sudan. Citizens from these countries must obtain a visa at their local embassy.

Obtaining a Vietnam visa for your tour is relatively straightforward.

Offering visa exemptions to travelers from 24 countries, and e-Visas for 80 countries, the Vietnam Government have made it easy to apply. You have the option to apply on arrival, online, or in person at a Vietnamese embassy or consulate prior to departure.

If applying for a one month single entry Vietnam visa on arrival, you will require a pre-arranged approval letter, which your tour company should provide this to you. The letter should be shown on both the departure from your country of origin and on arrival in Vietnam, together with two passport sized photos (4cm x 6 cm). The cost for the visa is USD 25.00.

Even if you tend to leave things to the last minute, it may be possible for you to obtain your visa on arrival as an e-visa. You can check whether you qualify for an e-visa here . Travelers from the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand all qualify for Vietnam e-Visa applications. However, travelers from certain countries must apply for their visa at their local embassy prior to departure.

If you are opting for the convenience of an entirely online application process, here’s what you’ll need for a Vietnam visa:

  • A passport with six (6) months’ validity
  • A photo in .jpg format of your full passport data page
  • A passport photo in .jpg format (4x6, white background, without glasses)
  • A valid international credit or debit card
  • An email address for support purposes
  • A temporary address within Vietnam
  • Your entry and exit dates and entry and exit points/airports.

Although we do not process visa applications, we can guide you through the process, so if you’re confused or stuck, let us know. We’re here to help.

Unlike other destinations in Indochina, the government of Myanmar requires that travelers on a tourist visa obtain their visa prior to departure. Tourist visa applications must be lodged with the Myanmar embassy at least four weeks prior to departure from your country of origin. In addition to prior lodgement, travelers also require:
  • Passport with at least six months validity and sufficient pages to allow for stamping
  • Two recent passport size colour photographs
  • Travel itinerary, including travel dates into and out of Myanmar and a booked air ticket with departure date from your country of origin
  • Payment of the $60 visa fee and coverage of all other costs, including mail costs (e.g. registered post).
Visa fees can be paid by cash, money order, bank cheque or company cheque (payable to the Embassy of Myanmar).
The majority of Western tourists can travel to Thailand under the visa exemption rule . This allows travelers on a tourist visa to stay a maximum of 30 days if entering Thailand from an international airport or through a land border checkpoint from neighbouring countries. Specific visa requirements include:
  • The visa is strictly for tourism purposes
  • Proof of exit from Thailand, e.g. return flight out of Thailand or details of travel overland by bus, train, etc.
  • Proof of funds of at least 10,000 THB for the duration of your stay in country.

We recommend consulting with your local Thailand Embassy for confirmation of your visa requirements.