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What you should do airport when entering in Vietnam?


From Japan to Vietnam by plane, you will have to do the following procedures at the airport where you arrive:

(1) Departure from Japan : See Departure Procedures in Japan

(2) Arrival : From the arrival station, follow the sign board to get to the immigration counter.

(3) Immigration: There are 50 counters, and Japanese people line up at the place where "All Passports" is written. When it's your turn, just show your passport to the immigration officer and ask them to stamp your entry. When you receive your passport, make sure it is stamped.

(4) Baggage collection: After entry, go to the baggage claim area. The turntable from which baggage exits is separated by flight number, so look for the turntable with the flight number displayed on the information board, and place your baggage on the turntable with the flight number you wish to check. was up. Be careful not to take the same baggage by mistake. If your baggage doesn't come out or is damaged, go to the airline counter or lost property counter. You will then need the claim (baggage claim) card that was given to you at check-in.

(5) Customs declaration: Those with taxable items go through the red gate, and those who do not need to declare go through the green gate. If there is something to declare, fill out the "Immigration and customs/quarantine card declaration form". Customs clearance when entering Vietnam is rarely checked, unless the luggage is very large. Finally, you may be asked to show your claim card (baggage pick up) at the airport exit, so keep it with you for the time being.

Note: There is no limit to the amount of foreign currency you can bring with you on arrival, but if you bring over 5,000 USD or foreign currency equivalent or 150,000 VND (local currency), you must declare it at the airport. (Please request a tax return from a tax officer). If you attempt to withdraw more cash than above when leaving Japan without declaring this, your funds will be confiscated. A fee of 100,000 VND will be charged when bringing in or taking out foreign currency equivalent to 100,000 USD or more.

To exchange local currency (VND) converted from foreign currency during your stay in Vietnam, you only need to present your passport and air ticket up to 500 USD or foreign currency equivalent, if the amount is more, you can exchange more foreign currency in the country. You need to present a currency exchange certificate (with your name on it) when exchanging your foreign currency. However, since the rules of exchange are flexible, it is safe to keep the foreign-to-local (dong) exchange rate to the bare minimum necessary.

In addition, if Japanese residents withdraw foreign currency from banks in Vietnam exceeding the limit (equivalent to 5,000 USD), they will be licensed by the bank and carry it with them. . is necessary.

Prohibited items to bring in or out include guns, explosives, narcotics, antiques, publications, photos, videos, etc. may adversely affect the morals of Vietnamese people. Items that need to be declared are camcorders, cassette recorders, CD players, personal computers... in excess of 5 million VND, when submitting the application, it is necessary to specify the brand and model of the device. In addition, if you bring in video tapes, DVDs, CDs, etc., the content will be checked, and if deemed pornographic, you will be fined a large amount of money. Because it is necessary to leave the videotape, etc. To check the contents, it is safer to carry only the necessary items, in case of the risk of loss or confiscation. In addition, carry-on baggage, alcohol (1.5 liters or more for frequency 22 degrees or more, 2 liters or more for less frequency), tobacco (400 or more), and gold (300 g or more).

Tax returns (light green) will not be distributed on board, so please ask the airport tax officer to collect them. The customs declaration will be stamped and delivered to you when the inspection is complete, however, please keep this declaration in a safe place as you will have to submit the declaration upon departure or during the inspection. customs clearance for bulk cargo. ...

(6) Arrival hall: There are currency exchange offices and travel agents in the arrivals hall.

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