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Laos does not have a fixed price for visas; visa costs may vary depending on the nationality of the visitor. You can check the price according to your nationality. You can also use our eligibility checker to see if you need a visa to travel to Laos.
You can stay in the country for a maximum period of 30 days.
Yes, all travelers including minors who are not exempt from visa, must have a valid visa to visit Laos. You can consult our eligibility checker to see if you need one.
Yes, you must bring your printed visa and present it along with your original passport.
Yes, all travelers with Spanish nationality are required to have a valid visa to travel to Laos.
You don’t need to present any type of vaccination certificate to travel to Laos, you can find out at your country’s International Vaccination Centre if they advise you on any vaccination. But it is not mandatory.
Yes, you need a valid visa to travel to Laos. The best way is to apply for an electronic visa (e-visa).
To apply for a visa to Laos, the passport must be valid for more than 6 months starting from your date of entry into the country.
Yes, all travelers who have an Argentinian nationality need a valid visa to travel to Laos. We recommend you to apply online, it is the fastest and easiest way.
Yes, all travelers who have a Colombian nationality need a valid visa to travel to Laos. We recommend you to apply online, it is the fastest and easiest way.
Most foreign nationalities need to apply for a Laos visa before traveling.
Some nationalities are exempt from this requirement, depending on the number of days they spend in the country:
For a stay of less than 15 days, nationals of Japan, Luxembourg, Myanmar and Switzerland can travel to the country with their passport only.
For stays of less than 30 days, nationals of Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, the Philippines, Russia, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam may travel to the country with their passport only.
In both cases, these rules will only apply for tourist trips, and you must respect the agreed length of stay in the country.
All other foreign citizens must apply for a tourist visa for their trip to Laos. This visa is valid for 60 days, and will allow you to stay in the country for a maximum of 30 consecutive days, allowing only one entry.
You must not lie or omit relevant information in the personal details of your application. Customs authorities will check that everything is correct, and if it is not, they will deny entry to Laos.