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Your ‘Unofficial’ Visa Guide for Asia & Australia 2022 Your ‘Unofficial’ Visa Guide for Asia & Australia 2022

Your ‘Unofficial’ Visa Guide for Asia & Australia 2022

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Written by Adam Whitehouse

Posted, 12th May 2022

Last Updated: 12 May 2022

As the title of this blog suggests the below information is ‘unofficial’ and should be used as a guide to help you and all your travel buddies navigate the world of visa requirements. It’s very important that you do your own research and validate the below information as things can change.

If you do find any of the below information to be incorrect or confusing please let us know as we rely on our community to ensure that everyone has the easiest and most hassle free experience while travelling with us 🙏🏼

At the bottom of this blog you’ll find a list of important links to official websites to help!

Visas for Thailand 🇹🇭

For most travellers Thailand is a very easy country to visit with a simple ‘Visa on Arrival’ process. This includes a long list of different countries including; UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Scandinavia and most of Europe.

The ‘Visa on Arrival’ allows you 30 days when entering Thailand by air or 15 days when visiting the Kingdom of Thailand by land.

If you don’t quality for the ‘Visa on Arrival’ you can apply for a visa here

Always ensure you have at least 6 months validity on your passport before you commence travel or apply for a visa.

Always ensure you have at least 6 months validity on your passport before you commence travel or apply for a visa.

Visas for Vietnam 🇻🇳

For many travellers Vietnam is a very easy country to visit with a simple ‘Visa on Arrival’ process for nationalities such as the UK and most of Europe.

The ‘Visa on Arrival’ allows you 15 days when entering Vietnam. If you need longer or if your country does not qualify for the ‘Visa on Arrival’ then you can apply for a one month visa either online or at your local Vietnamese consulate.

You can apply for a 1 month e-visa via the official ‘National Web Portal of Immigration’ here there is a whole FAQ section to help with any concerns you might have, you can find that here. It’s important to allow at least 5-7 working days for the visa to be processed.

If you arrive on ‘Day 1’ and depart on ‘Day 15’ of our North to South Vietnam trip a ‘Visa on Arrival’ will be adequate if you qualify. If you arrive early or want to stay longer it’s IMPORTANT you apply for a 1 month visa

If you arrive on ‘Day 1’ and depart on ‘Day 15’ of our North to South Vietnam trip a ‘Visa on Arrival’ will be adequate if you qualify. If you arrive early or want to stay longer it’s IMPORTANT you apply for a 1 month visa

Visas for Sri Lanka 🇱🇰

For most travellers Sri Lanka is an easy country to visit with a simple ‘Visa on Arrival’ process. This visa is issued for a duration of 30 days and can be arranged by applying online here. It’s important that you apply for this prior to travel as you may be asked at check-in when arriving at the airport.

There is an FAQ section on the official Sri Lanka Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) website, click here to take a read!

Visas for Australia 🇦🇺

You sure will do! There are a couple of options and we suggest you organise this sooner rather than later as the application time can vary. We’ve broke down those options below;

Travel Only (No work) 🏄‍♀️

If you’re only looking at travelling in Australia and have no intentions of working or doing a longer stay than you’ll need to apply for a tourist visa ‘Electronic Travel Authority – Subclass 601‘. This is typically for 3 months and can be applied for online, find out more here.

Work & Travel (Working Holiday) 🦘

If you intend on working whilst travelling in Australia then you’ll need a ‘Working Holiday Visa’ (417) or ‘Work and Holiday Visa’ (462), depending on which country you’re from.

You can find out more and apply for your Visa via the Australian Government website. It’s a pretty simple process but as always it’s important that you double check things yourself before you apply/begin your travels.

There is also another option for those individuals looking to stay for upto 1 year in Australia (without working). Click here to find out more about the Subclass 600 Visitor Visa.

There is also another option for those individuals looking to stay for upto 1 year in Australia (without working). Click here to find out more about the Subclass 600 Visitor Visa.


Whether you’re looking to travel solo or bring a friend along for the ride, our group tours in both Australia & South East Asia are the perfect balance of culture, adventure & party nights out. You’ll arrive as strangers and leave as the best of friends. There really is no better way to travel than with Feel Free Travel 🤙🏻

Here are a few useful links to help with that planning;
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Feelfree

Written by Adam Whitehouse

Adam’s an exceptionally tall human and one of the co-founders at Feel Free Travel. You’ll often find him near the beach sitting in front of his laptop with a coffee in hand. When he’s not bashing away at his keyboard he’ll have a camera in hand shooting some cool and exciting new content!

Posted, 12th May 2022

Feelfree

Written by Adam Whitehouse

Adam’s an exceptionally tall human and one of the co-founders at Feel Free Travel. You’ll often find him near the beach sitting in front of his laptop with a coffee in hand. When he’s not bashing away at his keyboard he’ll have a camera in hand shooting some cool and exciting new content!

Posted, 12th May 2022

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