Visa-vietnam.org Offers Vietnam Visa in 24 Hours for Le Phat Dan - kcentv.com - KCEN HD - Waco, Temple, and Killeen

Visa-vietnam.org Offers Vietnam Visa in 24 Hours for Le Phat Dan

Posted: Updated:

Visa-vietnam.org offers to process Vietnam visa within 24 hours to tourists planning to visit the country for Le Phat Dan.

Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam – March 31, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Le Phat Dan is an important day for Buddhists in Vietnam- it is the birthday of Buddha. Throughout the country, Buddhist Vietnamese light lotus shaped lanterns and burn incense sticks to mark the occasion. This is also the best time to visit the country and experience the cultural splendor of Vietnam. This year, Le Phat Dan is very special as Vietnam is chosen as the host country to mark the UN celebration of Buddha’s birthday, also known as the UN Day of Vesak.

Tourists planning to visit the country to witness the celebration can now get their visa processed within 24 hours through visa-vietnam.org. The Vietnam visa on arrival system was introduced to make the visa approval system easy and quick for tourists and businessmen visiting the country. To begin the process, applicants have to fill a form online, make payment via credit/debit card and wait for 24 hours until the approval letter is sent. This letter can be used to travel to Vietnam; upon arrival to any one of the three Vietnamese airports, they can get the approval letter stamped.

They can also help to process visa in an emergency. “If you are stuck at the airport and in urgent need of a visa, we can help you process the visa approval. To avail the facility, visitors have to fill in all the detailed form including the name, nationality and passport number says a spokesperson for the website.”

“Buddhists all over the world celebrate Le Phat Dan. Hundreds of people actively participate on this occasion. They light lotus shaped lanterns and visit Buddhist temples, besides remembering Thic Quang Duc and his supporters who fought to maintain independence of religion,” says a spokesperson for the online visa Vietnam site.

Besides offering quick processing, visa-vietnam.org also offers special discounts for regular flyers. Frequently flying members can get 18%-22% discount from the service change. As for corporate members, they get a discount of around 26% on service charge.

About visa-vietnam.org:
This is a Vietnam based visa processing site that promises to process Vietnam visa within 24 hours or earlier. Visa-vietnam.org is a local business that operates 24 hours a day and aims to help member countries with whom Vietnam has tied up for the visa on arrival scheme.

For more information about us, please visit http://visa-vietnam.org/

Contact Info:
Name: Ta Hoai Nam
Email: info@visa-vietnam.org
Address: 64 Nguyen Dinh Chieu street, District 1
Phone: 84908606163
Organization: Visa-Vietnam.Org

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/visa-vietnam-org-offers-vietnam-visa-in-24-hours-for-le-phat-dan/37652

ReleaseID: 37652

  • Latest NewsMore>>

  • Killeen Woman's Incredible Fitness Transformation

    Killeen Woman's Incredible Fitness Transformation

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 9:35 PM EDT2014-09-03 01:35:43 GMT
    (KCEN) -- A five year transformation, from overweight to fit. A Killeen woman has qualified for the Olympia Bodybuilding Competition in Las Vegas.Andrea Calhoun has trained seven days a week, for the last 5 years, to compete against women from 5 different countries. "Everyone strives to make this show. It's the best of the best," Calhoun said. Calhoun was inspired to do this at the age of 19. She said she felt depressed, overweight and was told she would never amount to anything. "I kind of j...More >>
    (KCEN) -- A five year transformation, from overweight to fit. A Killeen woman has qualified for the Olympia Bodybuilding Competition in Las Vegas.Andrea Calhoun has trained seven days a week, for the last 5 years, to compete against women from 5 different countries. "Everyone strives to make this show. It's the best of the best," Calhoun said. Calhoun was inspired to do this at the age of 19. She said she felt depressed, overweight and was told she would never amount to anything. "I kind of j...More >>
  • Obama Signs Off On Request For More U.S. Troops In Baghdad

    Obama Signs Off On Request For More U.S. Troops In Baghdad

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 9:11 PM EDT2014-09-03 01:11:48 GMT
    (CNN)--President Barack Obama on Tuesday authorized a request for an additional 350 troops to be sent to Iraq to protect American diplomatic facilities and personnel in Baghdad, according to a statement released by the White House."The request he approved today will allow some previously deployed military personnel to depart Iraq, while at the same time providing a more robust, sustainable security force for our personnel and facilities in Baghdad," the statement said.Meanwhile, the families ...More >>
    (CNN)--President Barack Obama on Tuesday authorized a request for an additional 350 troops to be sent to Iraq to protect American diplomatic facilities and personnel in Baghdad, according to a statement released by the White House."The request he approved today will allow some previously deployed military personnel to depart Iraq, while at the same time providing a more robust, sustainable security force for our personnel and facilities in Baghdad," the statement said.Meanwhile, the families ...More >>
  • Local Military Non-Profit Helps Feed Thousands of Families

    Local Military Non-Profit Helps Feed Thousands of Families

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 8:51 PM EDT2014-09-03 00:51:46 GMT
    (KCEN) – It was a time in his life when he didn't know where to turn; he didn't know how he was going to make it to his next paycheck. “When I first moved to Texas I was a single dad, and I came here with $40 in my pocket,” Specialist Kurtis Seaholm said. “My ex-wife took everything so it was just me and my son.” He applied for military emergency assistance, but it wasn't enough. It wasn't until he found Operation Phantom Support, that his hope was renewed. “They helped me a lot. They gave m...More >>
    (KCEN) – It was a time in his life when he didn't know where to turn; he didn't know how he was going to make it to his next paycheck. “When I first moved to Texas I was a single dad, and I came here with $40 in my pocket,” Specialist Kurtis Seaholm said. “My ex-wife took everything so it was just me and my son.” He applied for military emergency assistance, but it wasn't enough. It wasn't until he found Operation Phantom Support, that his hope was renewed. “They helped me a lot. They gave m...More >>
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 WorldNow and KCEN. All Rights Reserved. Users of this site agree to the Terms of Service, Privacy Notice/Your California Privacy Rights, and Ad Choices.