Launching new website version in French for Vietnam visa on arrival service
October 04, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsVietnam-visa.com has recently announced its new website version for visa to Vietnam service in French. This local language website is tailored to provide French speaking users with easier access to travel as well as legal information regarding visa to Vietnam in their native language.
Entrusted by thousands of foreign users, Vietnam-visa.com is among few leading providers of visa on arrival service for tourists and businessmen to enter Vietnam. The website Vietnam-visa.com, operated by Vietnam Discovery Travel Jsc., has become a familiar name among travel community with years of experience in assisting foreign travellers obtaining their visa to Vietnam.
The French version at http://fr.vietnam-visa.com introduced no major change in website interface from the official website in English. However, all information regarding Vietnam visa are modified to focus more on the requirements and guides specifically for French passport holders. All the basic information about visa to Vietnam for different nationalities can still be accessed easily in this website version.
French speaking users now can access full information about applying for Vietnam visa online in their native language. Aside from the regular contents, there are also Frequently Asked Questions and Questions & Answers pages with questions regarding Vietnam visa from French tourists. Users can also submit their own questions on the Q&A page. All questions submitted are guaranteed to be answered by admin within 24 hours. Check out the website here: Visa du Vietnam.
In celebrating the French website version going online, Mr. Nguyen, CEO of Vietnam Discovery Travel Jsc., stated: "The local language project and nationality-oriented contents aims to fulfill our promises to provide clients with the easiest and most convenient experience while using Vietnam-visa.com. It reflects our ambition to reach out and assist more and more users in their native languages."