So I want to do a tour of Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos, which require visas.
I've almost narrowed it down to which tour I want to do but the tour would start in 6 or 7 weeks from now.
I could be sending off my application form and passport photos to the embassies within the next week or two.
I will be in Canberra on an unrelated trip just 1 or 2 weeks before I plan to take my trip and could visit each of the 3 embassies in person to get things processed, and I could take my passport-sized photos and filled-out application forms also. However being only a week or two before my tour I don't know if this is enough time.
Would I be risking it by visiting the embassies with 1 or 2 weeks before I leave?
Also, the Singapore embassy website says any members of Commonwealth countries (including my home country Australia) do not need a visa to enter the country.
Does anyone know if I can do this more than 30 days apart? I would only be in Singapore for a total of 1 or 2 days either side of a month-long Indochina tour I'm planning to book soon.
I'm considering flights from Australia to Singapore return, then Singapore to Bangkok return. Both times connecting between flights in may have a day layover and want to visit Singapore for the day, and possibly Johor Bahru in Malaysia just across the Singapore border.
Does anyone know if I can do all of this?