Sunday, December 30, 2018

List of Countries Philippines Passport Holders Can Visit Visa-Free

Wazzup Pilipinas!

We're planning to level up our blogging / vlogging so now we are trying to look for possible countries to visit to give Filipinos a personal taste of how it is like to travel at a foreign destination.

Filipinos can now access 66 international destinations without the need for a visa as seen from a chart prepared by CNN Philippines.


Here is the updated list of visa free international destinations for Philippine passport holders

• Brunei
• Cambodia
• Hong Kong (special administrative region of China)
• Indonesia
• Kyrgyzstan *
• Laos
• Macao (special administrative region of China)
• Malaysia
• Maldives *
• Mongolia
• Myanmar
• Nepal *
• Singapore
• Sri Lanka *
• Taiwan
• Tajikistan *
• Thailand
• Timor-Leste *
• Vietnam

• Benin *
• Cape Verde Islands *
• Comores Islands *
• Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
• Djibouti *
• Gambia
• Guinea-Bissau *
• Kenya *
• Madagascar *
• Malawi *
• Mauritania *
• Mauritius *
• Morocco
• Mozambique *
• Rwanda
• Seychelles *
• Somalia *
• Tanzania *
• Togo *
• Uganda *

• Cook Islands
• Fiji
• Marshall Islands *
• Micronesia
• Niue
• Palau Islands *
• Papua New Guinea *
• Samoa *
• Tuvalu *
• Vanuatu

• Dominica
• Haiti
• St. Lucia *
• St. Vincent and the Grenadines
• Trinidad and Tobago *

• Bolivia
• Brazil
• Colombia
• Costa Rica
• Ecuador
• Nicaragua *
• Peru
• Suriname

• Armenia *
• Iran *
• Israel
• Palestinian Territory

* visa on arrival

But here's the partial list of countries Philippines passport holders can visit Visa-free (with length of allowed stay):

Brunei Darussalam - grants Filipinos visa-free access for 14 days

Cambodia - does not require visas for trips up to 21 days

Indonesia - Visa-free travel to Indonesia covers trips up to 30 days

Laos - offers visa-free privileges to those who plan to stay for 30 days, at the most
Malaysia - Filipinos can enjoy a no-visa-required stay in Malaysia for 30 days

Singapore - travel policy lets Filipinos visit visa-free for up to 30 days

Sri Lanka - The visa travel arrangement between Sri Lanka and the Philippines allows for a maximum 30-day stay

Thailand - Filipinos can fly to Thailand without a visa and stay for a maximum of 30 days

Vietnam - Visa exemption rules in Vietnam permit trips of up to 21 days

Myanmar - Visa-free travel to Myanmar started in January 2014, for visits of up to 14 days

Israel - Filipinos do not need a visa to jet off to Israel, although the length of their stay should be within 90 days

India - issues Philippine passport holders a 30-day visa upon arrival at the airports of Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Thiruvananthapuram, Hyderabad, Kochi and Bangalore

Macau - Macau allows Philippine passport holders to visit and stay in their region for 30 days, without the need for any visa
Hong Kong - allows visa-free entry for trips not exceeding 14 days

Maldives - Filipinos can travel to Maldives without a getting a visa prior to arrival. On arrival to the island nation, a visa valid for 30 days is issued

Nepal - Filipinos get visas on arrival that are valid for 150 days and their passports must have at least 6 months validity on entry

Armenia - Filipinos can obtain Visa on arrival in Armenia. No supporting documents required. ... Submit your passport and application form in the visa application counter and pay 3000 AMD for single entry visa, valid for 21 days.

Philippine passport holders can also enter Korea VISA-FREE if they meet EITHER of the following conditions:

1. Having visited Korea at least 5 times in 2 years, or at least 11 visits in total.

2. In possessin of a) a valid visa or entry permit to the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand or Japan, and b) a confirmed ticket leaving Korea for any of those countries within 30 days.

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