AN UPDATED LIST OF VISA FREE COUNTRIES FOR FILIPINOS

If there is one thing that we, Filipinos, love to do, that is really traveling.

Our country, is no doubt, a place which can offer great tourism and hospitality. During a recent study conducted in 2017, it shows that more and more millennials are expanding their horizons and would want to explore other countries to learn more about their cultures, tick of their bucketlist, and snap photos as many as they want.

However, Filipinos are only allowed to travel to some other countries with VISA. Good thing there are now 57 countries and territories that Filipinos can visit even without having the need to apply for a visa, and we need to enjoy and take advantage of the privilege of travelling to 57 countries without needing a visa while it is still there.

 With that we have write down the updated list of VISA free countries for every Filipinos. Dig below.
ASEAN COUNTRIES
Brunei – No VISA; allowed for 14 days
Cambodia – No VISA; allowed for 15 days
Indonesia – No VISA; allowed for 30 days
Laos – No VISA; allowed for 30 days
Malaysia – No VISA; allowed for 14 days
Myanmar – No VISA; allowed for 14 days
Singapore – No VISA; allowed for 30 days
Thailand – No VISA; allowed for 30 days
Vietnam – No VISA; allowed for 21 days

NON-ASEAN

 

Azerbaijan – You will get a VISA upon arrival; this will be valid for 30 days

Taiwan – VISA is actually required. However, if you’re holding a VISA for Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Schengen countries, United Kingdom and United States, this is valid. This will then run for 30 days

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Georgia – You will get a VISA upon arrival; this will be valid for 90 days

Hong Kong – No VISA; allowed for 14 days

India – You will get a VISA upon arrival; this will be valid for 30 days

Iran – You will get a VISA upon arrival; this will be valid for 15 days

Israel – No VISA; allowed for 90 days

South Korea – No VISA required (If arriving at Jeju Island only) – 30 days

Macau – Visa not required – 30 days

Maldives – You will be issued a VISA upon arrival; this will be valid for 30 days

Mongolia – No VISA; allowed for 21 days

Nepal – You will be issued a VISA upon arrival; this will be valid for 90 days

Sri Lanka – You will be issued a VISA upon arrival; this will be valid for 30 days

Timor Leste – No VISA; allowed for 30 days

North American countries you can visit VISA-free

Costa Rica – No VISA; allowed for 30 days

Dominican Republic – No VISA; allowed for 21 days

Haiti – No VISA; allowed for 90 days

Nicaragua – You will get a VISA upon arrival; this will be valid for 90 days

Saint Lucia – No VISA; allowed for 42 days

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – You will get a VISA upon arrival; this will be valid for 30 days

Turks and Caicos Islands – No VISA; allowed for 30 days

South American countries that you can visit VISA-free

Bolivia – No VISA; allowed for 90 days

Brazil – No VISA; allowed for 90 days

Columbia – No VISA; allowed for 90 days

Equador – No VISA; allowed for 90 days

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Peru – No VISA; allowed for 183 days

Suriname – No VISA; allowed for 90 days

The sole European country that accepts VISA-free travelers

Kosovo – No VISA; allowed for 30 days

Countries of the South Pacific that do not require VISAs

Cook Islands – No VISA; allowed for 31 days

Fiji – No VISA; allowed for 120 days

Marshall Islands – You will get a VISA upon arrival; this will be valid for 30 days

Micronesia – No VISA; allowed for 30 days

Niue – No VISA; allowed for 30 days

Palau – You will be issued a VISA upon arrival; this will be valid for 30 days

Samoa – No VISA; allowed for 60 days

Tuvalu – You will be issued a VISA upon arrival; this will be valid for 30 days

Vanuatu – No VISA; allowed for 30 days

African countries that are VISA-free

Burundi – No VISA; allowed for 30 days

Cape Verde – You will be issued a VISA upon arrival.

These are other countries where Filipinos can go even if they do not have a visa. Read them all correctly so that you are informed about your plans of travelling.

 

 

 

About the Author

Ed Lorenzo is a PR and Marketing practitionaer who loves fashion, photography and traveling. Follow him on instagram and twitter @edryanlorenzo to get to know more of his sojourn.

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