List of the more than 60 countries that Filipinos can enter visa-free

June 04, 2018

Find out the list of more than 60 countries that Philippine passport holders can visit without a visa.

Philippine passport holders can now go to 66 countries without the need for a visa. According to the latest report from the Henley Passport Index, three more destinations were added to the list of countries that Filipinos can access visa-free. This raises the total number of countries and territories available for entry without a visa for Philippine passport holders to 66.

Countries that Filipinos can visit without a visa
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List of the more than 60 countries that Filipinos can enter visa-free


While the Philippines is still at the bottom half of the index, this positive development is signifies the growing strength of the Philippine passport. Here is the list of the more than 60 countries that accept the Philippine passport either with no visa or visa on arrival:

Asian countries:


• Brunei Darussalam
• Cambodia
• Hong Kong
• Indonesia
• Kyrgyzstan*
• Laos
• Macau
• Malaysia
• Maldives*
• Mongolia
• Myanmar (Burma) – visa-free for 14 days
• Nepal*
• Singapore
• Sri Lanka**
• Taiwan – extended
• Tajikistan
• Thailand
• Timor-Leste
• Vietnam

African nations:


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

Middle Eastern countries:


• Armenia*
• Iran*
• Israel
• Palestinian Territory

North, South and Central American countries:


• Bolivia (South America)
• Brazil (South, Latin America)
• Colombia (South and Central America
• Costa Rica (Central America)
• Ecuador (South America)
• Nicaragua (Central America)*
• Peru (South America)
• Suriname (South America)

Island Countries in Oceania


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

Countries in the Caribbean


• Dominica
• Haiti
• Saint Lucia*
• Vincent and the Grenadines
• Trinidad and Tobago*

*visa on arrival

Definition: visa on arrival means that travelers may get their visa upon arriving at their destination. They are not required to carry a visa before their flight to that particular country or territory.

Are you planning to travel soon to any of these countries? At least you won’t have to worry about visa application and approval when you go to the countries listed above. That also means more budget allotted for actual travel expenses rather than for documentary requirements.

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4 comments

  1. Singapore talaga ang dream destination ko. Hopefully soon. Ang ganda pa ng country na ito.

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  2. Very helpful especially for travelers. It allows them to go anywhere in the world on a whim, saving planning days or weeks in advance. Without needing a visa, they have the freedom to pack their bags and go on their next business trip or tourist adventure with ease.

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  3. Its amazing that Philippine passport holders can now go to 66 countries without the need for a visa. According to the latest report from the Henley Passport Index. This is an opportunity for them to travel to more countries and gain more experience. I really agree that this positive development is signifies the growing strength of the Philippine passport.

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  4. there are a lot of countries to visit without any visa, that's good news for people who are planning to have a trip outside the country. there are a lot of options on where to go and with new additions to that list.

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