Have you ever wonder how far can your Philippine passport take you without a visa?
Well, as someone who wants to travel around the world, I know it can be a pain to get visas. Filipinos love travelling yet compared to big countries who’s allowed to travel as much as 173 places, Philippines is only allowed to 56 countries and territories to visit without a visa.
I know everyone of you are looking for beautiful places to travel without a visa. So, I listed down visa-free countries for Philippines Passport Holder, which is a good way to start your around the world trip.
- Singapore-30 days
Singapore is a city-state in Southeast Asia. It has become one of the world’s most prosperous countries and brags the world’s busiest port. Singapore is constantly evolving, reinventing, and re-imagining itself with people who are passionate about creating new opportunities. Aside from that, it is also the place where explorers, action seekers, foodies, collectors, culture shapes, and sociolisers meet.
- Hongkong- 14 days
Hongkong is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People’s Republic of China. It is located on the southeast coast of China, facing the South China Sea. Hongkong offers visa-free access from about 170 countries, including the Philippines. There are a lot of reasons why you should visit Hongkong, aside from it is visa-free, it is a fusion of East and West cultures, a shopping paradise bringing all the world famous brands together, a world of mouthwatering international cuisine, has a highly developed transportation network, and is the ideal springboard for trips.
- Thailand-30 days
Thailand is the heart of the Southeast Asian mainland and is also called the”Land of smiles”. Aside from having a comparably good infrastructure with Bangkok being an intercontinental fight hub, it is also the gateway to the region for most foreign visitors. Thailand also serves great food, it has a tropical climate, fascinating culture, and superb beaches.
- Vietnam- 21 days
Vietnam is a home to wealth of attractions that will seduce both budget and top-range travelers. It has stunning and varied geography, amazing cuisine, plentiful beaches, and near-endless-shopping that you won’t regret visiting the place.
- Maldives- 30 days
If you’re looking for white-sand beaches and an amazing underwater world, Maldives is the best choice to visit. It is a place where sands are white as the smiles of the locals, fish swim happily in the waters of the Indian Ocean, the weather is a dream, and the deep rays of the sun waits to surround you in their arms.
- South Korea- 30 days (ONLY if arriving at Jeju Island or after visiting Korea for 4 times with Visa.)
South Korea is littered with fortresses, temples and palaces. Travelers will enjoy the grassy burial mounds of ancient kings. It is also a wonderfully diverse with spectacular national parks, remote sandy beaches, hot spring islands, and rugged mountain peaks.
- Macau-30 days
Macau is a tiny Chinese territory, it is known for its huge casinos and being the world’s top gambling city. It brags some popular attractions for tourist to visit. It is also a place where you do different things you like exploring the city’s famous casinos, walk around old Tipa Village, enjoy duty-free shopping, try some Macau’s unique cuisine, and appreciate its historical and cultural heritage.
- Malaysia- 30 days
Malaysia is a mix of the modern world and a developing nation. It is not only a melting pot of ethnic cultures but also a blend of many different customs, cuisines, and religions. The country’s geography is very bit as diverse, from large island groups to mountains, fertile highlands, and tropical rain-forest.
- Indonesia- 30 days
Indonesia was formerly known as the “Dutch East Indies” (Netherlands East Indies). The country also offers and adventure like exploring ancient temples and hiking active volcanoes to diving in largely untouched waters.
- Laos- 30 Days
For such a small country, it is surprisingly diverse in terms of its people. The country is combined with atmospheric Buddhist temples, places of interest and enigmatic heritage sites.
There you have it! I hope the lists above helps you decide which country to visit the next time you plan to travel around the globe. However, visa restriction can change from time to time, due to new updates so check the immigration website of the country or territory you will visit.