Countries Pinoys Can Visit Without A Visa

Visa Free for FilipinosWith Taiwan going visa-free for regular passport holders come November 1st, many Filipinos are undoubtedly already looking to visit our neighbors to the north to try out xiao long bao, stinky tofu and all the wonderful cusine that the island has to offer. But did you know that there’s a bunch of other countries that Pinoys can also visit without needing a visa?

There’s around 61 countries, in fact that you can visit without having to apply for a visa, though there are a few caveats for some of these. Korea, for example, only allow you to visit Jeju island without a visa, while Azerbijan and Georgia allows for a visa-free visit only if you hold a valid visa for Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Schengen countries, the UK and the US. And contraty to popular belief, there is a country in Europe that you can visit without needing a visa.

Without further ado, check out the full list below:

ASEAN:

Brunei Darussalam (14 days)
Cambodia (21 days)
Indonesia (30 days)
Laos (30 days)
Malaysia (14 days)
Myanmar (14 days)
Singapore (30 days)
Thailand (30 days)
Vietnam (30 days)
ASIA:

Azerbaijan (30 days, must have valid visa for Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Schengen countries, the UK and the US)
Taiwan (30 days, starting from November 1)
Georgia (90 days, must have valid visa for Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Schengen countries, the UK and the US)
Hong Kong
India (30 days, visa issued upon arrival)
Iran (15 days visa issued upon arrival)
Israel (90 days)
South Korea (30 days, only for Jeju Island)
Macau (30 days)
Maldives (30 days, visa issued on arrival)
Mongolia (21 days)
Nepal (90 days, visa issued on arrival)
Sri Lanka (30 days, visa issued on arrival)
Timor Leste (30 days)
EUROPE:

Kosovo (30 days)
OCEANIA:

Cook Islands (31 days)
Fiji (120 days)
Marshall Islands (30 days, visa issued on arrival)
Micronesia (30 days)
Niue (30 days)
Palau (30 days, visa issued on arrival)
Samoa (60 days, visitor’s permit)
Tuvalu (30 days, visa issued on arrival)
Vanuatu (30 days)
NORTH AMERICA:

Costa Rica (30 days, visitor’s permit)
Dominica (21 days)
Haiti (90 days)
Nicaragua (90 days, visa issued on arrival)
Saint Lucia (42 days)
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (30 days, visa on arrival)
Turks and Caicos Islands (30 days)
SOUTH AMERICA:

Bolivia (90 days)
Brazil (90 days)
Colombia (90 days)
Ecuador (90 days)
Peru (183 days)
Suriname (90 days)
AFRICA:

Burundi (30 days)
Cape Verde (visa on arrival)
Comoros (visa on arrival)
Djibouti (30 days, visa on arrival)
Gambia (90 days)
Kenya (90 days, visa on arrival)
Madagascar (90 days, visa on arrival)
Morocco (90 days)
Mozambique (30 days, visa on arrival)
Saint Helena (visa on arrival)
Seychelles (30 days, visitor’s permit)
Tanzania (30 days, visa on arrival)
Togo (7 days, visa on arrival)
Uganda (visa on arrival)
Zambia (90 days, visa on arrival)

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