FYI, You Can Visit These 66 Countries Visa-Free With Your Philippine Passport

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  |  May 27, 2022
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ICYDK, the Henley Passport Index ranks countries based on the number of countries its citizens can enter visa-free. The Philippine passport is the 77th most powerful in the world, and allows entry to 66 countries without a visa.

Although the Philippines falls behind its Asian neighbors Singapore and Japan (both countries tie for first place with access to 192 countries), 66 countries is nothing to scoff at.

Here's the complete list of countries a Filipino can visit visa-free (or by claiming a visa upon arrival):

Asia

  1. Brunei — up to 14 days
  2. Cambodia — up to 30 days
  3. Hong Kong — up to 14 days
  4. Indonesia — up to 30 days
  5. Kazakhstan — up to 30 days
  6. Kyrgyzstan* — up to 1 month
  7. Laos — up to 30 days
  8. Macao — up to 30 days
  9. Malaysia — up to 30 days
  10. Maldives* — up to 30 days
  11. Mongolia — up to 21 days
  12. Myanmar — up to 14 days
  13. Nepal* — up to 90 days
  14. Pakistan** — up to 30 days
  15. Singapore — up to 30 days
  16. Sri Lanka** — up to 30 days
  17. Taiwan — up to 14 days
  18. Tajikistan* — up to 45 days
  19. Thailand — up to 30 days
  20. Timor-Leste* — up to 30 days
  21. Vietnam — up to 21 days

Africa

  1. Cape Verde Islands*
  2. Comoro Islands* — up to 45 days
  3. Cote d'Ivoire — up to 90 days
  4. Guinea-Bissau* — up to 90 days
  5. Madagascar* — up to 90 days
  6. Malawi* — up to 90 days
  7. Mauritania* — up to 90 days
  8. Mauritius* — up to 60 days
  9. Morocco — up to 90 days
  10. Mozambique* — up to 30 days
  11. Rwanda — up to 90 days
  12. Senegal — up to 90 days
  13. Seychelles* — up to 3 months
  14. Somalia* — up to 30 days
  15. Tanzania* — up to 3 months
  16. The Gambia — up to 90 days
  17. Togo* — up to 7 days
  18. Uganda* — up to 30 days

Americas

  1. Bolivia — up to 90 days
  2. Brazil — up to 90 days
  3. Colombia — up to 90 days upon arrival, can extend another 90 days (180 days total)
  4. Costa Rica — up to 30 days upon arrival, can extend another 60 days (90 days total)
  5. Nicaragua* — up to 90 days
  6. Peru — up to 183 days
  7. Suriname — up to 90 days

Caribbean

  1. Barbados — up to 90 days
  2. Dominica — up to 21 days
  3. Haiti — up to 3 months
  4. St. Lucia* — up to 6 weeks
  5. St. Vincent and the Grenadines — up to 1 month
  6. Trinidad and Tobago* — up to 1 month

Middle East

  1. Armenia* — up to 120 days
  2. Iran* — up to 30 days
  3. Israel — up to 3 months
  4. Palestinian Territory

Oceania

  1. Cook Islands — up to 31 days
  2. Fiji — up to 4 months
  3. Marshall Islands* — up to 90 days
  4. Micronesia — up to 30 days
  5. Niue — up to 30 days
  6. Palau Islands* — up to 30 days
  7. Papua New Guinea* — up to 60 days
  8. Samoa* — up to 60 days
  9. Tuvalu* — up to 1 month
  10. Vanuatu — up to 30 days
Philippine passport visa-free countries
Henley & Partners
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*The country grants visa-on-arrival
**eTA (Electronic Travel Authorization — electronically linked to a traveller's passport)

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* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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