Visa Exemption for Filipinos

Came across this interesting post from here.

Visa Free for Pinoys

If you’re a Filipino and a holder of Philippine passport who likes traveling and exploring the beauty of the world, but hates the visa requirement to some countries, frown no more for you can still go to wonderful places without hassle-visa-appointments.

The list of countries below doesn’t require a visa for Filipinos prior to arrival. All you need are passport, plane tickets / itinerary, and some money for your tour.

 
 

No Visa Required for Filipinos in the Following Countries…

Asia

 

ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations)

 

  • Brunei Darussalam – 14 days
  • Cambodia – 21 days
  • Indonesia – 30 days
  • Laos – 30 days
  • Malaysia – 30 days
  • Singapore – 30 days
  • Thailand – 30 days
  • Vietnam – 21 days

 

 

Non- ASEAN

 

  • Azerbaijan – 30 days visa issued upon arrival for US$100
  • Bangladesh – 90-days visa issued upon arrival for US$50
  • Republic of China (Taiwan) – 30 days if holding a vaild visa for Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Schengen countries, United Kingdom or United States
  • Georgia – 90 days visa issued on arrival for US$10 ~ US$200
  • Hong Kong – 14 days
  • Iran – 15 days visa issued upon arrival for US$50
  • Israel – 90 days
  • South Korea (Jeju Island only) – 30 days
  • Macau – 30 days
  • Maldives – 30 days visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)
  • Mongolia – 21 days
  • Nepal – 15/30/90 days visa issued upon arrival for US$25/40/100
  • Sri Lanka – 30 days
  • Timor-Leste – 30 days visa issued upon arrival for US$30

 

 

Europe

 

  • Kosovo – 90 days

 

 

 

Oceania

  • Cook Islands – 31 days
  • Fiji – 120 days Visitor’s Permit issued upon arrival (free of charge)
  • Marshall Islands – 30 days visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)
  • Federated States of Micronesia – 30 days
  • Niue – 30 days
  • Palau – 30 days visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)
  • Samoa – 60 days Visitor’s Permit issued upon arrival (free of charge)
  • Tuvalu – 30 days visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)
  • Vanuatu – 30 days

 

North America

  • Bermuda – 31 days before but since May, they now require visas for Philippine passport holders
  • Costa Rica – 120 days Visitor’s Permit issued upon arrival (free of charge)
  • Dominica – 30 days visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)
  • Haiti – 30 days
  • Nicaragua – 30 days
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis – 30 days visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)
  • Saint Lucia – 60 days Visitor’s Permit issued upon arrival (free of charge)
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 30 days visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)
  • Turks and Caicos Islands – 30 days

 

South America

  • Bolivia – 59 days
  • Brazil – 90 days
  • Colombia – 90 days
  • Ecuador – 90 days
  • Peru – 90 days
  • Suriname – 120 days

 

Africa

  • Burundi – visa issued upon arrival
  • Cape Verde – visa issued upon arrival
  • Comoros – A free 24 hour transit visa issued upon arrival at the airport. Within 24 hours this must be converted into a full visa at the immigration office in Moroni (fee payable)
  • Djibouti – 10 days visa issued upon arrival for DJF3,000; 30 days visa issued upon arrival for DJF5,000
  • Gambia – At port of entry passport 24-72 hour transit pass is issued. This must be converted into a full visa valid up to 1 month at the immigration department in Banjul (fee payable)
  • Kenya – 90 days visa issued upon arrival for US$50
  • Madagascar – 90 days visa issued upon arrival for MGA140,000
  • Morocco – 90 days
  • Mozambique – 30 days visa issued upon arrival for US$25
  • Saint Helena – visa issued upon arrival
  • Seychelles – 30 days
  • Tanzania – visa issued upon arrival for US$50
  • Togo – 7 days visa issued upon arrival
  • Uganda – 180 days visa issued upon arrival for US$50
  • Zambia – 90 days visa issued upon arrival for US$50

 

**Details may change due to new law updates so double-check the immigration rules of the country you’re planning to visit

**Transit visa may be required when you’re not on a direct flight

**The List is from Wiki but hard to find so I thought of posting it here for easy search result :)

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11 thoughts on “Visa Exemption for Filipinos

  1. Hi po.
    Gusto ko lang po sanang humingi ng advice. bibisitahin ko lng po sana ang friend ko sa brisbane australia kaso po hindi ko alam kung pano mag apply ng visitors visa papunta sa australia galing dito sa hongkong. I am currently working here in hongkong as a domestis helper i dont know if the australian embassy will grant me a visitors visa. please help me. thank you

  2. Does the U.S. ever issue any visas-on-arrival? I’m planning on going to Brazil in a month, and my itinerary says I will have a stopover at New York. If I still have enough funds, I might decide to extend my stay there before my return trip home. Do I really need to wait for my visa here, or do they offer visa-on-arrival if I am already there?

  3. Hello po! Hingi lang sana ng advice, I planned to go to Thailand this month, less than 30days lang po sana. I’m 19 years old,(Female bibisitahin ko lang male fried ko dun.. Ang meron lang po ako ay one way ticket,at cash worth 10,000baht. Pwede ho kaya un? Need advice please. Thanks

    • Hello Josephine,
      Are you planning to buy your ticket going home when you’re in Thailand already? I suggest its best that you get it while you are still here in the Philippines to avoid hassles when you’re there. About the budget, what I can advise is to check online the price of lodging you will need when you get there and also the price of food. Checking these online will give you current or up-to-date amount. that you will also depend if you will have no food and accommodation for free when you get their, but if you will be sponsored by someone, its possible that your money will be for shopping and other wants you will have in Thailand. Hope you enjoy your vacation. Hope to see feedback and comment from you again.

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