I'm A Filipino Citizen. What Countries Can I Travel Without Needing To Obtain A Visa?


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Charlie Proofer Profile
Charlie Proofer answered
Obtaining a Visa that permits you to travel to another country can sometimes be a real hassle, and all for nothing in the end if you are not permitted to have one. However, there are around 40 countries that you can visit without a Visa if you are a Filipino citizen. These countries are in South East Asia, some in South America and a few even in North America.

Let’s go through a few of these countries and any travelling restrictions that may be imposed. In Asia, there are 12 countries that you can visit. One of these is Vietnam which will allow you to be in the country for up to 21 days without a Visa. Other countries will permit you to stay even longer such as Malaysia, which will let you stay for 30 days and even Israel which will permit you to be in the country for up to 90 days.

Four out of six of the countries in South America will let you stay for up to 90 days apart from Bolivia which is up to 30 days and Peru which is up to 183 days. It is similar for Africa, where three out of four countries will let you stay for up to 90 days except Seychelles which is up to 30 days.

Europe and North America however have tighter restrictions in place. Only one country will let you stay in Europe for an unlimited amount of time if you have a valid passport and three countries in North America will permit you to stay for either 30 or 90 days.

For the full and complete list of countries you can visit without a passport then follow the link at the bottom of the page to the website. This page is updated regularly with all the latest information.
Suhail Ajmal Profile
Suhail Ajmal answered
You need a visa to visit UK. However a Filipino can travel to the following countries without a visa.

-Member of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN)
-Fiji, Palau, Micronesia, Tonga, Vanuatu, Samoa, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Macau, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Israel, Mongolia, Bermuda, Cuba, Jamaica, Morocco, Kenya etc and also you can get on arrival visa on some African states.
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Anonymous commented
Thanks for the info. I am a Filipina married to an Irish living in UK, currently my papers are still on process for a residency. If my passport arrives(might just be stamped w/ an extended visa or an indefinite residency ), can I travel from NI,UK to HK and stay their for a few days, visit my former employer and friends without getting a HK visa? Then from HK i want to visit my family in the Philippines then back to HK to go home to my husband in UK. How do i process my papers? Do i just need a ticket with return to Hk and just buy my ticket their to go to Phils?Thanks so much for any info you can give me on this.
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1. Andorra - 90 days
2. Bermuda - 90 days
3. Bolivia - 90 days
4. Brazil - 90 days (Business visa is also not required)
5. Brunei - 14 days
6. Burundi - unknown days
7. Colombia - 180 days
8. Comoros - 90 days
9. Cook Islands - 31 days
10. Costa Rica - unknown days
11. Ecuador - 90 days (Business visa is also not required)
12. Fiji - tourist not required
13. Galapagos islands - Tourist, Business, and Official visa not required
14. Haiti - 90 days
15. Hong Kong - 14 days
16. Indonesia - 30 days
17. Israel - 90 days
18. Jeju island in South Korea- 30 days
19. Macau - 30 days
20. Malaysia - 30 days
21. Maldives - 30 days
22. Micronesia - 30 days
23. Mongolia - 21 days
24. Morocco - 90 days
25. Oman - unknown days
26. Palestine - Tourist, Business, and Official visa not required
27. Peru - 90 days
28. Saint Helena - 90 days
29. Samoa - unknown days
30. Seychelles 30 days
31. Singapore - tourist visa not required
32. Sri lanka - 30 days
33. South Korea - Citizens of the following countries will not be charged an Embassy fee for a South Korea visa: Italy, Japan, Philippines (up to 59 days stay), Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom. (I don’t know what this really means. In this site, it says, tourist and business visa is required but official visa is not)
34. Suriname - 90 days
35. Thailand - 30 days
36. Tuvalu - 90 days

Source: (China)
Sri Lanka
Pacific Islands/Australasia
Marshall Islands**
Saint Helena
Sao Tome and Principe**
North America**
Costa Rica
South America**
**Will grant visa on arrival for a fee and other requirements such as proof of funds, etc.
**You will also need to secure a transit visa (this is different from a visit pass or tourist visa) when visiting some of the countries. Take the case of the countries in the Pacific Islands, where you will pass through either New Zealand or Australia, to get to the aforementioned, thus you need to secure a New Zealand transit visa or Australia transit visa. Another example, you may need to secure a US transit visa en route to South American countries. Because as far as I know, there are no direct flights from Manila to Bolivia or Manila to Ecuador. Yes, transit visa might be the biggest challenge for a Pinoy travelling to the countries listed above.
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Katie Harry answered

With a Philippine passport, you can visit several countries without a pre-visit visa. There are many other countries where you can go and you’ll be issued a visa upon arrival. Some of the countries for which you don’t have to obtain a pre-visit visa for less than 14 days are  Morocco,   Seychelles , Brunei, Darussalam,  Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam,  Israel,  South Korea (Jeju Island only),  Macau,  Mongolia,  Sri Lanka ,  Federated States of Micronesia,  Niue,  Vanuatu , Costa Rica,  Dominica,  Haiti, Saint Kitts and Nevis,  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines,  Turks and Caicos Islands, Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador.

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Anonymous answered
I want to go in sweden, I'm a filipino citizen working in alberta canada for almost 2 years now.. But I'm not yet an immigrant...
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Ivy Cantaros answered
I am a Filipina and my spouse is a US Navy stationed in Japan; can I fly to Japan with visa-free? What are the requirements that needs to present during the inspection of the immigration representative at the airport?
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Am a filipina on the way to manila do I need visa in dubai as my stop over.or how can I get easier way to back manila crossing the countries no need to have visa
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My English Girlfriend is living and working in Tenerife Canary Islands I am from the Philipines and I want to visit her later this year I am currently working on a cruise ship and will finish in August! What steps must I take? Thank you

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