Visa Exemption for Filipinos


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

** ABOVE INFORMATION MAY BE CHANGED, PLEASE REFER TO THIS SITE OR CLICK Visa Policies towards Filipino Nationals”  TO VERIFY UPDATED INFORMATION.

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7 thoughts on “Visa Exemption for Filipinos

  1. gud day sir, itatanong ko lang po sana kung yung papuntang dubai UAE sadya po bang walang visa stamp yung passport? sabi po kasi ng agency namin visa notice lang daw.

    • Erwin,

      Mas maganda siguro kung tanognin po natin nag POEA tungkol dito kasi ikaw na ang ikalawang bisita ko ang nagtanong tungkol sa visa stamp ng UAE. Baka naman may bago na po silang procedure tungkol dito, kasi dito sa KSA papel na rin ang ginagamit sa visa issuance like exit re-entry paro kung ang OFWay bagong salta sa KSA dapat lamang na may visa stamp ito na nakikita sa passporte ng OFW. Ewan ko kung ang ay UAE pareho ang proseso tungkol sa visa stamping ng mga bagong dating na OFW.

      Bong

  2. I think these Iran Issue is not true….Why Last June 28, 2011 is our flight with Business Visa going to Iran, but our immigration stopped us and asking for so many requirements, we give all we have for the requirements as a business visa but our immigration her Philippines continue stopped us and they offloaded our ticket going to IRan… Now they said in these list (Iran – 15 days visa issued upon arrival for US$50) but these list may know philippine immigration before they post these list.

    • You can contact Iran Embassy for this posting and inquire if this true or not.

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

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