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Friday, April 4, 2014

List of Countries Allowed Visa Free When Entering Philippines

Welcome to the Philippines!

Mabuhay Pilipinas! 

A greeting once you arrive in my country. The moment you step into the Philippines, you will start the excitement and of course fun! A nation composed of 7,107 islands, I'm sure you will experience adventures, relaxation because there are many options and places to choose from. If you want to learn more about this, please check out my previous blog posts.

I am sure you already heard about my country, Philippines. You want to explore the beauty of the nation and experience the warm hospitality of the people. Book your flights now! But before doing that, I am sharing you the list of countries that are visa-free when entering Philippines. Majority of countries have 30 days visa free while some have 7 days and 59 days visa free.

NAIA Arrival Area

Which countries have free visa to my country? Check this out:

Starting August 1, 2013, nationals from 151 countries may enter the Philippines without a visa and stay for a maximum of thirty (30) days, provided they are holders of a passport valid at least six (6) months beyond the period of stay in the Philippines, and present a return or outward bound ticket to their country of origin or to a next country of destination.

Pursuant to the Bureau of Immigration’s Memorandum Circular No. RADJR-2013-006.

1. Andorra 
2. Angola 
3. Antigua and Barbuda 
4. Argentina 
5. Australia 
6. Austria 
7. Bahamas 
8. Bahrain 
9. Barbados 
10. Belgium 
11. Benin 
12. Bhutan 
13. Bolivia 
14. Botswana 
15. Brazil* 
16. Brunei 
17. Bulgaria 
18. Burkina Faso 
19. Burundi 
20. Cambodia 
21. Cameroon 
22. Canada 
23. Cape Verde 
24. Central African Republic 
25. Chad 
26. Chile 
27. Colombia 
28. Comoros 
29. Congo 
30. Congo, Democratic Republic 
31. Costa Rica 
32. Cote d’ Ivoire 
33. Cyprus 
34. Czech Republic 
35. Denmark 
36. Djibouti 
37. Dominica 
38. Dominican Republic 
39. Ecuador 
40. El Salvador 
41. Equatorial Guinea 
42. Eritrea 
43. Estonia 
44. Ethiopia 
45. Fiji 
46. Finland 
47. France 
48. Gabon 
49. Gambia 
50. Germany 
51. Ghana 
52. Greece 
53. Grenada 
54. Guatemala 
55. Guinea 
56. Guinea-Bissau 
57. Guyana 
58. Haiti 
59. Honduras 
60. Hungary 
61. Iceland 
62. Indonesia 
63. Ireland 
64. Israel* 
65. Italy 
66. Jamaica 
67. Japan 
68. Kenya 
69. Kiribati 
70. Korea (ROK)
71. Kuwait
72. Laos 
73. Latvia 
74. Lesotho 
75. Liberia 
76. Liechtenstein 
77. Lithuania 
78. Luxembourg 
79. Madagascar 
80. Malawi 
81. Malaysia 
82. Maldives 
83. Mali 
84. Malta 
85. Marshall Island 
86. Mauritania 
87. Mauritius 
88. Mexico 
89. Micronesia 
90. Monaco 
91. Mongolia 
92. Morocco 
93. Mozambique 
94. Myanmar 
95. Namibia 
96. Nepal 
97. Netherlands 
98. New Zealand 
99. Nicaragua 
100. Niger 
101. Norway 
102. Oman 
103. Palau 
104. Panama 
105. Papua New Guinea 
106. Paraguay 
107. Peru 
108. Poland 
109. Portugal 
110. Qatar 
111. Romania 
112. Russia 
113. Rwanda 
114. St. Kitts and Nevis 
115. Saint Lucia 
116. St. Vincent and the Grenadines 
117. Samoa 
118. San Marino 
119. Sao Tome and Principe 
120. Saudi Arabia 
121. Senegal 
122. Seychelles 
123. Singapore 
124. Slovak Republic 
125. Slovenia 
126. Solomon Islands 
127. Somalia 
128. South Africa 
129. Spain 
130. Suriname 
131. Swaziland 
132. Sweden 
133. Switzerland 
134. Tanzania 
135. Thailand 
136. Togo 
137. Trinidad and Tobago 
138. Tunisia 
139. Turkey 
140. Tuvalu 
141. Uganda 
142. United Arab Emirates 
143. United Kingdom of Great 
 Britain and Northern Ireland 
144. United States of America 
145. Uruguay 
146. Vanuatu 
147. Vatican 
148. Venezuela 
149. Viet Nam 
150. Zambia 
151. Zimbabwe 
* Brazil and Israel remain eligible for 59-day visa-free entry as elaborated under Section 
D of FSC-21-10. 

Chinese Nationals, including citizens for Hong Kong and Taiwan, will need a special permit. 

Other countries not mentioned will require a visa issued at the Philippine embassy or consular office located at your country.

What are we waiting for? Come and experience my country because 

It's More Fun in the Philippines! :)


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