Juan and Maria, Here are Visa-free Destinations for your 2020 Travel Goals!

Yes, you read that right! Every Juan and Maria, who dream of setting foot in another country or territory could realize this idea anytime soon.

Philippine passport holders can now start planning their itinerary to these 67 countries, visa-free! Having said that, the Philippines now ranks 74th out of 199 countries in terms of global access. Maybe this time, that dream of seeing the ancient temples and the stunning skylines of our neighboring countries will become a reality for you.

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Sanctuary of Truth, Thailand

Locale City Guide lists down the countries and territories where Pinoys can travel and visit without getting a visa. Please note that some of these destinations issue a visa upon arrival (marked with *), while others command electronic ones (marked with **).

1. Brunei
2. Cambodia
3. Hong Kong
4. Indonesia
5. Kyrgyzstan*
6. Laos
7. Macao
8. Malaysia
9. Maldives*
10. Mongolia
11. Myanmar
12. Nepal*
13. Singapore
14. Sri Lanka**
15. Thailand
16. Timor-Leste*
17. Vietnam

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Hongkong Disneyland

1. Cape Verde*
2. Comores Island*
3. Cote d’Ivoir
4. Djibouti*
5. Gambia
6. Guinea-Bissau*
7. Kenya*
8. Madagascar*
9. Malawi*
10. Mauritania*
11. Mauritius*
12. Morocco
13. Mozambique*
14. Rwanda
15. Seychelles*
16. Somalia*
17. St Helena*
18. Tanzania*
19. Togo*
20. Uganda*

1. Cook Islands*
2. Fiji
3. Marshall Islands*
4. Micronesia
5. Niue
6. Palau Islands*
7. Papua New Guinea*
8. Samoa*
9. Tuvalu*
10. Vanuatu

1. Dominica
2. Haiti
3. St Lucia*
4. St Vincent and the Grenadines
5. Trinidad and Tobago*

1. Bolivia
2. Brazil
3. Colombia
4. Costa Rica
5. Ecuador
6. Nicaragua*
7. Peru
8. Suriname

Middle East
1. Armenia*
2. Iran*
3. Israel

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Marina Bay Sands, singapore

That’s a lot of countries to see and explore! Start saving some and fly to your dream getaway soon! For more information, you can check out The Official Website of the Department of Foreign Affairs for more details.








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Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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