List of Countries with No Visa Requirement Upon Entry for Filipinos

For Filipino travelers who would like to travel without the hassle of Visa requirements to other counter, there are several countries that allows visa-free entries for those Philippine passport bearing individuals.

Here is a list of countries that requires no visa upon entry for Filipinos:

ASEAN COUNTRIES
Brunei Darussalam            14 days
Cambodia                     21 days
Indonesia                     30 days
Malaysia                     30 days with sufficient funds of at least 500USD
Singapore                     30 days
Thailand                     30 days
Vietnam                       21 days

NON-ASEAN COUNTRIES
Azerbaijan                 30 days
Taiwan                       30 days if holding valid Australian, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Schegen countries, United Kingdon, or United States visa.
Georgia                      90 days visa issued upon arrival
                               360 days visa free for temp. residences of Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, & Kuwait
Hongkong                   14 days
India                           30 days visa issued upon arrival
Iran                           15 days visa issued upon arrival if holding an e-visa pre-approval code obtained via email from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Israel                           90 days (3 months)
South Korea               30 days if arriving via Jeju Island only
Macau                         30 days
Maldives                       30 days visa issued upon arrival
                                90 days max extension is possible by paying MVR 750
Mongolia                     21 days
Nepal                           15/30/90 days visa issued upon arrival for around US$25/40/100
Sri Lanka                     30 days visa obtain upon arrival if holding Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA). 
Timor-Leste                 30 days single entry visa issued upon arrival for around US$30
                                90 days possible extension

EUROPE
Kosovo                           90 days
If you want to travel many countries in Europe in one visit? A Schengen visa is a good way at it.

OCEANIA
Cook Islands             31 days
Fiji                             120 days Visitor’s Permit issued upon arrival and can be extended
Marshall Islands         30 days visa issued upon arrival and can be extended
Micronesia                 30 days
Niue                           30 days
Palau                         30 days visa issued upon arrival, additional USD 50 for extension
Samoa                         60 days Visitor’s Permit issued upon arrival
Tuvalu                         30 days visa issued upon arrival, additional USD 50 for extension
Vanuatu                       30 days

NORTH AMERICA
Costa Rica                 30 days Visitor’s Permit issued upon arrival
Dominica                   21 days
Haiti                           90 days
Nicaragua                   90 days visa issued upon arrival
Saint Lucia                   6 weeks Visitor’s Permit issued upon arrival
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines                 30 days visa issued upon arrival
Turks and Caicos Islands                             30 days

SOUTH AMERICA
Bolivia                     90 days
Brazil                     90 days
Colombia             90 days
Ecuador               90 days
Peru                   183 days
Suriname               90 days

AFRICA
Burundi                           1 month visa issued upon arrival
Cape Verde Islands                     visa issued upon arrival around £ 25
Comoros                          1 month visa issued upon arrival
Djibouti                    1 month visa issued upon arrival
Gambia                                       visa issued upon arrival
Kenya                             90 days visa issued upon arrival for US$50
Madagascar                   90 days visa issued upon arrival for MGA140,000
Morocco                          90 days visa issued upon arrival for US$50
Mozambique              30 days visa issued upon arrival
                                 30 days possible extension for USD 66
Saint Helena                    1 month visa issued upon arrival
Seychelles                    1 month Visitor’s Permit issued upon arrival if holding return ticket, sufficient funds (minimum USD150 per day of stay, and proof of accommodation)
Tanzania                                     visa issued upon arrival for around USD50 to USD200
Togo                                 7 days visa issued upon arrival if with return ticket, 3 passport photos, and yellow fever vaccination certificate
Uganda                                       visa issued upon arrival for US$50
Zambia                            90 days visa issued upon arrival for USD 50/80/160 single/double/multiple entry
IMPORTANT NOTES!
+ These countries does not require visa prior to arrival of the country, but some still requires visa but is issued upon arrival at the port or at the bureau immigration office of the country.
Some countries will only allow a traveler to stay for certain number of days. An extended stay is possible after complying visa requirements for that country.
+You may be ask:
1] Purpose of your visit.
2] Intended length of stay
3] Check documents like Passport (should be 6 months valid from date of expiry), valid identification cards ( accepted by all government offices & should not be expired)
4] Proof of sufficient funds to cover length of stay, and return ticket
+ Some countries have strict regulations at checkpoint authorities. You may be asked to supply them with:
1] Personal invite by your host, official invitation letter, and/or permit to travel
2] Employment letter
3] Hotel reservations
+ For your travel, and supporting documents, it is best to travel with photocopies of these, and an electronic copy saved saved in your emails, or online file hosting service.
  • FYI, when we crossed from singapore to malaysia on december 2012, we were never asked our financial capability. Also, when we applied for a NZ visa while we were in Australia, it is free of charge if you go there for less than 60 days. No need to go to the consul, just drop a self stamped envelop with the rest of documentary requirements and if approved, you get your passport with the visa in about a week.