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Monday, July 04, 2016

IN PHOTOS: 30 TERRITORIES and COUNTRIES THAT FILIPINOS CAN VISIT WITHOUT A VISA REQUIRED



30 COUNTRIES and TERRITORIES THAT FILIPINOS CAN VISIT WITHOUT A VISA REQUIRED

Visa not required
90 days
Visa not required
90 days
Visa not required
14 days
Visa not required
21 days
Hainan China
Visa not required
HongKong China
Visa not required
14 days
Macao, China
Visa not required
30 days
Visa not required
Visa not required
30 days upon arrival, can extend for total of 90 days
Visa not required
21 days
Visa not required
90 days
 Fiji
Visa not required
4 months
Visa not required
90 days; must obtain an entry clearance from the Gambian Immigration prior to travel
Visa not required
3 months
 Laos
Visa not required
30 days
Visa not required
30 days
Visa not required
30 days
Visa not required
21 days
Visa not required
Visa not required
14 days. Also eVisa for 28 days; holders must arrive via YangonNay Pyi Taw or Mandalay airports.
Visa not required
Arrival by sea to Gaza Strip not allowed.
Visa not required
183 days
Visa not required
90 days
Visa not required
1 month
Visa not required
90 days
Visa not required
30 days
Visa not required
90 days
Visa not required
30 days
Visa not required
30 days
Visa not required
21 days
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A view from the mountain in El Sauce overlooking Samaipata, Bolivia.
A view from the mountain in El Sauce overlooking Samaipata, Bolivia.

Chapada Diamantina from the Pai Inácio Hill, in the Chapada Diamantina National ParkBahia.

Bandar Seri Begawan, showing Kampong Ayer in the Brunei River during the 2013 Brunei Regatta.

SEE ALSO:

2016 LIST OF COUNTRIES THAT FILIPINOS CAN VISIT WITHOUT VISA, GET VISA ON ARRIVAL OR GET E-VISA/ONLINE




View of Angkor Wat in Siem Reap. Today Angkor Wat is Cambodia's main tourist attraction and is visited by many tourists from around the world.
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Cali
Santiago de Cali panoramic view from Cristo Rey Hills, COLOMBIA.


Arenal Volcano as seen in Monterverde, Costa Rica


Roseau photographed from a docked cruise ship, Dominican Republic.
Quito
Quito Panoramic View, Ecuador.


Huts in the village of Navala in the Nausori Highlands, Fiji Islands.

Senegambian stone circles (megaliths) which run from Senegal through the Gambia and which are described by UNESCO as "the largest concentration of stone circles seen anywhere in the world"


Citadelle Laferrière, is the largest fortress in the Americas, and one of the eighth wonders of the world. HAITI

Mount Semeru and Mount Bromo in East Java. Indonesia contains the most volcanoes in the world.


Israel's 1980 Jerusalem Law declared Jerusalem to be Israel's "eternal and indivisible capital".

Rivers are an important means of transport in Laos.
Limestone pinnacles jutting out of a mountainside forest on Mount Api
The limestone pinnacles at Mount Api, part of the Gunung Mulu National Park. MALAYSIA

A view of Kolonia Town from Sokehs Ridge in Pohnpei. MICRONESIA

Castle built in northern Mongolia by Tsogt Taij in 1601.

High Atlas in central Morocco.


Pagodas and kyaungs in present-day Bagan, the capital of the Pagan Kingdom. MYANMAR


The citadel of Machu Picchu, an iconic symbol of pre-Columbian Peru

The island of Mustique in the Saint Vincent and Grenadines.
Photograph of King's palace in Nyanza, Rwanda depicting main entrance, front and conical roof
A reconstruction of the King of Rwanda's palace at Nyanza
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The Great Mosque of Touba, home of the Mouride Sufi brotherhood, it is also one of the finest examples of Islamic architecture in Africa.


The integrated resort of Marina Bay Sands, that opened in 2010, is one of the world's most photographed buildings. View from Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

Paramaribo
Waterkant as seen from Suriname river.


View of the Luang Prabang Range, which straddles the Thai-Lao border, in Nan ProvinceNorthern Thailand

Cinder plain of Mount Yasur on Tanna island.


A panorama of Vietnam's Hạ Long Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

All images from Wikipedia.

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