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Friday, June 29, 2018

Visa-Free entry For Filipinos In Taiwan, Extended Until 2019

The visa-free travel program for travelers to Taiwan from neighboring Asian countries like Philippines, Thailand, and Brunei will be extended until  July 2019.
Taiwan started a trial one-year visa-free travel regime for visitors from Thailand and Brunei in August 2016. Filipino tourists were added to the program last November for an initial trial period of nine months.

However, with the new extensions, the number of days travelers from Thailand and Brunei for visiting Taiwan visa-free is reduced from 30 days to 14 days,  just the same as that of travelers from the Philippines currently enjoy.
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The visa-free travel program for travelers to Taiwan from neighboring Asian countries like Philippines, Thailand, and Brunei will be extended until  July 2019. Taiwan started a trial one-year visa-free travel regime for visitors from Thailand and Brunei in August 2016. Filipino tourists were added to the program last November for an initial trial period of nine months.  However, with the new extensions, the number of days travelers from Thailand and Brunei for visiting Taiwan visa-free is reduced from 30 days to 14 days,  just the same as that of travelers from the Philippines currently enjoy. Advertisement        Sponsored Links     The visa-free program is part of the government's effort to increase the number of tourists from countries included in its "New Southbound Policy" covering the 10 Southeast Asian countries, six South Asian countries, Australia and New Zealand.  Its purpose is to is aimed to offset a significant slump in tourists from mainland China since 2016 when President Tsai Ying-wen of the independence-leaning Democratic Progressive Party took office.  Since Taiwan started giving free entry visa for the 18 "Southbound" countries in August 2016, the number of visitors from those countries has significantly risen.  Statistics show that visitors from the Philipines reached to about 290,000 visitors last year, higher than 172,000 the previous year. The number of visitors from Thailand last year was more than 292,000, from 195,000 in 2017.  Malaysians and Singaporeans already enjoy full 30-day visa-free entry to Taiwan, while New Zealanders enjoy full 90-day visa-free entry and Australians enjoy the same on a trial basis until Dec. 31.    Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO) said there are some 150,000 Filipinos working in Taiwan, mostly in the manufacturing and fisheries sector.    READ MORE: Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    DTI Offers P5K To P200K To Small Business Owners    How Filipinos Can Get Free Oman Visa?    Do You Know The Effects Of Too Much Bad News To Your Body?    Authorized Travel Agency To Process Temporary Visa Bound to South Korea    Who Can Skip Online Appointment And Use The DFA Courtesy Lane For Passport Processing?    P200-Subsidy To Minimum Wage Earners Nationwide— DOLE    80,000 Filipino Seafarers at the Brink Of Losing Jobs?    Complete List Of Contacts For OFWs In The UAE  Leptospirosis Awareness, Causes And Prevention

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The visa-free program is part of the government's effort to increase the number of tourists from countries included in its "New Southbound Policy" covering the 10 Southeast Asian countries, six South Asian countries, Australia and New Zealand.

Its purpose is to is aimed to offset a significant slump in tourists from mainland China since 2016 when President Tsai Ying-wen of the independence-leaning Democratic Progressive Party took office.

Since Taiwan started giving free entry visa for the 18 "Southbound" countries in August 2016, the number of visitors from those countries has significantly risen.

Statistics show that visitors from the Philipines reached to about 290,000 visitors last year, higher than 172,000 the previous year. The number of visitors from Thailand last year was more than 292,000, from 195,000 in 2017.

Malaysians and Singaporeans already enjoy full 30-day visa-free entry to Taiwan, while New Zealanders enjoy full 90-day visa-free entry and Australians enjoy the same on a trial basis until Dec. 31.


Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO) said there are some 150,000 Filipinos working in Taiwan, mostly in the manufacturing and fisheries sector.The visa-free travel program for travelers to Taiwan from neighboring Asian countries like Philippines, Thailand, and Brunei will be extended until  July 2019. Taiwan started a trial one-year visa-free travel regime for visitors from Thailand and Brunei in August 2016. Filipino tourists were added to the program last November for an initial trial period of nine months.  However, with the new extensions, the number of days travelers from Thailand and Brunei for visiting Taiwan visa-free is reduced from 30 days to 14 days,  just the same as that of travelers from the Philippines currently enjoy. Advertisement        Sponsored Links     The visa-free program is part of the government's effort to increase the number of tourists from countries included in its "New Southbound Policy" covering the 10 Southeast Asian countries, six South Asian countries, Australia and New Zealand.  Its purpose is to is aimed to offset a significant slump in tourists from mainland China since 2016 when President Tsai Ying-wen of the independence-leaning Democratic Progressive Party took office.  Since Taiwan started giving free entry visa for the 18 "Southbound" countries in August 2016, the number of visitors from those countries has significantly risen.  Statistics show that visitors from the Philipines reached to about 290,000 visitors last year, higher than 172,000 the previous year. The number of visitors from Thailand last year was more than 292,000, from 195,000 in 2017.  Malaysians and Singaporeans already enjoy full 30-day visa-free entry to Taiwan, while New Zealanders enjoy full 90-day visa-free entry and Australians enjoy the same on a trial basis until Dec. 31.    Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO) said there are some 150,000 Filipinos working in Taiwan, mostly in the manufacturing and fisheries sector.    READ MORE: Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    DTI Offers P5K To P200K To Small Business Owners    How Filipinos Can Get Free Oman Visa?    Do You Know The Effects Of Too Much Bad News To Your Body?    Authorized Travel Agency To Process Temporary Visa Bound to South Korea    Who Can Skip Online Appointment And Use The DFA Courtesy Lane For Passport Processing?    P200-Subsidy To Minimum Wage Earners Nationwide— DOLE    80,000 Filipino Seafarers at the Brink Of Losing Jobs?    Complete List Of Contacts For OFWs In The UAE  Leptospirosis Awareness, Causes And Prevention


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