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Straightforward and visa-free 9 countries for Filipinos
Philippinos have a tendency to combine travelling with a difficult period to get a passport. The Philippines: Why not begin with neighbouring states that do not need a student ID card? You have probably read about ASEAN on the headlines and you may know some information about it. ASEAN ( "Association of Southeast Asian Nations") was established in 1967 to reinforce mutual support and co-operation between member states and to establish one of the biggest free trade markets in the whole wide globe, which promotes the free circulation of goods, service, travelling and touring.
The ten are Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar and the Philippines. It is also aimed at stimulating the tourist and tourist industries so that ASEAN nationals do not need a visas when travelling to another Member State (for a restricted number of days).
PASSSPORT with six-month period of validity, round trip tickets and booking of hotels (or evidence of accommodation). P.S. Worries about Filipino immigration? Here is the list of all ASEAN nations that can visa-free travel to the Philippines. Filipino passport holder may travel to Brunei Darussalam for 14 nights without an entrance visa.
Cambodia is open to the Philippines and other ASEAN states for 21 consecutive nights. Each visitor must have a passport and a blank page for six month's validity. HIGHLY DEMANDED ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHOOLS IN THE WORLD! Filipino passport holder travelling to Indonesia do not need a 30-day residence permit.
Prolongation of the residence is dependent on the permission of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights in cases of FORCEMAJEURE: extreme poor meteorological conditions, serious sickness or serious accidents. All Filipino travelers must have a Filipino passport valid for at least six month at the point of arriving in Indonesia and a round-trip airfare.
As a Filipino passport owner, you may stay in Laos for 30 nights. Only make sure your passport does not run out within six month. In addition, you must present your entry and exit passes for Laos. As a rule, a touristic visas is valid for 15 to 30 nights (depending on the tourist's itinerary) - which can be obtained at the airport, friendly bridge and checkpoint between Laos and the area.
In case you want to remain longer, you can send your application to the immigration office of Laos in Vientiane. Filipino passport holder can go to Malaysia without a passport if they are only there for a period of one or 30 nights. They only need a passport from the Philippines.
When a Filipino passport owner is planning to visit Malaysia for more than 30 but less than 59 nights, he must apply for a permit before travelling there. There is no cost for the requested visas. Filipino passport holders also need a passport if they are staying in Malaysia for 60 or longer than that.
You must apply for a VWR before your intended trip to Malaysia. Your Malaysian contact or your Malaysian home will also need to obtain a VWR permit for you. A copy of the permit document will be attached to the request for a permit.
AIRASIA - THE CHEAPEST WAY TO VISIT THE ASIAN PACIFIC! Philippine passport holder can remain in Myanmar for 14 consecutive nights without a passport and grant Filipinos holding an American passport visa-free access to Myanmar for tourist and commercial use. 1960 Executive Order 408 has been ratified by Myanmar citizens for 30 consecutive nights.
Myanmar's visa-free travel agreement aims to stimulate the development of Myanmar's touristic industry, a land full of touristic assets but fighting to attract more people. When you want to see the Golden Triangle (the border of Myanmar, Laos and Thailand) or simply want to discover the main station of Yangon, then a journey to Myanmar is a must!
Filipino passport holder can obtain a visa on arriving in Singapore for up to 30 day periods for tourist or work. Passports should be valid at least six month after your planned Singapore trip. Travellers should also have their certified flight home and proof of adequate financial resources for the period of their sojourn in Singapore.
It is good to know that you can spend a max of 30 nights in Thailand. From now on, people can travel to Thailand on a regular basis and spend a full 90 nights for a six months in Thailand. Again, you have a 30 day limit on each trip if you enter through your local Thai airports or 14-day overland.
Filipinos are allowed to spend 21 or less nights in Vietnam as Vietnamese tourist. The passport should be in force for at least six month and you should have a certified flight back and enough funds to pay for your expenditures for the period of your sojourn. Completed and properly autographed visa request forms with an initial and a current 2" x 2" photograph are required.
It is intended to promote tourist, commercial and investments between the Philippines and all ASEAN states. If you are planning a trip to Europe or the world, you should begin with the ASEAN states first.