Philippine Passport visa free destinations

We want to travel overseas but what prevents us from doing so, apart from the budget, is the fact that most of our dream destinations require an entry visa. 

So let's begin our overseas adventure to a visa-free destination for less stress 😄. If you're a Philippine passport holder and planning to take a leisure trip abroad, you may consider any of these 69 countries to visit. They are all visa-free for Philippine passport holders. 

Philippine Passport visa free destinations
Photo credit: Esquire Philippines 

As of March 2024, the Philippine passport occupies 73rd spot in the world according to Henley Passport Index. Philippine passport holders enjoy visa-free access to 69 countries. 

In Southeast Asia, the Philippines is ranked in the bottom half, just above Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, and Myanmar. 

Here are the visa-free destinations that Philippine passport holders to visit:
  • Armenia (Central Asia)
  • Barbados (North America in the Caribbean islands)
  • Bolivia (South America)
  • Brazil (South America)
  • Brunei (Southeast Asia)
  • Burundi (South Africa)
  • Cambodia (Southeast Asia)
  • Cape Virgin Islands (Africa)
  • Colombia (South America)
  • Comoros Islands (Africa near Mozambique)
  • Cook Islands (Oceania near New Zealand)
  • Costa Rica (North America)
  • Djibouti (Africa)
  • Dominica (North America in the Caribbean islands)
  • Ethiopia (Africa)
  • Fiji (South Pacific Islands near Polynesia)
  • Gambia (Africa)
  • Guinea-Bissau (Africa)
  • Haiti (North America)
  • Hongkong (South Asia)
  • Iran (Central Asia)
  • Israel (Central Asia)
  • Ivory Coast (Africa)
  • Kazakhstan (Central Asia)
  • Kenya (Africa)
  • Kiribati (Central Pacific island near Micronesia)
  • Kyrgyzstan (Central Asia)
  • Laos (Southeast Asia)
  • Macao (South Asia)
  • Madagascar (Africa)
  • Malaysia (Southeast Asia)
  • Malawi Island (Central Pacific Islands near Micronesia)
  • Maldives (Southeast Asia near India)
  • Marshall Islands (Central Pacific Islands)
  • Mauritania (Africa)
  • Micronesia (Central Pacific Islands)
  • Mongolia (South Asia near China)
  • Morocco (Africa)
  • Mozambique (Africa)
  • Myanmar (Southeast Asia)
  • Nepal (Southwest Asia near China and India)
  • Nicaragua (North America)
  • Niue (Northeast of New Zealand)
  • Pakistan (Southwest Asia)
  • Palau (Near Guam and Micronesia)
  • Palestinian Territories (Central Asia)
  • Peru (South America)
  • Rwanda (Africa)
  • Samoa (South Pacific Ocean near New Zealand)
  • Senegal (Africa)
  • Seychelles (Africa)
  • Singapore (Southeast Asia)
  • St. Lucia (North America in the Caribbean islands)
  • St. Vincent and the Grenadines (North America in the Caribbean islands)
  • Suriname (North America in the Caribbean islands)
  • Taiwan (South Asia)
  • Tajikistan (Central Asia)
  • Tanzania Africa)
  • Thailand (Southeast Asia)
  • Timor-Leste (Southeast Asia)
  • Togo (South Pacific island)
  • Trinidad and Tobago (North America)
  • Vanuatu (South Pacific near Australia)
  • Vietnam (Southeast Asia)
The above list shows the countries and territories where Philippines passport holders are allowed to visit without the hassle of securing a visa. 

However, it is important to remember that there's a specific duration of stay and permissible purposes for travel. The visit is still subject to the respective nation's visa regulations. 

Philippines passport holders need to check how many days (usually indicated on the stamp of the passport upon arrival) the visit/stay is allowed.