Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Countries Pinoys can visit without a visa


LAOS. This country, which is a favorite backpacking destination in Southeast Asia, allows Filipinos visa-free for 30 days. (PHOTO: Tourists visit Pha That Luang, a golden Buddhist stupa, that is considered to be Laos' most sacred monument, in Vientiane, Lao PDR, 02 November 2012. EPA/BARBARA WALTON)




 South Korea 

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KOREA. Are you a fan of K-Pop or Korean culture in general? South Korea requires visa, except the picturesque Jeju Island which is visa-free for Pinoys. (PHOTO: Cyclists biking through tunnels of cherry tree blossoms on the outskirts of Busan, in the south of South Korea 25 March 2013. EPA/BARBARA WALTON)





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INDONESIA. Filipinos can visit this archipelagic country comprised of more than 17,500 islands visa-free for 30 days. (PHOTO: A picture made available 27 May 2013 shows foreign and local tourists waiting for the sunrise at the ancient Borobudur temple in Magelang, Central Java province, Indonesia, 24 May 2013. EPA/MAST IRHAM)



 Hong Kong

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HONG KONG. You may shop and dine in Hong Kong and even visit Disneyland without a visa for 14 days. (Tourists have their photos taken with Disney characters at Hong Kong Disneyland Park, Monday 12 September, Hong Kong. EPA/ALEX HOFFORD)





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HAITI. If you want to experience one of the most popular carnivals in the Carribean, visit Haiti. Filipinos are allowed visa-free in this country. (PHOTO: Hundreds of people participate in the opening of the carnival of Jacmel, Haiti, 27 January 2008. EPA/KENA BETANCUR)

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