Let's go travel! :)
Brunei Darussalam : 14 days
Cambodia : 21 days
Indonesia : 30 days
Lao People's Republic : 30 days
Malaysia : 30 days
Singapore : 30 days
Thailand : 30 days
Vietnam : 21 days
Azerbaijan : 30 days (visa issued upon arrival)
Taiwan : 30 days (condition: has valid (1) Permanent Resident Card or (2) Entry Visa, of any one of the following countries: the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand; or one of the signatories of the Schengan Agreement.).
Georgia : 90 days (visa issued upon arrival)
Hong Kong : 14 days
India : 30 days (visa issued upon arrival) edit: (from Racquel Cayog's comment: "There are limited cities that allow us to get visa on arrival: Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata with visa fee of USD 65 (30 days)."
Israel : 90 days
Macau : 30 days
Maldives : 30 days (visa issued upon arrival)
Mongolia : 21 days
Nepal : 15/30/90 days (visa issued upon arrival with corresponding fees)
Timor-Leste : 30 days (issued upon arrival with corresponding fee)
Bolivia : 30 days
Brazil : 90 days
Colombia : 90 days
Ecuador : 90 days
Peru : 90 days
Suriname : 90 days
Morocco : 90 days
Saint Helena : 90 days
Seychelles : 30 days
Tuvalu : 90 days
Costa Rica : 30 days
Haiti : 90 days
Saint Vincent Grenadines : 30 days
Kosovo : unlimited
Fiji : 120 days
Micronesia : 21 days
Nauru : 30 days
Niue : 30 days
Palau : 30 days
Pitcairn Islands : 14 days
Samoa : 60 days
Tuvalu : 90 days
It isn't very easy to apply for a visa. So I'm really glad there are places we could visit visa-free.
But also, I am proud about the places I've been to where I had to apply for a visa to enter.
It was hard work, but certainly all worth it.
There are still so many places to visit. And I hope one day it will be easier for us Filipinos
to get visas. Better still, I hope one day, we'll live in a world without borders. :)
Just sharing this funny story, although it wasn't funny at that time.
When I opened my passport where the visa was glued,
I was so shocked to see a man's face staring at me. Haha.
I just realized I've been to China three times. And I'm going back in May.
Oh, I love Beijing and I'm already very excited.
This was one of the most memorable trips I made. And I want to go back.
Dear Universe, are you listening?
I want another Schengen visa, too. Still in my dreams list -- Italy.
And I certainly want to go back to France.