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Time to green-light all those Taipei plans you put on hold.
On July 2, 2019, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines released a statement extending the visa-free treatment it has afforded Filipino travelers who are visiting for either business or pleasure.“The visa-free privilege for the nationals of the Philippines will continue for
Look out, travel enthusiasts! If you missed capitalizing on Taiwan’s visa-free travel program, you might just get another chance. Originally set to expire on July 31 this year, after being extended for a successful trial run last 2017, the visa-free privilege for
Check out the visa requirements of 230 countries on the VisaList website.
It's never too early to plan for your summer vacay but if you’re still undecided on where you want to go, VisaList can help you make a decision—not in terms of how cheap the tickets are or what activities you can do when
For another year!
Good news, jetsetters! Taiwan is officially extending its trial visa-free travel program for visitors from the Philippines, Thailand, and Brunei for another year. Book those flights, stat, because you'll get to fly over sans visa until July 31, 2019!For a bit of context, some
Imagine the possibilities!
The Philippines is now the seventh most powerful country when it comes to passport ranking in Southeast Asia, according to the 2018 Henley Passport Index released on May 22 by Henley & Partners—a residence and citizenship planning firm headquartered in New Jersey.
From one Fall-Winter enthusiast to another, here's a list of the most accessible (read: visa-free!) cold-climate countries to explore as the holidays approach! Go ahead and start packing your cozy coats and favorite pairs of boots. VietnamYou read that right: Vietnam has a
Time to visit the land of skin care!
Feeling inspired by Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff's latest photos in South Korea? Well, it seems that the stars have aligned! Getting into South Korea just became easier—Manila Bulletin reports that tourists who want to visit the land of K-beauty can do so