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BRB, booking a flight to SoKor.
In April 2019, the Korean Embassy announced that visa processing will increase from three days (frequent travelers) and five days (first-time travelers) to seven working days (for both). The number of days just kept increasing, which is understandable given that everyone just wants to visit Korea—and
The Philippine passport improved its ranking for 2020, according to a report.
The Philippine passport is one notch more powerful this year, according to the recenty released 2020 Henley Passport Index.The Philippines is now at number 76, together with the country of Azerbaijan. This allow passport holders to visit 67 visa-free destinations, including:1. Brunei2. Cambodia3. Hong Kong
We're hoping it pushes through!
Planning to visit Jeju Island with your friends this 2020? You may be in luck, as the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the Philippines has posted on December 20 that a "visa-free system" for tourist groups is in the works!"The
Been planning to visit the U.S.? We have tips on scoring that visa to the Land of the Free!
There are several reasons one might want to visit the United States of America: whether it’s visiting friends and family, seeing all the must-visit sights like the Statue of Liberty or the Grand Canyon, or people-watching in the city in the hopes
Get ready to journey to the Land Down Under!
While everyone has been planning their dream itineraries around Asia or Europe, there’s one country—nay, a continent—that you may not have considered yet: the Land Down Under. A unique place with outstanding natural sights, wildlife, and a bustling nightlife scene, Australia is
Plan that trip to the Land of the Rising Sun soon!
Japan is on everyone’s bucket list of must-visit places, and it’s hardly a surprise as to why. Rich in culture, history, and scenery, the country is truly a sight to behold, offering surprises to its visitors with something for everyone. Whether you’re
Filipinos will be subject to several changes in terms of Schengen visa application starting February 2, 2020.
Come February 2020, Filipinos will have to pay 80 euros for a Schengen visa, a 25 percent increase over the current 60 euros for a Schengen visa application. Visas for children will cost 40 euros, which are presently priced at 35 euros.The
We're keeping our fingers crossed!
Traveling to South Korea visa-free is now proving to be a strong possibility. Yonhap News, a government-funded South Korean news agency, reports that a package of policy measures have been announced in an attempt to aid the dwindling economy of the country’s
It's not going to be that simple, though.
Keep your fingers crossed, travelers! There may be hopes of entering South Korea without going through the current long visa process. In an article by the Philippine News Agency, Philippine Ambassador to Korea Noe Albano Wong reveals that the push for Filipinos to
You can now visit Morocco without a visa, but there are already quite a few countries Philippine passport holders can visit free of hassle.
The Philippine passport might not be the most powerful passport in the world—that title goes to Japan and Singapore—but it’s not as bad as people might think. In fact, while there are only 64 countries and territories that Filipinos can enter visa-free,
It's easier than you think!
So you've finally decided to travel to the Land of the Morning Calm! Whether you're touring South Korea to taste their yummy delicacies, take photos at their IG-worthy tourist spots, or go on a K-pop or K-drama pilgrimage, first things first: You'll
Add these underrated destinations to your must-visit list!
When it comes to planning a trip, there really is no time to waste. It's better to think in advance, especially with all the new countries easing up on visas to Filipinos. That said, we've put together a list of visa-free travel
You read that right!
In case you've been itching to roam South Korea, beloved land of all things K-drama and K-pop, you'll love this. The SoKor embassy has declared that there are officially three ways you can acquire visa-free entry into the country. You read that
There's more to the country than its singing sands.
We may not have the world's most powerful passport, but the growing list of countries that we can visit visa-free shows that it's useful where it matters. We can go on the famous Indochina tour without having to worry about visas when
Better start saving now.
More and more countries are giving Filipino travelers the visa-free treatment. Sometimes, however, you still really want to see what Europe, Africa, and other places have to offer.We've already uncovered the cheapest European countries to fly to from Manila but before you make your way to
Get all the deets here.
If you're planning a vacation to South Korea anytime soon, then we suggest you start filing for your visas early! The Korean embassy has recently announced on its website that they will be increasing the number of days to process the visas.Visa
Your credit card can probably do a lot more than what you initially thought.
Every time you are offered or you apply for a credit card, have you ever taken a second to think whether you’re getting Visa or Mastercard? Moreover, do you even know exactly what they are, as well as how they work? If
Ready to apply for one?
No exaggeration: Probably the best gift I've ever received in all my 25 years of living was my university graduation present—a month-long jaunt to Europe with my family. In those few weeks, we were able to see a grand whoppin' total of
Time to plan that Euro trip!
Heads up, jetsetters! Russia's now made it easier for Filipinos to visit the country's cultural center! Starting October 1, Philippine passport holders may enter St. Petersburg with an electronic visa, as recently announced by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.The mandate to allow
Fulfill your jet-setting dreams by remembering these handy tips!
It could be a matter of ticking an item off your bucket list—like seeing the Eiffel Tower up close, having a slice of authentic Italian pizza in Italy, or even bumping into a Hollywood celebrity in Los Angeles—but the truth is that