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For Your Family Travel Goals: List Of Visa-Free Countries For Philippine Passport Holders (2022)
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  • Travel is back worldwide which means that people are planning trips and vacations again after two years of staying at home.

    For Philippine passport holders who are looking to fly abroad, visa-free destinations are the easiest to go to since these are the most accessible. (Don't have passports yet? Read the requirements here).

    As of 2022, the Philippine passport ranks 80th in terms of power which means holders can access 67 destinations visa-free.

    Here are the different destinations you can go to without a visa if you hold a Philippine passport:

    *visa on arrival   **eTA

    Asia

    • Brunei
    • Cambodia
    • Hong Kong (SAR China)
    • Indonesia
    • Kazakhstan
    • Kyrgyzstan *
    • Laos
    • Macao (SAR China)
    • Malaysia
    • Maldives *
    • Mongolia
    • Myanmar
    • Nepal *
    • Pakistan **
    • Singapore
    • Sri Lanka **
    • Taiwan (Chinese Taipei)
    • Tajikistan *
    • Thailand
    • Timor-Leste *
    • Vietnam

    READ ALSO: Travel To Singapore: What Filipino Tourists Need To Know

    Oceania

    • Cook Islands
    • Fiji
    • Marshall Islands *
    • Micronesia
    • Niue
    • Palau Islands *
    • Papua New Guinea *
    • Samoa *
    • Tuvalu *
    • Vanuatu

    READ ALSO: Japan Tourist Visa: Here's The List Of Requirements And Accredited Travel Agencies

    Middle East

    • Armenia *
    • Iran
    • Israel

    Carribean

    • Palestinian Territory
    • Barbados
    • Dominica
    • Haiti
    • St. Lucia *
    • St. Vincent and the Grenadines
    • Trinidad and Tobago *

    Americas

    • Bolivia
    • Brazil
    • Colombia
    • Costa Rica
    • Nicaragua *
    • Peru
    • Suriname

    READ ALSO: Paano Mag-Travel With Toddlers, Ayon Kay Mariel Padilla

    Africa

    • Burundi *
    • Cape Verde Islands *
    • Comoro Islands *
    • Cote d'IvoireGuinea-Bissau *
    • Madagascar *
    • Malawi *
    • Mauritania *
    • Mauritius *
    • Morocco
    • Mozambique *
    • Rwanda
    • Senegal
    • Seychelles *
    • Somalia *
    • Tanzania *
    • The Gambia
    • Togo *
    • Uganda *
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    Why traveling with the family could be the best gift to your children

    Here are some reasons why traveling with family could be the best gift you could give to your kids.

    1. Travel enhances your parent-child conversations.

    Every new destination is a good conversation piece with your child. A conversation starter like, "We're riding a train! Is it going fast or slow?" works better when you're actually on a train gaining speed than if you're watching watching a show or reading a book about the same topic. It's the best time to explain to them ideas and concepts like snow, autumn, and culture.

    2. Traveling with kids make them learn how to become world-class citizens. 

    The best way to teach children that there are people with different cultures, colors, and languages, but they all deserve to be respected is to let them meet them. Traveling and interacting with other people also teaches them empathy and communication.

    3. Travel will show you a side of your child that you may not know yet.

    Seeing your child outside your home and their comfort zone opens a world of possibilities for them. Your shy and timid child may act enthusiastic in a new environment or with other people. Your picky eater may love exotic tastes. Who knows, you will learn something about you and your partner too?

    And if you're not convinced yet, read one of our most popular stories on why it's important to travel as a family, here.

    This story originally appeared on reportr.world. Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.

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