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Filipino Visa-Free Entry in Taiwan

chiang kai shek hall Visa Free Entry in Taiwan
It is good to know that Filipinos can enjoy visa-free entry in Taiwan from November 1, 2017 until July 31, 2018.
As stated in the ROC (TAIWAN) website, Filipinos don’t need to apply for visa if their purpose of visiting Taiwan is tourism, business,    visiting relatives, attending functions or events. They can enjoy staying in Taiwan up to 14 days.
But here is the CATCH. It still has REQUIREMENTS.
The only requirements for a Filipino visa-free visitor are the following:
1. You should have an ordinary or regular passport which is valid of at least 6 months from the date of your entry
2. You should have a return ticket
3. You should have no criminal record in Taiwan
4. You should have a proof of accommodation (hotel) booking or host/sponsor’s contact information or tour arrangements, etc.
Diplomatic and official passport holders are not eligible for visa-free treatment. If you intend to hop into another country straight after Taiwan, then you need to have ticket and visa for that destination.
Team Uy Taiwan Visa Free Entry in Taiwan

   Why is it great to visit TAIWAN now?

  1. Taiwan is only 2 hours travel from Philippines and they say that it is the cheaper version of Japan. I heard a lot of good reviews about their delectable variety of foods, not to mention the night markets that boast cheap an yummy street foods. I can’t wait to taste them.
  2.  Talking about the airfare, Cebu Pacific and Air Asia offer promo fare which only costs around P1,000 up to P4,000. This is by far one of the cheapest yet most exciting places to visit.
  3. Visa-free entry.

They say that it will only take a week to go all over Taiwan and visit its beautiful tourist attractions. You can go on a 3-day DIY trip around Taipe City and visit Taipe 101, Taipe Zoo, Chiang Kai Shek Hall, Longshan Temple then indulge yourself on numerous night markets that offer cheap and delectable treats.



Have you been to Japan or just still planning to make a tour in Tokyo? This is a good read to increase your chance of getting an approved Japan visa.


  1. I’m a teacher and I teach ESL. I have quite a few students from Taiwan and it’s always sounded like such a cool place to visit!

  2. Hey! My wife and I just came from Taiwan last year. We wanted to return here so we booked a ticket on date before the end of visa-free period. We really loved our trip here. From the places to the people. Although it would be sad if Taiwan will not be visa-free after.

  3. My wife and I visited Taiwan last year and are planning to visit this again. Our experience is amazing from the place to the people. Although we booked before the end of visa-free period, we’re still hoping that it will be permanent.

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