A bird's eye view of Taiwan.
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Filipinos can travel to Taiwan without a visa for another year after the country announced its decision to extend its visa-free entry scheme for Filipinos.
This means that Filipinos can get visa-free entry to Taiwan for up to 14 days, whether for tourism, business, transit or other purposes.
According to the Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the visa-free entry policy for Filipinos will be extended to July 31, 2024. Taiwan started its visa-free scheme to Filipinos in 2017, and has since been extending the policy.
Wallace Chow, a representative of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, said Taiwan is targeting more than 320,000 visitors from the Philippines this year. Taiwan’s foreign minister has said it will continue to review its visa policies to attract more visitors. ICA/Expat Media
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