Higher Rank, More Countries You Can Travel Without Visas!
Singapore & Germany
Compared with last year’s ranking, Singapore remains the top while Germany’s ranking rises one place from No.2. With a Singapore or German passport, travelers can enter 165 countries and regions without a visa, according to the 2018 Visa Restrictions Index.
Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Luxembourg, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Norway, South Korea, United States of America
Behold, citizens from Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Luxembourg, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Norway, South Korea and United States of America, it seems that they have the more potential for the greater mobility in the travel world.
With a passport of above countries, travelers can enter 164 countries and regions without a visa.
Belgium, Austria, Japan, Greece, Portugal, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada
Holding its position as second runner-up, is Belgium, Austria, Japan, Greece, Portugal, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Ireland and Canada, with visa-free access to 163 countries.
Czechia and Hungary — are now tied for fourth place, making their citizens privileged in international travel. Visa-free access to 156 countries.
Malta, Malaysia, Iceland, New Zealand, Australia
As for the fourth place, Malta, Malaysia, Iceland, New Zealand, Australia, Visa-free access to 161 countries.
Those are the Top 5 countries,
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6 Slovenia, Poland, Lithuania, Slovakia, Latvia — 160
7 Estonia, United Arab Emirates — 159
8 Romania, Bulgaria — 157
9 Cyprus, Liechtenstein — 156
10 Croatia, Monaco — 155
China, meanwhile, occupies 56th place on the list alongside Botswana and Papua New Guinea, allowing free access to 77 countries.
The Chinese are travelling in record numbers, bringing with them spending money and greatly boosting local economies, so it’s not surprising that more countries making it easier for them to visit.
Greater China regions ranked significantly higher, with Hong Kong sitting in 12th place achieving a score of 150 and Macau in 28th with 129.
World’s Weak Passports
Passport Index ranks passports worldwide based on the cross-border access a holder has. It was developed by Canada-based global consultancy Arton Capital.
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