This post contains information on how to get a UAE visa if you’re traveling as a tourist, visiting a friend or family, or transiting on your way to another destination. If you’re flying to Dubai, Abu Dhabi or any of the other emirates for work or any purpose other than
Filipino tourists can apply for a Canadian Visa in three ways: online, by mail, and in person. This guide focuses on online application.
One of the trickiest parts of applying for a Schengen Visa is getting the flight reservations. Flight reservations are a requirement. Not having these will most likely result in the denial of your application. But here’s the thing: Booking flight tickets before you get a visa is not advisable because
We’re supposed to be in India now. For months, we had planned going on a backpacking trip from Nepal to India to Sri Lanka. We had almost everything taken care of including our hotels and an India visa. But something personal came up so we had to cancel the whole
To say that Japan is my favorite destination would be a major understatement. I’m writing this post while taking a break from packing my bags for my seventh trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. Let that sink in. This is my seventh trip in a span of 4
Just the other day, I received my fourth Japan visa, my second multiple-entry visa. This time, valid for the next five years. I didn’t even ask for it.
We know South Korea is one of the most popular destinations among Filipinos because there’s not a day that goes by without us receiving questions about getting a Korea visa. Hence, we decided to put up this post. Note that we’re NOT employed by or affiliated with the Korean Embassy
It just gets easier and easier for Filipinos to travel to Taiwan. Aside from the introduction of the e-visa application, Taiwan has also allowed visa-free entry for Pinoys traveling for leisure and business. This process also works for nationals of Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam.
Taiwan is one of those destinations that are easy to brush aside. It’s small, barely a dot in the world map. It’s not recognized by most countries as a sovereign nation. And it’s out of the way, detached from mainland Asia or Southeast Asia where backpacking is on overdrive. It’s
When I first quit my full-time job years ago, I foolishly thought I would be able to travel much more smoothly. No more bosses, no more overtimes, and no more filing of a leave of absence or asking for permission if I want to travel somewhere. Boy was I mistaken.