A study conducted by Passport Index shows the different passport around the world with respective power. The “passport power” is measured by the number of countries where holders can enter visa-free or without papers.
According to the index, United States and United Kingdom passport holders hold the most power in their hands, for they can visit 147 countries without papers.
The Philippine Passport rank only 57 with Zambia, Tanzania, Maloi, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Tunisia, Azerbaijan, Nigeria and Namibia - 61 free visa countries.
On the other hand, passport holders from Solomon Islands, Myanmar, South Sudan, Sao Tome and Principe, and Palestinian Territories can only enter 28 countries, placing them at the bottom of the ranking.
Rank # 1: (147 free visa countries)
- United States of America
- United Kingdom
Rank #2: (145 free visa countries)
- South Korea
Rank #3: (144 free visa countries)
Rank #4: (143 free visa countries)
Rank #5: (142 free visa countries
Rank #6: (141 free visa countries)
Rank #7: (140 free visa countries)
Rank #8: (139 free visa countries)
- New Zealand
Rank #9 : (138 free visa countries)
- Czech Republic
Rank #10 : (137 free visa countries)
Source : Passport Index