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5 Visa-Free Countries Filipinos Can Visit This Holiday Season

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From one Fall-Winter enthusiast to another, here's a list of the most accessible (read: visa-free!) cold-climate countries to explore during the holidays! Start packing your cozy coats and favorite pairs of boots ~ASAP~.

  1. Vietnam

    You read that right: Vietnam has a winter season. No, really! The capital city Hanoi is privy to dramatic temperature drops in December, with numbers ranging from an average of 18-19 °C. The air this time of year is crisp and dry, so you'll really have to layer up. It's the perfect time to enjoy an epic Vietnamese coffee crawl!

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  2. Hong Kong 

    A crowd favorite, and with good reason! Hong Kong is the perfect stop for a quick, much-needed getaway (inclusive of fantastic shopping and A+ food, natch). December's climate is cool and clearaverage low and high temperatures clock at 16 °C and 20 °C, respectively.

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  3. Taiwan 

    Here's a new and very welcome addition to the visa-free list. The main metropolis Taipei boasts quite the mild winter: think a low and high of 13 °C and 18 °C, respectively. Expect a bit of rain though, seeing as damp days with occasional showers are typical. Don't forget that umbrella! (P.S. Visiting for the first time? Know what to wear in Taiwan by reading our guide!)

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  4. Morocco 

    Venture a little further and land in majestic Marrakech for the holidays! The middle ground on any given day this month hovers around 14 °C. Take into account though that the desert is a drastic place, so expect both sunshiny 19 °C days and a potential low of 8 °C in the evenings. Brrr...

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  5. Israel 

    Historic, beautiful Tel Aviv's average winter temperature is 14 °C, with a high of 18 °C and a low of 9 °C. Things might get wet n' wild thoughheavy rain is common during cold season! Weatherproof parkas and water-resistant shoes are a good idea.

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