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Top 10 Countries Which Allow Free Visa for Indians 2021

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Do you love travelling or already have travelled to many foreign countries for any other reason or want to travel to different countries around the world? If yes, you know how troublesome the process of getting a visa for a foreign country is. Besides the long process, some county’s visas are pretty expensive. That’s why people often try to find countries which allow free visa and the procedure is also easier.

Well, if you are also wondering which countries allow free visa, you are in the right place. In this article, I will be discussing the top 10 countries that allow free Visa for Indians. If you are from any other countries, don’t worry, there will be a separate article about that.

Top 10 Countries Which Allow Free Visa for Indians

Singapore

Singapore, the quintessential cosmopolitan, is a southeast1 Asian island country and very famous for its tourism industry. Singapore is also one of the richest and developed nations. It is famous for its rich culture, diversity, tall skyscrapers, delicious food, tourist and adventuring spots etc.

Gardens by the Bay is a nature park in Singapore

Singapore allows before arrival E-Visa for Indian citizens considering your passport has at least 6 months validation. The validity of the VISA will be of 30 days. Also, you will need the followings –

  •       Duly filled visa application and form
  •       Confirmed return tickets
  •       Two copies of recent passport size photographs
  •       Covering letter (containing the details of the traveller).
  •       Original Bank statements.

Thailand

Thailand, the gateway to South Asia, is one of the most beautiful countries in South Asia. It is especially famous for its beautiful beaches, cultural integrity, dense forest, floating markets, coral reefs and other tourist spots.

Thailand has a rich food culture, so if you are an Indian, you will probably like it. Also, you can see the vast cultivation of Buddhism along with a major gathering of Buddhist monks.

Coming on the Visa part, Thailand allows free E-VISA on arrival considering your passport has at least 6 months of validation. Also, you will need the followings –

  •       A digital photo of you (taken not more than 3 months ago).
  •       Your travel dates.
  •       Airline Confirmation.
  •       Accommodation Details.
  •       Credit/debit card or any other payment options.

Maldives

The Maldives is a tropical island nation, consists of 1192 coral islands grouped into natural atolls. It is famous for its fabulous white sand beaches, diverse marine life, beautiful scenarios and other tourist spots. It is also a famous adventure spot as well as a popular honeymoon spot.

The Maldives allows free Visa on arrival and the validation of the Visa will be of 30 days. If you want, you extent the validation period up-to 90 days.

Malaysia

Malaysia is a southeast Asian country near Thailand. It is one of those countries which actually gives the true essence of Asia. With its cultural diversity, beautiful beaches and natural scenarios, food, exquisite tourist sites, etc, it is one of the most popular tourist spots.

Malaysia allows eNTRI Visa which is free for a span of 15 days considering your passport has at least 6 months of validation. The validity of the VISA will be of 30 days. Also, you will need the followings –

  •       Travel Documents
  •       Travel itinerary
  •       E-Ticket number of return flight ticket
  •       Hotel reservation or invitation letter from your host
  •       Work or Residence Permit if living abroad

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is an ancient Asian island nation situated near the bottom of southern India. It is a land of ancient ruins, amazing beaches, colourful reef and many more. It has eight heritage sites so, you will find a lot of bio-diversity. With the rich culture and exquisite food, you won’t regret going to Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka allows E-visa considering your passport has at least 6 months of validation. Also, you will need the followings –

  •       Airside transit and exit from Sri Lanka.
  •       Travel Documents.
  •       Proof of sufficient funds for stay.
  •       Booking details of the stay

Turkey

Turkey is a fascinating Islamic country situated between Asia and Europe border. It contains both civilized and highly developed cities along with raw natural beauty, mountains, oceans, river and more. Its tourism industry is also booming.

ISTANBUL, TURKEY – JULY 15: A man waves Turkey’s national flag in front of the Hagia Sophia Mosque on the fourth anniversary of the July 15, 2016 failed coup attempt on July 15, 2020 in Istanbul, Turkey. On the night of July 15, 2016, 249 people died when military personnel attempted to overthrow the government and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

Turkey allows free E-VISA for Indians considering your passport has at least 6 months of validation. Also, you will need the followings –

  •       Return ticket
  •       Booking details of the stay
  •       Sufficient funds (minimum of USD 50 per day).

Indonesia

Indonesia is the World’s largest archipelago made of 17000 islands. Here you can connect with nature on a fundamental level. The seashores, smouldering volcanoes, tidy rivers, fascinating forests and the whole culture will give you a peaceful experience.

Indonesia allows free Visa considering your passport has at least 6 months of validation along with the date of your arrival and Return Tickets.

Bhutan

Bhutan, often regarded as the happiest country in Asia, is a neighbour country of India. It is a beautiful country with fascinating natural beauty and diverse wildlife. Bhutan is really popular among tourists.

There is no Visa required to enter Bhutan for Indians if you have 7 days entry-cum-stay permit from the border offices. Also, you will need the followings –

  •       Indian Passport (at least 6-month validity)
  •       Two passport-sized photographs.
  •       Voter ID
  •       Booking Details of your stay
  •       Marriage certificate copy for couples

Nepal

Nepal is another neighbour country of India mostly known for its high mountains (Mt.everest), diverse nature and rich culture. Tourism is also flourishing in Nepal as it has many beautiful monuments, temples, historical places etc.

There is no Visa required to enter Nepal for Indians. Also, you will need the followings –

  •       Passport
  •       Voter ID
  •       Driving License
  •       Ration Card
  •       An ID issued by the Embassy of India in Kathmandu.

Cambodia

Cambodia is a nation with high historical value and rich culture with fabulous natural beauty. The tourism business here is pretty vast as it has lots of historical establishments like Angkor Wat, Bayon Temple and other famous temples etc. Also, natural beauty and friendly culture will give you peace.

Cambodia allows E-Visa for Indian citizens considering your passport has at least 6 months of validation. The validity of the VISA will be of 30 days. Also, you will need the followings –

  •       Applicant Photo
  •       Passport Personal Details Scan.
  •       Last Page of Passport

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Amit Bhosle is a blogger and social media expert. I enjoy jotting down ideas and facts, and in the endeavour of doing the same, I come up with various articles on topics related to Social Media and Sports.

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Sri Lankan delegation travels to the USA to ask for a $4 billion IMF bailout package.

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This visit comes days after Tuesday’s announcement by the finance ministry that it would suspend repayments of foreign loans.

On Sunday, a delegation from Sri Lanka will travel to the United States to meet with IMF officials to discuss a $4 billion package. This is as the government desperately attempts to save the country’s struggling economy that a severe forex crisis has ravaged.

Between April 19 and 24, Finance Minister Ali Sabry’s delegation will meet with representatives from the International Monetary Fund.

After having previously resisted requests to obtain a facility from the international lender, Mr Sabry stated that Sri Lanka wants a $4 billion bailout package from the IMF.

The visit is taking place days after the finance ministry announced that it is suspending repayments of foreign debt, including bonds and government-to-government borrowing, pending the completion of a loan restructuring programme with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). This year, Sri Lanka was required to pay $7 billion in debt payments.

This was Sri Lanka’s first debt default since 1948. The country’s 22million inhabitants are now facing 12-hour power outages and severe shortages of fuel, food and medicines.

The Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka (SEC) announced Saturday that the Colombo Stock Exchange would remain temporarily closed from Monday to give investors “more clarity and understanding” of current economic conditions in crisis-hit Sri Lanka. This will allow them to make informed investment decisions.

Sri Lanka was currently facing the worst economic crisis since 1948, when it gained independence from the UK. The financial crisis triggered political turmoil in Sri Lanka, with residents staging nationwide protests over prolonged power cuts, fuel shortages, and the demand for the ouster of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa.

After thousands of protestors defied the country’s state of emergency and curfew, all of Sri Lanka’s Cabinet resigned earlier this month except President Gotabaya and Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa.

Sources claim that President Gotabaya has made arrangements for the swearing-in of a smaller Cabinet. Other than Prime Minister Mahinda, it will not include any Rajapaksa member.

President Gotabaya fired Basil Rajapaksa, his brother and finance minister, earlier. He invited the Opposition parties into a unity cabinet to address the public’s anger against the economic crisis. The Opposition turned down the invitation to form a unity Cabinet. Next week, the Opposition will move a no-confidence against the government.

An Indian credit line of $500,000,000 for fuel imports was created to help the country’s dire financial situation.

India announced recently that it would extend Sri Lanka a $1Billion line of credit as part of its financial aid to the country to address the economic crisis. This follows a previously $500B line of credit in February, used to purchase petroleum products.

President Rajapaksa defended his government’s actions by stating that the foreign exchange crisis wasn’t his fault. The economic downturn was largely caused by pandemics, with the island nation’s tourism revenue declining and its inward remittances decreasing.

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