Best Visa FREE Countries For Indians In 2020

14 Mar 2020
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Forget even visa on arrival, here are 100% visa FREE countries for Indians!

Once upon a time, planning an international holiday meant restlessly waiting for your visa, standing in never-ending queues, or much worse worrying about expenses. But today, if you have an Indian passport, you can breathe a sigh of relief. We have got you not just super affordable and stunning, but also completely visa free countries for Indians!
[Tip Do check with the visa office before making any bookings in case of last minute changes.]


As if the world-famous Bali wasn’t inviting enough, there’s another reason you should be booking your holiday to Indonesia right away!
Indian tourists can now stay up to 30 days without a visa. (That’s right!) All you have to do is show a valid passport, with enough space for a stamp. And, at the immigration counter, you’ll be granted a Visa Exemption Stamp, which is totally free of cost.


The Mauritian visa office has announced zero visa requirements for Indian citizens. This means, as long as you have an original passport valid for the next six months, you can take a trip to Mauritius anytime without applying for a visa. [Tip Carry two passport size photographs and proof of stay to show at the airport.]


Macau welcomes Indian travellers without a visa for up to 30 days. This means, you won’t be spending even a single penny on visa. [Tip If you have a transit flight, check with your airlines if the transit destination would require a separate visa.]


Malaysia has suspended visa requirements for Indian citizens till December 2020. You can enjoy free visa travel for a maximum of 15 days. All you have to do is register on the Electronic Travel Registration and Information System [eNTRI] either yourself or through a travel agency. [Note It is mandatory to take a direct flight back to India or any other country that you may be visiting].


Nepal too is one of the most popular visa free countries for Indians. While you simply need to show a valid passport, do note that it cannot be replaced with an Aadhar Card. In some cases, however, tourists between the age of 15 and 18 may be permitted to travel to Nepal with Identity Certificates granted to them by their schools. [Tip Always check with the visa office for your eligibility.]


An all-time favourite, Thailand has recently made visa on arrival free for Indian passport holders till April 2020. This essentially means while you still have to obtain a visa-on-arrival, the good news is — you won’t be charged for it. So, you end up saving anything between 2,500 and 12,000 INR.