Japan

Japan

The latest Henley passport Index has revealed that Singapore is no longer the country with the most powerful passport in the world. Japan has overtaken Singapore on the index with visa-on-arrival or visa-free access to a record-breaking 189 countries. Earlier, Japan and Singapore were tied at first place with 188 countries. Now, Japan holds first place while Singapore is tied with Germany at second place, as both can access 188 countries visa-free or with visa-on-arrival. ALSO SEE 20 beautiful countries that issue visa on arrival to Indian citizens Also Read - Despite 42 Covid-19 Deaths in the Country, Japanese Defy Social Distancing to Admire Cherry Blossoms



The third place is held by six countries – South Korea, Finland, France, Italy, Spain, and Sweden. The Henley Passport Index is based on exclusive data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA). You can check out the entire passport index here. Also Read - Singapore to Restrict Short-Term Visitors as 39 Imported COVID-19 Cases Reported

Singapore

Singapore



Both Singapore and Japan are themselves extremely exciting destinations to visit. While Singapore is popular for its cleanliness, architecture, and vibrant nightlife, Japan draws tourists on account of its food, culture, monasteries and people. However, people holding passports of these countries as more lucky than the rest of the world as they can only explore the best of their own land, but also the most of the rest of the world. Also Read - Twitter Advices Its 5000 Global Employees to Work from Home Amid Coronavirus Fears