Singapore is in second place the world’s most powerful passports for 2021
The Henley Passport Index, which periodically measures the world's most travel-friendly passports, has just released its latest report.
Singapore is in second place on the list
Singapore has retained its place as second place (with a score of 190) as the world’s most powerful passports for 2021.
Japan is top of the list and South Korea ties with Germany in third place (with a score of 189).
Asian citizens continue to have the world's most powerful travel documents.
A little further down the top 10, New Zealand is in the seventh position, with visa-free access to 185 destinations, while Australia is in eighth place, with access to 184 destinations.
The index doesn't take temporary restrictions into account, so Japan is once again top of the leaderboard, offering visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 191 destinations around the world.
|The best passports to hold in 2021|
|1. Japan (191 destinations)|
|2. Singapore (190)|
|3. South Korea, Germany (189)|
|4. Italy, Finland, Spain, Luxembourg (188)|
|5. Denmark, Austria (187)|
|6. Sweden, France, Portugal, Netherlands, Ireland (186)|
|7. Switzerland, United States, United Kingdom, Norway, Belgium, New Zealand (185)|
|8. Greece, Malta, Czech Republic, Australia (184)|
|9. Canada (183)|
|10. Hungary (181)|