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Ranked : Most Powerful Passports in Southeast Asia 2017
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Ranked : Most Powerful Passports in Southeast Asia 2017

Developed by Arton Capital, a leading global advisory for residence and citizenship solutions, the Passport Index has become the most popular interactive online tool to display, sort and rank the world’s passports.

Latest, Singapore became the single most powerful passport in the world, thanks to a little help from Paraguay.

Singapore obtained a visa-free score of 159 in the latest rankings released on Wednesday (Oct 25), while Germany achieved a visa-free score of 158, according to the index.

What about other countries in the Southeast Asia? Seasia gathers here for you, the latest and the previous rankings as follows:

SINGAPORE

The most powerful passport according to 2017 ranking | AsiaOne
The most powerful passport according to 2017 ranking | AsiaOne

2017 Ranking: #1 (Score: 159)

Previous Ranking: #5 (Score: 173)

MALAYSIA

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2017 Ranking: #6 (Score: 154)

Previous Ranking: #12 (Score: 164)

BRUNEI

2017 Ranking: #21 (Score: 135)

Previous Ranking: #23 (Score: 151)

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THAILAND

2017 Ranking: #55 (Score: 72)

Previous Ranking: #67 (Score: 71)

Source Image: Getty Images
Source Image: Getty Images

INDONESIA

2017 Ranking: #64 (Score: 63)

Previous Ranking: #79 (Score: 58)

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PHILIPPINES

2017 Ranking: #66 (Score: 61)

Previous Ranking: #76 (Score: 61)

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CAMBODIA

2017 Ranking: #77 (Score: 49)

Previous Ranking: #87 (Score: 50)

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VIETNAM

2017 Ranking: #78 (Score: 48)

Previous Ranking: #90 (Score: 47)

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LAOS

2017 Ranking: #80 (Score: 46)

Previous Ranking: #90 (Score: 47)

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MYANMAR

2017 Ranking: #84 (Score: 41)

Previous Ranking: #95 (Score: 42)

Source Image: Myanmar Business Today
Source Image: Myanmar Business Today


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