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I have read everywhere that you can stay up to 21 days if you present a return ticket to your home country (the US for me). In the days of electronic tickets, what do Filipino officials accept? Can someone tell me from experience?
Do you also need to present proof of some kind of hotel reservation?
Please tell me, I need to find out soon.
I don't see why it would matter if the onward ticket is electronic or not, just as long as you have one. On the U.S. DoS site, it just says you need the onward or return ticket to get the 21 day tourist visa. So only the ticket and passport required. I've never heard of needing a hotel reservation also.
I'll be going there myself soon for the first time, so this is only according to what I've researched online.
Actually the tourist visa recently expanded to 30 days.
No you certainly don't need proof of your hotel reservation. Overall it's a pretty easy process. I wouldn't worry too much.