The passport often consider as a entry to the world,but some passports are more powerful than their counterparts.That means some passport offers more freedom to travel than other.
A new report published by Henley Passport Index in February 2018, reveals just how many borders some travel documents can cross.
There are, it says, just two countries whose citizens enjoy visa-free access to a whopping 180 destinations around the world, and they're both in Asia.
Japan & Singapore are now the worlds most powerful passport and successfully knocked off Germany from the top position with its visa free access to 179 nations.
It's due in part to Uzbekistan lifting visa requirements for Japanese and Singaporean nationals in early February. Last year, Paraguay also removed visa requirements for Singaporean passport holders.
Henley Passport Index power ranking
1. Japan, Singapore: 180
2. Germany: 179
3. Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Sweden, Spain, South Korea: 178
4. Norway, United Kingdom, Austria, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal: 177
5. Switzerland, Ireland, United States, Canada: 176
6. Belgium, Australia, Greece: 174
7. New Zealand, Czech Republic, Malta: 173
8. Iceland: 172
9. Hungary: 171
10. Latvia: 170
81. India: 56
So which passports offer the least mobility?Last place on the updated Henley Passport Index list is Afghanistan, which has a score of 24, followed by Iraq (27), Syria (28), Pakistan (30) and Somalia (32).
You can access the report here, and check which country offers how much mobility to its citizens.