Singapore was followed by Germany as the report says citizens from the country can visit 158 countries without a visa.
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The U.S. was ranked in a sixth tier of passport strength, along with Malaysia, Ireland and Canada. For instance, Singapore passport holders don't need visas for China, Cuba and Brazil.
"This is a testament of Singapore's inclusive diplomatic relations and effective foreign policy", Phillipe May, managing director of Arton Capital's Singapore office, said in a statement.
The 2017 Global Passport Power Rank, produced by advisory firm Arton Capital, ranks all of the passports of the world by their "total visa-free score".
However, progress has stopped - while the number of countries has stayed the same, the United States is now humiliatingly behind other nations. This was the first time that an Asian country has topped the global ranking.
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India's passport entitles holder to visa-free travel to 51 countries. Beneath Pakistan is the country last on the list-Afghanistan placed at number 94. "More and more people every year invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in a second passport to offer better opportunity and security for their families". Americans now trails 18 countries on the list, including Belgium, Japan, Sweden, and first-place Singapore. It has visa-free access to 176 countries out of a possible 218, according to the index.
In fact, the United Kingdom passport is only joint-fourth - along with Denmark, Finland, Italy, France, Spain, Norway and Japan.