Travel Insurance for Australia
Australia is a wild and beautiful place, filled with a melting pot of culture and adventure, where many visitors are attracted to the wild lands of the Outback, its rich rainforest and splendid animals such as kangaroos, Tasmanian devils, wombats, duck-billed platypus and dingos. Some major attractions include the incredible coral reefs in the Great Barrier Reef; one of the world’s most creative performing arts centres, the Sydney Opera House, and not forgetting Uluru (Ayers Rock), the most photographed natural wonder in Australia.
A useful tip to note is that the bargaining or haggling of prices we often enjoy in Malaysian marketplaces is not customary in Australia, and a tipping rate of about 10 per cent of the bill is expected in upmarket restaurants and hotels. Just like in Malaysia, the Australian sun can be very strong and could burn your skin very quickly, so be sun smart and apply sunscreen SPF30+ or higher. Since Australia can be an active place with lots of activities to enjoy if you wish, it’s a good idea to pack sensible shoes so that you can get involved without injury! Of course, also make sure you cover yourself with travel and health insurance for visitors to Australia to be able to fully enjoy being in the country without any worries.
Why do you need Travel Insurance for Australia?
There are so many ways to experience this vast country, and depending on your choice you will be planning very differently for your trip, from the clothes and footwear you buy to the type of suitcase or backpack you take. Travel insurance for a cruise in Australia is a must to cover a voyage by water and give you peace of mind, and for the more elderly among us, grab travel insurance for seniors to Australia for coverage specific to senior activities. Unless you have ample time to spend on long road trips, the best way to see and explore Australia is to city hop by flying, so you should consider a comprehensive coverage for travel to Australia by going to AIG website. In just a few clicks, you will be taken care of with AIG travel protection.
So if you encounter flight delays or perhaps a damaged camera in your luggage during air flight, you can be rest assured that we’ll ‘Jaga’ you by reimbursing the expenses and by ensuring that you won’t need to worry about these inconveniences.
Buy Travel Insurance for Australia with AIG
AIG travel insurance offers you complete travel insurance protection that lets you enjoy your trip to Australia without any distress. From as low as RM30, this minimal amount will get you covered for any emergencies such as delays, damages or loss of baggage caused by service providers.
Our benefits include:
Besides overseas emergency medical expenses, medical evacuation costs and personal accident coverage, AIG will provide cover if you are forced to cancel or cut short your trip for reasons covered under our policy. Any flight departure delays, baggage delays, baggage damage or loss, personal items damage or loss due to theft or negligence by service providers, AIG will cover for you.
Medical & Personal Accident Cover
Depending on the plan and product purchased, AIG will cover up to unlimited medical expenses and up to RM 500,000 for personal accidents in Australia. Our travel assistance team is on call by phone 24/7 to assist you in any emergency situation, ensuring that you receive appropriate medical care in Australia.
Trip Cancellation Cover
AIG will reimburse you for non-refundable expenses incurred if your trip to Australia is cancelled due to specific events, within 60 days before your departure date.
If natural disasters occur in Australia such as fires, heatwaves, floods or cyclones, AIG will pay for expenses caused by these travel inconveniences.
If you experience travel inconveniences such as delays, loss or damage to your personal belongings, including your checked-in baggage, you will be covered by AIG.
AIG Global Assistance Service
Our 24-hour Emergency Assistance Team delivers fast and efficient aid if you are injured during an accident or if you are ill, requiring hospitalization in Australia.