Stunning Singapore, a cosmopolitan city that became independent from the British in 1965, is now one of the world’s leading economic centers in shipping and banking. There is so much to do across the Malaysian border, from incredibly beautiful beaches to a world-class zoo. This is the year to visit the “Lion City” with its roaring state of the art accommodation, culinary creations and vibrant nightlife, proving that it is so much more than a financial center. The island city is home to the triple tower luxury hotel called Marina Bay Sands. This famous hotel has everything from its own museum to high-end shopping, plus 60 different restaurants to enjoy! The pool in Marina Bay Sands’ however is the crown jewel, the size of three Olympic swimming pools, it is the longest elevated infinity pool in the world.
Much like Malaysia, Singapore’s diverse population offers everyone a chance to experience not one but many different cultures. Temples, mosques and churches, are often located near each other, and the merging of religions and cultures is evident throughout the city's food, music and language. At the Maxwell Food Centre, you will discover a plethora of different cuisines all under one roof. Similar to how Malaysians speak ‘Manglish’, Singaporeans share a common language called Singlish, which is a slang consisting of English, Malay, Hokkien, Teochew, Cantonese and Tamil words.
In Singapore, you can easily travel everywhere via public transport; just get a Singapore Tourist Pass for 10 SGD and enjoy unlimited rides on a number of buses and trains. A great place to sample food is on Smith Street, where you can savor delicious meals and local snacks for less than 6 SGD. Other options for great food are Little India and China Town. Also note that you don’t need to buy bottled water when you’re in Singapore because tap water is perfectly fine to drink. Another great way to see the city is by taking free walking tours; companies like Singapore Footprints offer free tours around the city so you can explore and learn about the culture, history and architecture of Singapore. While you’re there, you must visit the Singapore Zoo, as it is one of the best in the world. Undoubtedly one of Singapore’s top attractions, it spans 70 acres and has over 3,600 mammals, birds and reptiles. The entrance fee costs 71 SGD, which includes the awesome night safari. If you love music, the Singapore Symphony Orchestra hosts various free concerts at different venues all around the country, just check their website for details.
Procure a comprehensive travel insurance plan from AIG so that all your concerns can be thoroughly addressed. Fly to beautiful Singapore and back with peace of mind, as AIG will take care of you 24/7 through any misfortune that may befall you. Worry no more about falling sick, losing luggage or encountering any flight delays and more. We know you are busy so we have taken steps to ensure that the process of obtaining travel insurance for visitors to Singapore is as easy as it can be.
AIG offers a complete all-in-one coverage from as low as RM30. It will take mere minutes to buy travel insurance online for Singapore and have peace of mind through your travels. For reasons that are covered by our policy, all costs will be effortlessly reimbursed so you can explore Singapore, worry-free. We want to “Jaga” you as you have fun and we assure you that we will be there for you every step of the way, through any unforeseen circumstance. Enjoy your spectacular Singaporean get-away because we have got you covered.
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.
AIG will reimburse you for non-refundable expenses incurred if your trip to Singapore is cancelled due to specific events, within 60 days before your departure date.
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.
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 Singapore. 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 Singapore.
If natural disasters occur in Singapore such as floods and forest fires, AIG will pay for expenses caused by these travel inconveniences.
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 Singapore.
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