Travel Insurance for Thailand
Known as the Land of Smiles, Thailand is a country ripe with an assortment of lavish royal palaces, traditional farming villages, ancient temples and ruins, peppered with spectacular coastlines, beaches and lagoons. The religious or the divine can join meditation retreats in Chiang Mai, cave shrines in Kanchanaburi and Phetchaburi; while the adventurous can surf at Bang Saphan Yai, dive with whale sharks in Ko Tao, kiteboard in Hua Hin or scale Krabi’s sea cliffs. For those taking it nice and slow, recharge at health resorts in Koh Samui or just fill your hungry tummy feasting on Bangkok’s noodle shacks or seafood pavilions in Phuket.
Thailand is similar to Malaysia in many ways so you shouldn’t need to purchase many new things for your trip. For example sensible slip-on and comfortable footwear such as flip flops are ideal as shoes here are taken off before entering homes, temples and many shops. Sunscreen is a must if you’re exposed in the sun for long hours and for foodies, you’ll be happy to know that food is cheap here, so you can indulge in local delicacies without spending a fortune. With something for everyone, it’s no wonder Thailand remains at the top of many travelers lists, however with so many choices to make, travel insurance for Thailand can be easily forgotten. Here’s our guide to tick it off now so you can focus on the more enjoyable elements of planning your trip.
Why do you need Travel Insurance to Thailand?
Whatever your itinerary may be, do ensure that you get travel insurance to Thailand with AIG. We provide comprehensive coverage and if you’re wondering how much it costs, you’ll be pleasantly surprised that you can safeguard yourself from as little as RM30. You can always check AIG travel insurance for Thailand online for a quick quote and fast purchase within a few minutes.
Once you’re covered with AIG travel insurance, there’s no need to worry if you fall sick, encounter flight departure delays, any damage or loss to your luggage or personal belongings caused by theft or carelessness by service providers. 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 Thailand with AIG
When you purchase AIG travel insurance, from as low as RM26, you’ll get a comprehensive all-in-one coverage that includes medical benefits. You’ll be able to purchase your coverage within minutes and there will be no more worries, even if you are forced to cancel or cut short your trip for reasons covered under our policy. All costs incurred will be covered and reimbursed to you seamlessly for your convenience.
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 Thailand. 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 Thailand.
Trip Cancellation Cover
AIG will reimburse you for non-refundable expenses incurred if your trip is cancelled due to specific events, within 60 days before your departure date.
If natural disasters occur in Thailand such as floods or earthquakes, 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 Thailand.