Travel Insurance For Thailand  - What To Take Note of

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Travel Insurance for Tahiland

In Thailand, renting a motorbike is easy.
However, many tourists are unaware of the dangers that come with riding in Thailand.

The best way to stay safe is to purchase a travel insurance policy that includes motorbike rental coverage. This will protect you in case of an accident, and will also cover any damages that you may cause to the bike.

If you want to ride, make sure your travel insurance covers motorcycles and scooters. It is critical to get coverage for the following items:

•Medical coverage for treatment at the hospital

•Emergency evacuation to more suitable medical facility if needed

•Car rental or bike rental coverage

If you want to hire a car or bike, be sure to check the licensing and local rules in the nation you're visiting.

Thailand is one of the safest countries in which to visit, but there is always the possibility of becoming a victim of theft.

Keep a copy of your receipts on hand in case your valuables are stolen as you would need proof of ownership for any claims.

It is critical that you keep your valuables safe at all times. Make copies of all critical papers, such as your passport, ID, travel insurance, receipts, vouchers, addresses, transportation tickets, and so on. Keep the originals separate from the copies to provide proof of purchase in the event that the originals go missing.

Exercise caution in areas with a lot of people and on public transportation; if you are on an overnight train or bus, securing your luggage to the luggage rack is always a smart idea.

Thailand has a lot of great food to try, but the way it is prepared and hygiene level varies. One of the most frequent health problems seen by tourists to Thailand is related to gastronomical issues.

Having access to a 24/7 Emergency Assistance staff is helpful - especially in Thailand's rural areas where access to medical care may be limited. Having coverage for emergency evacuation is also useful especially in the event that your health condition becomes critical.

Hospitals in Thailand (particularly near Bangkok or Phuket) are able to provide you with adequate care.

Southeast Asia trips often include adventures like: Scuba diving, Hiking, etc.

If you plan on doing any adventurous activities, make sure your travel insurance covers you for these. You might also want to check if the company running the activity is reputable.

Before you go, check with your doctor about getting the proper vaccinations and also speak to them about what preventative measures you can take to protect yourself while you’re enjoying these activities.

To find out more about what you need to prepare before travelling to Thailand, you can read our simple guide here.

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Driving side:

Left-hand side



Spring – March to May

Summer – June to August

Autumn – September to November

Winter – December to February

Plug Type:
Plug types A, B, C, F and O
Visa Requirement:
If you are from a country in the exempted list do not need a Visa to stay in country for 30 days –according to the Royal Thai Embassy.

For one-off trips

Single trip plan is suitable for an occasional traveller or those who are looking for a short getaway

From S$ 17.50

For family trips

Family plan provides cover for you and the members of your family who travel with you on your journey (maximum of 2 adults)

From S$ 37.50

For frequent travellers

Cover for every trip in entire year (max 90 days per trip). More practical and hassle-free for those who are planning for more than 3 trips a year.

From S$ 168

For 24/7 Emergency Assistance during your trip

Please call +65 6995 1118

For claims enquiries

Call: +65 6327 2215

Mon – Fri, 9:00 - 17:30 Singapore Time


For customer service

call: +65 6327 2210 

Mon – Fri, 9:00 - 17:30 Singapore Time