Travel Insurance For Vietnam  - What To Take Note of

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Travel Insurance for Vietnam
As Vietnam slowly opens up its borders to tourists again, its lesser known islands and attractions that have been closed to the world for two years is now ready to accept its first travellers! 
Check if your country has any travel advisories in place for Vietnam. Do note the current requirements for residents in Vietnam such as mask wearing and social distancing in public areas.
All travellers need a visa to enter Vietnam, even for a short stay. Make sure you check the visa requirements of your country and apply for the correct type of visa before your trip. 
There are a wide range of accommodation options available in Vietnam, from luxury resorts to budget hotels. Do some research to find the right place for your needs and budget.
Make sure you are adequately covered by a travel insurance policy before your trip. Check the policy carefully to see what is and isn’t covered, so you can travel with a peace of mind.

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Vietnamese dong
Languages used:


(In tourist centers many Vietnamese will speak some English)

Driving side:

Right-hand side



Spring – March to May

Summer – June to August

Autumn – September to November

Winter – December to February

Plug Type:
Plug types A, B, and C
Visa Requirement:

You must have a valid passport and a visa (or pre-approval for a visa on arrival) to enter Vietnam.

Singaporeans can enter Vietnam without visa for up to 30 days. 

Your passport must be valid for six months beyond your planned stay, and you must have at least one blank visa page. For the latest information, visit the Embassy of Vietnam website for the most current information.

While Vietnam is relatively safe, there are still some scams that travellers should be aware of. The most common scam is the taxi scam, where the driver charges an exorbitant amount for a short ride. Be sure to only use reputable taxi companies and agree on the fare before getting into the car.

Traffic in Vietnam can be chaotic, and visitors should be cautious when crossing the street. Take heed from the locals and learn a tip of two about how they avoid oncoming motorbikes, tuk tuks and cars.

It maybe slightly overwhelming the first few times, but the key is staying confident. Start your road crossing with purpose and be quick on your feet. 

Vietnamese street food is world-renowned and definitely worth trying during your time in the country. However, it’s important to be cautious about consuming street food which can lead to food poisoning.

Try to visit stalls that look clean, and where the food is cooked fresh in front of you. If possible, avoid eating raw vegetables and fruits to ensure that any bacteria is safely removed through proper cooking.

Now that you are prepped with the necessary travel tips, you are ready to book your trip to Vietnam! 

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