Travel Insurance

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Overseas Medical Expenses (up to $1,000,000)
Travel Delay (up to $800)
Loss of Personal Effects (up to $5,000)
Cancelled Trip (up to $15,000)

Key Benefits


Overseas Medical Expenses (up to $2,600,000)
Travel Delay (up to $3,000)
Loss of Personal Effects (up to $15,000)
Cancelled Trip (up to $37,500)

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Overseas Medical Expenses (up to $1,500,000)
Travel Delay (up to $1,000)
Loss of Personal Effects (up to $8,000)
Cancelled Trip (up to $20,000)

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Overseas Medical Expenses (up to $1,200,000)
Travel Delay (up to $2,000)
Loss of Personal Effects ($16,000)
Cancelled Trip (up to $25,000)

Key Benefits


Overseas Medical Expenses (up to $1,500,000)
Travel Delay (up to $1,000)
Loss of Personal Effects (up to $8,000)
Cancelled Trip (up to $20,000)

Key Benefits


Overseas Medical Expenses (up to $2,000,000)
Travel Delay (up to $2,000)
Loss of Personal Effects (up to $8,000)
Cancelled Trip (up to $20,000)

Key Benefits


Overseas Medical Expenses (up to $500,000)
Travel Delay (up to $1,000)
Loss of Personal Effects (up to $7,000)
Cancelled Trip (up to $12,000)

Key Benefits


Overseas Medical Expenses (up to $800,000)
Travel Delay (up to $2,000)
Loss of Personal Effects (up to $8,000)
Cancelled Trip (up to $20,000)

You Have Questions,
We Have Answers.

Insurance is complicated. We want you to be covered and feel secure, without paying for more than you’ll need.

Why is Travel Insurance important?

By purchasing a travel insurance, you will be protecting yourself against the risk of unforeseeable events such as stolen luggage, cancellation cover (should you not be able to travel due to unexpected medical reasons) and most importantly, medical fees abroad.

What are some of the basic coverage for Travel Insurance?

The most common ones are medical expenses (both overseas and in Singapore post trip) , accidental death and permanent total disability, trip cancellation and delay.

What other clauses should I look out for?

The activities that you will be taking part overseas will help you in choosing the right policy to buy. For example, if your trip includes sky diving or river-rafting, do look out for the "Sports / Adventure Activity Cover" as not all policies cover such activities.
Another common clause that many often overlook is the "Rental Vehicle Excess" which protects you against any excess charges you may incur in the event your hire car is damaged or stolen.


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