Introducing / online Travel insurance to Thailand (USD 100,000 Covid 19 Coverage)

Introducing / online Travel insurance to Thailand (USD 100,000 Covid 19 Coverage)

TourismThailand, 25 Mar 2021
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As Thailand slowly opens to visitors, the Thai government has implemented a new policy for all foreign Travelers. The policy specifies that Inbound travelers must provide a COVID-19 insurance policy with an insured amount of at least 100,000 USD when applying for Certificate of Enter (COE) to Thailand.  

In response to this requirement, is the website to provide Travelers’ with access to travel insurance to both meet the needs of the Thai Government and Inbound travellers’ alike. The web portal will provide travelers’ with access to live quotes and comparisons from leading international insurers : Tune Protect Thailand, Cigna, Chubb and AXA, which provide online quotes, comparisons and the ability to purchase a suitable plan, all on line in one go. 

Plans can be purchased online using credit card and once payment is completed a compliant certificate of coverage will be sent via email allowing the Traveler to apply for visa’s and enter the Kingdom of Thailand.

Tune Protect Thailand 

Entering to Thailand with Tune iPass -Inbound Travel Insurance! 

Tune Protect Thailand is recently ranked as No.1 Travel insurance**, trusted and recommended as insurance of choice. Now, you can enter to Thailand with a full confidence, choose the travel insurance plans designed to meet the health insurance requirements for visitors who want to visit or travel in Thailand during the COVID-19 pandemic. It literally fits for current situation as it would take care of both travel accident, medical expense and guarantee with COVID-19 certificate to apply for Thai VISA.  

Highlights of Coverage* 
• Cover up to 3.5 MB (equivalent to at least 100,000 USD) 
• Choice of period from 30, 90, 180 and up to 365 days 
• COVID-19 Covered 
• Certificate of Entry (CoE) Provided 
• Satisfy Thai Immigration Requirement 
• Coverage starts immediately upon arrival in Thailand 
premium starts from 3,500 THB* 

Easy and fast application 
• Easy to apply via online channel and able to receive insurance certificate within 5 minutes.

Cigna Insurance   

Cigna is a global health service company with roots in the US, serving more than 180 million customers and patients throughout the world.  We deliver quality health care through choice, predictability, affordability and through integrated capabilities and connected, personalised solutions that advance whole person health. 

Cigna’s now offering Inbound Travel insurance for foreign tourists coming to Thailan. The plan provides coverage required by the government, covers treatment of COVID-19, and can be used to claim up to the same limit for medical treatment for other illnesses, including an accident with a limit of 3.5 million baht. The insurance premium price varies, depending on the country of origin. Customers can choose the number of travel days from 30 days, 60 days, and 90 days. Tourists can purchase the policy by credit card. After the transaction is completed, a certified document for entering Thailand will be sent via email within one hour. 

Policyholders can receive treatment at more than 70 Cigna Network Hospitals in Bangkok, including, Samitivej Hospital, BNH Hospital, Bumrungrad Hospital, Bangkok Hospital, Rama 9 Hospital, and at over 200 hospitals nationwide without reservation. Simply show the Cigna E-Card Card and Passport


“AXA Sawasdee Thailand” Offers Worry-free Travel to Thailand AXA Thailand General Insurance is offering “Sawasdee Thailand”, a comprehensive travel insurance that includes health coverage for foreigners traveling to Thailand, offering up to 3.5-million-baht of medical expense including COVID-19 which meets the Thai government’s strict insurance requirements for Certificate of Entry (COE). The coverage starts immediately after clearing immigration in Thailand and includes the 14-day quarantine period. AXA Sawasdee Thailand is tailor-made to make travel preparations seamless and the Trip worry-free. The policy has no waiting period and no deductible with a 24-hour hotline service. Cashless service is available if the customer is admitted as inpatient in AXA network hospital throughout Thailand. AXA Sawasdee Thailand is available for 30, 60, 90, 180, 270 and 365 days. 


Chubb is the world's largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company. With operations in 54 countries and territories, Chubb provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident and supplemental health insurance, reinsurance and life insurance to a diverse Group of clients.  

In Thailand, Chubb Samaggi Insurance Public Company Limited (“Chubb Samaggi’) provides a comprehensive range of insurance solutions for individuals, families and businesses, both large and small.  

As a key player in the Local general insurance market, its product offerings include Accident & Health, Fire and Property, Motor and Specialty insurance products for retail clients. In addition, Chubb Samaggi provides Property, Casualty, Construction, Marine and Financial Lines insurance for corporate clients. 

Chubb introduces Covid 19 Insurance for Travelers with product highlight: 
1. Non-Thai entering Thailand, excluding those in sanctioned countries 
2. Age1-99 years upon policy effective date 
3. Coverage starts when the insured arrives in Thailand with legally registered through immigration 
4. Coverage ends as specified in the policy schedule or when the insured leaves Thailand 
5. Coverage territory in Thailand 
6. Pre-existing condition is excluded 
7. No waiting period 

*Terms and conditions of underwriting are subject to and/or as specified by the Company. The Insured should fully study and understand those terms and conditions before insurance purchase. 

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