Travel Insurance for Thailand

Thailand is a fantastic travel experience - with tropical white sand beaches, delicious food, bustling markets, gleaming temples, and a diverse history and culture.

Where.

When.

Who.

Your children go free
This means your dependent children or grandchildren under the age of 21 at the date of policy issue who are travelling with you.

We take care of the what ifs...

Ah, travel. We're all about that feeling of freedom. That's why we're all about covering the random stuff that can go wrong. So you can be all about the fun.

What if I get injured?

We've got you covered for Overseas Medical Expenses, including hospitals, ambulance, doctors and evacuation.

What if I lose my stuff?

We've got you covered for luggage items at up to $700 per item and you can add extra cover for your fancy stuff.

What if my flight is cancelled?

We've got you covered for Additional Expenses due to bad weather, natural disaster, riot, hijacking, strike or civil commotion.

What else is covered?

This is a brief summary only, for full terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions please read the PDS.


Quick destination guide

Visas

Australian tourists can stay for up to 30 days without getting a visa if they travel via one of Thailand's international airports or for up to 15 days if coming through a border crossing. If you're intending to stay longer or for purposes other than a holiday then you'll need to apply for a visa. Learn More

When to go

November to February is cooler and normally the best time to visit but also the busiest season. March to May is much warmer and July to October is the rainy season and should be avoided if possible. The seasons are consistent throughout the country except the southern part which does not have a winter.

Health

Dengue Fever can occur in Thailand and is more prominent from May to September during the rainy season. There is no cure so take precautions such as carrying insect repellent (with 30% DEET) and wear long-sleeved and legged clothing. Malaria is prevalent in rural areas, especially on the borders of Cambodia, Laos, and Burma. Learn More

Packing List

Pack a rain jacket for the occasional shower and a pair of sandals that can be easily slipped on and off especially useful when visiting temples. To prevent mosquito bites don't forget your insect repellent! Learn More
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