Full details of the terms, conditions and exclusions of this insurance are provided for in the International Policy Wording.
Full details of the terms, conditions and exclusions of this insurance are provided for in the Domestic Policy Wording.
Full details of the terms, conditions and exclusions of this insurance are provided for in the Schengen Policy Wording.
Holidays are all about quality family time, but that's not to say that travelling with young children isn't exhausting.Read More
Are you born between 1982 to 1994? If you are, then you are a Gen Y-er. Generation Y (Gen Y) travellers have a unique profile, and this often affects the way you travel and the stuff that excites you.Read More
Some people make travelling look easy. But there’s more to it than luck. What is it that smart travellers do differently?Read More
The key to staying safe overseas is often in the preparation – if you follow these safety tips and prepare ahead of your trip, then a happy trip should come naturally.Read More
The internet may have made it faster and easier to book travel, but that doesn’t mean you should snap up the first offer you see. Prices can vary depending on when and how you book, and sometimes the cheapest option may not be the best for you. What do smart travellers do differently?Read More
Travelling can be an expensive proposition. After budgeting for flights, hotels and money for shopping, purchasing a travel insurance can seem like the lowest priority.Read More
If you plan to travel frequently in the next 12 months, you should consider purchasing an annual travel insurance plan. Besides cost saving, it saves you the hassle of buying an individual plantravel insurance plan every time you travel.Read More
The Chubb Travel Survey conducted in October 2014 found that 39% of 525 respondents fell ill while on holidays. And, Chubb top travel insurance claim was medical expenses.Read More
Technology has made a huge difference to the way we travel. Thirty years ago travelling abroad was a life-changing experience. Fast-forward three decades and, with the aid of technology, so much has changed. Mobile phones are light and easy to carry.Read More
Passport, sun cream, toothbrush: there are items that none of us would dream of travelling without. But there’s one that’s just as indispensable, yet completely underrated. We mean, of course, the humble sarong.Read More
Few people would dispute that international travel is a lot of fun, but there is a downside: jet lag. Sadly there is no cure (at least not yet) but there are plenty of things smart travellers can do to make crossing time zones easier. Follow our 10-step guide.Read More
How many times have you returned from your holiday only to realise you have bought something impulsively? A quick poll showed here are 10 things that holiday-makers should really stop buying on their next holiday.Read More
Holidays are not just about checking a new country off the list. They are about experiencing a new culture. And as this typically includes tucking into the local cuisine and wine, staying fit and trim while on holiday is a challenge.Read More
Taking selfies and putting them up on Instagram or Facebook on your holidays are the norm these days. However, holidays can be hectic. Throw in time zone changes and jet lag, very soon, you won’t look beautiful for the cameras anymore when dry skin, frizzy hair and chapped lips start appearing.Read More
Add a different dimension to your travel when you are able to make a meaningful contribution to the local community. Giving back is so easy and enables you to travel smarter as you are spending on the “kind” stuff. Visit a charity-operated café, have your nails done at a spa funded by a Non-Government Organisation (NGO) or attend a circus performance produced by the street kids. A good place to start and close to home? The Kingdom of Cambodia, one of the poorest countries in Asia.Read More
If you have only one day in London and it is your first visit, what are the sights that you should not miss? Here’s a route I took on a cold November day warmly attired to beat the cold wind. Bring along a map from the hotel and a water bottle, and your wallet, of course. Remember to leave your travel documents securely locked up in a hotel safe as you won’t want to waste time searching high and low for them if they are misplaced!Read More
Seven long weekends in 2015! For those planning on short getaways, this is the year. If you do not mind paying more during peak travel periods, they are great opportunities to get away for a re-charge. For smart travellers who also wish to avoid the crowds, you may wish to try out these nearby destinations based on your interests:Read More
With falling oil prices come good exchange rates, some destinations have become really affordable and they are simply too good to miss. Here are two destinations that give you a bigger bang for your buck, so what are you waiting for?Read More
Airports these days offer so much more than just shopping and food. From giant slides to miniature terminals, not to mention priceless works of art, here’s our rundown on eight of the world’s most unusual airport terminals.Read More
International travel can be a lot of fun. It lets you see new places, meet new people and experience new cultures. But that’s not to say that holidaying abroad is stress free. We conducted a survey of Indoneisian and uncovered the top three travel mishaps. Here’s how to beat them.Read More
What is TOS and how does it help you in your claims? Learn more about claims in this Q&A session.Read More