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20-05-12, 08:24 PM #1New Member
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can anyone recommend a suitable option for health insurance for living in Thailand, is it best to sort something before we head out with a uk company or is there options in Thailand?
it would be for myself and my daughter (6months) as my wife is covered by the school.
hope this is the right place to ask topic wise
20-05-12, 09:30 PM #2
Hi, I work as teacher and live in Samut Prakan and there are plenty of options for health insurance in Thailand. I once wrote about a car wax I bought in Tesco and thought I'd recommend to others, but everyone thought I was selling it! I won't therefore name insurance companies in case anyone suspects me of being an insurance rep this time, but your first port of call should be your wife's school - ask HR whether you and your daughter can be covered on her policy, or added for an extra fee. If not, the school will certainly get a rep from whichever company they use to come and try to sell you their policy.
It's meaningless to quote premiums, it's up to you to get quotes and compare the table of benefits thoroughly. If you are looking for basic coverage, the established ELF website ajarn.com has a health insurance 'service' with one premium price for everyone regardless of age, again see what the benefits are first.
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21-05-12, 07:38 PM #3
21-05-12, 11:22 PM #4
They have bupa in thailand http://www.bupa.co.th/en/individuals...nce/index.aspx and i don't work for them .
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