Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass” is special travel insurance designed for visitors who want to enter Thailand in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Thailand is reopening to visitors, but there are certain requirements that you need to meet to enter the country. One of the requirements is providing a health insurance policy with an insured amount of at least ฿3.5 million or US$100,000, which covers the outpatient and inpatient treatment of Covid-19 upon departure to Thailand.
Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass” helps you meet these requirements to enter Thailand, no matter if you’re on holiday, working, or coming back to see your family.
Whether you want to enter Thailand for a holiday, work, or to come home to your family, you are required to do several things to be able able to enter the county. While these requirements may seem like a hassle, they are necessary to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Here is a list of documents that you will need to present at the check-in counter and to the Department of Disease Control’s Representative upon arrival in Thailand.
(Please keep in mind the rules keep changing, so we suggest to confirm with your embassy as well)
Make sure your passport has two blank pages with 12 months validity. If you are required to obtain a visa, please ensure you have the correct visa type before applying for other requirements.
Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass” helps you meet the Covid-19 insurance required by the Thai Government. It covers you for a minimum of US$100,000 or ฿3.5 million.
You need to book your ASQ hotel and post-quarantine accommodation (where you’ll live during the period of your stay in Thailand) in advance as both are required for the application for Certificate of Entry.
Once you have your passport and visa ready, you can apply for a Certificate of Entry (COE). To apply for COE, you need a copy of a valid passport, a valid visa, Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass,” flight confirmation, and reservation confirmation of Alternative State Quarantine hotel.
A fit to fly doctor’s certificate and a Covid-19 negative test certificate both dated within 72 hours before departure is the last requirement. Once you have them, along with the other documents mentioned, you should be able to fly to Thailand with smooth entry.
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When I learned about the Covid-19 Insurance requirement to enter Thailand, I felt like it’s just another hassle since I already have travel and health insurance. However, the Thaiger made the process easy and quick. I purchased the Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass” online, and the steps are very simple. I also didn’t have to wait a long time to get the certification. Fortunately, I don’t need to use the insurance for other purposes besides to meet the Thai Government requirements, but it does make me feel safer during my trip.
Top tip: Choose the plan based on what you need and your budget. If you already have health and travel insurance, chances are you don’t need to buy the most expensive policy.
The Thaiger knows how lengthy and difficult a visa application can be. Therefore, we strive to eliminate the frustration of dealing with Government officials. We’ll make sure everything is simple and time-efficient, so you don’t have to waste your time and energy.
Besides Covid-19 Insurance, there are other requirements to be allowed entry to Thailand. But don’t worry, we got you. Here are some of the recommended services so you can enjoy the Land of Smiles more easily.
Don’t know where or how to find the right hotel for your Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ)? We have just the service for you. Read our tips to choose the best hotel for your ASQ, find a list of the recommended hotels, and book through our various ASQ packages.
The Certificate of Entry, or COE for short, is a mandatory official document confirming that you meet the entry requirements as set by the Thai government. Sit back, relax, and let us help you with the application.
Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass” covers you for Covid-19 and helps you enter Thailand during the pandemic. However, it covers only limited illnesses and accidents, and it will not cover you once you leave Thailand. Make sure you are protected wherever you are with our health insurance.
You can add additional coverages to your chosen Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass” plan for extra protections against unfortunate situations that may result from the Covid-19 pandemic.
If you have a pre-existing medical condition, and it got worse due to Covid-19, the medical expenses may not be covered by Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass.” Adding pre-existing medical conditions coverage to your plan can help cover the medical costs for your pre-existing medical condition should the unfortunate situation occur.
Dangerous activities, such as scuba diving or parasailing, is not covered by Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass.” Therefore, if you plan to do any dangerous activities or adventurous sports during your trip to Thailand, you should add coverage of hazardous activities to your plan.
Wants to have trip cancellation coverage, but don’t want to pay for comprehensive Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass” plan? You can add trip cancellation as extra coverage to your standard plan, so you don’t have to worry about your trip getting cancelled due to Covid-19.
Sometimes, personal reasons force you to change your plans. The name for this cover is self-explanatory: you will still be covered even if you need to cancel the trip without any specific reason. Maybe you suddenly feel scared of travelling, or perhaps you suddenly got invited to a wedding party, this cover gives you the widest flexibility. (This cover is different from Trip Cancellation cover, where you will only be covered for cancellation due to listed reasons).
Are you planning to enter to Thailand during the Covid-19 pandemic? Thailand is slowly but steadily reopening. However, there are some requirements that must be met in order for you to be allowed entry. These include a Government-approved Covid-19 Thai travel insurance policy, Certificate of Entry (COE), Covid-19 negative test, and fit to fly certificate.
Meeting these requirements can be a hassle. You need to deal with complex bureaucracy, make sure you choose the right insurance policy, and possibly wait a long time until all of your documents are ready. But don’t worry, we’re here to help make everything easier and faster with the Thailand Entry Package.
The period of insurance you need to buy depends on how long you intend to stay in Thailand, the type of visa you will apply for, and the requirements of the Thai Embassy in each country. For this specific case, please contact your local Thai Embassy/Consulate.
Yes, Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass” will cover the medical and necessary expenses of Covid-19, whether or not you experience symptoms.
The cost of Covid-19 test will be covered regardless of the result, with the condition that the test follows the guideline published by the Thai Ministry of Public Health and Medical Necessity.
You can cancel the policy and get a full refund if the Royal Thai Consulate/Embassy does not accept the Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass” we provide. Make sure to provide proof from the Embassy that states that Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass” is not acceptable.
This depends on the insurer. However, most Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass” is a single trip policy. Therefore, it is most likely that the policy will expire once you leave Thailand.
No, Travel Insurance “Thailand Pass” is intended for those who are outside of Thailand at the time of policy purchase.