As the fifth-largest group medical insurer in Singapore, FWD offers a myriad of life and general insurance products for individuals and businesses. Some options for insurance policies include travel, cancer, personal accidents, endowment, term life, HDB fires, and direct term life plans.
FWD Insurance sits under FWD Group, and Pacific Century Group (PCG) at large. Collectively, FWD Group has served over a million consumers across eight markets - including Singapore, Hong Kong, Macau, Thailand, Japan, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines.
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It can be a little overwhelming choosing the right plan for yourself, particularly with the wealth of options in the market.
FWD offers several types of travel insurance options - and each covers the basics such as missing baggage or an unforeseen flight delays. You'll find plans for everyone, including:
Here's an overview of what's covered under FWD Travel Insurance, and the corresponding add-on options to suit your needs.
FWD Travel Insurance offers 3 different tiers of insurance coverage - Premium, Business and First. As with all travel insurance plans, your premium is pegged to your chosen plan, destination and length of stay.
Here's a look at some highlights per category.
What You'll Get
Plan Type: Premium
Plan Type: Business
Plan Type: First
Overseas Medical Expenses (Per adult; under 70 years old only)
Liability for Harm or Damage You Accidentally Cause
Baggage Delay ($150 for every six hours of delay while overseas; $150 after six hours of delay in Singapore)
Emergency Phone Charges
Death or Permanent Disability Caused by Overseas Accident (per pax)
$40,0000 to $200,000 (capped at $500,000 for family plans)
$60,0000 to $300,000 (capped at $750,000 for family plans)
$80,0000 to $400,000 (capped at $1,000,000 for family plans)
FWD Travel Insurance Highlights
A Single Trip Plan covers you for up to 180 days overseas; conversely, an Annual Travel Plan offers year-round coverage.
Note, however, that each trip under the Annual Travel Plan cannot exceed 90 days at a time.
To be more cost-efficient, you might want to first consider estimating how many holidays you intend to take throughout the year - and the length of each trip.