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    I’m looking to purchase travel insurance for my wife who is now resident in Thailand. Would anyone recommend a company ? I did a quick google search and got a quote for a 1 week trip of 800 baht.

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    BUPA is the best that I found.

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    Definitely BUPA or secondly AXA or Aviva..but I am pretty sure it will have to be taken out in Thailand..so may mean going to Bangkok or Hua Hin or some other city..

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    Thank you both for your prompt replies.....already in Bangkok, so that shouldn’t be a problem.

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    I booked BUPA for my wife with BUPA Thailand online from the UK. An annual policy for her first year here was £80 back in 2016.

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    I used BUPA Thailand but went into their Hua Hin office..Axa were just as competitive but did not go beyond a 90 day visit..

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    Thank you tudorowen1 for your reply. I would generally buy travel insurance as a couple but 800 baht a a seven day trip appear expensive compared to the UK in my opinion.

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    Just back from a week in Laos tonight used AXA (online) was around 350 baht (or less) each, depending on what cover you want, also do for Schengen countries if needed, Thai residents.
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    Many Thanks Sisaket for your reply. Tried to book online last night with Axa but the limit on my wife’s ATM card is very low...once we have got that sorted l with try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tudorowen1 View Post
    I used BUPA Thailand but went into their Hua Hin office..Axa were just as competitive but did not go beyond a 90 day visit..
    Maybe they dropped the annual policy but I bought it for my wife back in February 2016.

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