Cigna Insurance, in collaboration with Tourism Authority of Thailand, introduces travel insurance for inbound travelers


Cigna, one of the leading online international travel insurance policy providers, has introduced a worry-free travel insurance plan for tourists as Thailand begins opening its border to foreign travelers. Under new regulations, all visitors to Thailand need a COVID-19 insurance policy with an insured amount of at least USD 100,000.

Teeravuth Suthanaseriporn, Chief Executive Officer, Cigna Insurance Plc. said: “We are delighted be part of this government initiative to stimulate domestic tourism while also providing peace of mind to foreign tourists who will visit Thailand. We all need to play our part in Thailand’s economic recovery and being able to welcome tourists back safely will help support the tourism industry and also many connected businesses, helping the community as a whole.”

Cigna’s plan provides coverage required by the government to cover treatment of COVID-19 and can also be used to claim up to the same limit for medical treatment for other illnesses, including accidents, with a limit of 3.5 million baht. Policyholders can receive treatment at more than 450 Cigna Network Hospitals nationwide, including, Samitivej Hospital, BNH Hospital, Bumrungrad Hospital, Bangkok Hospital, Rama 9 Hospital in Bangkok, and over 200 hospitals around the country, simply by visiting the hospital and showing their Cigna E-Card Card and passport to hospital staff.

Customers can visit to choose the length of coverage according to their visit, with 30 day, 60 day and 90 day packages available. Payment can be made by credit card and customers will receive a certified document to enter Thailand by email within one hour.

For more details about Cigna travel insurance for foreign travelers to Thailand, visit the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s campaign site here​ For more information, call 1758 or 02-853-0000 or send an email to, Monday to Friday, 08:00-20:00, Saturday to Sunday, 08:30-17:30 (except public holidays).