Thailand Pass Entry Travel Health Insurance
What is Thailand Pass?
Thailand Pass is travel health insurance which is required by the immigration department for visitors to Thailand, regardless of your visa type. The mandate requires you to have a minimum of $50,000 of coverage and a policy which covers COVID and related treatments.
Tune Protection Insurance
fully covered for COVID and related treatements
meets all visa requirements to enter Thailand
for up to 365 days
to choose from
for claims exceeding $1,000 USD
onnline doctor consultations
Starting at ฿2,276
How it Works
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, foreign tourists can buy Thailand Pass if you're already in Thailand if you don't have any other health insurance. However, the main purpose of this is to purchase Thailand Pass while you're abroad as you will need it to meet the visa entry requirements.
Yes, you're covered for COVID and related treatments. In addition to Thailand Pass there's also supplemental COVID only insurance.
No, pre-existing conditions are not covered. If you have any pre-existing conditions that need to be considered, please contact us: www.ten-pac.com/get-insurance-quotes
The minimum premium is 2,276 THB this is for trip 30 days or less. If you trip is less than 30 days, you'll be charged the same rate as 30 days.
$50,000 is the minimum coverage which is what Plan 1 Lite covers. The other plans are covered to $100,000 USD (THB equivalent)
No, Thailand Pass doesn't cover any pre-existing conditions so no medical history needs to be declared. The coverage is only for new conditions, injuries, and illnesses. If you need coverage for any pre-existing conditions, we recommend contacting Tenzing to discuss that with one of our health insurance experts.
It takes about 5 minutes to purchase Thailand Pass, which can be done online. You will get your digital certificate emailed to you within minutes of purchasing it.
There is direct billing for inpatient only on claims that are more than $1,000 USD. There is no direct billing for outpatient visits. For outpatient, you must pay and claim back the expenses. Reimburesements take 15 days.
Yes, you can extend your coverage if you extend your stay in Thailand
You can use your personal health insurance provided it meets the minimum requirements and you can produce a certificate which shows that.