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    4get abt "auntie lucy" if u are claiming
    lots of documents proof needed

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    Quote Originally Posted by SurrealDreamWalker View Post
    Hopefully they will cover my gears - 1 DSLR and 2 Pro-DSLRs..

    "Section 23. Personal Baggage including Laptop Computer: Cover loss or damage to baggage, clothing, personal effects, laptop computer (maximum S$500 for any one article or pair or set of articles. Maximum for laptop computer is S$1000)."
    Seems like we should not bring so much overseas then..
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    Default Re: Insurance for travel

    Does most insurance cover trips to Nepal for trekking?

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    Default Re: Insurance for travel

    Quote Originally Posted by gamebit View Post
    Seems like we should not bring so much overseas then..
    Quote Originally Posted by Wryer View Post
    Does most insurance cover trips to Nepal for trekking?
    I'm back from my 5D4N in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Thanks God for taking care of me and my friend and all our gears. We really enjoyed our photography-cum-trip there.

    Well, it is better you discuss with your choice of insurance agent regarding covered insurance trips to (where) you're going/trekking.

    Best of regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaxvms View Post
    4get abt "auntie lucy" if u are claiming
    lots of documents proof needed
    But still it is better to be insured than not at all. The choice is yours to decide.

    Best of regards.
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    the only thing I am worried when oversea is if I am sick and need medic evac...or I am dead and need to fly my body back....most impt is dun let my parents worried or have to fook out money to bring me back home....

    what ever gear we have with us is just optionals....cos those are really small money compare to medic evac....thats why i always buy the basic....

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