Do I need expat health insurance?
Does anyone have any current info regarding health insurance for expats? Coming to Chiang Mai for 3 months Jun 1st, 2017 from Canada.
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    Ais was recommended to me today, usually a full year of coverage but the prorate from January to December, so might work for you
Answer @ 2/6/2017 12:37:44 PM by trashbag
Health insurance for 3 months would be just the regular old holiday/travel insurance. Anything over a year become 'expat' & is much more expensive. ( well, that is what I discovered when I did some research on it in Australia)
Answer @ 2/6/2017 4:37:44 AM by make one up
I opened a bank account with Bangkok bank...then,through them, I got accident cover which covers me for approx 2000 baht per year...Anything major,I'd want to go home to UK for anyway....hope thats helpful....

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