The Bank of East Asia

Insurance, MPF & Trust

Underwritten by Blue Cross (Asia-Pacific) Insurance Limited

Travel Protection Insurance protects you and your family against unexpected losses or expenses during your journey. Three distinct plans offer different types of coverage for you to choose from to best suit your travel plans. Enjoy your trip with absolute peace of mind with Travel Protection Insurance.

All-round Coverage

  • Medical expenses benefit and personal accident benefit up to HK$1,200,000 each
  • Follow-up medical expenses incurred within 90 days after returning to Hong Kong, including all treatments rendered by a Chinese Medicine Practitioner
  • 24-hour Worldwide Emergency Aid services, including unlimited coverage for emergency evacuation and repatriation to Hong Kong (such expenses will not be deducted from the benefit amount under Medical Expenses Benefit)
  • Comprehensive Outbound Travel Alert Extension for all Amber, Red and Black Travel Alerts
  • Leisure and non-professional sports activities, including skiing and other winter sports, diving, parachuting, bungee jumping, hiking, and all water sports
  • Cruise Plan covers cruise cancellation and interruption, shore excursion cancellation, and satellite phone expenses

Benefit Highlights

Cancellation of Local Tour Benefit - covers irrecoverable prepaid deposits or any payment in the event of closure of the tourist spot due to unpredictable serious destruction or closure of the local tour operator
Trip Interruption Benefit - covers additional accommodation and meal expenses for failure of boarding the public conveyance due to overbooking and offers special allowance for purchasing alternative services if closure of the licensed accommodation or vehicle rental service providers occurs
Trip Cancellation Benefit - covers the insured child or you (who are a parent and at the same time a travel companion of the insured child) if the insured child is required to attend in person a school interview or a public examination arranged by Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority being rescheduled to a date within the scheduled travel period
Baggage Benefit covers - loss, or physical breakage of, or damage to baggage, mobile phone, laptop computer, tablet computer and personal property, and more

Plan Summary

Cover Type Single-trip Cover
Plan Level
  • Worldwide Plan1
  • Asia Plan2
  • Cruise Plan1
Premium Package
  • Individual
  • Couple
  • Family*
  • (*including the applicant and/or spouse and all unmarried children below age 18)
Cover Period
  • 1 trip
  • Up to 180 days per trip
Automatic Extension of Period of Insurance 10-day extension of insurance coverage for unavoidable delay
Enrolment Age 6 weeks or above◆
Deductible No

◆Child below age 18 must obtain consent from his parents or legal guardian in order to be insured.

Blue Cross Customer Service Hotline 2839 6377 

This webpage is for reference only. Please refer to the policy for the exact terms and conditions and the full list of policy exclusions. Should there be any discrepancy between the English and the Chinese versions of this material, the English version shall apply and prevail. All insurance product information available on this website is not and shall not be construed as an offer to sell or a provision of insurance products to any person in any jurisdiction outside Hong Kong or a solicitation to such person to buy insurance products.

The insurance plan is underwritten by Blue Cross (Asia-Pacific) Insurance Limited (“Blue Cross”), a subsidiary of AIA Group Limited. The Bank of East Asia, Limited (“BEA”) is an appointed insurance agency of Blue Cross. The insurance plan is a product of Blue Cross but not BEA. All benefits payable under the insurance plan are subject to the credit risk of Blue Cross.

In respect of an eligible dispute (as defined in the Terms of Reference for the Financial Dispute Resolution Centre in relation to the Financial Dispute Resolution Scheme) arising between BEA and the customer out of the selling process or processing of the related transaction, BEA is required to enter into a Financial Dispute Resolution Scheme process with the customer.

BEA’s sales staff (including direct sales staff and authorised agents) are remunerated not only based on their financial performance, but also according to a range of other factors, including their adherence to best practices and their dedication to serving customers’ interests.

Blue Cross (Asia-Pacific) Insurance Limited is a subsidiary of AIA Group Limited. It is not affiliated with or related in any way to Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association or any of its affiliates or licensees.