Hi, Due to the minefield of health risks and daily hazards I'm exposed to here in Thailand I've decided to pay a little more and get private health insurance in case I fall foul to a serious accident (touch wood!). To date I've just relied on the default 60k-limit package which comes with the job, and thankfully have never required anything more). I've looked at Bupa but their rates are quite high, my lowest quote was 28k per annum. I then stumbled across these guys: Thailife - Thai Health Insurance Public Company Limited. Does anybody have any experience with them or has anyone heard any bad reports about them? They appear to offer quite good packages with many options falling under the 10k per year price. Any suggestions? Or should I take the risk? - All advice gratefully received and appreciated!!