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Wholly owned by MSIG Holdings (Asia) Pte. Ltd., MSIG Insurance Singapore Pte. Ltd. (“MSIG Singapore”) is a leading general insurer with over 100 years of experience. It is backed by the strong heritage and financial strength of its parent company, Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Company, Limited and the Company benefits from being a member of the MS&AD Insurance Group - one of the largest general insurance groups in the world. Today, MSIG is one of the few global general insurers to have representation in every ASEAN country, a testament to its strength and reach. 
 
MSIG Singapore’s collaborative relationships with its partners bring advantages for all parties – beginning with partners who share the vision of providing innovative insurance products and solutions to the customers who benefit from more choices and greater access to the right insurance products that address their financial protection and security needs. MSIG's partners include DBS Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, and DUAL Asia- Singapore.

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Single trip in Asean for 3 days

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Premier

40% Off Until31 Dec 2016
9.2/10

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Elite

$15.0 Off Until31 Dec 2016
7.2/10

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