Loola is not an insurance agent, but what we have done is make it very easy for schools
to obtain a MOE-compliant travel insurance.
Singapore government (MOE) schools, note: early 2016, MOE announced some changes as regards to school travel insurance cover.
While it appears that the default insurance is now NTUC, MOE has stated that each school remains free to choose any MOE compliant travel
insurance it wishes for its trips.
LooLa has had a long and fruitful business association with AIG, so we know what our guests can expect from AIG,
and our insurance SOPs are mature as a result of our long-time cooperation.
Working with NTUC will be new for us, but we are ready to do so.
For legal reasons, it is important to note that this page does not give guests any advice on which insurance to choose.
But, being voted the
world's most responsible tourism operator in 2015,
it is only right that we attempt to inform our guests as best as we can, so as to help schools to make up their mind.
As such, in the table below, we have summarized, to the best of our understanding, some of the differences
between the two insurances
(again for legal reasons, we're advised to add here the disclaimer
that all statements in the table below are subject to the insurance policy terms and conditions,
so please bear this in mind when reading the table).
Should you need further clarification, you can obtain this from the insurances directly.
For those who wish to see the policy details for themselves ...
For details on the AIG insurance, please
For details on the NTUC insurance, MOE schools can access the government portal