27 Mar 2018

The great vacay guide

Looking for that perfect break that goes off without a hitch? We’ve rounded up some useful tips on what to do before, during, and after a holiday, that could help minimise the hassle and maximise value out of those precious breaks.

Before the trip

DBS Multi-Currency Account

Open a multi-currency account

Open a DBS Multi-Currency Account (MCA) to save up for your hols, then spend like a local in 13 different currencies, with no foreign exchange fees or additional admin fees.* The MCA allows you to buy foreign currencies online at your preferred rate, anytime.

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During the trip

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Shop and dine with no additional foreign exchange fees

Go ahead to shop, dine and have fun. Paying with your MCA-linked Visa Debit Card means no additional foreign exchange fees (available for 11 foreign currencies)*. Or make your overseas spending more rewarding by earning miles with your DBS Altitude credit card.

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After the trip

Making an insurance claim

Making an insurance claim

Hit a glitch during the trip? Fill in and submit your insurance provider’s claim form, together with documentation like original medical receipts, airline letters, or police reports, to facilitate a quicker claims process.

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With these handy tips, you’re well on your way to easy-peasy holidays.

*To enjoy direct foreign currency payments, ensure your DBS Visa Debit Card is linked to your MCA as the primary debiting account. Check the DBS Multi-Currency Account page for a list of foreign currencies supported.

Singapore dollar deposits of non-bank depositors and monies and deposits denominated in Singapore dollars under the Supplementary Retirement Scheme are insured by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation, for up to S$75,000 in aggregate per depositor per Scheme member by law. Foreign currency deposits, dual currency investments, structured deposits and other investment products are not insured

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