Hellish holidays: What to do in a travel emergency

Travel experts say traumatised travellers in holidays from hell can try to focus on three steps amid the frenzy and fear: Make a police report, contact the insurer and seek consular help. PHOTO: ISTOCKPHOTO
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SINGAPORE - It has been a fortnight of travel troubles for Singaporeans.

A young Singaporean couple was robbed, injured and harassed in Indonesian holiday hot spot Bali on May 6. Their rented scooter and cash were stolen. Then, 20 Singapore Management University students survived a bus accident in the central Vietnamese city of Hue on May 11.

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