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Southeast  Asia is the world's popular tourist destinations. Some of the countries here have it all: a tropical climate, warm all year around, rich culture, gorgeous beaches, wonderful food and last but not least, low prices.

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Singapore attracted a record 11,638,663 visitors according to the Singapore Tourism Board's statistics, but which excludes Malaysian visitors who visited Singapore via the Causeway or the Second Link. Tourism in Singapore is a major industry and contributor to the Singaporean economy, attracting 13,171,303 tourists in 2011, over twice Singapore's total population.

Malaysia is a country in South-East Asia, located partly on a peninsula of the Asian mainland and partly on the northern third of the island of Borneo. East Malaysia (Borneo) shares borders with Brunei and Indonesia. The country is ranked as the 9th most visited place in the world. In 1999, Malaysia launched a worldwide marketing campaign called "Malaysia, Truly Asia" which was largely successful in bringing in over 7.4 million tourists.

Tourism is a major economic factor in the Kingdom of Thailand, directly contributing an estimated 7.3% to Thailand's GDP in 2012. When including the indirect effects of tourism, it accounted for 16.7% of Thailand's GDP. On June 1, 2013, Time magazine reported that Bangkok was identified as the most visited city in the world by the 2013 Global Destination Cities Index, while Suvarnabhumi Airport was the world's most geotagged location on Instagram in 2013. The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) uses the slogan "Amazing Thailand" to promote Thailand internationally.

Tourism in Indonesia is an important component of the Indonesian economy as well as a significant source of its foreign exchange revenues. The vast country of sprawling archipelago has much to offer; from natural beauty, historical heritage to cultural diversity. In 2012 the tourism sector contributes to around US$9 billion of foreign exchange, and is estimated will surpassed US$10 billion in 2013. The tourism sector ranked as the 4th largest among goods and services export sectors.

MEDICAL TOURISM IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

Several hospitals in Asia have carved such outstanding reputations for themselves that medical tourism has become a major money-spinner. In countries such as Singapore and Thailand, government agencies have been set up to help market their expertise globally. Special medical travel agencies have sprung up around the world, and top Asian hospitals routinely have special “international” desks and services to assist overseas patients with everything from doctors’ appointments to accommodation.

 

Bangkok’s Bumrungrad International (www.bumrungrad.com) hospital has won international acclaim and is Thailand’s best-known facility for health tourism. It was the first genuinely international hospital in Asia to be accredited by the US-based Joint Commission International (JCI, an organisation aiming to elevate healthcare delivery standards through evaluation and accreditation of healthcare organisations). The hospital, which expanded in 1997 with a US$100 million investment in the building, design and medical hardware, was forced to expand its patient reach overseas after the 1997 Asian financial crisis dried up local business. This proved fortuitous.

 

There are countless reasons that make Malaysia the ideal destination for your healthcare needs. Here are some reasons why:-

 

We are proud to be amongst one of the only countries within the region where medical tourism is promoted by the government. This thus provides medical tourists the assurance on quality care, regulation, safety standards and the governing laws within this industry.

 

Malaysia healthcare offers specialties in various medical disciplines and performs some of the most complicated treatments in the world. Today, the medical practices in Malaysia are at par with the some of the best in the world, incorporating both sophistication as well as international expertise.

 

Our team of renowned medical specialists have been trained in some of the most esteemed medical institutions in the world namely from the Australia, United Kingdom, and United States of America. Medical treatments are carried out in state-of-the-art facilities that have been furnished to meet international standards. Hence, the high quality in medical treatments is thus maintained at the technology as well as at the professional levels. See more at:

 

http://www.medicaltourism.com.my/en/malaysia-your-healthcare.aspx#sthash.cOOceJNm.dpuf

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Bumrungrad International Hospital, Bangkok

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Thai Cosmetic Surgery Holidays offers different kinds of cosmetic treatments in Thailand

 

Thailand, 13th June 2014: Medical Tourism has emerged as one of the recent trends where people spend time as holidays while getting medical treatments. Thailand is a country which is known to offer some of the best world class cosmetic treatments to tourists from different countries such as Australia, Europe and America. It is no doubt that Thailand is a preferred travel destination in Southeast Asia for several reasons. Taking advantage of the number of global audiences coming to the country the Thai cosmetic and medical industry has also seen a boom. One of the companies which initiate to offer their cosmetic treatments as a part of Medical tourism is Thai Cosmetic Surgery Holidays.

 

The experts within the company arrange all kinds of cosmetic surgeries in Bangkok. This is done at their partner hospital named Vejthani Hospital. They have a fixed rate and their services do not come with any kind of hidden charges. The company specializes in offering treatments by experienced and qualified cosmetic surgeons for both men and women. They abide by the accepted international standards which includes the certification of ISO 9001: 2000 and JCI. The company aims for introducing the international customers with a cost effective as well as professional cosmetic and plastic surgery Thailand. The surgery is carried out in the state-of-the-art hospital of the partner and the staff have been well trained to deal with the visitors.

 

For instance breast implants Thailand or double eyelid surgery along with a range of other cosmetic treatments are provided within the hospital. They have been offering their cosmetic surgery Thailand for several years now and have grown in popularity across the world. The prices for their services are among the most competitive ones in the industry and definitely not among the cheapest. The fact that the company offers world class amenities and highly qualified professionals it charges the best possible rates which do not seem to be very high for the customers. People may check out the rates for any of the treatments such as nose plastic surgery, facial plastic surgery, breast reduction surgery, or any of the cosmetic plastic surgery offer by the company. They would be pleased to know that the rates are affordable and competitive as well.

 

With regular updates in the field of advanced cosmetic surgery the services can really work wonders for people looking for solutions. The services are promoted as cosmetic surgery holidays where people not only get applicable treatments but also spend time as if they are on a holiday. SO be it cosmetic surgery for women or men, the experts are fully equipped and trained to offer all kinds of cosmetic surgeries.  http://www.thaicosmeticsurgeryholidays.com

Tourism in Vietnam is a significant component of the modern Vietnamese economy. In 2012, Vietnam received more than 6.8 million international arrivals, up from 2.1 million in the year 2000. The annual increase represented a strong rebound from a slight decline in 2008 Great Recession. The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism is following a long-term plan to diversify the tourism industry, which brings needed foreign exchange into the country. Tourist arrivals in Vietnam have continued to rise in recent years. In 2008, Vietnam received 4.218 million international passengers, in 2009 the number was 3.8 million, down 11%. In 2012, Vietnam receives 6.84 million tourists.

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