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Asia/Singapore Sunday, 4th December 2022
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Laguna Phuket to develop medical and wellness facility

Laguna Phuket and Bangkok Dusit Medical Services (BDMS) have signed an MoU to develop a world-class medical and wellness centre within the Thai integrated...

Sri Lanka’s unrest opens door to ayurveda tourism boom for India

Ayurveda specialists in India are expecting a busier season for medical tourism as Sri Lanka, a major competitor in the field, struggles with tourism...

Sabah sharpens outfit to advance medical tourism

A plan is in the works to establish Sabah Health and Wellness Tourism Council (SHWTC) to market Sabah as a destination for medical tourism. The...

Thai hospitality players move in on cannabis tourism

Cannabis tourism is poised to become a growth market in Thailand as the Kingdom’s relationship with marijuana goes back overground. Thailand was the first South-east...

Philippines pushes medical and wellness tour offerings

Medical and wellness tour packages targeted at foreign travellers have been rolled out in metro Manila and nearby provinces, as part of the Philippine...

Medical tourism eyed to revive Indonesia’s tourism sector

The Indonesian government is planning to develop medical tourism in the country so as to revive the pandemic-hit tourism sector, while at the same...

Wellness tune-up

The pursuit of comfort, rehabilitation and mental healing is expected to dominate consumer demand emerging post-lockdown, and properties in Asia are responding to this call for wellness. TTG Asia rounds up some of the newest finds.

Ready for revival

The pandemic has snuffed out the medical tourism boom in South-east Asia, leaving the once-thriving sector ailing. TTG Asia reporters examine how the industry is fighting to nurse the sector back to financial health.

A safe getaway awaits at the newly refurbished Mint Hotel

Brought to you by One Farrer HotelThe Mint Hotel is a room category that features cutting-edge materials and intelligent design principles. Under the advice...

Malaysian healthcare providers take consultations online to reverse medical tourism slump

Malaysia’s medical travel sector is turning to tele-consultation and digital services to provide continuity in foreign patient care as travel restrictions suppress medical tourist...

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