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Medical Tourism trends in Asia

  • ANNUALLY MORE THAN 250,000 PATIENTS VISIT SINGAPORE
  • INDIA
  • MORE THAN 1,000,000 VISIT THAILAND
  • IT IS ESTIMATED THAT THAILAND AND INDIA WILL EARN $ 1B YEARLY from Medical Tourism.

The high costs of healthcare in many countries, the increasing number of uninsured patients, the improved medical care standards in the Philippines and the lower costs of air travel have made med tourism a popular trend.

THE APPEAL OF SUBIC

SECURE, CLEAN, UNPOLLUTED, WELL RAN
MANY RESORTS, HOTELS,RESTAURANTS, PARKS, SHOPPING CENTERS, LEISURE FACILITIES
2 ½ HRS. FROM MANILA.

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The Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx) is a 94-kilometer four-lane expressway north of Manila, in the Philippines. Its southern terminus is at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone in Zambales, it passes through the interchange with the North Luzon Expressway near the Clark Special Economic Zone in Angeles City, and its northern terminus is at the Central Techno Park in Tarlac City, Tarlac. Construction on the expressway began in April 2005. The expressway is now open to the public

 

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Tourism in Subic