The rising cost of medical care in developed countries and the popularity of health tourism, especially in Malaysia, will be among the focus areas of the Healthcare Tourism Congress 2010 here on April 12-13.
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Asia’s Largest Medical Tourism Congress (GLOW 2010) which will take place on 13 & 14 May 2010 at Kuala Lumpur is inviting worldwide exhibitors to showcase their products. GLOW 2010 is inviting healthcare equipment and service providers from all around the world to exhibit their services and products to the worldwide visitors. Around 1,000 visitors [...]
The Healthcare Tourism Congress 2010 announces keynote address by Y.B. Dato’ Liow Tiong Lai, Health Minister Malaysia.
Kerala’s ancient ayurveda rejuvenation therapy, known for its traditional healing of aching muscles and invigorating lethargic bodies, will soon be available in Malaysia.
Poised to be Malaysia’s largest and most dynamic healthcare tourism event, this congress will be held at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre from 12 – 13 April 2010, providing the perfect corporate interface venue for technology and services in healthcare tourism industry.
Sarawak has secured the hosting of the 14th Asia-Pacific Congress of Paediatrics (APCP) in 2012 after Malaysia won the bid in Shanghai, China early this month, Sarawak Convention Bureau (SCB) Regional Manager Geoffrey Lee said on Thursday.
The Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La has created an attractive medical holiday package in line with Penang’s bid to promote medical tourism in the island state.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is expected to launch the Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council in December to position the country as the healthcare hub in the region, Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, said on Thursday.
In May 2010, Kuala Lumpur will play host to more than 1,500 trade visitors, delegates, sponsors and exhibitors from the Middle East, Asia, Europe and USA to the Asia Medical Tourism & Wellness Congress / GLOW 2010.
The Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board (MTPB, Tourism Malaysia) is embarking on a three-year project to collect market data on health tourism, as the country seeks to increase the number of people visiting the country for medical treatment.