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Myanmar-India Business Summit indicates tourism cooperation

There are growing links between India and Myanmar in tourism. Visiting Consul General of India Mr Nandan Singh Bhaisora ppointed out the growing ties, trade...

Cleveland Airport has contaminated drinking water fountains?

Frontier Airlines flight 1397 from Cleveland to Tampa today was not a flight six passengers like to remember.

Tourists in Barcelona be aware : Terror Alert issued by U.S....

A Moroccan in his 30's is planning a truck or bus ramming attack in Barcelona. This is stated on a tweet posted today. Barcelona is a travel and tourism city and is under high terror alert this Christmas. Catalan police have received a tip-off warning of a possible terror threat to the city of Barcelona.

Live like a local in Nassau, Bahamas

Travel destination - the Bahamas - is a Caribbean archipelago located off the coast of Florida with a long history of colonization.

Taiwan: Medical tourism requires cooperation to succeed

Taiwanese tour operators are trying to involve more industries in an effort to promote medical tourism, with the latest trial drawing interest from a local airline, according to a local travel agency.

5 medical procedures worth a trip abroad

The solution to a faulty heart or bad back may be to skip town.

Zambian medical tourism – taking lessons from India

There are tell-tale signs. India is poised to become the world's global medical tourism destination of the century.

‘Medical tourism’ levy under scrutiny in New Zealand

Private hospitals may soon have to pay a levy to cover risks associated with New Zealand's growing "medical tourism" industry.

5% of sickbeds will be available for medical tourists

The Ministry for Health, Welfare and Family Affairs announced Monday that it was restricting the number of sickbeds at large general hospitals available for foreign patients to 5 percent of the total.

South Korea invites tourists to its hospitals

SEOUL, South Korea — In this city's Apgujeong district, famous for its high-end boutiques and plastic surgeons, tourist buses unload Chinese and Japanese visitors looking for a nip and tuck as part

Mexico builds hospitals to lure medical tourists from America

The only way Bridget Flanagan, a 21-year-old college student from Olympia, Washington, could afford the obesity surgery she needed was to go to Mexico. Her health insurance didn't cover the treatment.
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