Singapore, one of the most developed countries in Asia, has become one of the most popular health tourism destination in the world. Central to this development has been governments concerted push to develop the city state into a regional hub for medical tourism, with a focus on providing world-class facilities and highly trained healthcare workers.
Singapore has one of the world´s finest health care system extending to both private and public health care. Health care might cost more than in other countries in Asia, but the living standards are second to none.
In Singapore, medical travelers can receive quality medical care in an environment that is safe and welcoming, with no uncertainties from political instability, social unrest, or worries about poor health safety.
For most Westerners traveling to Singapore a visa is not required. Foreigners seeking medical treatment in Singapore may apply for an extension via the online ”e-EXTEND” program. Singapore provides free entry to the citizens of ASEAN countries. It is advisable to contact an embassy, consulate, or similar expert in visa requirements prior to traveling for your care.
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