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Health and Wellness Tourism in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia boasts one of the biggest beauty markets in the region, with Saudi women being the biggest spenders on beauty products and treatments. Expenditure, which used to be limited to beauty products and simple salon services such as ...

Sep 2014 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Health and Wellness Tourism in the US

Health and wellness tourism experienced positive growth in all categories in 2013 and the total industry increased by 2%. Destination spas saw the fastest current value growth of 4% in 2013, but represents only 4% of the US spa industry. Meanwhile ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Indonesia

Medical facilities in Indonesia have been under continuous development, with more treatments being available in-country compared to abroad. Many wealthy Indonesians have been opting for medical treatments overseas for more complicated diseases. ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in the Netherlands

Health and wellness tourism and medical tourism specifically remain highly underdeveloped in the Netherlands. There remain very few specialist outlets for health and wellness tourism operating in the Netherlands. The country does not have a strong ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Japan

Health and wellness tourism registered a 4% increase in current value sales in 2013. Current value sales of medical tourism and spas grew by 3% and 4% respectively. Spas outperformed medical tourism, accounting for a 99% share of retail value sales. ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Venezuela

2013 showed the effects of high inflation and a deceleration of economic activity. A 12% rise in current value sales was not enough to increases sales in this area in 2013. Health and wellness tourism tends to get a boost when purchasing power ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Taiwan

Taiwan’s weak increase in the number of arrivals in 2013 slowed the growth in health and wellness tourism. Taiwan boasts several hot spring locations that are popular among tourists, such as Beitou, Wulai and Jiaosi in northern Taiwan.

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Argentina

Medical tourism led H&W growth in 2013, with current value sales in the area increasing by almost 50% to reach ARS762 million. According to the Tourism Office, tourists that arrive in Argentina to receive medical treatment spend five times more than ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Brazil

Health and wellness tourism in Brazil recorded stronger current value growth of 9% in 2013 (vs. 7% in 2012). In 2012, demand from international markets was negatively impacted due to the ongoing economic instability in Europe and North America. ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Chile

Health and wellness tourism grew in 2013 for several reasons. First, Chileans saw an increase in their disposable incomes to spend on non-essentials in 2013. This allowed them to allocate more resources to pay for services to take care of their ...

Aug 2014 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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