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Health and Wellness Tourism in the United Arab Emirates

Health and wellness tourism is increasingly becoming a factor within the United Arab Emirates, even though the area of medical tourism continued to lack clear regulations or guidelines by the end of the review period. Nevertheless, health and ...

Oct 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Belgium

Health and wellness tourism is still very underdeveloped in Belgium, compared with neighbouring countries such as Germany. It seems that Belgian tourism organisations and companies have not yet fully recognised the full potential of this type of ...

Oct 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Health and Wellness Tourism in India

Health and wellness tourism in India witnessed substantial growth of 21% in 2012. This growth was driven by all the categories of medical tourism, hotel/resort spas, destination spas and other spas. The growth in medical tourism was observed due to ...

Oct 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Portugal

2012 was another positive year for health and wellness in Portugal, with value sales increasing by 1.9%, slightly stronger than the 1.8% increase in value sales in 2011. In order to relax and forget the problems caused by the economic crisis, ...

Sep 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Egypt

In spite of considerable turndowns due to political crisis, Red Sea and Sinai Peninsula hotels occupancy rated recovered to an average of 60% in 2012

Sep 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Vietnam

Towards the end of the review period, health and wellness tourism continued to grow strongly, mainly thanks to increasing consumer health, fitness and wellness awareness, rising living standards and higher disposable incomes. As a result, the area ...

Sep 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Health and Wellness Tourism in New Zealand

Visiting a spa remained a popular leisure pursuit among both international and domestic tourists during 2012. Demand for spa tourism in New Zealand is strong among both domestic and inbound tourists. Furthermore, during 2012, the spa treatments ...

Sep 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Health and Wellness Tourism in the Philippines

Health and wellness tourism in the Philippines increased in current value by 18% in 2012. Much of this robust growth can be attributed to the rise of medical tourism, the major contributor to total value sales in health and wellness tourism in the ...

Sep 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Malaysia

Rising living standards are resulting in increasing demand for sophisticated and relaxing tourism packages. This is helping to boost spas value sales, with a growing number of tourists indulging in spa treatments as well as retreat classes such as ...

Sep 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

Strategy Briefing

Still Pampering? Opportunities and Challenges Facing the Global Spa and Beauty Industry

As consumers become increasingly recession-weary, the need for pampering has never been greater. In a bid to look and feel good, consumers continue to indulge in the services of salons and spas while supplementing these with at-home beauty treatments...

Apr 2010 | US$2,600 | Add to cart | View details
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