Medical Tourism in the Philippines

The Philippines is located in South East Asia between the Philippine Sea and the South China Sea. The Philippines has two official languages - Filipino and English. The Philippines is a relative success to the global medical and dental tourism market, offering highly competitive prices for dental treatment such as dental implants, cosmetic dentistry abroad, restorative & prosthetic dentistry.

Up & Coming

  • Bacolod City
    The MassKara Festival is annual held in the City of Smiles also known as Bacolod and is one of the major festivals in Visayas. The word MassKara originated from the English word "mask" because the participants wear colorful masks of all shapes and designs.


  • Obesity can cause Vitamin D deficiency, according to a study published in a recent issue of PLoS Medicine. The study, led by researchers from the D-CarDia collaboration, is the first to associate a high BMI with low Vitamin D levels. The implications of the finding are significant as it suggests that as obesity increases in the world so does Vitamin D deficiency, which can pose a serious range of health issues.

Guide Book

  • Very little is known about Caramoan. Isolated from the rest of Camarines Sur, it is no surprise why Philippine's Secret Paradise remains unexploited from commercial tourism.

By Reservation

  • From the upscale Asian lodging brand of the Genting Group, Maxims Hotel is the all-suite luxury hotel in the Philippines, setting the benchmark for high-end accommodations in the country.

Main Course

  • Pinakbet is a healthy vegetable dish that originated in the Ilocos Province. The vegetables are boiled and is mixed with shrimp paste. Most of the vegetables used in the dish can be conveniently found in the market which makes this dish easy to make.

The Dining Room

  • Established as the first fine-dining restaurant in Northern Philippines, La Preciosa is the place to enjoy the elegant and historical flavors of Ilocos Norte in sophisticated style.

Sights & Sounds

  • Paoay lake consists of over 450 hectares of calm and clear water overlooking a Gary Player designed 18-hole golfcourse, and the renowned MalacaƱang ti Amianan or MalacaƱang of the North.