Bharatbook.com announces the inclusion of a new report Cosmetics and Personal Care Market in Brazil to their huge collection of market research reports Turkey has emerged as one of the most popular destinations in Europe for medical tourism. The country's medical tourism industry has unprecedentedly grown during the past few years. The Turkish medical tourism industry's revenue is expected to increase manifold in the coming years due to the vast potential it holds, as it is both a destination as well as a source market. It is anticipated that the number of medical tourists will rise at a CAGR of around 26% during 2010-2014, on account of rising popularity of cost effective services and the government support. The government has been readily spending on the promotional activities to boost the nation's medical tourism industry. According to our new research report Emerging Medical Tourism in Turkey, the Turkish medical tourism sector is expected to record strong growth in the coming years owing to a rise in investments by the private sector. As the country boasts of one of the highest number of JCI accredited hospitals and easy travel assistance, medical tourists from all over the world have started taking interest in Turkey. With very low cost of treatments and hospitals equipped with technology similar to the international standards, the number of medical tourists will rise in the coming years. To support this evidence, we have done an extensive analysis of various segments of the Turkish medical tourism market. The baseline for the optimistic future outlook of the report is the rising number of medical tourists from the United States. The number has substantially risen after the economic slowdown, which affected almost all sectors in the US; leaving a large section of population unemployed and uninsured. Hence, turkey came out to be a good option for such patients to get their treatment done at low cost without worrying about the quality. Medical tourists from the Middle East will also pave way for the growth of Turkish medical tourism market in the coming years. The report incorporates an extensive research and rational analysis of the medical tourism industry in Turkey. It provides segment level analysis of the industry along with future trends that may shape up in the coming years. The research will help consultants, industry analysts, and vendors to get an in-depth knowledge of the cost advantage that this country offers. Our report also includes the recent government initiatives to promote the medical tourism industry along with the detail analysis of the key industry players. Table of Contents : 1. Analyst View 2. Market Drivers 2.1 Standardized Facilities 2.2 Healthcare Professionals 2.3 Cost Advantage 2.4 Travel Assistance 2.5 Focus on Developed Countries 3. Market Performance 3.1 Medical Tourism Industry 3.2 Emerging Market Segments 3.2.1 Dentistry 3.2.2 Thermal Tourism & Spas 3.2.3 Cosmetic Surgery 3.2.4 Infertility Treatment 4. Cost Analysis 5. Government Initiatives For more information kindly visit : Related Reports: Malaysia Medical Tourism Outlook 2012 Booming Medical Tourism in India Or Contact us at : Bharat Book Bureau Tel: +91 22 27578668 Fax: +91 22 27579131 Email: Website: Follow us on twitter: !/BharatBook Please visit our blog at
p In the heart of Asia, therees a small country called Myanmar (formerly known as Burma)./strong It is the country of Golden Pagodas and rich Buddhism tradition. The article below suggests some possible routes which allow to see all of Myanmar. strongMyanmar is called 'Land of Golden Pagodas', of which there are about two thousand here. In fact, the whole state is one vast archaeological reserve, which has well preserved traces of ancient civilizations. Myanmar has been the place of the mighty empires. Bago, Bagan and Mandalay used to be the capitals of this country, and these ancient cities are full of traces of former greatness. In Myanmar, a hundred temples have survived, but even more are in ruins. Collapsed walls and debris of giant statues in jungle make an indelible impression on all tourists. A boat trip on the Irrawaddy river with sparkling golden pagodas on its high banks is one of the most memorable things infe. The usual route across Myanmar takes only eight days - from Yangon, the present capital of Burma, to the ancient city of Bagan, Mandalay, Nyang-Swe and Lake Inli. Traveling from city to city is usually done by place, but the opportunities for transportation are vast. One can, of course, go by train or bus, or even rent a jeep and go straight through the jungle. Yangon is called the 'Garden of the East'. This city iske a huge park with ponds and natural lakes, ancient pagodas and colonial mansions. In Yangon, there are a few tourist 'gems' worthy of attention. First of all, one should mention the grand Shwedagon Paya Pagoda, built 2,500 years ago. Its 98-meter spire weighs over 60 tons and is decorated with 1200 diamonds and gold plates. The temple is famous due to the fact it stores as many as four hairs of Buddha, and they are shown to the people. There is still another rarity here - a giant statue of the reclining Buddha, which is at least a thousand years old and used to be hidden in the jungle. When the British engineers worked at railway connection near Yangon, they needed to make a mountain tunnel. On closer inspection, the 'mountain' turned to be a statue, and the hole for the tunnel happened to be the mouth of Buddha. The statue was restored and is now shown to tourists. In Yangon, there are some interesting national museums, which display a golden eight-meter throne, which formerly belonged to the Burmese kings. Bagan is the ancient city known for 4,000 ancient Buddhist temples, which are all different in their architecture. They were built by about 40,000 monks and an equal number of slaves brought here. Climbing to the 'top' of any of these churches, one can see the panorama of towering steeples, palms and pagodas. Bagan is a constant place of archaeological excavations. Mandalay is perhaps no less interesting for tourists. There are two shrines of Buddhism here, including Mahamuni, the four-meter statue of Buddha made of metal and coated with gold, and the famous Kuthoda pagoda with the legendary marble book, which is about the size of an adult person and contains the main rules of Buddhism written on 792 pages. Mandalay has many attractions including Shvenando Palace, Mandalay Hill, and ancient cities of Amarapura, Sagaing and Ava located nearby. In Nyang Shwe, one can see Inle Lake with floating artificial plantations, where peasants grow tomatoes and papaya. In the middle of the lake, there is the Monastery of Jumping Cats, where only six monksve today. The monastery is a popular place of training cats, which then perform various stunts and take part in performances for tourists. Right there, in the center of Lake Inle, floating market is arranged once every five days. Tourists go there by boat to buy souvenirs, papyrus, fruits, mats embroidered with gold and silver threads and other things. Other cities and towns of Myanmar are no less popular. Rangoon is known for many interesting Buddhist monasteries. For example, Shwe Dagon monastery is one of Buddhist pilgrimage centers. Bagan is a unique ghost town in northern Myanmar, famous for its temples. Travelers who plan a trip to Myanmar are advised to look at thest of Myanmar travel agencies or tour operators for Myanmar.br class=clearp
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