Negeri Sembilan to offer ‘health tourism' as a new tourism package

By TIN Media | Medical Tourism Published 4 years ago on 6 March 2020
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Negeri Sembilan :

Negeri Sembilan intends to make Seremban a health tourism destination for foreigners seeking more affordable treatment.

According to Negeri Sembilan Tourism Authority (LPNS) General Manager Muhammad Zahir Mazlan, the matter was being discussed with the medical and private hospital associations on products and costs that could be offered as a promotion.

“In this state, we have private hospitals such as Columbia Asia, NSCMH Medical Center and KPJ Seremban. So we want to attract these tourists here because most of them prefer treatment in cities like Kuala Lumpur, Subang and so on, ”he told Bernama here today.

He said the health tourism was a new tourism package to be introduced in the state, and so far, six private hospitals are operating in Seremban.

LPNS's main focus in promoting the country is ecotourism, which is seen to have its own fans both local and foreign.



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