BANGKOK, Oct. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has launched a series of videos, digital brochures, and PowerPoint presentations to better promote Thailand's fast growing and dynamic Medical Tourism industry on its official website for Medical Tourism in Thailand. The TAT website promoting international visitors to seek medical services in Thailand provides information regarding Medical Providers, Medical Treatments, Physicians, Testimonials, and an International Patients Guide to help visitors make the most informed decisions when considering Thailand as their medical destination abroad.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand has also created numerous E-brochures and PowerPoint presentations to provide the essential facts and information regarding Thailand's medical tourism services, facilities, medical treatments, accreditation, before deciding on the best spa, clinic or hospital; including the following:
- Global Accreditation Ensures Quality Healthcare in Thailand
- Holistic Anti-Aging Treatments Abound in Thailand
- Rejuvenate in style at a Thai Destination Spa
- Thailand Crowned Leader of Global Dental Tourism
- Treat Yourself, and Your Skin, to a Holiday in Thailand
- Wellness Spa Seekers Find Natural Home in Thailand
Also included in the multimedia section of the site will be a series of videos including:
- Nine Reasons to Make Thailand Your Medical Tourism Destination
- Treat Yourself to FABULOUS health in Thailand
These videos were created to help give an inside look at why Thailand is such a popular medical tourism destination and into some of Thailand's outstanding medical service providers and help you learn more about the treatments available in Thailand. See for yourself why Thailand is the most popular medical tourism destination in the world, with 2.5 million visitors choosing Thailand as their medical tourism destination of choice last year.
To view the series of videos, e-brochures and PowerPoint presentations, please visit the Multimedia Gallery Section of the site at www.thailandmedtourism.com
For media information, contact Ms. Natchaya Sawangjareon: Telephone +662-3928-170 or email.
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SOURCE The Tourism Authority of Thailand