's Revolutionary Medical Tourism Search Engine Continues To Grow, Now Covering Malaysia

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Tummy-Tucks Available For Just MYR11,500 (GB£2,230), Nearly 50% Less Than In The UK

Malaysia has long been a popular destination amongst those seeking a holiday in the sun, a bargain shopping spree or a modern city break. Now more and more savvy travellers are adding cosmetic treatment in the South East Asian country to their to-do lists, with a tummy tuck in Malaysia costing as little as MYR11,500 (GB£2,230 or US$3,177) compared to an average of MYR 21,290 (GB£4,129 or US$5,884) in the UK. Those seeking clinics in Malaysia can now do so at, the search engine dedicated to helping people find healthcare clinics all over the world.

Like its South East Asian neighbours, including Thailand and Singapore, Malaysia is rapidly gaining a reputation as a destination for high quality healthcare at a low price. Its highly efficient staff and quality facilities mean that Malaysia welcomed 296,687 medical tourists in 2006, with that figure increasing by 15% year on year(*). However, people turning to the Internet for information about Malaysian clinics were running into problems, with traditional search engines returning too many irrelevant results. Now, with just one search on, visitors can find a relevant list of clinics that makes it easy to compare their options.

CEO and founder of, Caelen King commented, "We are currently experiencing increased demand from our users for clinics in South East Asia, so we are delighted to now be able to give people the chance to find and compare over 50 clinics in Malaysia, helping them save time and money in locating the right clinic and treatment for their needs."

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About is a search engine that makes it easy for users to find and compare health clinics worldwide. Founded in 2006, it currently stores information on over 60,000 clinics in the UK and Ireland and thousands more in 50 countries around the world, including Malaysia. helps people take control of their healthcare choices and find the most suitable clinic and treatment for their needs.


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