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Having cosmetic surgery abroad offers a variety of benefits over having a similar treatment here in the UK. Firstly, the same treatment in another part of the world may be considerably less expensive thanks to the exchange rate, but also due to much lower living costs in the destination country. Take for example Malaysia, having one of the best economic records in Asia and the 29th largest economy in the world is one of the best destinations for medical tourism. It’s politics and law is based on the Westminster model, so rules, regulations and medical proceedings are very similar to those in the UK.


The quality of the medical facilities in Malaysia are in many ways superior to those in the UK and the skills and qualifications of the doctors, nurses and surgeons are at least on a par with our own. The climate in Malaysia is moderate tropical and is perfect for recovering and recuperating from plastic or cosmetic surgery. Now before you start thinking about swimming or soaking up the sun on a sandy beach and maybe doing a little surfing… think again. Recovering from surgery isn’t a walk in the park, it’s a lay in bed with aching bones and muscles.


One of the things which draws people away from the UK for cosmetic surgery is the relative secrecy one can benefit from. Many people don’t like to confess to having certain procedures and by simply going away for a few weeks, you can save yourself the prospect of ‘all and sundry’ knowing about your cosmetic surgery plans. For the very best in Malaysian cosmetic surgery holidays, visit

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