5 Reasons to Consider Medical Tourism in Bali


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1. You Can Save Thousands

A major reason so many people travel to Bali for medical tourism is because of the savings possible, especially on cosmetic and plastic surgery. Have a look at the tables below for approximate figures.

Surgery Type

Cost in Australia (AUD)

Cost in Bali (AUD)

Savings Possible (AUD)

Breast Augmentation








Tummy Tuck








Surgery Type

Cost in New Zealand (NZD)

Cost in Bali (NZD)

Savings Possible (NZD)

Breast Augmentation








Tummy Tuck








That's not all. Handy savings can be found on non-surgical cosmetic treatments as well. Botox, for example, costs $20AUD/$22NZD per unit in Australia and New Zealand but only $10AUD/$11NZD per unit in Bali. This is a big saving of 50%, especially considering most areas of the face require 10-20 units of Botox. Similar savings of around 50% can also be had on dermal fillers.

2. There Are An Array Of Modern Clinics And Hospitals

There are world-class hospitals and clinics located on the island. If you're after surgery, then the BIMC Hospital is a top choice. It is an extremely modern facility with highly skilled surgeons, who can carry out a range of different surgery types, including breast augmentations, facelifts, and tummy tucks.

For those after cosmetic treatments, we recommend the Rejuvie Aesthetic Anti Aging and the Manika Aesthetic Clinic . These are two modern cosmetic clinics with medical teams that are well-versed in enhancing peoples’ appearance through Botox, dermal fillers, and other methods.


3. Bali’s Medical Tourism Industry Is Well Reviewed

If you haven't already, have a read of a medical tourism review. Bali’s clinics and hospitals have received excellent feedback from patients from all over the globe. This has helped it build a reputation as a high-quality medical tourism destination

4. You Can Experience The Island’s Natural Beauty

Bali is an international holiday destination because of its breathtaking scenery. Volcanoes tower over sweeping coastlines and golden beaches. In fact, the beauty of the natural scenery has caused Bali to be known as the “Island of the Gods.”

5. Direct Flights, With No Visa Required

Entry into Bali is extremely easy for most travelers. Passport holders of 140+ countries, including Austraila and New Zealand of course, get free, visaless entry for 30 days.

There are also numerous direct flights available, or others with a short stopover. Auckland does direct flights to the island and so do many Australian cities, including Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, and Darwin.


We hope you are now more informed about this opportunity. The medical tourism price in Bali is hard to beat, especially considering you can get world-class treatment and surgery, as well as enjoying a tropical holiday. That's why we recommend putting Bali on your shortlist of destinations.

David De Los Santos

David De Los Santos has a master's degree in Psychology in Organizational Development and is currently writing for both Dental and Medical Departures.
To get in touch with this author, or for more info regarding this article, please contact us at author@medicaldepartures.com
This article is meant for information purposes only and is not intended to be medical advice or instructions for medical diagnosis or treatment. Please consult with your dentist or a qualified medical professional before starting or changing medical treatment