New medical tourism service offers aerial tours of Taiwan
July 1, 2014, 12:01 am TWN
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- A Taipei-based health care company has recently launched a partnership with the Aerospace Industrial Development Corp. (AIDC, 漢翔航空工業), a major aircraft and parts maker in Taiwan, to offer new medical tourism services that will include aerial tours.
The Show 101 Royal Health Care Co. said it signed a cooperation agreement with AIDC June 27 that features tour packages that combine sightseeing with medical services. The service is now available, the health facility told CNA Monday.
The tour package is aimed at international travelers, business travelers and retirees who can enjoy relaxing trips provided by AIDC's flight service after they have used Show 101 facilities for physical check-ups or medical beauty treatment, according to the company.
“We are targeting customers from countries such as Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand,” said a spokeswoman for the Show 101 Royal Health Care, part of the Show Chwan Health Care System.