Travel to Bali – At Australian Medical Travel, we partner with BIMC Hospital Nusa Dua, one of the leading hospitals in Indonesia and the first hospital in that country to receive accreditation from the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS).
This means that our patients have access to a wide range of international standard cosmetic surgery and dental surgery procedures in first-class facilities, performed under the auspices of leading professionals in their respective fields.
However, experience has shown us that a large number of people who come to us for a cosmetic surgery Bali package are looking for something extra on top of this. In many instances, they want to combine having breast augmentation surgery, for instance, or dental surgery, with a break in a beautiful location.
Medical travel to Bali is, therefore, the ideal opportunity to combine healthcare with a holiday.
Bali is the ideal medical travel location when you want a break
BIMC Hospital Nusa Dua couldn’t be better situated for Australians travelling to Bali who wants to combine getting dental implants or having rhinoplasty with a holiday.
Within quick reach of Ngurah Rai International Airport, BIMC Hospital Nusa Dua is also ideally placed to provide easy access to many of Bali’s most popular tourist destinations, including Kuta, Tanjung Benoa, Jimbaran and Uluwatu.
We can arrange accommodation for patients undergoing cosmetic surgery in Bali in a wide range of hotels and villas in these popular locations, depending on your budget, how long you want to stay, and the way in which you intend to spend your time, either before or after your surgery.
However, no matter where you choose to stay while you undergo dental surgery in Bali, or any of the other cosmetic surgery procedures we can arrange, you can expect to find plenty of fascinating places to visit, enjoy excellent food, and engage in a wide range of activities that will ensure you are making the most of medical travel.
If you opt to stay in Kuta when you’re in Bali, there is no end of places to see and things to do. The first port of call for most people in Kuta Beach, where you can enjoy long stretches of white sand and picturesque blue seas, while for the more active it is also an iconic surfing location. Pandawa Beach, Balangan Beach and Kelan Beach are popular alternatives if you prefer somewhere a little quieter.
Other popular spots to visit include the Ground Zero Monument, erected in memory of those killed in the terrorist bombings in 2002, and the Bali Sea Turtle Society (a special treat is always the release of baby turtles into the sea).
There are also many private tours available, where you can visit cultural landmarks and get access to some of Bali’s remarkable monuments and temples, or simply indulge yourself with one of the many high-end spa and massage packages on offer.
Tanjung Benoa is the ideal starting point for a range of different day trips and private tours that enable you to see the many cultural highlights found in this part of the island. As well as offering easy access to some beautiful beaches, other sites to see include Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, celebrating Bali’s rich heritage through art and performance, the Ubud Traditional Art Market, the Tegenungan Waterfall, and Jatiluwih Green Land, contoured hillside rice terraces that have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Jimbaran is within easy reach of BIMC Hospital Nusa Dua and makes an ideal base for you to make the most of your Bali cosmetic surgery trip. For instance, you can take in Nusa Dua Beach or Double Six Beach and enjoy the white sand and tranquil waters, or visit Aqualand for something a little more active. If cultural activities are more to your taste, pay a visit to Purpa Fine Art Gallery or the Nyaman Gallery, both of which display local and international contemporary art. For something a bit wackier, check out Upside Down World or the DMZ Bali 3D Art Museum.
Uluwatu is located on the south-west coast and provides a range of accommodation options, plus a host of things to do and see. Uluwatu Temple, located 70 metres above the sea on a steep cliff, is a site all visitors to Bali should try and see. The Luwak Coffee Bali Plantation is also a fascinating place where you can sample or buy an enticing range of teas and coffees. Sannyas Yoga Academy is likewise very popular, and you can take in a class in an idyllic beachside setting.
Medical travel to Bali reduces the cost of cosmetic surgery
As well as the extensive range of stylish accommodation options and fascinating places to visit, another way in which you can make the most of medical travel to Bali is by significantly reducing the dental surgery or cosmetic surgery cost you will incur.
At Australian Medical Travel, we can help you to save money on a range of cosmetic and dental surgery procedures when compared to the price you could expect to pay in Australia, including:
- Breast augmentation (generally called a boob job)
- Face and neck lift
- Chin augmentation
- Blepharoplasty (more commonly known as eyelid surgery)
- Rhinoplasty (colloquially called a nose job)
Get in touch with Australian Medical Travel on 1300 787 268 or email us to find out more about the range of cosmetic surgery procedures that we can organise in our medical tourism to Bali packages.