According to the Chairman of the Advisory Council of Indonesia Services Dialog, Indonesians spent approximately Rp100 trillion per year for medical treatment overseas. In 2015, there were reportedly 600,000 patients from Indonesia seeking medical treatment overseas, up from 350,000 in 2006. Among the top destinations are neighboring island-state of Singapore.
View Global Indonesian Voices’ full article: “Why Singapore Hospitals are Attractive for Indonesian Patients?”.
For more information on medical tourism in Indonesia, visit their IMTJ profile.