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Surgery Holidays to Malaysia – NZ Women's Stories

Surgery Holidays to Malaysia – New Zealand Women Tell Their Stories

MELBOURNE, Feb. 12 /Medianet International-AsiaNet/ --

There is a growing popularity amongst New Zealand men and women to travel to
Malaysia for surgery holidays. The decision to travel overseas is increasing
at an enormous rate – leading operator Gorgeous Getaways witnessed an increase
in popularity with New Zealand clients by over 200% in 2007.

The reasons for travelling to Malaysia for surgery include:
1. Price (up to 75% less than at home),
2. Quality (accredited private hospitals),
3. Service and after care (complete after care and assistance including
nursing)
Privacy and getting a 5 star holiday included in the price is also an important
factor.

The following New Zealand ladies have agreed to tell their story about their
surgery holiday to Malaysia and show their photos:

Charmaine, 51, Auckland: Surviving a bad marriage, Charmaine treated herself to
the surgery to improve her confidence and start a new life
Read her story and see photos here: www.gorgeousgetaways.com/news_charmaine.htm

Louise, 48, Auckland: After her divorce Louise made a startling comeback with a
fabulous facelift that took almost 20 years off her appearance.
Read her story and see photos here: www.gorgeousgetaways.com/news_louise.htm

Sandra, 54, New Plymouth: Budget conscious Sandra found surgery at prices an
everyday housewife and mother could afford.
Read her story and see photos here: www.gorgeousgetaways.com/news_sandra.htm


ENDS

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