When we hear the word Tourism, all we ponder about is visiting destinations and enjoying the beautiful sights. But have you ever wondered about a journey that includes not only travel but also health? Well, believe it or not, but it’s true. Dental Tourism is a new trend that helps one to plan their vacation and also schedule a dental check up in order to take proper care and solution for their dental problems.
India is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world and has a leading chain of hospitals and treatment centers that deal in dental care. In today’s era, in order to stay healthy, one needs to be wealthy. Especially the foreign developed countries look overseas for proper medical treatment in order to cover up their health insurance expenses. Health care reforms are indeed expensive in the countries abroad, mostly in European and American countries. But India provides them with well-trained doctors and advanced machines which are used to treat the patients at an affordable cost. It acts like a boon for these foreign “medical tourists”. Even the living and airfare cost is quite low in India which is an additional perk of dental tourism.
Mumbai, also known as Maximum City, is the main hub for the tourists because of the fast life in the city and majorly Bollywood. The cool breeze at Marine Drive, the nightlife, the marvelous Jahangir Art Gallery, the view from the steps of Asiatic Society Library and at the end of the day, giving yourself a treat with a pint of fresh beer from Café Leopold – Mumbai has a lot to offer to its tourists. Visit the infamous Juhu beach or Chowpatty beach to have a taste of ice gola and engage into theatre by watching a play at the grand NCPA or the Prithivi Theatre. Hit the roads of Bandra and get to click the pictures of the houses of Bollywood’s King Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan. Pamper yourself and go for street shopping at the Linking Road or Hill Road.
Experience the sacred side of the city by visiting Haji Ali at Worli, Siddhivinayak Temple at Prabhadevi, many beautiful churches located across the city and look into the city’s Parsi history. Eat the delicious kebabs at Mohammed Ali Road, seafood at Mahesh Lunch Home, street food like vada pao, pao bhaji and dosa. For the sweet lovers, try the various ice cream flavours at Naturals, and Bachelor’s Juice House.