Posts Tagged ‘Why Thailand is number one?’


The following is an article in The Wall Street Journal, market watch section, ranking The world’s top 10 retirement havens. It’s ranking Thailand in the 9 th. spot, based on cost of living and environment.But those are not all there is to consider. The standard and expenses of Medical and Health Care services need to put into account. We are strongly believed if that is put into consideration, Thailand can offer you a lot more than others can.
Read about it:

No.9. Thailand. As with Malaysia, it can be fairly inexpensive to live in Thailand. According to International Living, you can live comfortably for less than $1,000 a month on a powder-sand beach in Thailand. In fact, it’s likely you could find “really nice, liveable place just about anywhere in the country” for about $500 a month. As with Malaysia, you’ll find plenty of locals happy to practice their English with you; so integration shouldn’t be too much of an issue. And, for excitement, what could top Bangkok? “If variety is the spice of retired life, than Paris, Panama City, the expat communities of Mexico, Medellin in Colombia, and Bangkok, Thailand, should be top of your list,” International Living researchers said.


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This is a lovely little hospital and very high standard in Bangkok. At the price that you can effort.

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This is the story of a girl who have been went thru the plastic surgery and change her life.
She used to have a boy friend and her boy friend left her to go with another girl who was beautiful than her at that time.
So, she wanted to make herself look better.From three operations, eyes, nose, and chin you will see how she is, now.
Please, watch her story from the following video clips

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Ramada Plaza Menam riverside Bangkok a five stars hotel in Bangkok that modified some part of their facilities to serve the patients who need special care during their stay before they can take a long trip back home. This is one example of many hotels who ready to take care of you.

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6 Reasons for making Thailand your Medical Tourism destination. For more information,please, vist http://www.thailandmedicaltourismcluster.org.

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MEDIHCARE stands for Most Exotic Destinations In Health Care. A medical tourism portal designed in order to provide our readers general information which they can use in making a more informed decision in relation to the medical treatment they seek in Thailand.

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This is the interview documentary in “AT TEN” or ” Tee – Sip” talk show televised thru television Channel 3 about the young girl who has gone thru sex reassignemnt process. It took her two years to become full MAN. This is one of many success cases from Yan Hee hospital in Bangkok. Enjoy the three parts show.

Many Japanese Girls and Korean Girls come to Thailand for F to M operation at Yanhee Hospital.One of the success cases tell her/his story on television interview for the first time in Thailand. Mr. F to M, dressed to protect his identity and Doctor who operated on her with the interviewer.

Interview people how they are thinking of this sex reassignment .Doctor explain how the new male sexsual organ is being constructed with the silicone stick and the patient tissues. After that the new organ is attached to the girl sexual organ.

The opinion from the patient and doctor after operation.

PATIENT Opinion:
1) She/he decided to take this operation because she want to fullfill her dream to become a man. Not because of sexual satisfaction. After operation for one year he never have any sex with any girl or boy and he does not have any girl friend.
2) During this one year, he never has any single moment of regret in this transgender operation.

DOCTOR Opinion:
1) The reason that she went to have this full operation because she had a Gender Identity Disorder (GID) sickness. It is not because she is a “TOM BOY”.

The difference between GID and Tom Boy is:

GID is a person who has a confusion of Gender Identity, while Tom Boy is a behavior of copying other personality. This behavior is very dangerous and not advice to have the transgender operation. Because once the patient change their mind or give up this behavior, they can not go back to the original gender. It is a no return operation.
2) This interview intention to educate people not motivate them to have the sexual transgender operation. It is for the GID patients only. It is a painful and expensive operation and can not be reverse.

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Dr. Pichet Rodochareon MD Head of Division of Plastic Surgery Rajavithi Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand +661-813-0373 pichet81@asiaaccess.net.th 662905070099 pichet@bangkokplasticsurgery.com http://www.bangkokplasticsurgery.com chest FTM surgery

Dr. Preecha Tiewtranon MD Chollada Clinic 70/4, Sukhumvit Soi 1, Sukumvit Road Bangkok 10110 Thailand 662-2525560, 5 Preecha Aesthetic Institute – 7th floor, Bangkok Nursing Home Buliding 9/1 Convent Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500 Thailand +662 582 1001 http://www.pai.co.th consult@pai.co.th ansdr@samart.co.th chest FTM surgery

Dr. Sukit Worathamrong MD 454 Charansanitwong Road Soi 90 Bang-O, Bangplad Bangkok 10700 Thailand 434-9196-9 chest FTM surgery

Dr. Paisarn Asavapakuna MD 1575/52 Paholyothin Road, Samsaennai, Payathai, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand (662) 279-2349, 279-2155, 618-4209 F(662) 618-4210 FTM surgery

Dr. Greechart Pornsinsirirak MD Yan Hee General Hospital, 454 CharunsanitwongRoad (Soi 90), Bang-O Bangpad, Bangkok, 10700, Thailand Tel : +66 (0)28790300 Ext 1035 Fax : +66 (0)2 8790395 E-Mail : greechartp@yahoo.com http://www.yanhee.net/serv_sexreass.htm FTM surgery

Dr. Prakob Thongphiew MD, Bumrungrad Hospital 33 Sukumvit Soi 3, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand (66-2) 667-1000 F(66-2)667-1299 info@bumrungrad.com (atn Pat Pongsatit, International Patient Services) FTM surgery

Dr. Chettawut Tulayaphanich MD Vibhavadi II Hospital Bangkok http://www.chet-plasticsurgery.com FTM surgery

Dr. Sirachai Sirachai Jindarak MD Deja General Hospital Bangkok http://www.sexchange-bangkok.com SRS FTM surgery

Dr. Paiboon Chitprapai MD Bangkok Hospital http://www.bangkokhospital.com/english/uro/uro_sexchange.asp SRS FTM Surgery

Dr. Pichet Rodchareon MD Vibhavadi II Hospital Bangkok http://www.bangkokplasticsurgery.com FTM surgery

Dr. Bhumsak Saksri MD Vibhavadi II Hospital Bangkok http://neopsc.com FTM surgery

Dr. Kamol Pansritum MD Bangkok Hospital http://www.mtfsurgery.com FTM surgery

Dr. Sanguan Kunaporn MD Phuket Plastic Surgery Center 20/44 Mae Luan Road, Phuket 83000, Thailand +66 76 221631 F+66 76 236145 (66-1) 6913461 info@phuket-plasticsurgery.com http://phuket-plasticsurgery.com FTM Surgery

Dr. Choomchoke JANWIMALUANG MD Ban Don Hospital Koh Samui, Thailand http://www.srsthailand.com FTM surgery

Dr. Jirapong POONY MD Pattaya International Hospital Pattaya, Thailand http://www.pattaya-inter-hospital.co.th FTM surgery

Dr. Suporn WATANYUSAKUL MD Aikchol Hospital Chonburi, Thailand http://srs-thailand.com FTM surgery

Fiona-Wendolyn Kim PhD at Dr Suporn Clinic, Chonburi, Thailand fwkim@kim-lertsubin.com

The term for FTM in Thai is Tom. (Peter Jackson Genders and S in Modern Thailand (1999, ed. with Nerida Cook), Multicultural Queer: Australian Narratives (1999, ed. with Gerard Sullivan), and Lady Boys, Tom Boys, Rent Boys: Male and Female in Contemporary Thailand (1999, ed. with Gerard Sullivan). http://wwwsshe.murdoch.edu.au/intersections/Intersections Peter.Jackson@anu.edu.au

Kulavir P. Pipat Chiang Mai Univ Chiang Mai, Thailand kulavair@chiangmai.ac.th

Thomas Shulich Chiang Mai Univ Thailand ThaiResearch@hotmail.com

Sam Winter Prof U Hong Kong sjwinter@hku.hk

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