Discover Medical Categories Available in Philippines

Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery 45 clinics

Diagnostic Imaging 45 clinics

General Medicine 33 clinics

Urology 33 clinics

Dermatology 32 clinics

Orthopedics 31 clinics

General Surgery 30 clinics

Cosmetology 29 clinics

Dentistry 29 clinics

Ophthalmology 25 clinics

Dentistry Packages 23 clinics

Gynecology 22 clinics

Oncology 21 clinics

Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) 14 clinics

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 11 clinics

Reproductive Medicine 9 clinics

Hair Restoration 8 clinics

Colorectal Medicine 8 clinics

Rheumatology 6 clinics

Endocrinology 6 clinics

Bariatric Surgery 5 clinics

Psychology 5 clinics

Psychiatry 5 clinics

Neurology 5 clinics

Allergology 4 clinics

Spinal Surgery 4 clinics

Cardiology 4 clinics

Neurosurgery 4 clinics

Gastroenterology 4 clinics

Immunology 3 clinics

Vascular Medicine 3 clinics

Pulmonary and Respiratory Medicine 3 clinics

Maxillofacial Surgery 3 clinics

Nephrology 3 clinics

Laboratory Medicine 3 clinics

Regenerative Medicine 2 clinics

Pediatrics 1 clinics

Infectious Diseases 1 clinics

Discover the Regions of Philippines

Abra 5 clinics

Agusan del Norte 54 clinics

Agusan del Sur 1 clinics

Aklan 4 clinics

Albay 4 clinics

Antique 1 clinics

Apayao 1 clinics

Aurora 1 clinics

Basilan 0 clinics

Bataan 2 clinics

Batanes 1 clinics

Batangas 8 clinics

Benguet 3 clinics

Biliran 1 clinics

Bohol 2 clinics

Bukidnon 0 clinics

Bulacan 1 clinics

Cagayan 3 clinics

Camarines Norte 2 clinics

Camarines Sur 2 clinics

Camiguin 0 clinics

Capiz 0 clinics

Catanduanes 1 clinics

Cavite 4 clinics

Cebu 3 clinics

Compostela Valley 0 clinics

North Cotabato 0 clinics

Davao del Norte 1 clinics

Davao del Sur 2 clinics

Davao Occidental 0 clinics

Davao Oriental 0 clinics

Dinagat Islands 0 clinics

Eastern Samar 0 clinics

Guimaras 0 clinics

Ifugao 0 clinics

Ilocos Norte 0 clinics

Ilocos Sur 1 clinics

Iloilo 0 clinics

Isabela 0 clinics

Kalinga 1 clinics

La Union 1 clinics

Laguna 3 clinics

Lanao del Norte 0 clinics

Lanao del Sur 0 clinics

Leyte 0 clinics

Maguindanao 0 clinics

Marinduque 0 clinics

Masbate 0 clinics

Metro Manila 50 clinics

Misamis Occidental 0 clinics

Misamis Oriental 0 clinics

Mountain Province 0 clinics

Negros Occidental 0 clinics

Negros Oriental 0 clinics

Northern Samar 0 clinics

Nueva Ecija 2 clinics

Nueva Vizcaya 0 clinics

Occidental Mindoro 0 clinics

Oriental Mindoro 0 clinics

Palawan 1 clinics

Pampanga 6 clinics

Pangasinan 2 clinics

Quezon 0 clinics

Quirino 0 clinics

Rizal 1 clinics

Romblon 0 clinics

Western Samar 0 clinics

Sarangani 0 clinics

Siquijor 0 clinics

Sorsogon 0 clinics

South Cotabato 0 clinics

Southern Leyte 0 clinics

Sultan Kudarat 0 clinics

Sulu 0 clinics

Surigao del Norte 0 clinics

Surigao del Sur 1 clinics

Tarlac 0 clinics

Tawi-Tawi 0 clinics

Zambales 1 clinics

Zamboanga del Norte 0 clinics

Zamboanga del Sur 1 clinics

Zamboanga Sibugay 0 clinics

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About Philippines

The Philippines is an island country in Southeast Asia and has around 7,641 tropical islands, including its three main island groups, Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. It is home to numerous emerald rice terraces, white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, and lively megacities. Aside from the beautiful attractions, the country also offers superior medical centers. As a result, the country is now an emerging medical tourism destination. The Philippines welcomes more and more medical tourists each year because of its certified medical professionals, internationally accredited hospitals, modern equipment, and affordable costs. The most popular procedures are cosmetic surgery, dermatology, dentistry, and ophthalmology. Recently, people also come to the country for cardiac surgeries. 

Popular Cities and Regions

More than 100 million people live in the Philippines, with Quezon City as the most populous city. Manila is the capital of the country with countless cultural and historic sites that are waiting to be discovered by visitors, such as Fort Santiago, National Museum of the Filipino People, Rizal Park, and San Agustin Church. Another famous metropolis is Cebu City, which is well-known for its restaurants, bars, and club scenes. For those who are looking to soak up the sunshine while lounging on a beach, El Nido is the perfect place. It is surrounded by many incredible and serene beaches such as Nacpan Beach, Duli Beach, and Maremegmeg Beach. Other must-visit cities include Puerto Galera, Puerto Princesa, and Iloilo.


Most international visitors will arrive at Manila NAIA International Airport, which operates flights to many cities around the world. Since the Philippines is an archipelago, getting around is mostly done by air or by sea. Budget airlines, such as AirAsia, Cebu Pacific, and PAL Express, are the easiest and most affordable options. If you want to travel by sea, you can sail on RORO ferries from Manila to many major seaside cities. To travel inside large cities, taxis and jeepneys are available. 


Citizens of China and India can apply for a visa on arrival (for a fee). The country grants visa-free entry to citizens of certain countries, including Singapore, the US, and the EU countries. Visitors can stay for up to 59 days in the country. It is advisable to check at your nearest Embassy of the Philippines for the visa requirements.


In general, the weather is hot and humid, with three seasons. Summer is from March to May, and the weather can be extremely hot and dry. The rainy season starts in June and ends in November, so tourists should be ready for rain showers, and typhoons are common. The dry season is between December and February, there are not many rainy days, and the temperature is cooler.

Additional Info
  1. Local Currency: Philippine Peso is the official currency, and the current exchange rate to 1 USD is 51 PHP.
  2. Money & Payments: ATMs are plentiful, and credit cards are accepted in many restaurants, hotels, and shops (mostly Visa and MasterCard). Tipping can be expected, especially in restaurants and by tour guides.
  3. Local Language: Filipino or Tagalog is the most widely spoken language, but most people also speak English as it is one of the official languages. 
  4. Local Culture and Religion: The major religion is Christianity, followed by Islam.
  5. Public holidays: Some of the important public holidays are New Year’s Day, Araw ng Kagitingan, Independence Day, and National Hero’s Day.