Lets just say, that if there are no complications it can be ok.
If you have complications and are a foreigner, then the cost can elicit an 'OMG!!!".
My advice is to have solid medical insurance. if your employer does not have it (and some MNC's don't supply maternity insurance) , get it yourself , which is what we did.
It might be that your pregnancy and birth will proceed fine (hope so) - but for both my children we had multiple stays in Hospital (Gleneagles, who are very good), c-sections in both cases and for one (a pre term birth) a longish stay in NICU. The first preganacy cost about $60k, our most recent one (he was born on the 29th november and just came home today, yay!) hmm - 8 times in hospital, 14 days in NICU, doctors bills, $100k easy.
It obviously depends on your circumstances and your risk appetite and how your preganacy is going - and ours is certainly an extreme case of course - but even minor issues can be expensive. The insurance is well worth it in my view.