Indonesian food culture mapping: a starter contribution to promote Indonesian culinary tourism

  title={Indonesian food culture mapping: a starter contribution to promote Indonesian culinary tourism},
  author={Serli Wijaya},
  journal={Journal of Ethnic Foods},
  • Serli Wijaya
  • Published 1 December 2019
  • Economics
  • Journal of Ethnic Foods
The food culture of Indonesia is shaped by several factors such as nature, history, and culture. With its enormous geographic and cultural diversity across the archipelagos, it is evident that Indonesian cuisine is rich in variety and taste. As such, food can be utilised as a strategic means to boost the tourism industry of the country. In the past 5 years, the Indonesian government has given a great support for the development of culinary tourism as one special interest tourism sector that is… 
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