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Indonesia wants to use culinary and shopping tourism to boost visitors numbers

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The tourist boost will go from 12 million last year to 20 million by 2019, the country’s Tourism Ministry, says.

In an interview with EFE, Datau noted the great potential of Indonesia’s resources from a culinary point of view and commercial offerings to contribute to the growth fo tourism.

Indonesia welcomed 10 million in 2015 and 12 million in 2016

The target for this year is to reach 15 million, then 17 million in 2018 and 20 million in 2019, of which 2.3 million people are expected to be linked to culinary tourism and an even higher number to shopping, the tourism official said.

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The tourist boost will go from 12 million last year to 20 million by 2019, the country’s Tourism Ministry, says.

In an interview with EFE, Datau noted the great potential of Indonesia’s resources from a culinary point of view and commercial offerings to contribute to the growth fo tourism.

Indonesia welcomed 10 million in 2015 and 12 million in 2016

The target for this year is to reach 15 million, then 17 million in 2018 and 20 million in 2019, of which 2.3 million people are expected to be linked to culinary tourism and an even higher number to shopping, the tourism official said.

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Source Article :

http://www.skynews.com.au/news/world/asiapacific/2017/05/10/indonesia-to-encourage-tourism-through-food.html

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