June 30, 2020, 10.30 PM

KOMPAS.com – A newly-published French magazine Bumbu (Spice) is the latest push by the country’s Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy to promote Indonesian tourism.

Bumbu is the first French-language magazine covering the topics of Indonesian food and culinary culture.

It is the tourism ministry’s latest Indonesian foray into culinary diplomacy.

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Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy Deputy of Marketing Nia Niscaya hopes that Indonesian food can be used as a soft diplomacy tool to attract visitors to travel to Indonesia.

“Indonesian tourism is hoped to be top of mind in terms of attracting future tourists namely in France,” Nia said.

Bumbu is the byproduct of a partnership between the Visit Indonesia Tourism Office in France and the Bumbu team based in Indonesia.

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Bumbu magazine aims to attract French tourists to visit Indonesia.

Nia Niscaya said Indonesia is one of the world’s biggest producers of spices. As such, Indonesian food is renowned for its unique flavor.

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