Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Tourism, Gastronomy, and Tourist Destination (ICTGTD 2018)

The Negative Impact of Rapid Growth of Culinary Tourism in Bandung City: Implementation of Innovative and Eco- Friendly Model Are Imperative

Authors
Prety Diawati, Henry H. Loupias
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Prety Diawati
Available Online March 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/ictgtd-18.2018.44How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Culinary tourism, Eco-friendly design, Garbage, Innovation, Packaging design
Abstract
Bandung is known as a culinary city mainly by domestic tourists from Jakarta. The negative impact of the visit was an increased volume of garbage around 100 -200 tons / weekends. In addition, about 75% of garbage derived from styrofoam food packaging and drink plastic bottles. In order to face the problem of increasing the volume of garbage as the negative impact of culinary tourism, it is necessary to do the right solution. One effort is to innovate culinary products by developing foods that can be packed with natural materials. Innovative packaging has attractiveness and selling power. However, innovation is an effort to face a competitive market.The purpose of this study is to explain the phenomenon of culinary tourism in Bandung City. The research used descriptive methods. The research samples are culinary products and its packagings that are widely consumed by domestic tourists from Jakarta or other cities
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