Good Indonesian Food Tour, the first gastronomic trip designer aims to present Indonesia’s culinary heritage to the world, announces the launch of Year-End GastroTrip with 14 different activities are now available. On its newest culinary excursion, Good Indonesian Food Tour takes well-cultured foodies and travelers, planning to spend their 2018 year-end holiday on a new path along the three of the most culturally significant cities in the country; Bali, Jogjakarta, and Jakarta.

Millennial travelers today are looking for more authentic and engaging travel experiences when visiting a destination, immersing themselves in local authentic lifestyle, customs and culture as a way to connect with people and really get beneath the surface of a place. Food tells the story of a destination in a way that travelers learn about, appreciates, and/or consumes food and drink that reflects the local, regional and national cuisine, history, heritage, culture, and its people.

One of the programs offered from GastroTrip collection is Canggu Instafood Hunting with Skutis where guests get the opportunity to explore the sights, sounds, and rich flavors of Indonesia through the island’s hippest, most coveted nomadic destination, Canggu. Guests will savor local specialties with an international touch as they follow the local Foodie Buddy on an electric scooter from one beloved, Instagram-worthy spots and eateries to the next. This 3-hour tour is perfect for all ages and fitness levels.

The Year End GastroTrip is also in line with a campaign developed by the Tourism Ministry to promote nomadic tourism dedicated to further enhance the millennials’ tourism experience. “Some of the primary characters of nomadic tourism are creativity and impermanence. Canggu is a perfect example of a nomadic destination where there are many creative eateries and shops as well as stunning co-working spaces available for millennial travelers. Canggu itself has been recognized as one of the best nomadic destinations in the world”, said Vita Datau, Head of Acceleration Team for the Development of Culinary and Shopping Tourism

“Through the Year End GastroTrip program, we are aiming to enrich foodies’ holiday experience by immersing themselves in well-curated local based gastronomy activities as well as promoting a wide array of wonderful gastronomy attractions available in Bali, Jogjakarta, and Jakarta” explained Astrid Maharani Prajogo, Founder and Managing Director of Good Indonesian Food.

The Year End GastroTrip season starts December 20th, 2018 and will continue until January 1st, 2019. There are 14 different packages of gastronomic trips available with price starting at IDR 150,000 per person that can be purchased online from These activities last approximately 3 to 6 hours each, enabling guests an immersive gastronomy experience.

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