Such synergy will strengthen Indonesia’s tourism branding, particularly because the number of Chinese tourists visiting Bali reached 1.36 million in 2018.
To attract Chinese tourists, the minister has asked the park management to offer Chinese food.
The minister also hoped that Nusa Park would organize a digital market in cooperation with Generasi Pesona Indonesia (Genpi) to produce various co-creations to attract millennial tourists.
Nusa Park is a tourist destination that offers an experience to tour Indonesia in one location.
Located in Banjarangkan Banjar Blahpane Kelod, Sidan, Gianyar, Bali, the 15-hectare park is home to more than 60 traditional homes, museums of ethnography, wayang (puppet shadow show), and traditional clothes, among other things.