"Millennials need a tourist destination which is attractive when captured on camera," Yahya said here on Monday.
According to the minister, millennials would need a tourist destination, which is well-designed.
Garut District Head, Rudy Gunawan, said Lake Cangkuang is an interesting place to take selfies. It also has a historical site such as the Cangkuang Temple and a customary village, Kampung Pulo.
"Lake Cangkuang is quite a complete tourist destination. In addition to its natural beauty, we can learn about history, take good pictures and eat good food," he said.
Previously, Garut inaugurated two other digital tourist destinations in Lake Bagendit in Banyuresmi Subdistrict and Dayeuh Manggung in Cilawu Subdistrict.
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