AMSTERDAM, June 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --
Booking.com data from over 50,000 global travelers, reveals six in ten travelers (61%) pick a destination for great food or drink. There's no denying the significance of culinary travel, with more than a third (34%) of travelers, rising to 40% of millennials, planning to take a food trip in 2018.
Almost half (49%) of travelers hope to be more adventurous with the type of cuisine they eat, rising to 60% of millennials. One way to achieve this is to sample local delicacies whilst traveling. Almost two thirds (64%) of travelers will try to eat more local food in 2018.
Top destinations for local food Ipoh, Malaysia Kaohsiung, Taiwan Nagoya, Japan Johor Bahru, Malaysia João Pessoa, Brazil Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Colmar, France Lima, Peru Catania, Italy
More than half of travelers (54%) want to experience unique dining experiences when traveling and food trucks are the perfect way to do this.
Top destinations for food trucks Portland, USA Sao Paulo, Brazil Seoul, South Korea Bangkok, Thailand Istanbul, Turkey
Read the full release here: https://globalnews.booking.com/going-local-is-the-essential-ingredient-for-an-unforgettable-foodie-adventure/
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