The Implementation Of Halal Tourism For Non-Muslim Tourists In Aceh
Keywords:Non-Muslim Tourists, Halal Tourism
As a province that has the privilege of implementing Islamic law, all sectors of government and life in Aceh must be based on Islamic values, including the tourism sector, that should also have Islamic characteristics. In this case, the principle of halal tourism aims to provide security and comfort for local and foreign Muslim tourists; Muslim and non-Muslim tourists can enjoy this convenience as well.
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