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The government focuses on increasing income in beachal areas and small islands on the premise that beachal areas hold considerable natural resource potential and the social potential of communities that will manage these natural resources in a sustainable manner. This study aims to examine the impact of community-based culinary tourism management in improving community welfare. This research was conducted in Kedonganan Village with descriptive qualitative method. Data were collected based on the results of interviews. The results of this study are the management of culinary tourism in Kedonganan Village is the result of high community participation which is influenced by the existence of social capital and the role of traditional villages. So that the performance of the tourism business and the welfare of the community in Kedonganan Village also experienced a significant increase.
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