Sri Lanka is one of the most fascinating holiday destinations in Asia. The unique cultures and traditions of many ethnic groups, makes it a place for large number of celebrations and festivals. There is at least one religious or ethnic event in every month of the year. World spice food festival is another festival, but not directly related to ethnicity or religions. This event is all about foods and drinks.
World spice food festival is another impotent event participated by many international travelers. It is a wonderful opportunity to see the culinary culture of Sri Lanka and many other countries. This event showcases the culinary expertise from many countries. World spice food festival is an annual event, which is participated by leading personal of the hotel trade. It is not only the local participant but also foreign participants also take part in the event.
Culinary culture is an important field in the tourism industry and it is a leading reason for people to travel around the world. Holiday makers travel to far away distant destinations to experience the different foods in different countries. It has become a hobby of some people to study the different culinary cultures in different countries. Some of the popular countries participated in the event are Sri Lanka, Thailand, China, Pakistan, Egypt, Italy, USA, Vietnam, Germany, Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia.
Sri Lankan kitchen differs many ways from the other culinary cultures in the world. Sri Lankan foods are popular as very spicy foods due to the usage of many spices in large quantities. Even though the foods are spicy they are to be found very tasty by most travelers. Spices are freely available in the country and they grow in most parts of the island. Sri Lanka is popular for spices for more than several centuries. Even today, spices are an important export product of the country.
Here you get not only the pleasure of enjoying tasty food but also many other recreations such as musical events and dancing performance. The world spice food festival is organized by Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority (SLTDA).