Suriname is the smallest country in South America. It has one international airport, which is located around 50 kilometers from Paramaribo, the capital of the country.
There are many cuisines in South America and beyond that claim to have diverse influences, but the influences that have helped to form Surinamese cuisine are truly varied. The reason for this is that this small nation in the north of the continent was a Dutch colony for several centuries, and slaves were transported to the country from Africa, Indonesia, China and East India.
Officially name: The Republic of Suriname
Largest city: Paramaribo
Official language: Dutch
Government: Constitutional democracy