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The Best Museums in Indonesia Recommended for a Fun Vacation – Besides we can get to know the history more deeply, take pictures at instagenic spots, we also won’t get too hot while traveling. Which museums can you visit?

1. Museum Angkut – Batu

Museum Angkut dikenal dengan koleksi transportasinya, baik di Indonesia maupun level dunia. Berbagai macam jenis transportasi bisa kamu temui di sini, mulai dari sepeda, mobil, kapal hingga pesawat. Museum Angkut ini digadang sebagai museum transportasi pertama dan terbesar di seluruh Asia Tenggara. Saking bagusnya, kamu harus siap-siap dengan antreannya yang panjang saat ke sini.

2. Museum Nasional Indonesia – Jakarta

The museum, which is located in the center of the capital city of Jakarta, is the largest in Indonesia. This museum is also often known as the Elephant Museum, because of the bronze elephant statue given by King Chulalongkorn of Thailand in 1871. This European-style museum holds about 141,000 historical and prehistoric objects from various periods.

3. Museum Fatahillah – Jakarta

Fatahillah Museum is located in the Old City of Jakarta and was once the City Hall of Jakarta during the Old Batavia era. On March 30, 1974, the building was turned into a museum containing relics of that era. Inside there are a total of 23,500 historical objects, both in original and replica forms.

4. Museum Blanco Renaissance – Ubud

Bali is not only a fun hangout place, but also a place that is thick with art. One of them is the Blanco Renaissance Museum, founded by Antonio Blanco, an artist of Spanish descent. Antonio has traveled the world to deepen his knowledge of art. Until finally he stopped in Bali in 1952. Inside this museum, there are various kinds of paintings that Antonio had made, before his death in 1999

5. Museum Ullen Sentalu – Yogyakarta

Located in Sleman Regency, the Ullen Sentalu museum showcases ancient Javanese culture and heritage from the nobles during the Mataram Dynasty. The name Ullen Sentalu is an abbreviation of the Javanese language “ulating blencong benarne tataraning lumaku”, which means “the light of the blencong (shadow puppet) is a human guide in stepping and living life”.

6. Museum Tsunami Aceh – Banda Aceh

This is a symbolic museum created as a tribute to the earthquake and tsunami disaster in 2004. This museum is also an educational center and an emergency shelter, in the event of a similar disaster again. Designed by Ridwan Kamil, this building has a room dedicated to honoring the tsunami victims by displaying their names all over the walls.

7. Museum Siwalima – Ambon

The museum is located in Ambon Bay, which makes this place even more exotic. Siwalima comes from the word ‘shiva’ taken from the word Ulisiwa which means nine and ‘five’ is taken from Patalima which means five. Thousands of collections on marine, geology, biology, and many others from Maluku are here.

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8. Museum House of Sampoerna – Surabaya

The building, which was once a stage building, is owned by the largest cigarette manufacturer in Indonesia, Sampoerna. Inside, you will find a collection of cigarettes from the first time they were made to today’s modern cigarettes.

From the second floor, you can see the process of how cigarettes are made from the Sampoerna factory which is located next door. Not only a museum, but this place also provides a cafe for those of you who are tired of walking around.

9. Museum Geologi – Bandung

For those of you who are interested in dinosaurs and ancient fossils, then this museum is for you. This building was formerly guarded by JICA Japan (Japan International Cooperation Agency). Inaugurated on August 23, 2000, the Geological Museum is used as a place for research and education purposes.

A number of collections and materials are here, mainly related to the world of geology such as rocks, fossils, and minerals as well as natural conditions. For example, such as natural disasters to the use of earth resources.

10. Museum Rekor Indonesia – Semarang

Better known as MURI, this museum located in Semarang has recorded and kept a collection of records that various Indonesians have done.

Since it was inaugurated in 1990, the enthusiasm of Indonesians to break records has been increasing, both on a national and international scale. You who want to break history too, can check the records that already exist in this museum.…

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Classic Motorcycle Museum in Malang – Classic motorbikes are one of the antiques that have a special attraction for lovers, with a special attraction for many people who flock to see them.

The officer will direct visitors to look at the classic motorcycle collection. Open every weekend, the Classic Motor Museum, which was developed by SMK NMC (National Media Center), is starting to attract tourists. Located on Jl Simpang Candi Panggung, Tunggulwulung, Malang City, the museum has 200 old motorbikes from a number of well-known automotive brands.

1. Collections from the 1930s to the latest

The collection of old motorbikes in the museum is very diverse. Starting from the type of Vespa, duck motorbike to the clutch motor, everything is there. The output year of the two-wheeled vehicle also varies from the 1930s in the form of a duck motorbike and a clutch motorbike to the Vespa type motorbike output in 2021 in the museum.

Some motorbikes also have a special history because the same model was used for filming. For example, the Honda CB 100 motorbike used for the Dilan film until the third sequel. Likewise with the Suzuki TS 100 motorbike that Raja Dangdut Rhoma Irama had used to shoot the Camelia film around 1979.

“We bring all of these collections from all over Indonesia. There is a special team looking for this classic motorbike online,” explained Azhar Arkho, manager of the National Media Center SMK NMC Classic Motor Museum, Tuesday (11/5/2021).

2. Museum as well as learning media

Furthermore, Azhar added that the classic motorbikes were not in full good condition initially. Not a few have been damaged or some spare parts are incomplete. Before entering the display, these motors will first undergo a restoration process according to the initial model when the motor was manufactured. The restoration process itself is only about polishing the paint, but there are also those who reassemble the vehicle.

“All those who carry out the restoration are from the teachers at the SMK NMC itself. So this is also a lesson for teachers at the NMC SMK,” he added.

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3. The whole collection of motorbikes can be used

Interestingly, all the classic motorbike collections can still be operated. In fact, the complete vehicle documents are still available. Taxes from each vehicle are also paid regularly.

“The letters are all still complete. There is no collection here that is bogus. Even the oldest motorbike STNK collections are still there and active,” he continued.

4. Educational events for young people

Another thing to convey through this classic motorbike museum, according to Azhar, is education for the younger generation. “For the old generation, this is also a nostalgia event that they used to have a motorbike like the one in this museum,” he continued.

The Classic Motor Museum itself was opened on Saturday (8/5/2021). For the first three months, the manager does not charge an entrance fee for visitors who want to come. But they were asked to register first through the online channel so that there was no mass build-up in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.…

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Exotic Museum in Sarawak – Next we will provide reliable articles that we have summarized and made as light as possible, so that they can be read by all people, along with exotic museums in Sarawak.

Malaysia is a country with various ethnic groups in it. This diversity does not only affect the local culture, but also the buildings that are there. Apart from this diversity, its long history has also influenced it.

So don’t be surprised if you find many buildings with different architectural styles. Some of these buildings are also used as tourist objects. Visitors can enjoy its beauty as well as learn about the history contained in it. As seen in the buildings below.

1. Sarawak State Museum is designed in the style of a house in the City of Normandy. Here there is a collection of ethnography and history of the city of Sarawak

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2. Fort Margherita was built in 1879 in the style of an English castle. Formerly functioned to protect the Kuching area from pirate attacks

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3. At the Sarawak Cultural Village visitors can experience the indigenous culture of the community and visit the traditional houses of the local tribes

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4. Astana is a palace located on the north bank of the Sarawak River. This palace was built by Charlese Brooke as a wedding gift

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5. Darul Hana Bridge is a bridge that connects the Golden Gate and Tower Bridge. 335 meters long by 3.25 meters wide

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6. Tua Pek Kong Temple is near Kuching’s waterfront. This temple is part of the Kuching Heritage Trail and was undergoing renovations

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7. The Old Pek Kong Temple was built around the 1850s in the typical style of Chinese Taoist temple architecture. The material is imported from China

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8. The Upside Down House is located in the Kuching area. The interior is intentionally installed upside down and is suitable for your photo backdrop

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9. The New Sarawak State Legislative Assembly Building is a meeting place for assembly members for deliberation

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