first time i came here is when im still an elementary student. lot of stuff repaired and now it has a good maintenance and still keep the historical building as it is.
Historical museum, where when you walk into the building you can feel the atmosphere back in year 1955 where the Asia African Confrence begun. Although its old building but they keep it clean and no dust. Great place for them who love historic holidays.
This should be the most Historical Building in Bandung City,it should have been opened for public, as a museum ,or as a historical place. Sadly , the city govt didnt see this building as a potential tourist destination.The building is not opened for public ,unless you are in groups or you already make the necessary permission to visit. It has... More
That was mt twice time to went there. When the first time i went there, this place was so quite. But when I went there again with my family, this place was so crowded. A lot of people "KONGKOW" hanging out over there. This place was so good, with old building and a lot of flagpoles. Really good for taking... More
if you dont have appointment (that means, you have to come with group). they will not open & you can only see from the outside
It's a high technology museum with so many documentations and the conference room with many mannequins, good to see if you're with many people, maybe a bit creepy if you're only with few people. The building itself is a quite nice architecture.
I am a fan of history. But I never set my expectations high for museums in Indonesia. Even with that standards, the Asian-African Conference Museum is one I consider very poorly displayed and very bland. Aside from several exhibitions of statues and placards with historical explanations, the museum offers nothing much. The main hall does not have a sense of... More
Overall this would bore children to death. It is about a most interesting conference that was held several decades ago. The hall is still occasionally used. I was able to take many photographs in their although others said it was not allowed. I saw no signs to the contrary. The building is interesting architecturally. To me it is an interesting... More
This building actually is Asia Africa Confrence but already convert as a museum. The light is great, the house keeping is good but one aspect that let me down...you can not take a photograph in museum. I don't know what is their reason but it will be more wonderful if we can take a photo anywhere. Am I right?
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