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Well, this is my first post here and I thought it would be good to share to all of you. First destination was Museum Angkut (kind of unique transportation all around the world). I had so much fun here, in museum angkut because the entertainment...More
This museum actually contain not only "topeng" but all Indonesian heritage. When i entered this museum i didn't really excited, but when some staff approached me and explained all the stuff there, i really enjoy the museum.
For me this place is good because :...More
This museum really spectacular because a lot of things like statue or mask and explain of the history very clearly and complete. Beside that i like because when i come i can feel mistique aura and make me want come again and again
This place is located in museum angkut area.. If you come to museum angkut.. You can also come to this museum free..
They have a lot of mask collection.. You will learn about the story behind the mask and know about all mask from all...More
This museum contains filled with all kinds of masks from various regions in Indonesia. A tour guide explains fluently about the story of each mask. Ranging from ethnic to ritual ceremonies, to the mystical. Sometimes we shudder to listen to his story and be amazed...More
We visited here while waiting for the street concert in the transport museum. A very good way to spend 30-40 minutes. A great collection if historical artifacts from all over Indonesia. The masks they have are intriguing. Well worth the time to visit. It is...More
Bangsa yang besar adalah bangsa yang tidak melupakan sejarah
a great nation is the nation who did not forget their history and ancient
I disagree for those people who said that this place is boring
There is a tour guide provided free from entering the...More
There is a massive collection of artifacts, masks and batiks. There is a traditional band playing once in a while. If you are into history, it is better to grab a guide to explain the exhibit for you at the entrance.