Indonesia the land of Museums & Cultural Institutions

Indonesia has thousands of Museums and cultural heritage sites. Following is only a partial list taken from the Wikipedia:

 North Jakarta and Thousand Islands

  1. Maritime Museum
  2. Onrust Archaeology Park

 

Indonesian Museum

Central Jakarta

  1. Gedung Joang ’45
  2. Gedung Kesenian Jakarta
  3. Gedung Mohammad Hoesni Thamrin
  4. Jakarta Cathedral Museum
  5. Jakarta Planetarium
  6. Monas
  7. Museum Adam Malik (1985, closed in 2005)[6]
  8. Museum Anatomy Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Indonesia
  9. Museum Jenderal Besar DR. Abdul Haris Nasution
  10. Museum Kebangkitan Nasional
  11. Museum Pers ANTARA
  12. Museum Perumusan Naskah Proklamasi (the site where the text of the nation’s proclamation of independence was composed in 1945)
  13. Museum Puri Bhakti Renatama
  14. National Gallery of Indonesia
  15. National Museum or Museum Gajah

National Museum of Press in Solo.

East Jakarta

Oei Hong Djien Museum, Indonesia

  1. Reksa Artha Museum
  2. Satrian Mandala Museum
  3. Waspada Purbawisesa Museum
  4. Ragunan Zoo

Yogyakarta

Sana Budaya Museum (1939)

Java

Asian–African Conference Museum, Bandung

  1. Bandung Geological Museum, Bandung (1928)
  2. Bandung Zoo, Bandung (1933)
  3. Barli Museum, Bandung
  4. Bogor Zoological Museum, Bogor (1894)
  5. Indonesia Post Museum, Bandung
  6. Kraton Kacirebonan Museum, Cirebon
  7. Museum Prabu Geusan Ulun, Purwakarta
  8. Museum Tanah Nasrel, Bogor
  9. Percandian Batujaya Museum, Karawang
  10. Wangsit Mandala Siliwangi Museum

Educational Museum

  1. Brawijaya Museum, Malang
  2. Mpu Tantular State Museum
  3. Museum Tugu Pahlawan, Surabaya
  4. Trowulan Museum, Trowulan (1987)

Lesser Sunda Islands

Bali

  1. Agung Rai Museum of Art
  2. Bali Museum (1930)
  3. Blanco Renaissance Museum
  4. Buleleng Museum, Singaraja
  5. Le Mayeur Museum, Sanur
  6. Museum Rudana
  7. Museum Semarajaya
  8. Neka Art Museum, Ubud (1982)[7]
  9. Purbakala Archaeological Museum
  10. Puri Lukisan Museum

West Nusa Tenggara

East Nusa Tenggara

Aceh

Aceh Tsunami Museum, Banda Aceh.

Aceh Museum

North Sumatra

Riau and Riau Islands

 

West Sumatra

Rumah Gadang, a traditional Minang house of West Sumatra

Bengkulu

Jambi

South Sumatra and Bangka–Belitung Islands

Lampung

Kalimantan

Wasaka Museum in Banjarmasi

 Sulawesi

Maluku

Papua

  • Asmat Museum of Culture and Progress, Agats (1973)

 

Read about many more HERE


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