Bangdung Indonesia Museums
As the number of private art museums in Indonesia continues to grow, their ability to promote art treasures has steadily grown nationally. Among the other attractions of the city, we should not forget the Grand Mosque of Bandung, which always attracts new visitors to its original design. The Jakarta-based Museum of Art and the Pasifika Museum in Bali are just two examples of the progress being made in raising public awareness of art.
The Danar Hadi Museum of Ancient Batik is one of the most important museums in the country and the largest museum of its kind in Indonesia. The museum is divided into several sections, including the Geology Museum, the National Archaeological Museum and the Archaeological Museum. On the first floor there is a large collection of artifacts, especially those found in and around Indonesia, such as ceramics, glassware, bronze and glass work, metalwork and other artifacts from around the world. On the second floor of the museum, the Geological Museum shows the gold mining areas of Papua Island, which are among the largest in the world with more than 1.5 million tons of gold, silver, copper and copper.
This is a state museum that displays various objects from West Java province, such as ceramics, glassware, bronze and glass work, metalwork and other artifacts from around the world. The Army Museum celebrates the 50th anniversary of Indonesia's independence from the United States of America (IDJust) in 2014. This museum shows the history of the military in Indonesia, as well as the military history of the country and its contributions to society.
The Army Museum is full of military memorabilia and is well worth seeing, while the Geological and Geological Museum of Bandung offers a really fascinating way to pass the time for something completely different. As a historical museum, it is protected by the government, but is a large collection of historical heritage that is worth a visit. The museum's most valuable exhibits include the oldest geology, geophysics and geosciences in the world, as well as the history of Indonesian natural history.
This data is supported by a simultaneous triangulation using data from several actors involved in the activities of the museum. The museum has a collection of over 2.5 million minerals, of which 6,000 are on display and the other 250,000 are safely stored. It had to deal with thousands of mineral deposits, rocks and so on, collected in Indonesia since 1850.
The Indonesian Museum and Bank of Indonesia are also one of the best museums in Indonesia to visit (click on the picture).
The museum houses stamp collections from all over the world and is recognized by the MURI (Indonesian Plate Museum) as having the largest collection of batiks in Indonesia. The Museum's natural history is an excellent collection of Indonesian history, which includes a large number of fossils as well as a variety of artifacts from the past and present. The museum, which opened in 1928, aims to expand the geological knowledge of visitors by exhibiting fossils, including fossils from the fauna that once lived in the Bandung area. It is located on the outskirts of the city, just a few kilometers from its main entrance and has a very good view of the surrounding area and the surrounding area.
IDThe Museum of Konperensi remembers how the Asia-Africa Conference helped to promote cultural and economic relations between the two nations. The commemorative stamp includes a 1963 stamp to mark the 50th anniversary of the first African-Indonesian Conference in Bandung, one of Java's ancient temples.
If you are a science lover or just curious about the world around you, you have never been far from a museum in Bandung, so don't hesitate to add a cultural aspect to your next weekend in the city. With low ticket prices and a downtown location, there is no reason not to visit these museums when you travel to Bandung.
In fact, according to TripAdvisor, this museum was voted my favourite museum of my choice. This list brings together the best of the most popular museums in Bandung with some tiny museums that occupy only a small space.
The ITB MZSITH could show that the management of university museums has changed due to the four roles of universities and museums. However, the Indonesian museum is in a confusing situation, where the university museum has limited opportunities to serve as the museum's main role. In addition to the above management function, it cannot use its collection in the same way as other museums in Bandung.
The Javanese ancestors and how they made batik, which has a certain stylistic significance, can be found in the museum.
The museum is housed in the Gedung Sate complex, which was partly built by the Dutch and opened in 1931 as the Post-Telegraaf telefoondienst. The Indonesian government changed the name of the museum in 1983 and in 1995 it was renamed as a museum. It is located on the second floor of the Jakarta Convention Center, just outside the city center. This museum houses the remains of war and independence in Indonesia, as well as a collection of colonial and post-war artifacts.