National Museum of Indonesia

Permanent Exhibition What do you think at a glance when someone mentions a national museum? Perhaps it will be a huge place with a ton of the country's collections. Correct! In National Museum of Indonesia, you could explore anything regarding Indonesian culture and tradition, furthermore amazed with Indonesia magnificence. In terms of building structure, National Museum of Indonesia is divided into Building A and Building B. Furthermore, Building C is still under construction. As additional information, many people think this museum's name is Elephant Museum due to there being a small elephant statue in front of Building A, however the statue actually was a present from Thai King when visited Indonesia. Furthermore,  National Museum of Indonesia  attempted to change the image of the museum name. So that, in the middle of Building A and B there is Ku Yakin Sampai Disana Statue with a waveform made of bronze by I Nyoman Nuarta with the meaning of three dimensions of life tha

National Library of the Republic of Indonesia

  This is my first time visiting the National Library of the Republic of Indonesia on Sunday, after previously not being able to visit it on weekends. To visit, please check the updated opening schedule and visit the following website to get a QR-Code. Remarks : QR-Code for the queue of visitors to the National Library of the Republic of Indonesia is merely valid on the same day. Check in and check out can be done at the old building, then continue to the new building which is showing the photos of several Indonesian heroes including Indonesia's first president and vice president. In the center of the building there is also a row of book stacks that rise high up. If you want to explore the entire area of ​​the National Library of the Republic of Indonesia to avoid the elevators which are always crowded, visitors would be better to visit the 24th floor first, then visit rooms on the lower floors. View of the National Monument from the 24th Floor One of