The Indonesian Independence Day is fast approaching, so why not take this opportunity to visit these 5 Museums as your destinations.
Museum Sejarah Fatahillah, Jakarta.
1. Museum Sejarah Fatahillah (Museum Sejarah Jakarta)
Fatahillah Museum was formerly the city hall of Batavia and was built by the Governor General Joan Van Hoorn in 1707-1712. There are many historical objects that you can find in this museum. Starting from the history of Jakarta, replicas of heritage, and antique furniture.
2. Museum Perumusan Naskah Proklamasi (Munasprok)
Munasprok is a monument building for the process of formulating the text of proclamation of Indonesia’s Independence Day. Inside the Munasprok building there are rooms that depict a similar atmosphere when the Indonesian Independence Day event took place for the first time. In addition to that, you will also find a collection of ancient furniture and other accessories
3. Gedung Joang ‘45
Not only at Munasprok, you can also find a track record of Indonesian Independence Day at Gedung Joang ‘45. At Gedung Joang ‘45 you will find a large collection of relics of the Indonesian warriors. Starting from the official cars, photo collections documenting the reading of the text of the proclamation, and paintings depicting the struggles of previous heroes.
4. Museum Kebangkitan Nasional
Museum Kebangkitan Nasional was built as a monument to the birth and development of a national consciousness. Furthermore, it is also a museum that is able to develop a modern movement organization for the first time.
5. Museum Sumpah Pemuda
In Museum Sumpah Pemuda you will find a special collection related to the Youth Pledge.
Those were the 5 recommendation museums that you can go to, as a reference to celebrate the Indonesian Independence Day on August 17th.