Founded in 1982, this museum explores the fascinating relationship between botany and Indonesian ethnic culture. Among the ... More
Bogor Museum of Ethnobotany
Founded in 1982, this museum explores the fascinating relationship between botany and Indonesian ethnic culture. Among the exhibited items are 1,300 artifacts from various regions in the Indonesian archipelago that are all made from botanical materials. The display features household items, toys, aboriginal outfits and armors, as well as farming, fishing and musical equipment. A herbarium and a library complement the museum, which is part of the Botany Division of the Indonesian Institute of Sciences.
I don't like its lighting. too dim somehow! and it happens on every museums in Indonesia. regarding to its very cheap entry ticket, they might not allowed to using more powerful lamp. pity, but this place is a very good place to see and learn all about botany in Indonesia especially.
The Batavian Society of the Arts and Sciences was established on this site in 1778. Due to its rapid growth,
the building was transformed into a museum in 1862. Among its collections are fine ethnographic and pre historic items, ...
In 1908, Indonesia's first medical school building witnessed the most important phase of the nation's struggle for independence from the
Dutch. Young medical students and intellectuals gathered here for awakening meetings and for the establishment of the first political ...
This old City Hall of Batavia occupies the site of its two predecessors. The current building of fine Dutch architecture
was completed in 1710 and once served many civic and judiciary functions. Beneath the front portico lie some cells ...