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.
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, ...
With over 168 sprawling hectares, this safari park is recognized as being one of the most successful breeding centers of
endangered species in the world. Sumatran and albino tigers, rhinoceroses and China bears are just a few of the ...
Museum Rudana opened in 1995. This three story museum on the road to Denpasar features a good collection of interesting
antiques as well as modern paintings and drawings. The collection ranges from 1840's Balinese calendars to modern pieces by ...