Let’s Visit Bank Mandiri Museum
Ever visit Kota Tua Jakarta, certainly no infamiliar with the Museum Bank Mandiri, one of a series cultural heritage Kota Tua, which include: Museum of Bank Indonesia, Fatahillah Museum, Wayang Museum, Museum of Drawing Arts and Ceramics Museum, Maritime Museum, Port of Sunda kelapa, Kota Intan Bridge, Toko Merah, learn from Kota Tua history, designed by JP Coen, governor of the Dutch East Indies at that time.
Meanwhile, Bank Mandiri Museum was designed by 3 Dutch architects that JJJ de Bruyn, AP Smits and C. van de Linde. This building was built in 1929 and on January 14, 1933 was officially opened by CJ Karel Van Aalst, the 10th President of the NHM.
It’s easy to go to the museum, because the provincial government of Jakarta provides access to Busway transport, to enter the museum simply by paying the ticket Rp. 2,000 for adults, even free for children and Mandiri ATM card holders, in the entrance door of the museum visitors are greeted by two statues of guards with official style of the Dutch colonial old days style.
Well like what was in the museum? yes … wait for the next post!
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