Museum Of The Asian-african Conference, Bandung

Currently Open [Closes at 04:00 pm]
  • Address: Gedung Merdeka at Jalan Asia Afrika Number 65, Bandung, Indonesia
  • Timings: 08:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +62-224233564
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museum, Museum, History Museum, Educational Site, Historical Site, Family And Kids
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About Museum Of The Asian-african Conference, Bandung

The venue for the historic first Asian African Conference held in 1955, this museum is now recognized as tone of the milestones in the world history. Bringing together 29 Asian and African countries, this conference was one of the pioneers of peace during the turbulent times of cold war.In order to remind the world and to continue to act on the principles of the Bandung Declaration, the venue of this memorable first Asian African Conference – Gedung Merdeka - was made into a Museum to become a continuous source of inspiration for the world, and in particular for  Asian and African nations.

With lots of collectibles, paintings, memoirs and photographs from the conference, today, the museum is a epitome of modern day Indonesian culture. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Bandung itinerary 1 day.

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Museum Of The Asian-african Conference, Bandung Reviews

  • No doubt this is the best museum in Bandung. Located in strategic area of the city and very easy to reach. This place is very clean and enjoyable. Absolutely perfect museum without hectic situations like the others. This museum provides the story of Asia Africa Conference with comprehensive information on every single item that they have. Great place to learn about history and spend the day in Bandung.

  • This is where you can learn about the historic Asia-Africa Conference, where many countries dubbed "The Third World" came together to discuss their standings in a world currently caught in a Cold War. The museum itself is pretty small, but it's enough to contain the entire collections. You can find some spots designed to take photographs. The inside of the museum is air conditioned. No route markings, though, so there is a possibility you'll read the info backwards.

  • The great and historical building with thousand story about Asia-Africa Nations struggling for their existing and peaceful. This building also completed with library and other documentary about Asia-Africa Conference held in this place in 1955. Right place for students or whoever interested in history Asia-Africa Nations.

  • Was at a seminar held in this historical building. The museum is not spacious but present visitors with quite detailed information of the building and the Asia Africa Conference itself. With its art deco architecture, the building (and it's surroundings) is a nice spot to shoot some photos.

  • One of Bandung's most popular heritage building. It was the place for the famous Asia-Africa Conference. Well maintained until today, although the last time I went there was about 5 years ago. If you visit the museum, the guide will tell you stories about the building.

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