Museum Of The Asian-african ConferenceCurrently 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
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museum, Museum, History Museum, Educational Site, Historical Site, Family And Kids
Museum Of The Asian-african Conference - Review
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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31.94% of people who visit Bandung include Museum Of The Asian-african Conference in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
58.14% of people start their Museum Of The Asian-african Conference visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museum Of The Asian-african Conference
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Museum Of The Asian-african Conference, Bandung Reviews
Museum gives great insight on history of civilizations and shows the past. We visited place with children and they learned much about the Asian and African movement for freedom. It is inspiring. The exposition is good. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable and English speaking. There is small Souvenir shop on exit with nice goods selection. The toilet is very clean. Meanwhile, there is no any cafeteria on site or water. The entrance is free.
I visited this place during my trip in Bandung. It is located on Braga street very near to the Town Square and Bandung Mosque. The place is mostly crowded during the weekend or holiday. It has clean and nice architecture. It tells you the history of Conference of Asia Africa. And sometimes there will a movie playing in certain time. The staffs are friendly and it is free of charge. This place is very historical and a must visit when you are in Bandung.
Managed by Ministry of Foreign Affairs. One of the most historical place for Indonesia's diplomacy. In the past, it was Dutch colonial building for music and art performance. Strategically located in the heart of Bandung city. There is a library too for you to gain knowledge about international relations, Indonesia foreign policy, and books that related to the development in Asia and Africa. It's a photogenic venue for your photoshoot. Overall, excellent. 👍
Yesterday got a great chance to visit the museum. Yass, museum always give us insight of history and makes us questioning of how things happen back then. I’m going to say that the museum is well managed, clean and successfully help students learn. I wish their collection will last longer and may give more knowledge to Indonesias next leader.
You can get free entrance tickets. Everything in here is still original, especially the conference room. A lot pictures are shown. There will be a tour guide who can explain you about the history. There are some private rooms which are closed (not for public).