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There are a lot of boats, both traditional and otherwise, on display here, but there are also broader displays. Don't miss the second floor, with dioramas showing the various cultures that have come to and influenced the culture of the archipelago—really gives a feel for...More
After visiting Railway station of Jakarta Kota, Museum Wayang, BNI bank building, it's better to visit Maritime museum too.
I rode bajaj to go here. Or you can use application based taxi like Gojek or Grab to reach this museum. I payed only idr 15k...More
After going through the first floor with miniature ship models, "be sure" to go up to the second floor where you'll see just "plenty of" these life-sized wax figures of the famous maritime explorers & worldwide travelers such as Vasco de Gama, Marco Polo, James...More
A nice historic building, the collection is amazing and well maintained,m. You will see that Batavia is one of the most Harbour since years ago. This place is actually a hall to collect ‘rempah’ before being shipped.
If you are in this area dont forget...More
Just spent a splendid new year's eve here in the museum organized by the museum all together with those history enthusiasts: watching from documentary to some old historical movies, enjoying a guided night tour at the museum, enjoying the fireworks from the top of the...More
We had a real problem to find it on foot, as it is situated in a rough part of town. If the other museums were up to this standard it would have been good. Many of the exhibits were well displayed and explained, there was...More
We visited this museum not expecting much as the entrance fee was small. However, the museum exceeded expectations. Located in a beautiful historical building, the museum gave a nice overview of the history of seafarers who visited Jakarta. Well worth a visit! Your ticket includes...More
The Dutch East India Company warehouses that make up this museum are extraordinary--massive beams, thick walls, and one of the few places you can see architecture from the 1700s in Jakarta. However, the displays were highly uneven. There was an excellent board explaining enslavement and...More