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A place that worth to visit and how Indonesia played the role as host of the Asia-Africa conference - historicaly & culturally.
You may have some extra attractions at night-time where along the Jl.Asia-Afrika will be full of people within thier various famous costumes by...More
This museum is famous for holding the first intercontinental summit in Bandung ( Indonesia) after the secong world war which took place in 1955.
The museum is located in Asia -Afrik street and in front of an old Bank in Dutch architecture.
There is no...More
This is a good museum to tell the Asian-African Conference. Lots of old magazines, newspaper clippings, and photographs of the event. For me, a local, it's impressive to see how Bandung was a host to it! I got shiver seeing photographs of world leaders at...More
I always enjoy visiting history museums abroad, you always get a slightly different perspective form what you've learned in school. The same goes for this museum, they have general info about the WWII and the Cold War, as these are important for the conference. Before...More
The Asia-Africa Conference of 1955 signalled the beginning of the post-colonial era and the unity of former colonies now facing a world split between the capitalist West and the communist East. The museum is easily worth an hour of your time if you have an...More