This museum has so many collections of all the traditional attributes in Nias. Surprisingly, this place is owned and managed by a missionary from Germany (as I remembered, explained by the guide). The government doesn't have any part taken in developing this place, too bad for that.
Besides the museum, the area also offers a good view of the beach you can directly enjoy. The place is also completed by a small zoo, with plenty of animals there.
Very good for you to bring the family and learn all the culture in Nias. I and my family learnt a lot for this, although we have half the blood from it.
I am very impressed and very thankful to the owner for such a big effort to make this museum so interested. Thank you so much for taking care of our culture.
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