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Satria Mandala Museum (Armed Forces Museum), Jakarta
Categories: Military Museums, Museums
The Satriamandala Museum is the main museum for the Indonesian Armed Forces. Opened on 5 October 1972, it is located on of land in South Jakarta and holds numerous artefacts, weapons, and vehicles.DescriptionThe museum is located on Gatot Soebroto Street in West Kuningan, Mampang, South Jakarta, and sits on of land; the exhibitions are divided amongst three buildings and the grounds. It is the main military museum in Indonesia. The name Satria Mandala derives from Sanskrit and translates as "a sacred place for the knights". The museum is open to the general public and has archives for persons researching the history of the armed forces.HistoryAfter 1968, the head of the Indonesian Armed Forces' history branch, Nugroho Notosusanto, conceived of a modern museum showcasing the military's role in Indonesia's development; the available museums in the country, such as the Struggle Museum in Yogyakarta, were underfunded and had poorly defined mission statements. There was not yet a museum showing the united role of the military, only museums to the role of the Army, Navy, and Air Force. Notosusanto modeled his design after the Australian War Memorial in Canberra and the Museo Nacional de Historia in Mexico City, Mexico.Work out when and for how long to visit Satria Mandala Museum (Armed Forces Museum) and other Jakarta attractions using our handy Jakarta trip itinerary builder.
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Located at Jalan Jendral Gatot Subroto No. Kav 52 (6°13'48.5"S 106°49'09.8"E), the Satria Mandala Museum (Armed Forces Museum), Jakarta may be reached from Kota by Bus 1 - Blok M in 45 min (14 stops) ... read more »
WOW - what a interesting experience. There is a lot of history here. I have been here twice now and each time I thoroughly enjoyed it. The aircraft section entertained me the most. The other areas give full history of Indonesia. It is really a good place to visit. try to star early as there is a lot to read and see.
Memorial museum for Jendral Soedirman and President Soekarno and also The soldiers of Indonesian freedom fighter. It's quite big and have unique Collections.
It's good for me I like everything but lol the tire of Boeing 25 Mitchell is puncture and the peculiar Douglas DC 3 propeller rotated slow
Carlos M ツ
- The ticket price is IDR 15.000 for 2 adults and 3 children. Based on the ticket should only IDR 9.500. - Many kids sneak in through the fences on the airplane area of museum from outside. - The upper level in one of the diorama is completely dark but no sign indicate it was close. - Air conditioner is not cool.
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