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Museum of Batik Pekalongan, Pekalongan

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  • A one stop place where we can learn about batik. The display is great with clear information, the heritage building is located at very strategic area, and the ticket price is worth. Also visitors are ...  more »
  • Museum yang terletak di Kawasan Budaya Jetayu ini memiliki beragam koleksi batik dari seluruh Indonesia, baik itu dari koleksi museum sendiri atau hibah dari beberapa kolektor. Dengan HTM Rp 5.000 (cm...  more »
  • I have seem many a museum and this is one of the best, especially in Indonesia. The building is great and the display is comprehensive and delightful. I know a reasonable amount on batik, but I certai...  more »
  • It is a -must-cultural-visit, if you are the ones who love Indonesian traditional batik. Beside of displaying lots collection of batik from diverse area in Indonesia, you'll be guided by the staffs who will explain the meaning and whereabouts the batik coming from. Moreover you can also learn how to "membatik" , the simple one, from the instructor. If you wanna use the real membatik tools such as canting, it's also available if any instructors around.
  • Must visit museum in Pekalongan. You can learn history about Pekalongan Batik in general
  • Pay a very cheap ticket and get a guide to show you around. It's very well worthy. The guide will show you all collection in three separate rooms. The first room is dedicated for Yogya and Solo batik. They are inner part of Javanesse with strict rules on batik usage. Each pattern has their own meaning and user, mainly for the royals. The second room is for coastal batik, from all over northern coast of Java. They're more liberal in pattern and usage, and also more colorful. The third room is specific for Pekalongan's batik. You'll see the creative 2-in-1 pattern called Pagi Sore and also Terang Bulan which is less complicated. Don't forget to join the workshop and experience the struggle to create a batik cloth. The staff is very knowledgeable and friendly. Highly recommended.
  • Nice historical museum, a traveller should visit this place
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