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Taman Nusa, Sidan

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Steep yourself in Indonesian history at Taman Nusa, a cultural park that showcases the country's diverse culture and history. The variety of exhibits here walk you through the prehistoric era, various kingdoms and the colonial period, present-day Indonesia, and even the future. Don a traditional costume for a photo opportunity, or enjoy the arts, crafts, and even live music in the museum. Explore the cultural village's 60 structures, each from a different island and time period. Some of the houses are authentic--transported and rebuilt onsite--and it's a real architectural treat to compare their various styles and traits. As you walk along the park, you'll pass many cafes and eateries, perfect for a quick break and some refreshment. Using our custom trip planner, Sidan attractions like Taman Nusa can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • This was the second time my husband and I visited Taman Nusa. This time we went with our daughter and son-in-law who enjoyed it as much as we did. Taman Nusa is a cultural park containing about 60 act...  more »
  • Miniature of indonesia and its cultural, borobudur is the best miniature here. 2 round-the clock is pretty exhausting and satisfying.
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  • Curious about billboard advertising, we had decided to seize the day before our departure and to visit the Museum. We had planned a much too little time. The Museum is untereteilt in the various islands of Indonesia and shows typical houses, arts and crafts, dances, music, clothing... You can get a leader who perfectly knows about his area and likes to share his knowledge for each scope, sometimes you have to ask. The amount of information and ideologies can be somewhat erschlagend and we had definitely far too little time, but it was incredibly interesting. The House in Banda Aceh, that überlbt has the tsunami, is creepy but also many, many other exhibits are amazing. A visit is worthwhile in any case.
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  • Nice place. Huge area with a lot of trees. We walked for three hours to cover all areas. Good place to learn a little bit about Indonesia. Came with audio guide but didn't love it, perhaps try the real guide (but have to pay extra). Some areas could be improved and maintained better. Overall good - if they can bring in more visitors or throw events I think the place can be super great! It's nice to have alternative educational place in Bali :) good job ^^
  • Great place to learn more about Indonesia. This location has built up housing from different parts of Indonesia illustrating their differences. A country they are but culturally different. On site, you can learn a fair bit on how life is conducted in their own culture. What i did was roam on my own but it would have been more fruitful if i had a guide to explain from the start. They do have staff stationed at different location. Recommended if you want to learn more about Indonesia.
  • I really love this place. It is like smaller TMII. Here you can find traditional houses from each province of Indonesia. Some also provide their traditional performance, too. Tour guide is provided, but I don't know the cost. I think it is for foreign tourists only. There is a miniature of Borobudur Temple, too. One negative thing is that the path can be slippery during rainy season.
  • This is a must visit, very interesting, definitely need all day here. Staff very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. Its also interactive as uou can take part in various activities.
  • Good place to know better about indonesian traditional houses. but the question is: is it worth the ticket price? We buy ticket from traveloka site, and we experience a bit difficult when they said the price for foreigner is not the same. We are 2 Indonesian and 1 foreigner. When we finally agree to pay what they told us and got to start our journey, it is kind of embarras to see the houses are not in a quite good condition anymore. Some of them in a very bad condition ☹. Our friend, the foreigner, ask why these houses seems to be an abandoned houses? Though we had a hard situation to explain all stuff that happened, we would like to thank the nice staff, they are the most smiley and kind. We are the last visitor that day but the staffs wait for us to finish explore every area even it is more than their working hour. Is the view of damaged houses/site worth to the price of admission? Especially for foreign tourists, the price of tickets around usd 30. We hope damaged facilities can be repaired. We give high appreciation to the employees because they make us happy to be in the Taman Nusa. We hope the company also give appreciation also to them.
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