loader-loop loader-loop
Processing your request Thank you for waiting Please do not close or refresh this page

untuk mengaktifikan message tambah addClass active-message_header pada div alert-message

Jakarta, Indonesia
6.1275° S, 106.6537° E
Soekarno Hatta Internasional Airport
GMT +7:00
Indonesian Rupiah
Tropical and Humid
Go Explore 

National Museum of Indonesia

The National Museum of Indonesia, located at Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat in Central Jakarta. The museum is popularly known as the Gajah (Elephant) Museum as you can find an elephant statue on the front court. Don’t get confused though, this museum is not a museum about elephants, in fact the elephant statue was a gift from the Thai government. If you’re curious about the fascinating history of Indonesia, this is definitely the place to visit!

  1. Learning about Indonesia’s compelling history
    Learning about Indonesia’s compelling history is always a fun thing to do! When visiting the National Museum of Indonesia, guests are ushered to view collections of prehistoric objects, from inscriptions to statues that have been around for thousands of years, to many other rooms with different relics, and some of Indonesia’s national treasures.

  2. Taking Pictures in Front of Elephant Statue
    The elephant statue that is located in front of the National Museum of Indonesia is certainly an iconic landmark! When visiting this museum, guests should not forget to take a picture in front of the statue and post it on social media!
skyteam logo

Garuda Indonesia is the first Indonesian airline to join SkyTeam

Find More