30 reviews between Apr 24, 2013 and Aug 24, 2022.
The Asia-Africa Conference of 1955, held in Bandung, Indonesia, is commemorated in the Museum of the Asian-African Conference. The museum showcases the history and significance of the conference, highlighting the unity of former colonies and the beginning of the post-colonial era. The building itself is a historic landmark and an excellent example of Art Deco architecture. Admission is free, making it an educational and accessible attraction for visitors.Museum of The Asian-African Conference
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30 reviews between Apr 24, 2013 and Aug 24, 2022.
nothing much to see -- its an old building without nothing to show for ... its seems that it was being used for govt building before
(+): can see important historical event during Soekarno's era.(-): information of the opening hours of the museum is not easily can be find , there is no parking space for car that dedicated for the visitor.
We can enter by free but please book first. Inside the building we can see the historical Asia Africa Conference.
Comfy museum with AC, and centrally located, within walking distance from our hotel. Very historical yet attractive to the millennial kids. The tricky part was the lunch break, we were ushered to the other room during its 1 hour closing period. Basically we enjoyed our short visit there.
Didn't think I would be interested in a museum dedicated to a conference held in 1955 for Asian and African heads of state. I became fascinated with the story of this conference -- how and why it was held and the resulting outcomes. The displays combine images and text to tell the story of newly independent countries coming together to face the threat of the Cold War and how to develop after throwing off colonialism. Then as we walked around the Bandung, we related the buildings to the 1955 history. I'm so glad we went in. The Conference Centre itself has intriguing architecture.The student study groups all stopped to talk with us and take pictures.
The museum is well presented and honours the importance of the conference. Google about it and then visit the site. Take in the significance of their efforts when you are there and reflect on those Cold War years and what the conference attempted to do.
This museum is brilliant. Very well presented, splendid artefacts from the conference itself, very realistic waxwork mannequins of some of the participants. Many helpful English signs to tell the story of the conference in an international context. The conference hall itself is magnificent and this is a great building from the late colonial period (think art deco in the grand style). I congratulate all involved in presenting this exhibition. it is world class. the only bad thing is the companion book i received - the english version was pretty poorly translated and in one respect contained a factual error (china was never formally part of any european empire, though it was in the shadow of the western powers.) however, the most remarkable thing is that this museum is actually free to enter. well played, sirs!
This is a historical and colonial building. this was where the 1st President of Indonesia started the Non Aligned Movement in the late 60's after indonesia got its independence. Well maintained building
The museums was located in the city of Bandung, situated on Asia Afrika Street No. 65. This museum is a memorabilia of the Asian-African Conference. This museum has a very close relationship with Gedung Merdeka. Overall Merdeka Building has two main buildings, the first is called Gedung Merdeka as the main meeting place, while next to Gedung Merdeka is the Museum of the Asian-African Conference as a memorabilia for the Asian-African Conference.
This place is one of the places that must be visited when traveling to Bandung. Located in Asia-Africa Street, this place presents documentation of the Asia-Africa Summit at the Merdeka Building Bandung on April 18-April 24, 1955. For those who have booked, there is a guide available who will explain every detail of this place. #batulocalguides #letsguide
a place where liberating millions of people around the world from colonial countries started. if you go to japan and dutch cave before here, you'll understand why tears are pouring in a sudden...
I always enjoy visiting history museums abroad, you always get a slightly different perspective form what you've learned in school. The same goes for this museum, they have general info about the WWII and the Cold War, as these are important for the conference. Before coming here I never heard about the conference before but it is certainly very interesting to learn about! Only sometimes I would have liked some elaboration on events mentioned. Overall, if you like history, it's a must visit in Bandung!
The Asia-Africa Conference of 1955 signalled the beginning of the post-colonial era and the unity of former colonies now facing a world split between the capitalist West and the communist East. The museum is easily worth an hour of your time if you have an interest in this topic, and the building itself is a notable piece of Art Deco architecture;
This heritage building had many memories. In 1955, several Asia and Africa countries made big conference in Bandung and gave deckaration that presented Asia Africa voice
Our family loves going to the museum as our kids can learn a lot about the history and this particular museum is also very educational.
If all museum in Indonesia as good as this one I'm sure Indonesian kids would like to visit it. Inside the museum you will find a modern atmosphere that will make you enjoying your time. I can't believe it free of charge.
Free entry and very well maintained museum. The guides are very helpful and telling us lots of stories about the history of Asia-Africa Conference. It's interesting that they still keep the original furnitures/attributes used in the conference and knowing the impacts it had for the rest of the world history following the event.
In this museum you will hear the story that told how great were Asian and African nation. And how they will be again one day! The Heritage that built a nation. The entrance fee is free but The museum doesn’t have a complete souvenirs shop.
It brought me to an era i can only imagine where Asian and African countries were fighting for their independences from their colonial masters. The ideal to be a master of their destiny.We went to the conference hall and were in awe. Do not give it a miss if you are in Bandung.
Quite clearly this was the high-point of this otherwise obscure town of Indonesia, and so there is every reason to celebrate this age-old landmark event when world leaders decended on this town.A well laid out museum which tries to show everything about the event and its paraphernalia. Worth a visit - especially as its free.
Pretty well stumbled on this gem of a museum. I must confess to not knowing of this event in 1955 but the resultant declaration is powerful. The art-deco architecture and the grand hall are impressive.
This museum is attractive to only two kinds of people: those who love world history and global politics, and those who love Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern architecture. If you're like me and love BOTH of those topics, then this is an attraction not to be missed! Our six-year-old niece was not particularly pleased, however.
this beautiful white colonial building locates on Asia/Africa street in the business district of City of Bandung. the exhibition tells the stories about the big conference about joint venture between the 2 continents (Asia and Africa) hosted by the city. it's interesting and not too informative.Opposite the museum , there is a art gallery with colonial style building too.
Good old building it's very maintenace by local goverment...nice decorate from history indonesia in bandung...recomended for everyone to visit !@!
This is indeed a historic building. Beginning as a colonial era club, it was converted to a govt building in 1955 to host the Afro Asian conference. It was to hold the 60th anniversary of the same conference in April and when I visited they were sprucng it up.It has a large conference hall and a well organised exhibition of the resurgent countries emerging from colonialism in 1955.
The conference room is mantained to be like it was in the 1955. Nothing's changed there. So, you can play freely with your imagination to feel the atmosphere of Asian-African Conference. I suggest you to read about the background stories in the exhibition room before you enter the main hall.On the weekend, there are lots of activities there. There's lot of students who learn foreign language such as french, english, arrabic, etc. Besides, there's a group that learn how to guide. So, if you're there. Don't hesitate to ask where they learn and say hi. They are always exicted to discuss everything!
This building has become famous landmark in Bandung, as this was the venue of Afro-Asian meet in 1955. This is just a building you can have a look from outside as Government offices are now run in this building. There is a museum portion open for public from 10 to 4. Take a photo and skip to other attractions.
Historical museum, where when you walk into the building you can feel the atmosphere back in year 1955 where the Asia African Confrence begun. Although its old building but they keep it clean and no dust. Great place for them who love historic holidays.
Overall this would bore children to death. It is about a most interesting conference that was held several decades ago. The hall is still occasionally used. I was able to take many photographs in their although others said it was not allowed. I saw no signs to the contrary. The building is interesting architecturally. To me it is an interesting piece of the history of this amazing country. and Unfortunate, that this kind of conference is not an ongoing thing.
This building actually is Asia Africa Confrence but already convert as a museum. The light is great, the house keeping is good but one aspect that let me down...you can not take a photograph in museum.I don't know what is their reason but it will be more wonderful if we can take a photo anywhere.Am I right?
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