Recommendation by Lemi
Get up-close to a miniature pinisi, much like the giant ones docked in Sunda Kelapa at the Maritime Museum. In a similar fashion that Bank Indonesia uses money, the Maritime Museum utilizes ships to recount the city’s seafaring past. The museum was founded within the former warehouses of the Dutch East India Company. Miniature copies of colonial fleets and traditional ships have replaced the nutmeg, coffee, and tea that used to inhabit the stock house. They’re still recovering from an electrical fire that broke out on January 16, 2018, wherein a huge portion of the museum was damaged; so, the entire collection may still be regrouping and moving around.
Jalan Pasar Ikan No. 1, Penjaringan, North Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia
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