Visit Museums in Jakarta: Museum Padepokan Pencak Silat.

The Building of Museum Padepokan Pencak Silat.
The location of this museum is right in front of Jalan Raya Taman Mini, adjacent to the At Tien Mosque and is adjacent to the area of ​​Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII).

The building occupies an area of ​​5.2 hectares and has three floors which include space library that provides interesting books and museum on floors 2 and 3. Both support each other by sharing information in accordance with the theme of the museum, the martial arts and all the ins and outs associated with the life and cultural diversity of Indonesian society.
Library in Museum Padepon Pencak Silat.
This museum gives the introduction about the history of martial arts, starting from the days when humans are not familiar civilization. In the illustrations on display, visible fights primitive humans who naturally often occur in the archipelago.
Musical Insturments Associated with Martial Arts in Indonesia.

In Indonesia alone, martial arts is thought to spread around the 7th century BC. visitors can get information from the museum. Presented began the days of empire, the Dutch colonial period, until its development in the post-independence. Through drawings and the accompanying description, visitors can learn more about the flow or style of martial arts and its development.
"Mandau" used Dayak People in Borneo.
In the showrooms, there are objects which are commonly used in martial arts, weapons such as spears, a dagger, a knife, a machete, dagger, machete and rencong. The weapons represent regions in the archipelago.


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