Timings : 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Entry Fee : IDR 10,000 (minimum)
Satria Mandala Museum is a military museum of the Armed Forces of Indonesia displaying a huge collection of military weapons, tanks, and other artefacts. The name Satria Mandala comes from Sanskrit meaning "a sacred place for the knights." Some notable collections include Soviet weapons used during Operation Trikora, a draft of the handwritten Proclamation of Indonesia written by President Sukarno and many more.
Satria Mandala Museum expands over an area of 14 acres and consists of three buildings and some open space where the collection of military artefacts is displayed; including some noteworthy collections belonging to historical events of Indonesia. The museum also has an archive for interested people to study and research on military weapons and the armed forces. Satria Mandala Museum is a great place to learn about the role of the military and its contribution to the development of the country.
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