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Manggala Wanabakti National Forestry Museum
Manggala Wanabakti National Forestry Museum is the only forestry museum in DKI Jakarta Province. The National Forestry Museum was inaugurated on August 24, 1983 by President Soeharto.
 
Teak trees around 139 years old will be welcomed when first passing through the museum's entrance, inside the museum we will also 'get acquainted' with various types of wood such as teak, meranti wood, campar wood, and many more. Various types of products produced from the skin, sap, flowers, and leaves are also presented in full. Products ranging from camphor, paper, refinement, to sandalwood oil and cinnamon are here.
 
The forestry museum was built with the aim of being the center of forestry information and documentation in Indonesia. The museum itself consists of two floors. The first floor contains an exhibition of forestry artifacts and information about forest types in the form of dioramas that are made based on the originals and are equipped with animal life in them. The second floor contains a photo exhibition and information about forests in Indonesia.

       
Info:
  • Monday - Friday: 09:00  a.m - 03:00 p.m
    Saturday / Sunday / National Holidays: Closed
  • Manggala Wanabakti Building Block VI
    Jalan Gatot Subroto, Senayan, Central Jakarta
  • (021) -5703246 ext. 5166, 5569 | museum@manggala.or.id |

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