Visit the first transportation museum in Southeast Asia
Learn about different types of vehicles displayed in uniquely-themed zones
Pose in front of a double-decker bus, vintage cars, and many more
Catch regular shows like the Special Car and Costume Parade (every day at 16:30) and Night Divas at Broadway (every day at 18:30)
Sitting on a 3.7-hectare land, Museum Angkut will "transport" you to different eras with its extensive transportation collection! The first transportation museum in Southeast Asia, this is the best place to learn more about different types of vehicles, from dogcarts to double-decker buses. Each vehicle is displayed in a specific setting that represents the time and place where it was widely used. Impressive, right?
Bring your loved ones along and make the most of your day. You'll have the chance to ride or hop on some of the vehicles, including vintage ones! You can even fulfill your dreams of being a pilot with the Flight Simulator. Don’t forget to get your camera ready and take pictures while riding a Vespa in Italy or posing in front of a double-decker bus by the Buckingham Palace!
Welcome to the biggest transportation museum in Asia!
Let's test your flying skills with the Flight Simulator!
Bring your friends and family to take pictures at fun spots like the Gangster Town
As Indonesian citizens, we should be proud of our country because we have the first transportation museum in Asia. You’ll find this museum in Batu City, East Java. As the name suggests, this museum has a large collection of vehicles or transportation modes from all over the world. Visiting this museum, visitors are guaranteed to be satisfied while seeing the collections’ beauty in the Museum Angkut. In the Museum Angkut tourist area, visitors can also do a variety of exciting activities, as described below.
Upon entering Museum Angkut’s main door, you will be greeted by a large room, with hundreds of collections of vehicles. There, you can see classic luxury cars produced tens to hundred years ago, from various countries across the world. There are also other vehicles, such as motorcycles, bicycles, and golden chariot that a long time was used as a mode of transportation in Indonesia. The area on the 1st floor looks so luxurious with the chandelier as the ornaments. There, you can also take pictures on unique sofas made from modifications of automotive items.
During the time, only certain people are allowed to enter the presidential plane. But at the Museum Angkut, anyone can sit and enjoy the opportunity of being on an RI 1 flight. The Boeing 737-200 was on the top floor of the Museum Angkut building. On the plane, visitors can explore VVIP rooms, such as the president's office, meeting rooms, presidential staff room, Paspampres cabin, and dining room. The atmosphere before entering the plane was made to be very similar to the airport area. First, you are required to pass through a metal detector gate, then you must queue to enter the aircraft. On the plane, there are beautiful flight attendants who will guide visitors while exploring the presidential plane.
In addition to seeing a collection of various modes of transportation, at the Transport Museum you can also “travel” around the 'world'—because in that area there are replicas of world’s popular areas.
If you want to know Jakarta’s view in the past, explore the Museum Angkut Batu Batavia zone. There, you will see an area of the Chinese community adjacent to the Betawi village. You will also find replicas of Jakarta Kota Station and Sunda Kelapa Harbor In the same area.
Have you ever thought about being stuck in a big city with lots of gangsters in it? It is, most likely, will be scary, right? But of course, that impression will be different if you are in a gangster city of Gangster Town Museum Angkut. Instead of being afraid, you can actually have fun with the gangsters there. You can take pictures with gangsters that wore costumes like those in American films, against the background of American-style shopping center buildings.
How does a night in Europe feel like? If you've never seen it, no need to worry. You can feel the sensation of a European night in Museum Angkut. In the European Zone, you can explore replicas of several countries’ cities in Europe, such as France, Italy, Germany, and England. You can see replicas of community activity centers, such as restaurants, bakeries, bars, cafes, people's homes, and tourist icons of these countries.
Buckingham Palace, the residence of the Queen of England, is a location that is sought after by tourists around the world. But if you want to know the grandeur of the palace, you don't have to go all the way to London. Because the replica of Buckingham Palace Palace already exists in Museum Angkut. In fact, you can also take pictures while sitting next to the Queen Elizabeth II wax statue that looks so similar to the original.
Out of the Museum Angkut area, you will find a museum called the Indonesian Heritage Museum. At that place, there are many cultural objects of ancestral heritage from various regions in Indonesia. You can see a diverse collection of ancient books, traditional clothing, ancient batik fabrics, craft masks, puppets, and traditional weapons.
After tired of walking around Museum Angkut, now is the time you spoil your stomach. In the area outside the Museum of Transport, there is a big Pasar Apung or roughly translated as Floating Market. There, you can enjoy a variety of delicious culinary delights from various regions. Food stalls in Pasar Apung are made with building designs resembling traditional houses in Indonesia. Each building stands on a river. If you want to feel a different shopping sensation, visitors can rent a boat and buy these foods from the boat.
In Museum Angkut Batu, in addition to traveling, you can also learn about various modes of transportation throughout the world. This tourist location is open every day at 12.00-20.00 WIB. Meanwhile, to get easy access, you can book a Museum Angkut entrance ticket through Traveloka. In Traveloka, there are promotional entrance ticket prices for Museum Angkut. You don't need to bother waiting in line and only need to pay the Museum Angkut entrance ticket of Rp97,000. So, it is more practical, economical, and efficient. Enjoy exciting adventures with friends or family only at Museum Angkut!