Providing hand sanitizer and cleaning the location with disinfectant regularly.
Requiring staff and customers to have temperature check and wear face masks at all times.
Applying physical distancing, reducing visitor capacity, as well as implementing online booking and cashless payment system for customers.
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
For a clean and safe experience, be sure to always keep your mask on and maintain a physical distance
Disinfecting protocols are maintained routinely so you can leave your worries behind when you visit
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Starting From S$ 9.70.
Museum Angkut, Jatim Park. Jl. Terusan Sultan Agung No.2, Ngaglik, Kec. Batu, Kota Batu, Jawa Timur 65314, Indonesia.
Wheel Chair,Wifi,Nursery,Toilet,Atm,Praying Room,Restaurant,Parking Area