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THe Meseum with many bite from another culture. We can learn how to mkae a stylish bite. For children can learn how to make kite and can play with another child. Good for olders too .
Getting to the museum is a bit tricky on a work day as you will have to deal with traffic along jalan Fatmawati, but once you get there its worth it. The building it self is a traditional Javanese compound with lots of trees really nice for kids to run around. For a price of only a bit more than... 更多
the museum surrounding by big trees. first the guide will take us to a room to watch a film about kite history. After that the guide will show us around and inform the history behind each kites. It was interesting stories. I never knew before that Indonesia having so much kind of kites. Each region or province have their own... 更多
Interesting place to visit and learn how to make the kites as well. They also offers a short class for making ceramics, painting and other activity. Recommended for kids and family.
Museum Layang-Layang is a lovely little kite museum near Fatmawati in Jakarta. It is located on a backstreet though is signposted from the main road. It can be hard to miss but on Jl H Kamang the sign is pretty large. The buildings of the museum are in a Balinese/Hindu style. This speaks to the Bali-focus of much of the... 更多
The museum is privately owned by a kite lover. By paying IDR 15.000 per person (above 3 years old) including making and coloring kite. First step we watch movie about kite. Duration is 15 minutes and surprisingly my son got so excited watched it until finish. The movie quality itself is not too good but overall entertaining. Then we go... 更多
You won't have seen kites like this anywhere. Endang Ernawati built her museum in 2003 after 40 years of kite collecting hundreds of kites. A kite construction expert, she developed her interest partly because kites were then the provence of men. Her collection includes batik kites, Chinese kites smaller than butterflies, enormous Balinese kites, kites made of leaves, kites used... 更多
located in the middle of a quiet neighborhood, it is pretty spacious and nice once inside. The owners and manager are really kind and helpful and offer free tours around the place. after looking at the kites and javanese- post colonial architecture, children get to join in activities such as kite making, paper umbrella painting and clay making. i think... 更多
This was a great place to take a field trip. The kids watched a video about the history of kites and they got to paint their own kite. The one piece I did not enjoy was the museum. The tour guide was to slow for grade 1 students.