One of the phenomenal museums is the Museum Angkut Malang, East Java. This museum invites you to go back in time and then move on to the present. Even the Museum Angkut slogan is “transparency through time and space”. From this tagline, we know that Malang Museum collects various means of transportation from the past and from various parts of the world.
That’s why visiting this museum provides an extraordinary experience and delves us into the past where various types of transportation were still used at that time. Maybe you will be surprised to see a variety of past transportation that you have never seen before. We will know how life in the past in the days of our grandmothers and great-grandparents using vehicles and transportation.
So, Museum Angkut wants to display human civilization through the transportation of the past that is presented there. Here we know that making a museum like this is a creative and unique idea and provides its own plus points in exploring the history of past civilizations.
This includes the brilliant idea of carrying out a concept of making a museum, unlike a museum which is usually only a storage place for old objects that are less appreciated by humans and only a spectacle for some people. However, Malang Transport Museum provides extraordinary things that most people never think of. The Malang Museum invites millennial and modern humans to return for a moment to the past through their transportation civilization. This can be the right way for millennial humans to get to know past history very simply and easily.
Because of its unique concept, Museum Angkut has never been empty of visitors from its opening period until now. Meanwhile, the Museum Angkut entrance ticket is up to 10 times more expensive than other museums. This shows that the transportation concept of the past carried out by Museum Angkut is very popular and has its own dance power.
The uniqueness and value of civilization in the museum angkut attracts many visitors so that it provides many benefits for the management as well as promoting tourism in Batu city and even East Java in general. Museum Angkut is not yet four years old, but visitors are always busy, both local and foreign.
Information about the Museum Angkut
Museum Angkut, located in Malang, East Java, is the first transportation museum ever built and is one of the largest in Asia. This museum occupies an area of 3.8 hectares and was built only in 2014 and then precisely on March 9.
In fact, the establishment of freight transportation is to give appreciation and appreciation to all transportation manufacturers in the past while preserving and documenting all transportation developments from around the world.
Museum Angkut has collected about 525 means of transportation from various forms and from various parts of the world. There are 300 cars from various brands and regions ranging from past to modern cars. In addition, Museum Angkut also collects 225 other means of transportation of various types ranging from traditional to modern transportation.
Museum Angkut Malang consists of 9 zondas plus two new additional zones. This is different from museums in general, Museum Angkut not only displays pictures or objects as a medium of information but also pays attention to aesthetic, recreational, artistic and decorative values. So visitors not only get knowledge but can also get many other unique things including entertainment.
So, the presence of Museum Angkut is not only collecting transportation tools and displaying them just like that, but there are also various shows that can be enjoyed by visitors. There are shows that are done every day, once a week and there are also shows that are done only at certain moments.
One of the shows that are displayed every day at the Museum Angkut is Welcome to Gangster Town. This event only lasts for real from 14.00-14.30 hours. There is also a Super Hero Custom that comes at 3:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., then there is a Three Elements Show at 7:45 p.m., the Museum Angkut and the Movie star Studio Parade that are available every week. There are still many other performances that you can enjoy with your family.
Museum Angkut is unique and different from other museums because of the creativity of the manager, and presents unique objects and becomes an attraction for many people. The uniqueness and value of the civilization carried by the Museum Angkut have made it able to reap many visitors every day. There are about 1000 visitors every day, but on holidays this figure will be many times that number, namely around 4000 visitors – 5000 visitors in one day.
Another factor that really supports the success of this transportation museum is its strategic location, which is in the middle of the city of Baru so that it is easily accessible by visitors from various places. Can be visited by private vehicle or by using public transportation.
Route to the Museum Angkut
Museum Angkut Malang, having its address at Jl. Terusan Sultan Agung No.2 Ngaklik Village, Kec. batu Kota Batu, East Java. If you are from Malang and using a private vehicle, you can take the Mt Haryono route and continue to Batu City.
If you have arrived at Jl Pattimura, namely Sp. Lippo Plaza, turn the vehicle to the left towards Jl Sultan Agung. Later you will find a pamphlet or a signpost for the Museum Angkut menu.
For those who use the bus, you get off at Arjosari terminal, Malang, continue the journey by using an ADL angkot to Arjosari, continue to Dinoyo, Landung Sari, get off at the Landung Sari terminal. When you arrive at this terminal, you can continue the journey by taking an anik angkot that is yellow or light purple to the city of Batu. When you arrive in Batu city, replace the angkot again with a green or orange one and get off right in front of the museum.
While the route for those who go to the Museum Angkut by train, you can get off at the Landung Sari terminal, if you have arrived at Landung Sari you continue the journey by using an angkot as the route we have described above.
Various Transportation Facilities
Various transportation facilities can be seen in the Museum Angkut, but you can not only enjoy this but also get a lot of knowledge about past transportation from around the world and from time to time. You can also learn about everything related to the world of transportation here. So, it’s not boring.
Self-photography is something that is very interesting, every place you have a good spot with an interesting background to be used as a photo spot. This is because all means of transportation have been neatly placed because they also pay attention to their artistic value. Well, if you go into the goods, you will see a situation like a film shooting place from various parts of the world. Interesting enough to add to your list of weekend visits.
The 9 zones in the transportation museum environment are: Education zone and main hall, Indonesian transportation zone, runway zone 27 airport, antique car zone (Batavia warehouse), Chinatown and Sundanese coconut zone, Gangster Town zone and broadway streets, the European zone which includes therein several countries, namely; England, Italy, Germany and France, the Buckingham Palace Zone, and finally the Las Vegas and Hollywood Zone.
Apart from the zones mentioned above which are related to transportation, there are two more zones which have nothing to do with vehicles or transportation civilization. This is the floating market zone of the archipelago and the D Mask museum zone.
1. Education zone and main hall
The main hall becomes very impressive when the interior is decorated with various lights so that the atmosphere becomes exciting, besides that there are various traditional means of transportation in the length there ranging from bicycles, wagons, motorbikes, cars and even helicopters. Not only as an extension of ancient objects, but every object has historical value that needs to be known.
There are ancient bicycles that you can see and enjoy their beauty or shape. The vintage bicycles were produced by companies that today produce luxury cars. Helicopters that were first owned by the Indonesian government, horse-drawn carriages that were previously used for vehicles of kings, and others full of historical value are embedded in them.
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For visitors who want to learn about history, they can easily read the history through the information board provided.
In the main hall, there is also a miniature that is made in such detail that it resembles the original, including the famous San Francisco golden gate bridge, as well as several small cars passing over it. Still in the room for this means of transportation, there is a special room as a medium for education about various knowledge about transportation and interestingly you can understand it easily because it is presented in the form of an interactive display.
There is also a car that Dahlan Iskan used to use, the electric car Tucuxi, this car still retains the original after that time there was an accident.
2. Indonesia’s transportation zone.
It is located on the second floor when you reach the Indonesian transportation zone after climbing the stairs or you can also use the lift. In the Indonesian transportation space, you can see a variety of past vehicles used in Indonesia such as hanging rickshaws, rickshaws with a Malioboro background, Pegon Situbondo, namely towing goods with cows, Ricksaw or rickshaws, namely rickshaws that are pulled by humans while running and there are miniature boats. bitter.
There are also other unique means of transportation including post pigeons, which are birds that were used to send letters between regions.
3. Runway zone 27 airport
The Runway 27 airport zone is another zone from the zone we discussed earlier. This zone is on the third floor and is served outdoors so that it gives a more different impression than the previous zone. You can see a replica of the boing 737-200 here, although it is a replica, it still gives a unique and different impression.
For visitors who want to get on and see the inside of the plane, it is limited to 24 people with only 30 minutes because remembering that there are many queues. Not only the 737 aircraft are there, you can also enter the cockpilot section of other aircraft to see the pilot’s seat or the part of the aircraft that functions to fly it or just to take pictures.
For those of you who are hungry and thirsty in this airport runway zone, you can go to a cafe that is designed exactly like the inside of an airplane. You can enjoy a lot of food and drink sisana.
Uniquely, the menu that you can enjoy here is everything that smells of aircraft in terms of names such as: Concorde chicken fins, flaying, jet potatoes wedges, Turbulance Noodle and black box sausage. The drink is also unique and smells like an airplane, let’s say there is pilot juice. Food prices range between 30,000 and drinks around 15,000.
4. Chinatown and Sunda Kelapa Zone
This is another unique zone that presents the atmosphere of the old Jakarta city. In this zone you will see an atmosphere like in the past which was filled with Chinese shops with red shades, and on the road there are also lines of past vehicles such as rickshaws, carts, carts, praoto, oplet etc. and on the shop walls there are paintings of human paintings with past activities.
Here there is also a wall in orange red decorated with various currencies from around the world, there are stamps, money orders, postal cards, letter covers, drafts and many other means of communication from the past.
5. Vintage car zone
In the antique car zone you will see various displays of past cars and motorbikes from the past. This is where the Batavia room is home to a collection of various types and brands of old cars and motorbikes.
Among those past car brands are volk wagon, sundap, holden and others. Producers of these cars are very rare and some are no longer in production now.
All these motorbikes and display cars are anything but shabby, dusty or dirty. Everything is well maintained and some are still able to run perfectly.
6. Gangster Town and Broadway street zone
This is one of the favorite zones for many visitors, especially young people and fans of gangster films. The atmosphere and scenery in this zone area is arranged in such a way that it is similar to the real criminal or gangster movie.
You will see the road with the arrangement of used tires, old cars, graffity and others. If you have ever watched the movie the godfather, american gangster, maybe you must have felt the same way when you entered this gangster town zone.
7. European Zone (Italy, France, Germany, and England)
Besides enjoying the uniqueness and atmosphere in the Gangster Town and Broadway street zones, you will also see another zone that is no less interesting, namely the European zone. This is where many of the past European means of transportation are stored. This European zone is designed similar to the situation in Europe with narrow alleys and decorated with night lights that impress a sense of romance.
In the European zone you can find a typical European restaurant that serves pizza and a typical European means of transportation, the Vespa Piaggio.
Each of the European zones has the characteristics of the 4 countries. French, English, German and Italian, all have their own characteristics.
8. Buckingham Palace Zone
This is a replica of the British queen’s magnificent palace with a beautiful garden in front of it. If you enter the Buckinghham Palace building you will see a replica statue of Queen Elizabeth sitting on her throne. Not only that, you can also find a landrover car that the English queen used when parading in Australia.
British-made cars are also well organized in some corners of the room, such as mini cooper cars, francis barnets and others. It even includes double-decker buses that are often used for traveling in England.
9. Hollywood Zone and Las Vegas
This zone is indeed small, but it is capable enough to get lots of shooting points for instagrammable photos. The reason is, the Las Vegas and Holly Wood zones are arranged in such a way that they are similar to the sparkling, western-looking atmosphere of Las Vegas.
10. Archipelago floating market
The Nusantara floating market is a place that you deserve to visit the Museum Angkut. When you exit the museum gate you have to pass through a hallway that is designed in such a way as to get to this floating pasa.
Uniquely, when you are in a tunnel like a train tunnel, this hallway wobbles and sounds like a train :).
In the floating market you can explain the many stands that have been made using canoes, canoes and rowing boats at a cost of 10,000. the floating market provides many specialties such as East Java food, there are also stands selling local handicrafts souvenirs.
11. D Mask Kingdom Museum
Museum D masks is a special museum for a diverse collection of masks from all over the country. There are at least 2000 types of masks here. This museum is also still relatively new and has only been opened since May 23 2014.
What does the mask mean? of all the masks, the visitors know how the culture of each tribe and region is. One of the oldest and most sacred masks is the mask from Sulawesi, namely the tao-tao mask. In history, the tao tao statue is the guardian of the tomb.
In ancient times, in the area of Sulawesi every time a king died, he had to be masked because the king was considered an incarnation of a god whose bad face was not allowed.
Not only masks, but the D Mask Museum also stores many ancient objects that are full of mystical values. Among them are the Koran which is more than 400 years old, ancient keris, puppet statues, including several puppet shows from the Sunan Kali Jaga and others.
Museum Angkut Entrance Ticket Prices
The price of admission to the Museum Angkut is still reasonable and relatively cheap. You see, you not only see ancient cars but also can roam the world in a variety of nuances and there are even many zones that you can see. Not only antique cars from Indonesia, but also from Europe are here. Not only that, there is a lot of knowledge and history that you can get from thi Museum Angkut.
So the ticket price of 70,000 for weekeday and 100,000 for the weekend is still relatively cheap and in accordance with what you can get.
In addition to the Museum Angkut, you can also visit the D Mask Museum by simply adding another 10,000. So, it’s a very good deal with a unique and exciting experience.
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In addition to the museum angkut ticket price above, there is also a package ticket price or also known as a magic ticket of IDR 325,000 for two days of visit and IDR 450 thousand for 3 days of visit.
Visiting a Museum Angkut with a classic atmosphere and a 1970 background, with a variety of classic cars, and transportation equipment from the past is a pity if it is not captured by selfies. Bring your camera and a cool cellphone with good pixel quality to document your vacation at the Museum Angkut.
Facilities at the Museum Angkut Malang
For those of you who want to do pre-wedding or photo shoots, you can do it at this museum earlier when the museum isn’t open yet so you can freely take photos as you want. For this, you only need to pay 2.5 million to finish.
Not only can you do a photo shoot, if you have finished shooting, you can also enjoy the various existing facilities as enjoyed by visitors. But there is something special for you, which is that you can enter from 07.00 to 12.00 so you are not disturbed by visitors and can take photos freely.
For visitors, by paying an entrance ticket, you can also enjoy all the available facilities for free, such as the vehicles used to go around the museum because of the large arena. Among the facilities available and free for visitors are:
1. Shuttle car and dotto train
You don’t have to worry about not being able to explore the entire 3.8 hectare area because you can use a free mobile vehicle. The train that is meant is the shuttle car and dotto train, this is a cute mini train car so you don’t get tired anymore.
There is also an elevator that makes it easier for you to move from zone to the next zone which is on the top floor. So actually, this facility is prepared for those with disabilities and the elderly, but you who are normal are not prohibited from using it.
3. Information center
This is a piece of information that is ready to help visitors with what they want to ask. If you want to know about a train, rickshaw or other transportation, you can just ask the staff in the information center room, they will be happy to help.
Not only that, they are also ready to tell or look for what you missed. Likewise with children who are separated from their families, they will help to bring them together with their families.
There is a locker, which is a place for storing goods, so those of you who bring goods don’t need to touch it where you are going. The Museum Angkut has prepared a locker as a place to deposit your goods.
5. Charging station
This is unique, the Malang transport museum also provides many cellphone charging stations so you don’t have to be afraid of not bringing a power bank. Pkoknyam depletes your cellphone memory, if you run out of battery you can refill it at the charging station.
So, indeed, one thing you can be proud of after visiting this museum is a photo collection, so the transport museum has provided many charger stations which are used for free.
6. ATM machine
For those of you who forgot to take cash outside the museum, you can take it inside the museum because at several strategic points an ATM box has been provided. In fact, you don’t even need to bring cash from home because you can pick it up at an ATM in the museum.
There is also a mushalla provided so that Muslim visitors don’t have to miss their prayers. All day long you can go around in the Museum Angkut and if it is prayer time you can do it there. So, it is more flexible for you to explore this classic transportation museum.
8. Parking area
For those of you who bring a motorbike, car or public transportation, you can park the vehicle in the parking lot with cheap crocodiles. For motorbikes, 2,000 are charged, 5,000 for cars and 10,000 for buses or public transport. Easy and convenient and very organized, everything is available to its visitors.
9. Food Court and cafe
At several points in the museum there is also a cafe that provides East Java specialties, so you won’t be thirsty and hungry in this unique Museum Angkut.
10. Hotels and inns
Other facilities available are lodging and hotels. For those of you who come far from out of town or abroad, you can spend your time in this museum by staying at several places that have been provided, but these are not free.
Among the existing hotels are: Pondok Jatim Park Hotel and Cafe, Tree in Hotel, Boutique Resort Flower Club, Apple Greenhotel and others. Its location in the middle of the city makes it easy for many visitors to be able to linger in the transport museum arena.