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All reviews national gallery temporary exhibition indonesian art great exhibition fully air conditioned free entrance on display gambir train station must visit place take pictures nice place saleh galleries paintings rawon arts maestro
Good place if you want to see arts..,different arts in every room and artists.. when i visit only 1 gallery was open.. better go when weekdays, because kind of crowded on weekend and lots of people want to selfies..
Not so well curated. Some mosquitos. But hey, there isn't much else to do in Jakarta, and you can pair this with a few other "attractions" in the area.
At present there is an ok exhibition on urban sketching. Makes me wish I could sketch....More
Galeri Nasional is located across Gambir Train Station. It has permanent and also temporary collextion of artworks from Indonesian and international artist.
There is no entrance fee to this museum, however in peak time the museum staffs will divide visitors who come into several groups...More
This National Gallery is a must visit when you are in Jakarta. Its permanent collections are valuable works of Indonesian artists. They also have temporary exhibitions that are usually interesting and quite progressive, sometimes.
The National Gallery is pretty decent considering that Indonesian museums are not well funded or managed. The buildings are nicely arranged and there is a good flow to them with divisions by time periods or movements. It's mostly paintings or 2 dimensional art but some...More
Not so many touristic places in Jakarta. One of them it’s Galeri Nasional. Modern art are there. Indonesian art and around the world. Cafe on the territory was closed that time. Few galleries was changing exposition and doesn’t work. Other two galleries was opened. Interesting...More
So here are the things I like about this museum:
I like that it is free and well-maintained and centrally located. It has lots of temporary exhibitions that cycle through. Currently, as of mid-May, they are doing a feature reflecting on 20 years since Reformasi...More
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It depends. You can use bus or busway to Gambir train station. The location is just at the opposite of Gambir station. The easiest way is using Grab Car/Go Car/Uber or regular taxi . pls compare the price first. thank you