Moeseum.id – One of the famous museums in South Kalimantan, namely the Lambung Mangkurat Museum, which is located in the city of Banjarbaru, South Kalimantan.
The name of this museum comes from the name of the Hikayat Banjar character. And in this post we will discuss about its history and collection.
The Beginning of the Mangkurat Gastric Museum
The first building was erected by the Dutch East Indies government in Banjarmasin in 1907 and has been renamed several times.
This museum was repaired and inaugurated again by the Minister of Education and Culture of Indonesia named Daoed Joesoef on January 10, 1979 under the name Lambung Mangkurat Museum.
The building area is 2 km2 with an area of 15 km2. The shape of the museum resembles a Bubungan Tinggi house. The main collection is the personal belongings of Amir Hasan Kiai Bondan.
History of the Mangkurat Gastric Museum
The Lambung Mangkurat Museum was originally named the Borneo Museum which was founded by the Dutch East Indies government in 1907 in Banjarmasin.
During the Japanese colonial period, the Borneo Museum was decommissioned. This museum was rebuilt under the name Museum Kalimantan on December 22, 1955.
The collection is in the form of personal items belonging to Amir Hasan Kiai Bondan.
In 1957 a Cultural Conference was held in Banjarmasin which decided the re-establishment of the Kalimantan Museum.
The construction of the museum was completed in 1967 under the name Banjar Museum. The Banjar Museum was also later disbanded as well.
In 1974, a new museum was built on Jalan Jenderal Achmad Yani, North Banjarbaru Village.
The museum was named the Lambung Mangkurat Museum and was inaugurated by the Minister of Education and Culture, namely Daoed Joesoef on January 10, 1979.
The Lambung Mangkurat Museum has an elongated elongated roof which is the hallmark of the Banjar Tribe’s traditional house.
Most of the buildings are yellow.
The collection in the museum is in the form of community life equipment related to the customs and culture of the Banjar Tribe.
The inside of the museum contains a collection of Hindus, namely statues of gods and statues of animals.
In addition, there are collections from the Banjar Sultanate period, namely golden chairs, shields, umbrellas, spears and crowns.
Ticket Prices & Opening Hours for the South Kalimantan Lambung Mangkurat Museum
Museum entrance tickets are shared between individuals and groups. Here are more details regarding the entry ticket:
- Rp3.000 /adults)
- Rp2,000 /person (Children)
- Rp5.000 /adult group
- Rp3.000 /group of children
The museum is also open every day except for national holidays. From 08.00 to 16.00. Here are more details on the museum’s opening hours for one week.
- Sunday – Thursday: 08.00 – 16.00
- Friday: 08.30 – 11.00
- Saturday: 08.30 – 15.30
- National red date Holiday
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Well, that’s the discussion about the famous Museum in South Kalimantan Province. Hopefully it can add insight to all readers. Thank you!