The house in which Soekarno lived in during his domestic exile is clean and well-maintained in its original form. I’m amazed that the house has incredibly air flow through nicely designed wooden windows and doors. The rooms may seem big to us today, and the house was fairly large by the 1940s standards. Exhibits include Soekarno’s properties such as a wardrobe, two beds, some black and white photos of Soekarno, reverence books, theatrical costumes, and even Soekarno’s trusty bicycle.
The house that served as the residence in exile of Soekarno from 1938 to 1941 now becomes a historic house museum. A visit to this house of exile absolutely will offer visitors a better glimpse into Soekarno's life.
Entrance fee is Rp. 3,000 per person (Sept 2016).mei sahputra
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Soekarno's Exiled Residence
Soekarno or was also known as “Bung Karno”, was a prominent leader of Indonesian’s nationalist movement during the Dutch colonial period, who later became the first president of the Republic of Indonesia (from 1945 to 1967). He was exiled to Bengkulu by the Dutch during the struggles against Dutch colonial rule from February 1938 until released by the invading Japanese forces in 1941. In Bengkulu, he met his wife, Fatmawati, who gave him several children. The most famous being the first female President of Indonesia, Megawati Soekarno Puteri.
The house in which he lived in during his imprisonment is well maintained in its original form as a museum. The house is quite spacious and has a wide yard, located on Jalan Soekarno Hatta Anggut Atas Bengkulu about 1 kilometer from downtown, or 2 kilometers from Fort Marlborough. Exhibits include Soekarno’s properties such as a wardrobe, two beds, some black and white photos of Soekarno, reverence books and drama costumes, even Soekarno’s trusty bicycle, etc. A visit to this house of exile, offers visitors a better glimpse into Soekarno's life.
During his imprisonment by the Dutch in Bengkulu, he who was also an architect designed and built a mosque, the mosque was named Jamik Mosque. The Jamik Mosque is located nearby Suprapto shopping center (Jl. Sudirman) and it is a noted landmark in the city now.
Soekarno's exiled residence entrance fee Rp. 2,500; open daily 8 a.m - 18 p.m.
* Jl. is abbreviation of jalan which in English means street or road, sometimes written as jln.
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Gedung Gunung BUNGKUK
Jl. raden fatah STQ, Pagar Dewa, Selebar, Kota Bengkulu, Bengkulu, Indonesia
Telp: +62 736 51162 (www.adit-lia.com)
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Telp: +62 853-6767-6707
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Pasar Jitra, Teluk Segara, Bengkulu City, Bengkulu 38119, Indonesia
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Telp: +62 719 22968