We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
This is a magical museum! The kite-flying tradition is very strong across Indonesia, with lots of local and regional variations. All of the kites are beautiful.
The visitor pays 15,000 rupiah and is first shown a film that discusses the history of kites and shows...More
A beautiful museum in a wonderful and traditional Javanese house. Amazing what the owner put together and shares with the public. We really enjoyed the tour and building kites with the kids after. Real quality time spent in a calm and quiet environment in the...More
As I entered this area my first impression was a big beautiful Javanese traditional house.
The ticket was cheap, only IDR 15,000 for tour and kite drawing. The first thing we did was entering a room and watch video of kite history for 10-15 minutes....More
I had difficulty finding the museum even with Google GPS it was hard to find. You have to tell your taxi driver THIS ADDRESS Museum Layang Layang Indonesia JI. H. Kamang No. 38 Pondok Labu, Jakarta 12450. I loved the private guided tour and kite...More
We had our team day in this amazing place. The place was magically turned us out to have fun without noticing that we are in the middle of J town. The activity they offered were all exciting! We watched Indonesia kite history, painted puppet and...More
To find this museum you will have to either give good instructions to the taxi driver (Layang Layang Museum), or let a taxi drop you off at the Lifestyle & Exhibithion Mall and walk from there (about 15 minutes). You can choose a few types...More
Lovely little museum with a small garden, an enthusiastic private guide (included in the entrance fee) and you could build your own little kite (kids must love it), all included in the 15.000 IDR entrance fee.
The museum was however a bit difficult to find...More
This museum opened in 2003. It is set in a house located at 38 Jalan H Kamang, Pondok Labu in the southern part of Jakarta. It is called Museum Layang Layang.
There are many different kinds of colourful kites. The history of the kite is...More
this museum was built by one of the minister of Indonesia who love culture homegrown, especially kite Indonesia, unfortunately only students first level are frequently visited, for the middle and upper levels are very rarely, even though the purpose of this museum is how we...More