Museum of Early Man in Jembrana

The attraction of Bali Island tourism is not only in its natural beauty as well as the natural attractions of the beach, rice fields, mountains, valleys, rivers, mountains and waterfalls. It also includes many things, ranging from culture, tradition, religion and aspects of art can be an interesting tourist agenda, so the impression of a vacation in Bali will not be boring.

The right place for you to visit other than natural attractions is the Museum of Ancient Man, where these attractions can provide a unique offer to get to know more closely the ancient relics of pre-historical times. In addition there is also a human framework, and the point is if you travel here can be refreshing while increasing knowledge.

This museum is very suitable for educational tourism purposes especially with children, but it is also used by researchers to explore information on past lives. In it stores various collections of ancient objects from the late prehistoric times that were estimated at the time of perundagian namely in the year 600 BC to 800 AD.

Among his collection items are crockery, stone jewelery, jars, bronze, jugs, bowls, plows, sarcophagi and various grave provisions. According to research from Prof. DR T Jacub and Prof. Dr. R Soejono (research results from 1963), these ancient human fossils came from the Mongoloid race.

The Museum of Ancient Man was built 3 floors which stands firmly on 5 hectares of land and was inaugurated by the governor of Bali (Ida Bagus Oka) in 1993. The museum has a collection of 137 pieces of human skeletons and 73 other collections of equipment and accessories trinkets.

The details of the 3 floors are as follows, on the first floor of the building is kept neatly human skeleton (fossil), including the death (sarcophagus) which is thousands of years old. On the second floor is a room for storing and displaying equipment or plows of bronze (agricultural and hunting tools) and earthenware vessels (grave provisions).

The room on the third floor is a place to store a number of kitchen equipment such as plates, shells, accessories in the form of earrings and beads. And especially for the discovery of shellfish, Ari Susila explained that in the era of perundagian people had eaten shellfish for their daily food.

The early hours of the Museum of Ancient Man are open from 08.00-16.00 WITA, for wekkend or Saturday and Sunday closed. There is no charge for entering the entrance fee, but only in the form of a generous donation from visitors.

Address:

Jl. Rajawali, Gilimanuk Village, Melaya District, Jembrana Regency, Bali Province, Indonesia.

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