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Asia-Africa Conference Museum to Hold
Visitors during the 'Night at the Museum' event at the Asia-Africa Conference Museum in Bandung. ANTARA/Agus Bebeng
Thursday, 31 December, 2015 | 16:34 WIB
Asia-Africa Conference Museum to Hold "Night at the Museum" Event

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Asia-Africa Conference (KAA) Museum in Bandung will hold the "Night at the Museum KAA" event to welcome the new year on Thursday night, December 31, 2015.

"This is a special service where the museum will remain open during the night. People can visit starting from 8:00PM [Western Indonesia Time] to 12:00AM without tickets," said Thomas A. Siregar, Head of the KAA Museum on Wednesday, December 30, 2015.

In addition to visiting the museum's regular exhibition room and the KAA conference room, visitors will also be able to see flags of 109 KAA member states waving around the museum.

The museum will also provide three multimedia facilities where visitors can see infographics on KAA history, profiles of KAA delegations, and the history of the Non-Block Movement. In addition, the museum will also screen a 15 minutes-long movie titled "The Birth of Bandung Spirit", which was directed by Garin Nugroho, in its audiovisual room.



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