Tembi House of Culture Yogyakarta

A meeting place for Javanese culture as a living museum at Jalan Parangtritis Km. 8.4 Tembi Village, Timbulharjo, Sewon, Bantul, Yogyakarta, a cultural oasis for art lovers who continue to maintain its greatness. A house that aims to preserve the culture of the Javanese culture of good governance farming, art, equipment life, even the traditional children's games.

Prepare to be carried to the atmosphere of the past, enjoy the complete collection of Javanese traditional instruments, such as kitchen appliances (furnace, boiler), weapons (dagger, spear), farming equipment (plow), the art equipment (gamelan, batik).

Increasingly came into the room will be found an ancient motorcycle, old posters, old photographs, a collection of ancient Javanese literature manuscript inscription approximately 5000 pieces, and even Serat Centhini manuscript.

An area that is designed complete with exhibition halls, meeting rooms, the inn, restaurant, swimming pool and pavilion as well as a set of traditional Javanese gamelan.

Homestay accommodation for visitors to the atmosphere in the countryside, traditional buildings Limasan Javanese houses, rooms equipped with ornate traditional Javanese furniture, complete with air conditioning. The eyes of visitors are pampered with a rural atmosphere and green rice fields in the distance area.

Cultural house was inaugurated in November 1999 under the auspices of The Cultural Tembi House Foundation (Yayasan Rumah Budaya Tembi) is very unique with its provides facilities, even if visitors want to enjoy the atmosphere can watch regular monthly event, dance and puppet performances.

Visitors can request a tour guide for the opportunity to experience the atmosphere in the rice fields to plow the field accompanied by a cow, batik design, learn gamelan and others.

Tembi House of Culture is an exotic place comprising traditional old wooden houses from Central Java and a museum - a perfect place to experience how Javanese lived in the old days.

(Source Lucy Pandjaitan, sabbathaji /Images Lucy Pandjaitan, Sabbatiansyah)


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