Recommendations for Must-Visit Educational Tourism – The museum is one of the historical places that is usually visited by many people. Museums usually contain historical items that are antique and have value
1. Aceh Tsunami Museum, Indonesia
Remember the Aceh tsunami that occurred on December 26, 2004? This disaster was the biggest disaster that ever happened in Indonesia at that time. Now, all memories of the tsunami have been included in the Aceh tsunami museum.
Here you will find various silent witnesses such as items and portraits about the tsunami. In addition, you are also invited to feel the tsunami when the tsunami occurred through the tsunami hall in this museum. The dark atmosphere and the rumbling sound of water are like a passage of time that takes you to the time when the tsunami hit.
Not only that, in this museum you can also learn about disaster mitigation so you can know what things to do when there are signs of a tsunami coming.
2. Merapi Volcano Museum, Indonesia
When traveling to Yogyakarta, don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Merapi volcano museum. This museum is a place where objects related to Mount Merapi are exhibited.
There are many collections of rocks and also photos when Mount Merapi erupted. In fact, the eruption of Mount Merapi before Indonesia’s independence was also exhibited here. You can also learn about the types of eruptions of Mount Merapi and watch how Mount Merapi erupts in a mini theater provided.
Well, to commemorate the eruption of Mount Merapi in 2010, you can see some items that were affected by the eruption of Mount Merapi, such as motorcycles to household appliances.
3. Wenchuan Earthquake Memorial Museum, China
A great earthquake hit China in the Wenchuan area in 2008. Even this earthquake claimed the lives of thousands of people and made millions of people lose their property.
To see how terrible this earthquake was, you can go to the earthquake memorial museum in Wenchuan. This museum was also created to commemorate the victims who have died. Well, when viewed from above, the design of this museum building resembles a ground crack like what happens during an earthquake.
4. Kobe Earthquake Memorial Museum, Japan
This earthquake museum was created to commemorate the 1995 earthquake in Kobe, Japan.
Here you can see various items left by the victims of this natural disaster that have been neatly arranged and displayed. You can also see demos about the best and most effective building structures to minimize the effects and victims of an earthquake. In addition, you are also invited to watch the process of how Japan recovered from the unfortunate incident.