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Visited this museum just two days ago. Of course a sad history with so much loss of life. There are many aspects to this museum, however they do state that they were aware of the Tsunami's history in Banda Ache but it was forgotten and...More
The museum is well served as a reminder of the catastrophic event that is (still) can happen; the bulidings are very well designed; particularly the entrance leading to a meditative chamber with inscriptions on the surrounding wall.
The information boxes should be more well maintaned...More
The Aceh Tsunami Museum is the place for people to remember those who perished in the Tsunami back in 2004. Even if you only vaguely remember how the Tsunami ravaged the people back then, in here you could refresh your memory and witness one of...More
I visited this museum twice within the same week, giving me the opportunity to spend time absorbing all the information and appreciate what the Acehnese people went through and what they have achieved since then. Entry is free because they want everybody to be able...More
Free of admission but I would gladly pay an admission fee to support the maintenance of the building. The modern architecture has captured the concept totally and the rooms convey an important message. The 'Wishing Well'room is impressive and deeply felt.
All the countries that...More
It is a tragedy in a blunt way, as a quarter of humans lost their life in a devastating earthquake and a horrible aftermath “the tsunami” in Aceh. Life is precious and yet fragile. This message is conveyed in the museum that hosts memories to...More
Aceh Tsunami Museum is a museum dedicated in rememberance of tsunami which hit Aceh in 2004. There are several sections in the museum depicting situations during and after tsunami.
The most interesting and also heartbreaking section for me was the room called 'Wishing Well'. The...More