Today Indonesia is celebrating National Batik Day 2023, of course, to welcome National Batik Day 2023 on October 2 you can visit the Jakarta Textile Museum, in Indonesia.

Interestingly, every three months this Textile Museum always holds exhibitions other than batik.

In this exhibition, the Batik Museum carries the theme "Matra Nir Tenun", which displays a collection of knitting, weaving, and fabrics made of bark.


Taking information from, "When there is an exhibition, the batik collection is in the Batik Gallery. The batik on display is also different, adapted to the theme of the region".

Location of the Textile Museum

The Textile Museum is located on Jalan K.S. Tubun Number 2-4, South Bamboo City, Palmerah District, West Jakarta City.

Location of the Textile Museum
The Textile Museum (Photo:

Textile Museum opening hours

The Textile Museum is open to the public every day except Mondays from 09.00 WIB to 15.00 WIB.

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Especially for batik-making workshops at the Textile Museum pavilion, it is expected to come before 15.00 WIB.

Textile Museum entrance ticket price

Every visitor who wants to enter the Textile Museum will be charged ticket rates starting from Rp 2,000 for children, starting from Rp 3,000 for students, and starting from Rp 5,000 for adults.

Textile Museum entrance ticket price

As for group tickets of at least 30 people, ticket fees start from IDR 1,500 for children, starting from IDR 2,250 for students, and starting from IDR 3,750 for groups. adult.

If you want to make batik in the pendopo, there is a fee starting from IDR 50,000 to make a compact batik fabric size of 50X50 centimeters.

If visitors want to make batik on large cloth, one meter of cloth is available, the price is IDR 200,000 per person.

That's a little information about "The Jakarta Textile Museum, in Indonesia". Hopefully useful and a reference for those of you who want to enjoy tours with a different atmosphere.