Sitting right next to the Banking Museum, the Mandiri also exhibits the story of money and banking, but more focused on Indonesia. The building is vast, but the exhibits are quite comically awful. It is worth coming just to see how lame a museum can be. Despite the paucity of what's here, the price is double the entrance fee of next door's better Banking Museum, but it's all relative. The cost is IR10,000 which is about US$0.70. Peanuts. Check out the downstairs vaults, which have endless rows of safes, whereas the main floor has loads of 70s and 80s typewriters and computer keyboards in glass cabinets. It's too comical for words. It's the building you come for and the stained glass on the main staircase is indeed worth the entrance fee alone.
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