Sawahlunto Museum on TDS 2013

Goedang Ransoem Museum Staff with Colonial Clothes Picture: MGR Collection

Goedang Ransoem Museum Staff with Colonial Clothes
Picture: MGR Collection

By: Nizes Mise, Amd

Tour de Singkarak is an annual road bicycle racing held in West Sumatra, Indonesia, and named after the Lake Singkarak. First staged in 2009, Tour de Singkarak together is one of Indonesian official tournament series of Union Cycliste International (UCI).

In 2013, Tour De singkarak will be held on june 2013 and preparation for this event has been arranged by local government (generally for West Sumatera  and Sawahlunto Municipalities for Especially) in order to welcome Tour De Singkarak. Sawahlunto Museum ( Museum Goedang Ransoem , Train Museum and Mbah  Soero Tunnel) for example,Museum Goedang Ransoem have started  any of preparation that support this event.  Rearrangement of exhibition space has been carried out since the 11th of March 2013. Some of means information changed  in order the information is more interesting and informative. All of means information are ready to display.

Goedang Ransoem Museum Staff with Colonial Clothes Picture: MGR Collection

Goedang Ransoem Museum Staff with Colonial Clothes
Picture: MGR Collection

Large pot and some of collection of Goedang Ransoem Museum are also  rearrangement like the same look as a public kitchen still operated as  cooking place  in a large scale in colonial times.

For cleanliness of buildings and museum collections would have been very definitely do by the crew of museums like cleaning  large pot , old songket  ( traditional weaving) , and cleaning all of collections . So that when visitors come, the museum will look very beautiful with an interesting collection arrangement, clean and well maintained and informative

How with the staff of museum ? What preparation that have they do ?  Yap…. the museum staff are also getting ready to welcome the participants of Tour de Singkarak 2013 , official, and all interested parties by wearing special clothes, unique and interesting. Later when organizing the event, the staff will wear typical dutch chef (for women) and the colonial clothing (for men). Changes in the appearance of this museum will give a different feel, because it will feel alive and matching with the function of the museum building in colonial times that  is none other than a place to cook in a large scale…….

Ok… guys… don’t miss it…… visit Goedang Ransoem Museum Now……

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