10 Photos of the Linggarjati Brass Negotiation Building, Entrance Ticket Prices, Address Location, History of Origins, Opening Hours and Closes + Mystery Myths


Location: Linggarjati, Cilimus District, Kuningan Regency, West Java 45556
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HTM: IDR 3,000.00
Open and close: 07.00-15.00 WIB (Monday-Friday), 08.00-17.00 WIB (Saturday-Sunday)
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In Kuningan Regency, West Java, you can find a building which was the venue for negotiations between the Republic of Indonesia and the Dutch Government after the war for independence. The name of this building is the Linggarjati Negotiation Building.

Location and Route to the Linggarjati Negotiation Building

The address of the Linggarjati Negotiation Building is in the Wage Block area, Dusun Tiga, Cipaku Village, Cilimus District, Kuningan Regency, West Java. This building is located at an altitude of approximately 400 meters above sea level.

To get to this building, you can choose via Kuningan City or Cirebon City. If from Cirebon, you have to travel about 27 kilometers. Meanwhile, from Kuningan, the distance between Linggarjati Building is approximately 15 kilometers.

When you get there, you don’t have to worry about road conditions because generally the roads are paved and in good condition. You can visit by using two-wheeled or four-wheeled vehicles.

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Those who come from the direction of Cirebon can take the road to Kuningan. Then after passing through Cilimus, you will find the Linggarjati intersection. From the intersection then take a right and follow the road.

From there then proceed to climb to the foot of Mount Ciremai until you find the Linggarjati Agreement Building. The location of this building is adjacent to Linggarjati Tourism Park. In this area you can feel the fresh air from the foot of Mount Ciremai.

Meanwhile, if you use public transportation, you can depart from the Cirebon bus terminal. From there take public transportation with the Kuningan route.

Then you can get off at Cilimus, West Java and then continue with the village transportation from Cilimus-Linggarjati. Later you will find a building that says “Building Negotiations Linggarjati”.

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By using public transportation from Cirebon terminal, you only need to provide it, which costs around Rp. 11,000.00. The details are Rp. 8,000.00 for trips to Kuningan and Rp. 3,000.00 for village transportation.

History of the Linggarjati Negotiation Building

As is well known, this building is a historical witness of the implementation of the Linggarjati Conference in November 1946. This conference was held on 11-12 November 1946 by the two delegations mediated by Lord Kilearn.

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At that time the negotiations were not possible to be held in Jakarta or in Yogyakarta (the temporary capital of the Republic of Indonesia), so a middle way was taken to carry it out in Linggarjati, Kuningan.

On Sunday, November 10, 1946, Lord Killearn who departed from Jakarta using the British frigate HMS Veryan Bay finally arrived in Cirebon. Then he stayed at the Linggarjati Hotel which was also used as a place for negotiations.

Meanwhile the Dutch delegation departed from Jakarta on the “Catalina” flying boat which landed and anchored outside the city of Cirebon. They moved from “Catalina” to the battleship “Banckert” which was used as a floating hotel during the agreement.

The village of Linggasana, which is the name of a village near Linggajati, was the place to stay for the Indonesian delegation led by Sjahrir. They stayed at Bung Sjahrir’s house which was approximately 20 to 25 minutes from the museum.

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Meanwhile, President Soekarno and Vice President Mohammad Hatta were staying at the Regent’s house at the time.

Historical Tour at the Linggarjati Negotiation Building

In this building there is a replica where visitors can feel the atmosphere of the negotiations at that time. You can see an overview of the negotiation process like Sutan Sjahrir, Indonesia’s first prime minister who at that time led the negotiation events.

Then the Indonesian delegation sat in the row to the left. Meanwhile the Dutch occupied the seats on the right.

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Acting as the mediator of these negotiations was a British diplomat named Lord Killearn who was specially sent by the British to Southeast Asia where he is based in Singapore.

There are also a number of documentary photos of this negotiation posted on the walls of the Linggarjati Negotiation Room. One of them is a photo of a foreign journalist typing news. This journalist is at the railing of Bung Sjahrir’s house in Linggasana.

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In addition, you can also see a photo of Bung Sjahrir and W. Schermerhorn in the living room of Bung Sjahrir’s official residence on Jalan Pegangsaan Timur Number 56. The pictures and photos were obtained from the Dutch Embassy.

The photo shows the termination of the Linggarjati Testament Manuscript. Both are the chairmen of the two delegations, Indonesia and the Netherlands. The initialization of the manuscript in Dutch was carried out on November 15, 1946.

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Meanwhile, the initialization in Indonesian and Dutch took place on November 28 at the State Palace, Jakarta. Furthermore, the Linggarjati Agreement was officially signed at the State Palace on March 25, 1947.

Opening Hours and Entrance Ticket Prices

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For those of you who want to visit this building, you can come from Monday to Friday at 07.00 WIB to 15.00 WIB or it could be on Saturday to Sunday from 08.00 to 17.00 WIB.

When visiting there, you don’t need to pay a lot. You only need to prepare a fee of Rp. 3,000.00 per person to get to know the history of the Linggarjati Negotiation Building.

Those are some things about the Linggarjati Negotiation Building that need to be known and maybe used as material for making papers.

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