Southeast Sulawesi Museum
State Museum of Southeast Sulawesi Province
The official museum in 1991 in Kendari has many collections in the building. The collections in the building are biology, ethnography, archeology, history, and so on.
Buton Palace Museum
Funatiq – Buton palace fort is used as a museum located in the center of the city of Bau-Bau. The fortress made of mountain stones is neatly arranged and has 12 entrances and exits. Each door has a different name. The collections of the Buton Palace Museum are war equipment such as cannons, hats, and spears, then there are ceremonial tools such as altars, flower vases or spittoons, and so on.
The Wallacea Museum located in Kendari presents several flora and fauna. Of course, the flora and fauna in Wallacea are experiencing extinction. Types of organisms from the island of Sulawesi to the island of Papua are in this museum. Not only that sea and land water microorganisms must exist. Museums that are sources of information, and education about culture, such as the Wallacea Museum, are easy to find because they are close to the Kendari Archipelago Harbor.
The Kamali Baadia Palace Museum in Baubau, Southeast Sulawesi. This museum is a traditional Kamali house, where there are 2 houses. But what is made into a museum is a second home. Because the first house is used as a residence.
Kamali traditional house is the residence of the 43rd sultan of Buton. At the end of Sultan Muhammad Falihi Kaimuddin’s tenure as the last sultan, his place became the Baadia museum. Where this museum is often called the Wolio cultural center. The floor plan of the Baadia Museum is the letter L which has 2 levels and is divided into several rooms. The first level of the Baadia Museum is where royal objects such as silverware, urns, clothes, and photographs are stored. Then the second level contains brass, ceramics, weapons, and others.