New Cultural Hall for Badung

The Bandung provincial government has announced it is building a state-of-the-art cultural center. The Graha Mangu Mandala Cultural Hall, which will be built in the grounds of the Bandung government in Sempidi, will have international standards as a center of art and cultural activities and entertainment. The building area is about 18,000 square meters and will be able to fit 2,600 people in the audience with two balconies and an open stage equipped with a hydraulic stage system, LED, sound system and lighting! The cultural hall is intended for international events, both traditional and modern arts and is aiming to be completed in 2019 for approximately Rp 300 billion. The government says the project is all ready to start straight away!


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