This is one of the palace wells for the cooking area.
The water was transferred to the pot by Elder Knorpp. We were told it was clean and OK to drink. OOOOOO KKKKKKK - yeah. You first!!!!
This is a diorama depicting one of the wars with the Dutch. In this one, the war was apparently bankrupting the Dutch govt. so they sent an emissary for peace and when the king showed up, they captured and exiled him to another island and "won" the war.
This is a wooden model of the Kraton - all 57 hectares of it. The museum only covers about one hectare.
Believe it or not, this is a game where each player places a nut under the long, thin piece of the game and the the center section is struck with the club. The person whose nut doesn't crack open - wins.! ??????
And finally, I had to show the musically tuned Ming Dynasty vases. Yes, you can touch and play them as part of the tour. That is our guide. Pretty good English and he was somewhat of a comic. Example: "The bride received a dowry which was placed in a special chest and carried to the wedding. Now she just gets a credit card! HAHAHA!!"