To promote Indonesia's rich culture to travelers, a Nanoblock pop-up was created, which consists of various exhibits that offer a glimpse at what life is like for locals.
At the museum, guests can simply explore the different intricate sculptures, or even try their hand at building their own in the fringe activity area. Due to these interactive workshops, the Nanoblock pop-up is well-suited to traveling families who are looking to for a unique form of entertainment. Once guests have created their own sculptures with the instructions that are provided to them, they can take it home after purchasing the materials.
For those who just want a collectible, there's over 70 pre-made sculptures that can be purchased as well.