The Oriental Museum was built in 2008 and belongs to the Oriental Foundation. Located in the Coastal Industrial Building. Among the exhibits are Chinese porcelain, African dental carvings, Indonesian textiles, Japanese screens, antique snuff bottles, cross made in Asia, fancy clothes and various accessories. It is a manifestation of Portuguese multiculturalism. It also reflects Portugal's long history of cultural exchanges with Asian countries as a maritime power.
Oriental Museum, located in Lisbon, is the cultural exchange center between East and West of Portugal. The exhibits in the museum are representative commodities and historical introduction of trade between the Portuguese Empire and East, especially China in the history. The famous exhibits include various kinds of porcelain and bronze statues.
If time permits, you can also take a stroll to appreciate the fruits of cultural exchanges between Asia and Portugal.
It's very good. It introduces the civilizations of China and Japan. It shows that all kinds of civilizations can influence each other.
The Oriental Museum is an interesting place, where the artistic style is unique and combines the cultural atmosphere of the world.
Very unique. The restaurant is beautiful and the food is delicious. Parking is easy. Buses and trams are nearby.
Some exhibits from Asian countries and regions are on display. Friends who like oriental culture can visit them.
This museum is very unique and large in scale, and the traffic around it is very convenient.