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It's not every day you get to gape at mind-bending art inside a 97,000-square-foot aircraft hangar. Chinese-Indonesian billionaire Budi Tek founded Yuz Museum in the 1980s after he started collecting contemporary Chinese works. His expansive collection now includes Western artists, and past exhibitions have included Random International’s Rain Room, a Giacometti retrospective, and interactive shows by Korean artist Koo Jeong A. After wandering the galleries, be sure to enjoy a fortifying green tea in the museum’s sunbathed café. And if you can, time your visit to coincide with one of the museum's infamous dance parties. The world's best DJs jet from all over the globe to do their thing here.