Samudra Raksa Museum is a maritime museum located just several hundred meters north of 8th century Borobudur buddhist monument, within Borobudur archaeological complex, Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia. The museum featuring the ancient maritime trade links between ancient Indonesia, Madagascar, and East Africa popularly dubbed as "the cinnamon route". The centerpiece of museum is the full scale reconstruction of Borobudur ship that have took the journey across Indian Ocean from Jakarta, Indonesia, to Accra, Ghana in 2003—2004.
The Ship Museum Samudra Raksa was opened by Coordinating Minister for Welfare Prof.Dr. Alwi Shihab of the Republic of Indonesia on 31 August 2005. A fitting tribute to the crew and all who worked with and supported the Borobudur Ship Expedition.