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The Upside Down House in Borneo

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Kg. Telibong Mile 21, Jalan Telibong Tamparuli Malaysia 89208
 
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Listing created by grato1412 on March 23, 2013    

One of the newest attractions in Sabah, the Upside Down House is just what the name suggests, a house which was built upside down that provides fun for all ages. Considered the first of it's kind in South East Asia, visitors can now view a traditional Sabah kampung house, fully equipped with kitchen, living room, bedrooms, toilet and veranda in a new perspective – upside down!

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Weekday Opening Hours:
8 am - 10 pm
Weekend Opening Hours:
8 am - 10 pm
Entrance Fees:
RM10
Price Range
  • < $10
  • $10-$20


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(Updated: March 23, 2013)

It's a topsy turvy world!

The house is considered one of the newer attractions in Sabah and upon it's initial launch to the public, it received lots of media attention as it was the first of it's kind in South East Malaysia.

The house itself is pretty unique. For one, all of the interiors are all upside down and let's us see the world in a topsy turvy perspective. The house also retains all the elements of a traditional Sabahan house such as an old sewing machine and wooden furniture, all glued to the ceiling. To top it off, there's even an upside down car located outside of the house! Initially, I felt some motion sickness when I first entered as I felt my whole world being turned 180 degrees upside down. However, as I proceeded with my tour of the house, this motion sickness began to go away.

Next, the staffs were also very informative and friendly. Showing us the true meaning of hospitality, they will surely answer your questions without hesitation.

There's also a souvenir shop located outside of the house. Don't worry, your world's back to normal this time, so there won't be any upside down browsing. The items available includes a selection of t-shirts to some cultural merchandise from Sabah.

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Average Spent Per Person:
10
Best part:
Upside down feeling
Recommend to a friend:
Yes
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