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There’s An Upside Down House in Kuala Lumpur?

This new attraction will turn your world topsy-turvy

Photos: Kuala Lumpur Upside Down House / Facebook

Everyone, at some point, has felt like their life is topsy-turvy. In this new attraction across the border, you’ll find that everything is indeed upside down, like a trippy Alice in Wonderland dream.

The Kuala Lumpur Upside-Down House (any naming competitions there?) or Rumah Terbalik KL in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is a perfectly dreamy double-storey cottage, furnished with bedrooms, bathrooms, a living room and kitchen. Except everything has been turned upside down.

This certainly makes for some hilarious and confusing photo opportunities:

What’s the ceiling? What’s the floor? What’s even real any more?

Outside the house, things aren’t any more normal. There’s an upside-down garage with a suspended car and an upside-down garden is on its way.

It looks insanely fun, but pro tip: Maybe don’t turn up while inebriated.

Admission fees (until 4 Aug) are RM15 (adults) and RM10 (children). For more information, visit here.