Let’s Turn Your World Upside Down!!!!!
Kuala Lumpur Upside Down House
One of the newest attractions in Kuala Lumpur City, Kuala Lumpur Upside Down House is the first of its kind in the city as well as the tallest upside down house in Malaysia. Strategically located in the heart of the bustling Golden Triangle with an area of 2000 square feet, Kuala Lumpur Upside Down House is an ideal and fun attraction to visit for selfies, pictures and videos that can challenge your imagination. As you make your way in, you will be welcomed by an archway at the entrance that has an inverted antique Morris 1974 Volkswagen Beetle car. There is a beautiful garden to be your photo’s background too.
The Kuala Lumpur Upside Down House is a striking yellow/orange double-storey upside down house styled like a modern English cottage, fully equipped with bedrooms, bathrooms, a living room and kitchen and all have been constructed upside down. Think of beds and sofas on the ceiling in the bedroom, cabinets hanging in the kitchen and kiddy sandcastle tools strewn about the ceiling. Visitors can have the bizarre feeling of walking on the ceiling while the furniture stands above your head. Creatively posed self with your imaginations to the set and you will be upside down in an upside down house.
Situated in the area of Malaysia’s iconic KL Tower, Kuala Lumpur Upside Down House is super easy to visit as it is only 5 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) or from Bukit Bintang area. You can either hop on to the KL Hop-On Hop-Off bus or take a taxi to KL Tower and there is a free shuttle services at KL Tower’s entrance to Kuala Lumpur Upside Down House.
Ticketing & Operation Hours
Operation Hours: 9am-7pm daily
Ticket price: Price for MyKad : RM15 (adult); RM10 (child below 12yrs old)
Price for Non-MyKad: RM20 (adult); RM15 (child below 12yrs old)
There are several more Upside Down House in Malaysia!
1. Upside Down House in Borneo!
Malaysia’s first upside-down house was constructed in Tuaran, Sabah, in 2012.
The first-of-its kind in Malaysia, Upside Down House is a traditional Sabah kampong house fully equipped with kitchen, living room, bedrooms, toilet, veranda and garden flipped upside down. Visitors can have the bizarre feeling of walking on the ceiling while the furniture stands above your head! The upside-down kampung house is designed for all ages, nationalities and it’s wheelchair friendly.
Upside Down House
Batu 21, Jalan Telibong, Tamparuli, Sabah.
Tel: 6088-78 3911
2. Upside Down Museum in Penang!
Opened on 8 August 2015, Upside Down Museum is an interactive museum that offers a unique experience on Kimberley Street where visitors can walk from room to room, seeing the upside down living room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and there is even cafes and shops that are upside down.
Upside Down Museum
45, Lebuh Kimberly, 10100 George Town, Malaysia.
GPS: 5.41578, 100.33348
Operation Hour: Daily – 9:00 am to 6:30 pm.
Tel: 604-264 2660
Facebook: Upside Down Museum 顛倒博物館
3. Upside Down House Gallery in Melaka!
Upside Down House Gallery is a fun place where all the furniture and decors are placed upside down. This house is divided into 5 sections; namely, living room, kitchen, children’s room, master bedroom and bathroom. Everything is upside down! You need to think out of the box so only you can let your creativity go wild! Come and experience it with your friends or family!
4. Upside Down Art Gallery in Port Dickson!
When you get inside the upside down house, the ceiling is actually the floor and when you walk around the place, you will notice everything hanging above you. One of the highlights is the bathroom where you can have your photo taken with your head sticking out of the toilet bowl. Check it out!!!
Upside Down Art Gallery
No. 13A 15, Jalan Coral Walk, Batu 9, Jalan Pantai,
71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.
Operation Hours: Daily-10.00am to 9.00pm
Tel: 6016-336 8751
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Upside Down Warm House in Johor!
Launched on 7th May 2016, the famous upside down house finally arrived at Johor Bahru. All the things inside the house is turned upside down by featuring 3D & 5D art for an extraordinary viewing illusion. It’s time to show your photography skill.
Upside Down Warm House
5019 , Jalan Kenari 1 , Bandar Putra Kulai, Johor Bahru.
Operation Hours: Daily-9:00am to 10:00pm
Tel: 607-599 5019
6. Upside Down Art Gallery in Kelantan!
Launched in early of September 2016, Upside Down Art Gallery was renovated and decorated by the owner together with his brother without any others help.
The upside down house is an interesting place where all the furniture and decors are placed upside down. Demonstrate your creativity pose with your friends or family in the upside down house.
Upside Down Art Gallery
PT 402, Tingkat Bawah, Bandar Baru Tunjong, 15200 Kota Bahru, Kelantan.