(at the carpark)
(at the garage with the upside down Perodua Kancil)
(let's not pose underneath the Perodua...)
(the upside down house)
(me and Sofiyah....)
(with students from UniMas)
(Upside down garden....)
(hope the water can stay put...)
(upside down toilet.....phewww)
We visited the Rumah Terbalik (upside down house) at Tamparuli, Kota Kinabalu, Wednesday November 13 2013. We were on our way back to the hotel from Kinabalu Park, when the driver we hired took us to Rumah Terbalik.
Entrance fee is RM10 for adults. We were allowed to take pictures outside the Rumah Terbalik only. Taking pictures inside Rumah Terbalik is prohibited. Before entering the house, one of the visitors had to beat the gong to signal the occupant to open the door. Once inside, we had a guide who took us around the house from the living room, the dining, the kitchen, the masterbedroom, the childrens'bedroom, the bathroom and the balcony. Everything is upside down, from the furniture to the crockery and kitchen utensils.
There is also a souvenir and gift shop at Rumah Terbalik. Ensure you get a receipt when purchasing the entrance ticket.