Upside Down Museum
Upside Down Museum is set to look like a normal regular home. It has every regular home has, a living room, a bedroom, a kitchen, a toilet and a laundry area.
However, it comes with a twist. They were all designed in a peculiar manner and installed on the roof that makes it looks upside down.The visitors will take a while to process the upside down setup.
After they get used to it, then it will be a feast of Instagram worthy pose in every corner. The museum staff will give the visitors some tips to pose in a certain way that makes the picture more interesting.
Image by: Upside Down Museum Official FB
Monday – Friday : 8.45 a.m – 6. 30 p.m
Saturday – Sunday : 8.45 a.m – 7.30 p.m
Without MyKad: RM27
With MyKad: RM 16.00
Without MyKad: RM16
With MyKad: RM11
Without MyKad: RM16
With MyKad: RM8
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So, if you ask me, it is worth going in and having some fun.. and the museum is actually bigger then you might expect it to be… it was definitely bigger then what I expected it to be…
Everything inside Upside Down Museum (颠倒博物馆) is well organize even though everything is hanging upside down, haha ! At time it kinda confuse me on how to take photos of the upside down things inside this museum. The staff working there will be able to help explain on the best angle and post for a nice photo shoot, so just ask the staff working there
Going to Georgetown, Penang with family or friends? Do you love having quirky photos of yourself taken? Then, I’d recommend the Upside Down Museum in Penang.
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