Upside Down House Melaka
How would it feel if suddenly the earth turn upside down? If you are curious to know what it’s like, Upside Down House is the best place to spend the time with especially with the family members and friends.
Here, you can take all kinds of creative pictures. You can also have a unique and dizzying experience where everything is upside down.There are five sections of the house, which are the kitchen, the living room, the master bedroom, the children’s bedroom and the bathroom. All the furniture and home appliances are positioned upside down. For some people, it can take some times to get used to it.
The challenge here is to take picture creatively at every corner of the house for the realistic effect. If you don’t know how and have no idea how to post, the staff here will help you and recommend several techniques to help improve your picture taking skill.
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Monday – Thursday: 9.00 a.m – 7.00 p.m
Friday – Sunday: 9.00 a.m – 9.00 p.m
Adult: RM 15.00
Children: RM 10.00
Senior Citizen: RM 15.00
Disabled: 50% discount
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If you are planning a visit there, don’t worry about not knowing how to pose or not having anyone take a picture for you, their staffs are very friendly and they will guide you to pose and help you take photos as well.
When we entered the gallery, the staff gave us a briefing and showed us some of the creative photos pasted on the wall. Then, we are free to roam around and take as many photos as we like. It all depends on your creativity to have the most creative photos taken. What you need to do is to snap a photo and turn it upside down to see the effect.
Basically, in case you don;t know what is this upside down house gallery, it is a gallery in which everything inside is arranged upside down i.e stucked to the ceiling. They are so cool!! they’re all so pretty and arranged very nicely like a normal house. even the smallest details is taken care very well!!
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