A tourist display building with a very special feature, the whole house is inverted form, quite interesting.
Baan Teelanka is a very special art museum in Phuket. When you walk in, you will find everything in the museum, ranging from furniture to accessories, all upside down. The other rooms are the same, and they will give you a taste. It feels dizzy. In addition, there is the first garden maze in Thailand behind the museum. Although it does not have the sense of tallness seen in the movie, it is quite interesting. You can come and play when you have time.
This three-story building about 13 meters high has the roof facing the ground and the floor facing the sky. Outside the house, the tuk-tuk, dog house, post box, etc. stand upside down, and all the equipment and furniture such as the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and stairs in the house are also upside down on the ceiling. It completely subverts the sense of space in people's perception, which is amazing. Walk into the house and feel the wonderful experience of walking on the ceiling, dancing, and easily "stand up". It is full of fun to watch the outside world from different angles.
Interesting place, but mainly for taking pictures. Very small, one hour is enough.
A very interesting place. At first glance, I thought it was 3D photography. Later I found out that the highlights were different. It was a very interesting experience, and everything looked so realistic.