Living in Saria, looking at the map about 20 minutes by car, it is the same direction to the mountain. The scenic spot is not very big and consists of three parts: Upside Down House, 3D Pavilion and Gift Shop. I've been to the 3D pavilion in Oriental Village in Langkawi before. Seeing this is relatively small, I didn't visit it, but went to the Upside Down House. The Upside Down House was built based on the residence of the Bajo people, the second largest ethnic group in Sabah. The tour starts with the kitchen, including the bedroom, living room, toilet, and balcony. It is not allowed to take pictures inside, but knock on the door to enter.
A very interesting attraction. The house is upside-down when viewed from the outside. The bottom is up, and it is even more incredible when you enter inside. The floor is above the head. The whole is subversive. It is very unique and interesting.
the house u unique..then their staff so helpfull and welcoming..more thing what u cñan buy at the shop then most importing they give information of culcure and life sabahan people
It’s more suitable for taking pictures, it’s just as fun
It feels more novel, the world is turned upside down, it’s not fun, it’s worth trying