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Reviewed 7 September 2016 via mobile

Went there on last month July 2016. Before heading to a day trip self drive to Kundasang, we drop by here. Since I heard many times about all this features of "Rumah Trbalik" in other place. What a harm to visit and experience of it. Something unique and effort from the owner on creating this kind of house with everything is upside down. There is a person will explain to you on the house. And they strighly want us to follow the rules not to touch anything and walk within the path in the area. The heaviest item in that house is Singer Sewing machine that my mum use to make my school uniform is on top of the house. Overall experience, we had a good time there and spending a lots of time in 3D bcoz we are the only person there.

Date of experience: July 2016
Thank maslinaa_18
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AlexanderYee, General Manager at Rumah Terbalik, responded to this reviewResponded 22 October 2016

Thank you for your feed back Maslina.

We are glad you enjoyed your visit to our place. Yes, part of the objectives of the House is to let us remember our past heritage such as the sewing machine you saw!

Take care.

Regards

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Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

Something new and exciting with everything over my head, tables and chairs fixed to the ceiling it's a place you need to see for a different experience.

Date of experience: August 2016
Thank pawpawlai
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AlexanderYee, General Manager at Rumah Terbalik, responded to this reviewResponded 22 October 2016

Thank you for your kind feed back!

You have managed to see the House from our eyes perspective (upside down) and we are very glad!

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Reviewed 23 August 2016

Well, the name itself is self-explanatory. Whats unique about the place is that its the first one in Asia if Im not mistaken. The house is just a simple small house, except for the external and internal items being upside down. Dont expect much as the tour is just a brief one.

Date of experience: November 2015
Thank nureenz
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AlexanderYee, General Manager at Rumah Terbalik, responded to this reviewResponded 22 October 2016

Thank you for your feed back.

We are sorry that you have missed the education aspect of the tour. And the important environmental message that House brings - Should human development continues at this current unchecked pace, everything will turn upside down.

Moreover, many historical facts of Sabah is either displayed or explained by the guides during your visit.

In any case, thank you for visiting us.

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Reviewed 4 August 2016

this house was upside down from outside to inside except the air-conditioner and cctv. a tour guide was very helpful in explaining. the tour was too short for the ticket price..which i think its not worthy..

Date of experience: March 2016
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Reviewed 27 July 2016

We went there last weekend just to fill up our time. Pay RM32 for the entrance fee. Consider it quite expensive for a simple attraction.

Fortunately we entered the 3D museum 1st. I guess it has more than 20 pictures for us to snap the picture. It would more memorable if your companions are huha-huha type so u can snap a great shot. Since the 2 of us are shy2 type (ala2 wanita melayu terakhir version) so our shot is not really outstanding one.

Then we went to Rumah Terbalik. We've been guided by sweet tour guide and no pictures are allowed inside the room since this place is not associated with government program. The room consists of 2 bed rooms, hall, kitchen and bath room. Just a normal house but in upside condition. Nothing remarkable about the house.

Overall just ok lah for those not going to any upside down house and 3D museum before.

Date of experience: July 2016
Thank imam6979
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