If one of your ideal holiday plans is to visit an upside down house, well now it is just a short trip away. The Upside Down House of Borneo was just opened to the public a month ago.
Said STOMPer Frozz, who came across the news online:
"Topsy-turvy, always my dream to visit an upside down house.
"Before the opening of this cool pad by owner Alexander Yee, other upside creations were the upside down restaurant in Matsumoto city, Nagano prefecture, Japan; the Upside Down Church and the WonderWork Amusement Park in the United States; Die Welt Steht Kopf (The World Stands on its Head) House on the island of Usedom in the Baltic Sea; as well as the House-Attack in Vienna, Austria and The House of Katmandu on the Spanish island of Majorca.
"This house in Sabah, at Mile 21, Jalan Telibong, is the first of its kind in South-east Asia (YAY!).
"It has also made it into the Guinness Book of Records, and is called 'Rumah Terbalik' in Malay.
"The house itself also has a message: 'Continuing unchecked development will affect the environment, the livelihood of people. It's like turning the world upside down,' said owner Yee.
"So cool, let's go to Malaysia to visit it now!"