Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Upside Down World, Bali


There is a newly opened tourist attraction in Bali which is can become your next destination when visiting Bali. My dear friend kak Nathalie Stravers shared her experience with her family while visiting this new attraction called Upside Down World. This place is Indonesia's first Upside Down World attraction, however It wasn't my first time known about this kind of place, previously I almost come to Rumah Terbalik (Upside Down House) in Mallaca, Malaysia. Beside Mallaca, this kind of attraction can be found in Sabah where they even have an upside down car in the garage.

How is it like to stay in the house which built upside down?

The Upside Down World, Bali is opened for public this Mar 1st 2016 and has 8 upside down rooms. It is basically like a whole house, you can found living room, bed room, laundry room, kitchen, even bathroom. Here are some pictures taken by Kak Nathalie during her visit with her family. 

Living Room

Bedroom

 Bathroom

Kitchen
They looked like a Spiderman Family, LOL

I can't reach my cereal

The entrance ticket to this place is IDR 100.000 for adults and IDR 50.000, well I think it is too pricey for just 8 rooms. 

TIPS:
1. For the best shot you better bring a camera with wide lens or a GoPro to capture your photo since each room is quite small.
2. Come as early as you can, so you can get parking spot easily and to avoid long queue on taking pictures on each room. 
3. Bring socks to keep off your feet not dirty as they will ask you to take off your shoes.
4. Please don't bring a lot of stuffs with you as they don't have any storage room for visitors. 

What do you think about this kind of attraction? 

Pssttt... On July 1st 2016 they will open Upside Down World in Yogyakarta too


Upside Down World Bali
Jl. ByPass Ngurah Rai No.762, Denpasar, Bali
Opening Hours : 9am - 9pm

17 comments:

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    1. iyaah :(( itungannya mahal bgt segitu, yg di Melaka cuma 15ringgit loh

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    2. Tapi melaka tak begitu photogenic. You pay for what you get darling

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  2. He he, tempat wisata yang menyenangkan. Saya nglihatin fotonya jadi ikut pusing sendiri, tapi asyik banget koq :)

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    1. hihihi iya jadi punya tempat wisata yg agak beda yah :))
      terus pose gaya photonya juga jadi harus kreatif

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  3. Hah serius mau ada di jogja? Untung baca blogmu mba aku jadi tahu mudik nanti bisa ke upside down versi jogja

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    1. iyahh, besok opening di Jogja katanya, aku belum cek alamatnya di mana sih

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  4. Thanks for sharing dear..semoga bermanfaat yah :)

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    1. thank you juga buat info dan foto-fotonya kaakk :)

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  5. yg di jogja tiketnya lebih muraaah ;).. temenku yg udh kesna.. aku sih masih belum... lucu yaa.. seakan kita bisa jalan terbalik gini.. tp aku rada pusing liat foto2nya mei :D

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    1. yang di Jogja berapa kak? hihihi seru sih tapi pasti foto-fotonya

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  6. Aku blm kesampean ihik ihik, btw di jogja sekarang juga ada lho

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    1. iyoopp awal bulan kemarin baru launching om

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  7. Waaaah, sekarang lagi hits banget yah kak upside down museum ini.
    Mungkin terinspirasi dari film Upside Down ^^
    Aku pertama kali nyobain museum kebalik balik gini jaman di Penang, abis dari sana puyeng T_T wkwkw.
    Biasa main di laut dan hutan, eh diajak ke museum yang kebalik balik gini.

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    1. hahaha iyaaahh, lagi rame bener yah museum ini, yg di Jogja katanya juga udah rame tuh

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  8. Hahaha... ini sepertinya di Batu juga ada. di Eco Green Park ada juga Rumah Terbalik :)

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    1. huwaa di Batu ada juga yaa? aku baru tau malahh *brb googling*

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