Da Nang’s ‘upside-down’ house

By Minh Quan   November 8, 2018 | 11:11 pm PT
Turn your camera upside down and you friends will walk on ceilings and walls.
Da Nangs upside-down house

A house in Ho Xuan Huong Street in the central city of Da Nang is set up to look "upside down", creating the illusion it is gravity-free. People holding their cameras upside down to shoot photos can make their friends hang down from the ceiling or jut out of walls.

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Going into business in early January 2018, the house consists of 10 different rooms with 10 different topics.

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Seven are upside down: living room, bedroom, study, kitchen, toilet, laundry room, and mini mart.

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Foreign tourists "stand in the kitchen ceiling"

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The other three rooms have a 90 degree concept and a vintage decor, with two of them being a hair salon and a supermarket.

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If it is your first visit, you might be surprised to see the "ceiling" on the ground and objects hanging from the actual ceiling. All slightly eccentric?

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Not surprisingly, the place attracts many children. This photo shows a room designed as as a restaurant with a 90-degree setup.

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Thuy Tien was excited about her first experience: "Everything makes my head spin."

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The place opens from 9:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m. Tickets cost VND99,000 ($4.22) for adults and VND59,000 ($2.51) for children between the heights of 90 cm and 130 cm. Entry is free for smaller children. You can make a reservation if you visit in a group.

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