Thailand’s Upside Down House, an Entertainment that Will Challenge Your Senses

You probably have heard about the upside-down house but you have never seen it – and you don’t have any idea of how it looks like. You don’t have a single clue of what to expect inside the place. No need to worry. The place isn’t scary at all. In fact, it is filled with fun stuff and giggles. You can have as many photos as you want, making them memorable and unforgettable.

The Unique Appeal of the House

The Upside Down House - The Unique Appeal of the House

In Thai, this spot is known as Baan Teelanka which means Upside Down house. As the name suggests, this attraction is coming in a form of a house that is upside down. You won’t miss it; the house is painted pink.

Because it is upside down, you will have to enter through the attic on the roof, where you can go to the living area. Inside the spot, everything is upside down so let your brain process it for a while. It may be confusing – some people may get dizzy for a while – but it is only temporary. As your brain adjusts itself, you will start to understand things. For a sure thing, you will be walking right on the ceiling.

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The Maze

The Upside Down House - The Maze

In this area, you won’t only find the house but there is also a maze that will challenge your senses and skills. You can watch people trying to find their exit from the house. It may seem easy but don’t let it fool you! Once you try it, it may not be as easy as you think. The maze is different from the house and you will have to pay again to get the access.

Operational Hours and Ticket

The Upside Down house is located on the By-Pass Road at Chalermprakiet 51/11 Ratchakan Thi 9 Road. It opens from 10 AM to 6 PM. If you want to visit the house only, the admission ticket is 350 baths for adults and 190 baths for kids (age ranges from 4 years old to 11 years old). If you want to visit both the house and the maze, the admission ticket is 460 baths for adults and 250 baths for kids.

How to Reach It

The Upside Down House - How to Reach It

If you drive, you will be on route 402 after the bridge crossing. Just stay on it for 31 kilometres and then turn right. It takes another 2 kilometres before you see the signs on your left. If you are travelling from Old Town Phuket, it takes around 11 kilometres to reach the house. You can use a tuk-tuk to get you there. However, if you want to, you can also choose other types of transportations.

The upside-down house isn’t only available in Thailand as there are some in Europe and America. But it will cost you more to travel there, right? Going to Thailand seems like the right option – plus, you get to enjoy other attractions while you are at it. Plan your next trip and start from now. Visit Airpaz to make arrangements for your flights. Have a safe trip!


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