The first of its kind in South East Asia. This unique building is situated along the main highway to Mount Kinabalu, Kiulu river rafting and all the districts on the east coast of Sabah (ie; Sandakan, Lahad Datu, Semporna and Tawau)
This brand new attraction is located in Kampung Telibong, Batu 21, Jalan Telibong, Tamparuli, district of Tuaran.
Opened to public on 1st February 2012, you can not view a traditional Sabah kampung house, fully equipped with kitchen, living room, bedrooms, toilet and veranda in a new perspective – upside down!
Build on a slight incline to challenge both the builders and viewer’s perspective. It will be a fun experience for everyone!
The upside-down kampung house is designed for all ages and nationalities and its wheelchair friendly. Allow 30-45 minutes for your visit.
As part of the Tuaran Craft Village, you’ll also be able to browse in our well stocked gift shop, taste international pastry in our Rumah Terbalik café and even stop at our garden toilet for nature call!
A visit to our “Upside-down kampung house’’ will be one of your most memorable experiences and it is a must-see attraction on your Sabah itinerary.
And as of 8th February 2012, Rumah Terbalik has be listed within the Malaysia Book of Records as the 1st Upside Down House in Malaysia! -source
picture taken from Sabahluv.com