Something's odd about this man's house

Welcome to my upside-down home.

 I drive home and park my upside-down car.

 I pay this guy to hold up the couch.

This guy has an even harder job - 
keeping tea in the teacup.

Home, sweet upside-down home.

It's called "Rumah Terbalik", or "reversed home", in the Malay language.

The building - which looks like a traditional Sabah kampung house except for its upside-down orientation - was created by Alexander Yee as an attraction to point out how overdevelopment might turn the word upside down. He charges to take a tour.

- Amazing upside-down house in Malaysia (Full Pictures Rumah Terbalick), Dunia Panas>>
- When in South East Asia, take a tour>>

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