Living in Salia and looking at the map for about 20 minutes is the same direction as going to Shenshan. The scenic spot is not big, it consists of three parts: inverted house, 3D Museum and gift shop. I have been to the 3D Pavilion of Oriental Village in Lankawi before. It's a relatively small one. I didn't visit it, but went to the upside-down house. The upside-down house is built on the prototype of Bajiao people's residence, which is the second largest ethnic group in Sabah. It is first visited by kitchen, including bedroom, living room, toilet and balcony. It is not allowed to take photos inside and knock on the door.
Inversion of all the things in the house, the eyes can see is inverted, accidentally will be dizzy.
Okay, that's a little bit of a special scenic spot, suitable for photography.
Binocular vision allows you to see the world clearly, but sometimes delusions can make you obsessed.
Dizziness, upside down the mysterious house of heaven and earth.
感觉比较新奇 天地颠倒了 别有一番趣味 值得尝试