#25 day of February – Upside Down Museum

Your friends will be amazed at how you managed to get those strange images of you standing on the ceiling! Sure, it’s a tourist trap, but there’s no doubting the charm of Georgetown’s Upside Down Museum. This oddball mini-museum is loaded with exhibits that are – you guessed it – upside down!

This museum is just a collection of rooms that seem like a house. Everything is upside down, including the living room, bathroom, kitchen, and laundry area. You visit each place, and a staff member allocated to that location postures you and takes your photo with your camera.

When the image is flipped, you appear to be in whatever room you are doing whatever activity, but UPSIDE DOWN!

Photo Credit: klimovaolga

Map It: 45, Lebuh Kimberley, George Town, 10100 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

 | Phone: +60 4 264 2660 | Cost: RM 27

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