Kuala Lumpur Upside Down House at KL Tower is the tallest of its kind in the Malaysian capital, featuring a traditional two-storey English cottage, complete with furniture and home décor that are, as the name implies, completely upside down. Located outside the iconic tower, it’s also within walking distances of family-friendly attractions along Jalan P. Ramlee.
The main entrance offers unique photo opportunities, as there’s a bright yellow (and upside down) antique car looming above its visitors. Kuala Lumpur Upside Down House is also surrounded by an upside down garden, housing colourful artificial flowers, grass and trees, as well as gazebos overlooking KL City Centre.
Planning to visit KL Upside Down House?
1. Ride with “KL Hop-ON Hop-OFF” and stop and Station 02 – (Bus Stop Number 2)
2. GO KL City Bus (Purple Line) from station Pasar Seni to KL Tower (KL17)
Take a LRT (eg, KL sentral station) to Dang Wangi station and take a short 10 minute walk following the signage to Menara Kuala Lumpur (KL Tower)
The easiest way is to catch a cab as the roads in KL city center is rather confusing. Try to avoid peak time; 7.00-9.00am, 5.30-8.00pm as the road in the city center will be rather congested.
GPS: 3°09’05.6″N 101°42’09.3″E