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RUMAH TERBALIK (Upside Down House)

>> Sabtu, 30 Mac 2013

TUARAN - Turn your world upside down when you visit this unique house in Tamparuli – literally! The ‘Rumah Terbalik’ (which translates to Upside Down House) is the first of its kind in South East Asia and among the five upside-down structures in the world (3 are found in Europe and another in Japan). The house was opened to the public in early February 2012 and has since been attracting visitors from near and far. The house itself is hard to miss, having been flipped upside down, with its floor facing skyward. Everything inside the house, from furniture to household appliances, hover above your head, as the ceiling is actually the floor. Visitors will notice some distinguishing Sabahan décor and features showcased in this house. In the garage, a car is parked upside down. It might seem disorienting in the first few seconds, but the fascination of it all takes over. This architectural wonder has also been included in the Malaysia Book of Records for being the first of its kind in the nation. Visitors can enjoy a meal or afternoon snack at the Rumah Terbalik Café or pick up a souvenir at the Gift Shop. Guided tours are available. Getting There The house is located along Mile 21, Jalan Telibong, Tamparuli. The journey by road takes approximately 40 minutes. Taxis can take you from the city centre but be sure to make return arrangements as taxis on standby may not be readily available at this location. Opening hours Daily (including public holidays): 8:00am to 10:00pm



Fancy something more unique than your average spa? Then head on to Kampung Luanti, Ranau for a fish massaging session! Located in Kampung Luanti, Ranau, 131 kilometers from Kota Kinabalu (2 hours and 40 minutes drive away); this fish massage ‘spa’ is managed by the Kampung Luanti JKK and lead by Mr. Jeffrin Majangki. In the Local KadazanDusun dialect, ‘tagal’ means ‘no fishing’, and the main purpose of the ‘tagal’ is to preserve the environment as well as the ecosystem to benefit the future generation. ‘Ikan Pelian’ or Malaysian Mahseer comes from the family of Cyprinidae. These fishes are specifically trained by the villagers to perform the healing massage activities. The fish massage is deemed to have a curative effect on those who suffers from psoriasis. Come to Kampung Luanti for regular fish massages and you will enjoy smoother and suppler skin - just like a baby’s bottom. If the idea of fishes nibbling off your dead skin doesn’t thrill you, try other activities such as jungle trekking and camping. Should you intend to stay longer, Kampung Luanti is also equipped with a homestay programme to make visitors feel at home every time. Tariffs Entrance Fee Status Within Ranau (Local) Adult >18 yrs RM 3.00 Children <18 yrs RM 1.00 Outstation (Local) Adult >18 yrs RM5.00 Children <18 yrs RM 2.00 International Adult/ Children RM 10.00 Getting There Transportation Fare (one way) Departure point Return Point Remarks* Bus (direction to Kundasang or Ranau) KK to Ranau RM 15.00 (per person) Ranau to Kg. Luanti RM 6.00 (per person) TERMINAL BAS BANDARAYA (UTARA) City bus terminal (North) Change bus in Ranau to Kg. Luanti Beside the entrance of poring hot spring Change bus in Ranau to KK KK - Ranau 7:30am-5:00pm Ranau- Kg. Luanti 7:00am-3:00pm Taxi Approximate: 1) RM 160 per taxi 2) RM 300 per taxi 1) Ranau taxi stand (next to Merdeka Field) 2) Hotel · Take bus from Kg. Luanti to Ranau town. · find a Taxi back to KK Car rental From RM 180 and above per day per car · Car rental company · Hotel lobby for car rental service Refer to car rental list


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