Upside Down World Bali
If you want to come up with mind-boggling vacation snapshots, head over to Upside Down House, a famous indoor attraction in Bali where tourists can pose in seven uniquely designed rooms where decors are upside down on purpose.
Upside Down House in Bali, a tourist attraction in the island that is quickly becoming famous, is a place where families can enjoy posing wacky actions that end up as gravity-defying shots in photos. Angle is important if you want a perfect shot, so if you don’t know what pose looks best on photos, ask help from the friendly staff who surely knows what pose you should do. The place is perfect for families since kids can also join the adults in the fun photoshoots in the fascinating yet disorienting rooms.
Upside Down House is located at Jalan Bypass Ngura, Denpasar, 4 kilometres away from Denpasar Airport.
Opening Days and Hours
Upside Down House is open from 9:00 to 21:00.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Admission to the attraction costs USD 7.50 for adults and USD 3.80 for children.
How to Get There
- From Denpasar Airport, take a taxi or rent a scooter to Upside Down House.
- Backpackers/solo travelers
- Group of friends
- Families with kids
Time to Spend
You can spend for at least an hour in the area. However, this could change especially during the busy season.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
The busiest hours of Upside Down House is between 11:00 to 15:00. If you want to avoid busy crowds, schedule your visit from 16:00 onwards.
Significant number of restaurants serving Indonesian, Asian, and Western delicacies are available near Upside Down House. Choose from MEBO, Gourmet Sate House, Masakan Padang Sinar Baru, Ichiban Bali, Visnoe Restaurant, and Kemangi Restaurant.
- Tanah Lot
- Sanur Bali
- Bali Museum
- La Meyeur Museum
Find accomodations in nearby hotels such as Berry Biz Hotel, Dash Hotel, Intercontinental Bali Resort, Harrads Hotel, and La Meridien Bali. Rates range from USD 50 to USD 100.