In Shanghai, an open house is being visited by a record many tourists. However, the house that is open for viewing is not your typical house, but an upside-down house!

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Once you enter the house, your world is bound to turn upside-down. With all the furniture hanging, it feels as if you are walking on the ceiling. The sloping floor adds to the impression that you are about to fall because of dizziness.

Construction started in November and it was finished after five months. A lot of people lined up to experience an upside-down world.

“I’ve felt a little dizzy since I came in. Everything has been turned upside-down. It’s pretty interesting. But I think the real reason I feel dizzy is that the floor is sloping. That’s why I feel dizzy,” said 27-year-old Qi Huang.

“The little toilet in the bathroom made the biggest impression on me. I think its design is pretty innovative. Normal people may not think about it this way, but when I took a look at it inside, I had the feeling that water might fall out of it. It made me feel really odd,” Mingjiao Sun said.

“I felt like I was standing on the ceiling. The house is upside-down, but I still didn’t fall off,” nine-year-old Yijian Wang said.

A visit around the house costs around 30 RMB (US$5).

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Genevieve Baxa

Genevieve Baxa

Genevieve Baxa is a college student living in the Philippines. She has a great passion in writing, especially in writing short stories. This unpredictable lady loves everything about East Asia. She is enthralled by the culture and fashion of these countries. She also loves everything about children; teaching them; taking care of them; and playing with them. In addition to that, Genevieve especially loves to go on Mission Trips and serving different kinds of people. Above everything else, she is a lady who fears her God.
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