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Upside Down World

Visit different rooms of various themes including bedroom, kitchen, living room, and dining room
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About Upside Down World Bali

Bali is best known for its picturesque landscape, pristine blue beaches, cultural sites and holy shrines. At the same time, Bali is also the home to several distinctive attractions which offer a memorable and one-of-a-lifetime kind of experience. Upside Down World is an exclusive attraction at Bali where people of all ages can enjoy. As the name suggests, Upside Down World Bali is a photo studio that makes the world look turned upside down so you can click interesting and uncanny pictures for social media. It is a great photo opportunity where you can give freakish poses as if you are hanging in the air and scare your friends.

Upside Down World is designed like a house featuring seven different rooms all of which are equipped with furniture and decors. You can explore a big living room, a master bedroom, kitchen, dining room, laundry room, kids’ room and a Balinese themed room in the garden. The whole place looks upside down since the ceiling is designed like the floor and the things are attached to the ceiling. It is not easy as one may think to capture natural and innate photos here owing to the upside down setting. The staff at Upside Down World suggest different poses and angles and even help you shoot best pictures on their tripod stand.

Points of Interest

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1. Click Photo That Makes World Turned Upside Down

Upside Down World Bali is a great photography venue to click artistic pictures for your Instagram account and tell the world about your visit to this bizarre world. The place features themed rooms to click photos that make the world go upside down. Get creative and click strange yet stunning photos to make your peers go crazy. It is going to be a lot of fun when they imagine that you can perform acrobatic stunts while seeing you stand upside down in the pictures. With the right wacky poses, you can snap pictures that portray as if you are defying the rule of gravity.

2. 3D room

A couple of rooms at the Upside Down World Bali are designed with 3D effects for added craziness. You can click even more silly yet innovative pictures in the 3D room. It is quite a difficult task to take natural pictures in the 3D room with a selfie stick. But you can always get the help of the staff here. There are friendly staff in every room who will direct you through the disorienting rooms, guide you about the right angles, suggest poses and even take your pictures on the tripod stand. Stand in quirky poses and handle the furnishings in the 3D room at proper perspective for eccentric photos.

3. Visit different rooms of various themes including bedroom, kitchen, living room, and dining room

Upside Down World Bali houses several rooms including a living room, master bedroom, dining room, kitchen, laundry room and a Balinese style room with traditional wooden carvings and antique furnishings. The rooms are equipped with suitable furniture and decor that are deliberately arranged the wrong way up to let the visitors click creative pictures. You can spot a real sofa, television, fireplace, and a Christmas tree in the living room. The bedroom features a simple yet modern interior in pastel colours. Spending time in different themed rooms at Upside Down World will be a wonderful memory in your trip to Bali since you can indulge in amusing group activities.

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What to expect at Upside Down World

Upside Down World is a unique attraction where you can capture hilarious pictures in which you seem to stand upside down. One can visit the different themed rooms of this peculiar house where the ceiling is designed like the floor and the furniture are attached to the ceiling. You can enjoy a great time posing for pictures like hanging from the ceiling and doing laundry while floating in the air. To click natural pictures in this 180o rotated world at the right angle and perception, you can get the help of the friendly staff here who will shoot your photos on their tripod stand.

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Bajra Sandhi Monument

Bajra Sandhi Monument is a historical landmark at Denpasar in Bali that signifies the toils of the Balinese people during independence. This majestic monument houses photographs and dioramas depicting the struggles of the people trying to protect their land from invaders. There are 17 steps in the entrance, 8 pillars inside and the monument is 45 metres tall signifying the independence day of Indonesia. There is an Interactive Art Museum at the base of the monument where you can find 3D art, optical illusion and special-effect rooms.

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Le Mayeur Museum

Le Mayeur Museum is one of the interesting places to visit near the Upside Down World. It is a memorial exhibition hall featuring the paintings of Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur de Merpres who was a famous painter of the 19th century. You can see over eighty artworks classified into five different categories based on the medium used for painting like canvas, plywood, hardboard, paper and glass. The museum was once the house of the artist and after his death it was changed into a museum. The compound wall of the museum incorporates structures portraying Balinese style architecture.

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Sakenan Temple

Sakenan Temple on the Serangan Island is a sacred pilgrimage site of the Balinese Hindu community dedicated to Lord Shiva. Blanketed between a beautiful beach and mangrove forest, the temple was built in the 10th century from limestone and corals from the coral reefs of the sea. There are two main areas out of which one has undergone a major restoration while the other still preserves the ancient Balinese architecture. Kuningan Day and the temple festival which is celebrated once in every six months are the main highlights of Sakenan temple.

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Bali Provincial Public Museum

If you love history and culture, Bali Provincial Public Museum is a great place to visit near Upside Down World Bali. The museum is a preview of the ancient traditions and lifestyle of the Balinese community. Each pavilion here takes you on a walk down the history and heritage of Bali and its people. You can see more than 10,000 artworks and show pieces including pre-historic stone sarcophagi to classical dance costumes, masks and props. The staff at the museum play traditional music on the instruments made of bamboo to create a vintage ambience.

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Upside Down World FAQ's

Why is the Upside Down World so special?

Upside Down World is a unique attraction designed like a normal house with seven different rooms. What makes it even more special is that the rooms are designed to look upside down with the ceiling designed like the flooring and other furnishings are fixed to the ceiling. So when you enter the house, you feel as if you are standing upside down by going against gravity. It is a great spot to click unusual pictures that seem like you are performing stunts in mid-air. The Balinese style room with traditional design and antique furniture is a special feature of Upside Down World.

Do you need to book entrance tickets in advance?

It is not mandatory to pre-book the tickets so you can buy the tickets directly at the activity location. However, you can secure you entry to Upside Down World by booking the tickets online in advance. The price of the entrance ticket is IDR 100,000 per person for adults and IDR 50,000 per person for kids.

When is the best time to visit the Upside Down World?

Upside Down World is busy and buzzing with huge tourist crowds between 11 AM and 2 PM. Hence it is best to visit the place after 3 PM when the studio is not crammed full so that you can get comfortable and take time in clicking your pictures.

How to reach the Upside Down World?

The Upside Down World is located 43 kilometres from Bali city centre and can be reached via car or taxi in 1 hour and 20 minutes approximately. The nearest bus stop to the studio is Pedungan 2 and bus lines KORIDOR 1 and KORIDOR 2 run to Upside Down World.

What will be included in Upside Down World Tickets?

Upside Down World Bali tickets include entry to the activity and access to all the themed rooms of the studio including bedroom, living room and kitchen. You can also avail mobile vouchers while booking the tickets online. Food and beverages are not included in the tickets.

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