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Upside-Down House and Maze – Phuket, Thailand

Unlike any other activity you have probably ever done before is Phuket’s Upside-Down House and Maze! Also known in Thai as Baan Teelanka. So what exactly is this crazy thing we are speaking about? Exactly what it sounds like…

Imagine walking into a seemingly normal home only to find out literally everything is upside-down. Well, that’s essentially what Upside-Down House is like except, the house from the outside is actually upside down too. What a concept! This house is excellent for something new to do, a rainy day, a break from the sun, a unique experience, or just because.

Upside-Down house, Phuket
Upside-Down house, Phuket

The whimsical house is designed upside-down so when you walk in, it feels like you are walking on the ceiling. What is like to walk under a table? A sofa? Or perhaps look outside an upside-down window? Find out for yourself at the Upside-Down House in Phuket. This crazy house is a three-level, modern Western style house that is exactly what you expect a normal house to look like, but upside down.

What else does this super fun place have to offer its guests? Perhaps your mind is a big boggled from roaming around a house with furniture hovering above your head. It sounds like it’s time to walk outside for some fresh air.

However don’t think this quirky house will have a normal outside either. Walk out to the back garden and you will find yourself in a 1,000 square meter garden maze. Think about the childhood movie, “The Labyrinth.” That’s essentially what’s recreated here for your pure enjoyment. You know you have also wanted to know what it would be like to roam about a maze of hedges. Now you can!

Upside-down House photo

Get lost in the maze and have fun finding your way out. It was designed by the incredible and imaginative Adrian Fisher Design Ltd United Kingdom Company. They made this labyrinth fun and entertaining for all ages, and are excited for everyone to experience this unique garden.


Alright, so perhaps you have had enough of the upside-down, topsy-turvey, twisted maze and house, but don’t leave yet. There is a bit more to see here, but no worries, you can give your brain a rest this time. No tricks and puzzles to figure out at the coffee shop. Take a seat and enjoy a cup of your favorite coffee or tea and wander the souvenir shop for something special to bring home from your time at the Upside-Down House and Maze. Wasn’t it fun? Bet you haven’t experienced anything like this before, now go tell your friends all about it.

Time, Tickets, Contact and Private Event Info:

The Upside-Down House and Maze is open daily from 10:00 – 18:30.

Tickets for both activities are:
250B for adults and 170 for children 4-11 years old.

Tickets for Upside-Down House only:
250B for adults and 150B for children 4-11 years old.

Tickets for the Maze only:
150B for adults and 100B for children 4-11 years old.

The Upside-Down House and Maze is great for anyone on holiday looking for something different, parties and events, and company team building days. If you would like to reserve the premises for a private event, kindly contact Upside-Down House by:

Phone – Alex Riva +66 (0)84 456 5279
Tiwa Yodying +66 (0)86 267 5262

Email – info@upsidedownhouse-phuket.com. You can also find them in Facebook.

The Upside-Down House and Maze is located at:

R.A.W Co., Ltd.
20/20 Thepkrasattri Rd. Moo 5
Koh Kaew, Muang, Phuket 83000

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About Nina

Nina Ragusa lives the nomadic lifestyle and is currently calling Thailand home. Since she has the luxury of teaching online and freelance writing she can make anywhere in the world her office. From the ridiculously beautiful beaches of Krabi to the sweet hippy town of Pai, Nina travels, writes, and lives the nomadic lifestyle that she has always wanted.

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