EVER wondered how it feels to turn your world upside down?

There’s a new tourist attraction in the metro that Dabawenyos and tourists alike can surely enjoy!

Last Wednesday, December 20, a new go-to tourist spot was launched -- the "Upside Down House Museum" located in Dacudao Avenue, Davao City (fronting the Department of Labor Employment office).

The Upside Down House Museum is inspired by the famous KL Upside Down House in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and it considered as the first upside down house-inspired museum in Mindanao.

According to Cecille Cayetano-Inventor, one of the owners of the museum, the idea of building the museum was agreed by her mother Linda Cayetano, her brother captain Mark Anthony Cayetano and sisters Mary Joy Cayetano-Castro, Celine Jean Cayetano and Christine Cayetano-Aranjuez just before they arrived to Davao City from Malaysia.

"Just this March when we got home from Malaysia, nag hanap kaagad kami ng area na pwede lagyan ng Upside Down House Museum," said Inventor, adding that it took them three months to construct the museum.

Inventor assured that they will change the museum’s concept every 18 to 24 months to keep everyone have something to look forward.

Far from the usual Upside Down houses, the Upside Down House Museum is designed a little smaller and simpler to make it affordable for everyone.

Its design is inspired from a usual house with bed rooms, living room and dining room but tilted upside down which is very “Instagram worthy.”

With an affordable entrance fee of P250 for adults and P150 for children (three feet and a half below), one can already experience the first ever Upside Down House Museum here.

This holiday season, they will open at 9 a.m. and closes at 9 p.m. But in the regular days, the museum will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For more details, visit their Facebook page: Upside Down House Museum.