Want a new perspective on life? If you're willing to take things literally, visit the Upside Down Museum in the CCP Complex along Roxas Boulevard this weekend!
Inspired by its counterparts in Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, and the USA, Manila's very own Upside Down Museum is a 1,700-square-feet of topsy-turvy fun, all for P450 per person.
The space features over 15 illusion experience rooms and counting—Leaning House, Floating Corner, Upside Down House, Mirror House, Giant Sneaker, Giant Headset, The World of Comfort, and The Inverted Steel Bridge among the most popular.
A marshall is poised to guide you around as you enter (which is great, because he/she is responsible for directing all your funny shots and taking your photos). Each interactive installation is fixed with a flat-screen TV beside it, where snaps from previous visitors are flashed for your posing inspo. Pretty neat!
Curious? Head on over to the Upside Down Museum in Pasay City! Learn more at their official site or contact them at tel. no. (02) 834 8997.