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Rumah Terbalik attraction to reopen for visitors Dec 17

15th December, 2020

By PAUL MU

KOTA KINABALU: The Rumah Terbalik will reopen for visitors on December 17, following the government decision to allow inter-district travelling which started last week amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Its owner, Alexander Yee said in celebration of the reopening, they will be giving away exciting lucky draw prizes worth up to RM2,000 daily to all visitors who bought the Rumah Terbalik and 3D Wonders Museum combo tickets.

For combo visitors visiting during the morning, they will be entitled to a lucky draw on the spot. Prizes include a stay at Nature Lodge Sepilok courtesy of Nasalis Larvatus Tours Sdn Bhd and food vouchers on Sepilok Food Camp, valued RM10 and RM20 courtesy of Mango Garden Restaurant.

For afternoon combo visitors, he said the 50th visitors will get RM50 whilst the 100th (RM100) and 150th (RM150).

This is the second round the owner is offering incentive to visitors as during the Recovery Movement Control Order, RM350,000 was set aside for lucky draw prizes from July 3 until 31, in an effort to boost local tourism.

Rumah Terbalik, which translates to ‘upside down house’, is the first of its kind in Malaysia when it was opened for visitors in early February 2012. The structure is easily spotted along Mile 21, Jalan Telibong, Tamparuli.

   
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