It feels like we arrived 6 months before the place was ready to be opened to the public. Rooms filled with pots of paint and building materials, exposed rebar and wire everywhere and a handful of rooms with beds in. I think it will be nice when it's finished but in its present…
We didn't stay there, but just took a look around. If you've seen Gaudy in Barcelona and appreciate Hundertwasser in Vienna - avoid this attraction. Hundertwasser = irony, crazy house = pun. It is amuzing to see how many torusts being brought by buses to gawk at this creation.
If you’re in Da Lat you must go here. The most interesting building I have ever seen. Feels like someone dropped you into a dream that quickly becomes a nightmare that transforms back into a dream again, and so on. As a visitor we enjoyed this incredible place.
This is not a hotel like all the others. The place is tourist landmark and as such visitors get in to the site at 8:00 AM and the place is full of people until 8:00 PM. during that time people try to open your room to look in and you have to be aware of it before you book it. My…
Entrance ticket cost 40k dong and 20k dong for adult and kid to see. Truly crazy house abnormal design and kind of difficult to climb up as very narrow compare to typical walkway. Privacy of hotel guests definitely affected as so many curious tourists heads popping in to see the…
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"lock your doors at all times, as there are visitors through out the day."
"Choose one of the larger rooms. Honeymoon Cottage is tiny!"
"wake up early to explore before it's busy!"
"Cannot comment... day visitor only"
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