27RM per person, you need to take off your shoes and wait for the screen to call the number. After entering, I was pleasantly surprised to find that every station has staff to teach you to pose and take pictures for you. It can be said to be very praised! A few stations will also help you record videos, hahaha.
Those who like to take photos can go and take a look. It's quite fun. The inside is like an assembly line, and the staff have their own areas of responsibility. Before entering the door, the front desk will ask you where you are from and the country will be written on your ticket. After entering, the staff will speak to you in a language you can understand. Then tell you the appropriate photo location.
It gives me a very ordinary feeling. The staff will take pictures of you for every scene you enter. You can just pose according to the tips he gave. The whole process is around for about half an hour, and it feels like you are being directed. , I didn’t feel the joy of upside-down. In fact, it’s just like that, but I can’t go.
The Upside Down Museum is probably one of the most popular fun museums in Penang. There are staff in the museum to teach you to pose and take photos. You should look upside down when you take photos. I personally think that the lighting in the museum is not very good, and the results are not good.