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Crazy House, Da Lat

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Resembling a giant deviated tree, Crazy House represents an architectural marvel mixing artistic sensibilities of Antoni Gaudi, Salvador Dali, and Walt Disney. Opened in 1990, the bizarre five-storey structure was designed and constructed by a Vietnamese architect who incorporated many Expressionist themes and hired local craftsmen to make the building look organic and alive. You can visit up to ten themed guest rooms, each portraying a particular animal, such as eagle, tiger, or kangaroo. The maze-like building lacks proper security measures in certain areas, so pay attention to your belongings. Crazy House is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Da Lat Edition.
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TripAdvisor
  • Me and my boyfriend as part of our travelling decided to visit the crazy house. After about 5 minutes we realised how crazy it actually is. When you first walk in its as if you have walked into a fair...  more »
  • Not so spectacular view and It is like a magical castle. There are very room with weired shape. So many tourists and you need to wait to walk to another rooms.  more »
  • Went June 2017, 40k to get in which is cheap but the place just isn't finished, wires coming out the walls and the rooms are empty, nothing interactive or to do, would recommend maze bar instead  more »
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  • Although very touristy, this place is definitely worth a visit. It's enormous and reminds me of something between Disneyland and Hobbiton. It appears as if you can rent a room here as well and they look fantastic. There's some ongoing construction as they are expanding. I don't think this place honours any kind of building or safety codes so watch out you or your children don't fall off one of the many small bridges.
  • Really unexpected and cool. Little pricey. Lot of places is under reconstruction but you are allowed to walk around. Rooms look cool and beds comfy. It might be great experience to spend night there. If you like this, you can visit 100 Roof Bar not far from here.
  • Amazing building and atmosphere. But I would never choose to sleep here. There are hundreds of tourists here roaming the place taking pictures and watching trough windows. It's more like a sightseeing place than a hotel.. 40k vnd entrance
  • not many to explore, so the ticket is almost a waste of money. Safety should also be a concern, especially for children when they climb over a narrow ladder up on top of the house. not recommended at all.
  • Congratulations to the person who had this idea and executed it. The place is really interesting and fun to spend some time. Really worth the visit.