Cycle to Bentong's latest attraction, the Upside Down House. (Gan Heng Chye)

Cycle to Bentong’s latest attraction, the Upside Down House. (Gan Heng Chye)

Route 68, is a very famous road for cyclist in the vicinity of Kuala Lumpur which leads you to the famous town of Bentong in Pahang. The haven for cyclist now has a new attraction with an Upside Down House owned by a fellow cyclist, opening on October 7th, 2016.

Situated about 5km away from Bentong town, things inside this house are upside down and it’s a place for some fun with your family and friends. Take photos and flip it upside down, you’ll see yourself with superpowers! Relive moments of your childhood and share it with children around you as there’s also a small snack corner serving some childhood delicacies of the 80s & 90s.

Cyclists usually ply to Bentong on their Sunday rides, so now they can get their family to meet you for a weekend getaway and some fun too. Ah, what better excuse to cycle to Bentong?

You don't need superpowers anymore at the Upside Down House. (Gan Heng Chye)

You don’t need superpowers anymore at the Upside Down House. (Gan Heng Chye)

Holding your bike upside down will be easier than ever at the Upside Down House. (Gan Heng Chye)

Holding your bike upside down will be easier than ever at the Upside Down House. (Gan Heng Chye)

For their special opening on Oct 7th, tickets will be discounted for everyone, ranging from RM18 for Malaysian adults to RM10 for Malaysian children, while children under 3 years of age enter for free. Rates for Non-Malaysians apply at the entrance.

Your visit to Bentong must also be completed with local delights such as the home made Kow Pow Ice Cream, Bentong Tau Pok, not forgetting also the famed Bentong Ginger if you need some in your kitchen.

For more info, follow Bentong Upside Down House on Facebook. Check Google Maps before you cycle there, or drive yourself there with Waze.