EFETaipei

Hundreds of visitors on Tuesday flocked to a three-storey upside-down house in Taiwan's capital Taipei, which opened earlier this month.

A constant stream of visitors of all ages came to the house today where they posed for photographs, according to witness reports.

The house, which is painted in bright pastel colors, stands on its roof.

On the inside, all the furniture and appliances - including a dining table, bath and toilet - are firmly screwed to the ceiling.

The house took two months to build and cost around $600,0000, according to organizers.