Pictures: Inside the bizarre Crazy House hotel in Vietnam

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Pictures: Inside the bizarre 'Crazy House' hotel in Vietnam


Vietnam's Hang Nga Villa is a hotel with a bizarre shape, no square windows and rooms themed around animals.

Crazy House, as it's known by locals, was constructed in 1990 by architect Dang Viet Nga and is a work in progress that residents have finally grown to love.

Pictures: Inside the bizarre 'Crazy House' hotel in Vietnam



It now attracts 90,000 visitors a year, with just 10 rooms available for £40 a night.

Room themes include tiger, bear and kangaroo, and the hotel contains weird wooden sculptures, an odd mix of styles and life-size model animals.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, business manager Thang Viet Nguyen said: "At the beginning most of people did not accept Crazy House because it was too abnormal, odd, and strange.

Pictures: Inside the bizarre 'Crazy House' hotel in Vietnam



"Gradually people understand it more, little by little."

On its website, the hotel describes itself as a "Gaudi-meets-Sesame Street theme park" in the shape of a "giant tree house".

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