Hang Nga Guesthouse a.k.a The Crazy HouseHang Nga  

Architectural outlier and presidential daughter Dang Viet Nga built this unique structure entirely from personal and private funds.

Not only that, but the local municipal government fought her every step of the way. But she didn’t give up. Instead, she pushed on to realize her dream - a bizarre and passionate fantasy.

Taking inspiration from organic growth, the hotel resembles a giant Banyan Tree. There are five levels, and each room has a different theme.

The world’s only expressionist hotel, the architect used hand drawings instead of blueprints and non-skilled artisans to build it. An enlivening experience or a bad mushroom trip – you decide if you choose to stay here.

As far as I can tell, there is not much in the way of services, but who needs spas and golf courses when you have models of giraffes with glowing eyes, toadstool chairs, and talking trees to entertain you?

Type: Treehouse
Hang Nga Guesthouse

Even Friedensreich Hundertwasser, the Austrian visual architect whose biggest enemy was the straight line, would be in awe of this structure.

Crazy House Dalat
Hang Nga Treehouse

Hang Nga Guesthouse, a.k.a The Crazy House, is one of the most unusual architectural wonders in the world.

Crazy House, Dalat, Vietnam
Crazy House

In 1990, Architect Dang Viet Nga constructed this house to resemble old tree stumps in a wild forest.

Crazy House Hotel Interior, Dalat, Vietnam
Hang Nga Guesthouse interior
Hang Nga Guesthouse restaurant
Tree tunnels

The rooms follow the unusually curvy style that's present inside and outside the Crazy House.

Crazy House Hotel Room, Dalat, Vietnam
Hang Nga Guesthouse room
Crazy house room
3 Huỳnh Thúc Kháng, 4, Da Lat Lam Dong province, Vietnam