One of the most well-known and beloved royal family in Malaysia would be from Johor – particularly the Johor Crown Prince.
Recently, the Johor Southern Tigers, the state’s football team, paid a visit to the Sultan of Johor’s house located in Mersing. The estate is called the Flintstone House as it was built in the theme of the beloved cartoon show Flintstone.
Official pictures of the house were posted online and netizens immediately fell in love with the monstrous House. I mean, just look how magical it looks!
The quirky wonderland design looks like something straight out of a fairytale stoy, or Disneyland itself. From swinging chairs to swimming pools, it’s hard to imagine that someone actually has this private ‘theme park’!
Netizens can’t believe their eyes that this amazing structure actually exists in our very own Malaysian soil (and neither can we!).
While some compared it to Legoland and Sunway lagoon, others felt that even Disneyland wouldn’t be able to beat this building’s beauty.
Cheeky Malaysians also pointed out how there’s a bar in the building and wondered what the Sultan has in store. I’m sure this place will make a killer house party 😉
Who else feels like dropping by this architectural masterpiece?
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