I never thought that I could meet Hollywood celebrities and icons here in Bangkok! Well, not the actual ones but their wax replica at Madame Tussauds is as good as the real version.
Madame Tussauds wax museum has 19 branches worldwide. The one at Bangkok is located at the 6th floor of Siam Discovery Center – nearest BTS station is Siam.Tickets are priced at 850baht (adults) and 650baht (children) when purchased on-site. However, you may get up to 50% off when you purchase online. It is open daily from 10.00 AM to 9.00 PM. Last admission is at 8.00 PM.
Seni Pramoj, a former Prime Minister of Thailand and a descendant of King Rama II
Mao Zedong, a Chinese Communist revolutionary and the founding father of the People’s Republic of China
Diana, the Princess of Wales
Queen Elizabeth II, the queen of 16 of the 53 member states in the Commonwealth of Nations. She is Head of the Commonwealth and Supreme Governor of the Church of England.
Answering phone calls for President Obama
Standing as Spokesperson for the World Leader’s summit.
Arts & Science
Get the square root of 162736 multiplied by 374374. Okay, I’m not good in Math.
Sunthorn Phu, is Thailand’s best-known royal poet
Learning the art of Cubism from Pablo Picasso
“You’re late for our practice!” Being an efficient caddy to Tiger Woods Bend it like Beckham! Cristiano Ronaldo
Pacquiao and Mayweather Crossfit madness!
Yao Ming’s height is 7’6 while I’m… nevermind.
You got served by Serena Williams
Nichkhun of 2PM.
I heard that they created a Mario Maurer (Pee Mak character) wax version a month after we came to Bangkok. Tata Young What do you mean? Where are you now? – Justin Bieber
Having an interview at the Oprah Show alongside Naomi Campbell.
Coffee with George Clooney I poked her face, po-po-poked her face. Nicole Kidman is kidding me! Johnny Depp I’m the new addition to the Jolie-Pitt family Julia Roberts Will Smith’s telling some Jaden storiesMichelle Yeoh
Jackie Chan is our main man! Goofing around with Jim Carrey
Madame Tussaud’s history is a rich and fascinating one, with roots dating back to 1770s Paris. It was here that Madame Tussaud learnt to model wax likeness under the tutelage of her mentor, Dr Philippe Curtius. At the age of 17, she became the art tutor to King Louis XVI’s sister at the Palace of Versailles and then, during the French Revolution, was hastily forced to prove her allegiance to the feudalistic nobles by making the death makes of executed aristocrats. Madame Tussaud came to Britain in to early 19th century alongside a travelling exhibition of revolutionary relics and effigies of public heroes and rouges
Madame Tussauds is a fun place for friends and families. You get to learn about the biography and history of the people and places. Also, you can purchase souvenirs or have your photos printed! They also have a hand wax printing service, wherein they could create a wax replica of your hand in minutes.