After having only heard about the popular museum, Bangkok residents can now able to enjoy the replicas of Thai and world famous celebrities at the Madame Tussaud wax museum.
Madame Tussaud has unveiled its first wax museum in Thailand, on the sixth floor at the Siam Discovery shopping mall.
Each of the wax figures costs up to eight million baht.
The Bangkok branch is the only branch in the world that allows visitors to get close to the wax figures, and even touch or hug them.
Madame Tussaud Bangkok is divided into eight zones.
The first is the Royal Room, which showcases the wax works of the Princess Mother and the Prince Mahidol, the father of His Majesty the King.
The second room is the History and Leaders Room, featuring wax figures of VIPs like Field Marshal Plaek Pibulsonggram, revered monk Buddhadaspikku, Princess Diana, Myanmar’s democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi, and U.S. President Barack Obama.
This is the Music Room, which displays wax figures of famous singers like folk singer Pumpuang Duangchan, country singer Ad Carabao, Beyonce, pop star Tata Young, and many others.
The Sports Room features David Beckham, boxer Kaosai Galaxy, Christiano Ronaldo, and Yao Ming.
Other zones include the Arts and Science Room, the Party Room, and the TV and Film Room, which displays figures of actor Ken Teeradech Wongpuapan and actress Anne Thongprasom.
Apart from the wax works, Madame Tussaud Bangkok offers costumes and props for visitors to wear for pictures with the wax figures, as well as activities like football kicking and karaoke.
If you’re feeling enticed by what Madame Tussaud Bangkok has to offer, head over from this Saturday onward.