Although in Bangkok things to see are plentiful, this wax museum is a must visit. The first ever Madame Tussaud's wax museum to open in South East Asia, Madame Tussaud's Bangkok is a world-class tourist attraction in the region.
Located in the sixth floor of Siam Discovery Centre, the concept of the museum is no different from that of its other branches spread throughout the world showcasing figures of both local and international figures.
Enter Bangkok Madame Tussaud's and you will experience good, old fashioned curiosity. You will have the rare opportunity to take an emotionally overwhelming journey through the realms of the famous and the powerful, and you can always unleash your true feelings about characters you admire or loathe.
The museum lets you get up close and personal with some of the world's most famous celebrities and relive the moments, times and events that brought them fame.
70 famous figures
The flawless wax figures at the museum are divided into four types; pop stars, A-list party, tv stars, arts and sciences, history and leaders, sports stars. The tenth of its kind in the world, Madame Tussaud's Bangkok houses over 70 wax figures including Madonna, Michael Jackson, Beethoven, famous film stars and people that shaped and influenced Asia and beyond.
It is a popularly known fact that Madame Tussaud's museums are much different from traditional types of museum, as they offer plenty of interactive games and puzzles. A visit to the Madame Tussaud's Bangkok is a must for anyone interested in savouring centuries of fame and infamy.