Madame Tussauds Thailand Guides
Madame Tussauds Thailand should become one of the destinations to go when you travel to Bangkok Thailand. It is an amazing wax museum and all people amaze of the wax statues exhibited because they are made to be kinds of public figures in perfectly look like the real figures.
The Madame Tussauds Bangkok is designed with the revolutionary concept where all visitors not only can see the statues, but also touch, play, hug, and even kiss them.
The public figures made to be the wax statues are kinds of international celebrities, activists, head of kinds of state, sports stars, superheroes, legendary artists, etc.
It must be interesting to see and take some pictures of the favorite figures. Even though they are only wax statues but they are amazingly carved to be like the real.
Madame Tussauds History
The Madame Tussauds Museum is an old-fashioned wax museum that has made a story since more than 250 years ago. Based on the history, the real Madame Tussauds created the first wax statue of her in 1777.
She made the French writer named Voltaire as her first amazing work. Then the first museum officially opened in 1835 in London. Until today, the wax museums of Madame Tussauds have been established in many countries.
Even though Madame Tussauds Thailand is an old-fashioned museum, many people still love visiting the museum and become one of the most popular destinations in Bangkok.
How to Get to Madame Tussauds
Riding a BTS Sky train is the easiest way to reach Madame Tussauds Bangkok. You can take Silom or Sukhumvit line and then exit at the Siam Station. The Madame Tussauds location is situated on Rama I Road, on the Siam Discovery Shopping Center’s 9th floor.
Madame Tussauds Entry Fees
The entry feet Madame Tussauds is 850 baht for adult, 650 baht for the child (3-11 years old), and free entrance for baby or toddler under 3 years old.
If you also plan to visit Ocean World nearby, you can purchase the combo Madame Tussauds tickets by paying less; 1,475 baht for adult and 1,150 for the child.
Another available combo ticket is for visiting Madame Tussauds, photo, Ocean World, wax hand, Ocean feeding boat and 4D cinema. It costs 1,835 baht for adult and 1,575 for the child.