About Madame Tussauds Bangkok
Madame Tussauds Bangkok is the third wax museum in Asia after Hong Kong and Shanghai. Located on the sixth floor of Siam Discovery Mall in Bangkok, the museum opened in 2010 with a 500 million dollar exhibition area of nearly 3,000 square meters and is the first Madame Tussauds museum in Southeast Asia.
With its innovative exterior and prominent modern architectural design, the wax museum has become a new landmark in Bangkok. The museum has a royal gallery with wax figures of royal family members such as the son of Rama V as well as the daughter of Rama V. This not only allows visitors to learn about the life of the parents of the King of Thailand, but also to get to know more about the Dankri Dynasty. Like other branches, Madame Tussauds Bangkok also has many wax figures of celebrities, and visitors can get close to 70 famous figures of international and local historical figures or global leaders, such as Princess Diana, Queen Elisabeth, the Prime Minister of Thailand, art and science celebrities such as Beethoven, Albert Einstein, the Thai royal poet Sunthorn Phu, as well as world-famous movie stars, singers, and sports stars such as the Royal Thai poet Sunthorn Phu. The wax figures of art and science celebrities such as Beethoven, Albert Einstein, Thai royal poet Sunthorn Phu and world famous movie stars, singers and sports stars such as Michael Jackson, David Beckham, George Cunningham, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
Madame Tussauds Bangkok offers visitors a completely unique interactive experience, using the latest technology, clever interactions and vivid backdrops to bring the wax figures to life in front of visitors’ eyes. Visitors can interact with the stars in interesting ways, such as posing with President Obama at the Oval Desk, performing with the popular Thai actress, exploring under the guidance of the famous Thai pathologist Dr. Puti – and so on.
How to get there
From BTS Siam station or BTS National Stadium station to Siam Discovery 6th floor
The regular price is 700 baht for adults, 500 baht for ages 5 to 12, and free for children under 5.
When I purchased the tickets, the price included the Ice Age 4D movie with a running time of 10 minutes.