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About Madame Tussauds Bangkok

The 10th Madame Tussauds museum in the world, Madame Tussauds Bangkok is one of the most popular wax museums and the most visited Bangkok's attraction. Visitors get a chance to pose with the most famous celebrities from around the globe and famous figures from history in different fields. The Madame Tussauds in Bangkok is divided into 9 sections or zones that each one housing a different category and is home to wax figures of some of the most notable characters.

Divided into 9 major zones or sections, the museum has a total of 70 wax figures that include celebrities, heads of state, activists, sports persons, legendary artists, and even royalty. From Red Carpet and music industry to Art Science and TV sports, these zones have a wide range. The Royal Room is home to wax figures of His Royal Highness, Prince Mahitala Thibed Adulyadej and Her Royal Highness, Princess Srinagarindra, the late parents of His Majesty, the King.

Madame Tussauds Bangkok also has wax figures of famous history leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Princess Diana, and Soekarno. Current world leaders such as Narendra Modi, Barack Obama and others have also secured a place in this world famous museum. The Art Science zone is home to Albert Einstein, Ludwig van Beethoven and Pablo Picasso - renowned faces in their respective fields. You can have a great time clicking pictures with these celebrities and living your lifetime dream.

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Zones In Madame Tussauds Bangkok

The Madame Tussauds Bangkok is the 10th Madame Tussauds wax museum and houses many popular wax figures from around the globe and throughout history. The museum is divided into 9 zones that cover popular fields like music, history, sports, world leaders and much more. The museum also has its own section dedicated to the Bollywood film industry. This zone is separate from the film section which covers famous celebrities from all around the globe.

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Music Zone

From Michael Jackson to One Direction the music zone has plenty of popular celebrities from the music industry in its premises. Guests can hop on the stage with their favorite rock and pop singers, and get up and close with them. This zone is definitely a hit among the young adults of this generation as they get to meet the popular singers they grew up listening to. And while One Direction may have split in real life, their wax statues are still banded together at the museum. In addition to them visitors will also be able to get pictures with Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Jay Chou and many more at Madame Tussauds Bangkok.

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Film Zone

A window to some of the most famous Hollywood and international movies, the Film zone lets guests experience their favorite movies and the best moments. Marvel fans especially will be happy to see their favorite superheroes and click pictures with them. From Captain America to the teen sensation Spider-Man, the action is unlimited at Madame Tussauds Bangkok. Global actors like Bruce Lee, Lt.Col.Wanchana Sawasdee, Hugh Jackman also reprise their roles from their popular movies. Guests can get selfies, touch their famous characters and get in the pose as their heros while enjoying themselves through the wax museum.

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Bollywood Zone

Get the up and close look of the glitz and glamor on the green carpet of IIFAs grand celebration. As the Bollywood mega stars make their way through with all the cheer and flash, visitors will get the chance to experience the same hype upon their visit. Make a grand entrance with your celebrity crushes and favorites on the green carpet at IIFA awards. Get in a selfie or pose for the paparazzi with famous celebrities like Amitabh Bachhan, Prabhas and the king of romance Shah Rukh Khan. This unique experience at the Madame Tussauds Bangkok is a treat for all die hard holly fans in Bangkok or those coming from around the globe.

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Television Zone

Madame Tussauds in Bangkok offers guests a great experience at the Television Zone, with huge TV studios. The studio experience is accompanied by cameras, big screens and also some biggest names in the TV industry. The Golden Television award winner and most popular star in Thailand Ken Theeradej is among the notable list that visitors get to explore during their visit. They can get up close with their famous crushes and favorite celebrities at the zone and click selfies. The big screens are great for enjoying screening of their favorite shows or episodes from a favorite series.

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A-List Zone

The A-List celebrities are gathering up at the Madame Tussauds in Bangkok and it’s your chance to get along with them on the Red carpet. Visitors can dress up in their finest outfits and get the chance to walk the red carpet with their favorite celebrities from Hollywood. Share the stage with A-listers like Angeline Jolie, Johnny Depp, Dwayne Johnson, Jackie Chan and Vin Diesel among others. The paparazzi will be waiting for guests to strike a pose and they can mingle with the celebrities while touring the zone.

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History Zone

The history zone in Madame Tussauds Bangkok is full of notable figurines from the pages of history. The epic zone is home to some of the most amazing personalities and famous leaders that have left in the past few centuries. They have shaped and influenced the world and contributed to creating a wonderful future for hundreds of thousands. Visitors can learn about their contribution, work, personal life and political history during their visit. The list of notable figures in the zone includes Princess Diana, Mahatma Gandhi and Buddhadasa Bhikku.

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Leaders Zone

As the history zone houses some of the most notable figures of the past, through the pages of history; the Leaders zone is home to the most famous and well minded leaders of recent times. These leaders belong to various fields, from spiritual minds to great political thinkers - visitors will learn about them all. The power couple Barack and Michelle Obama are among the list of people guests can click pictures with and learn about their great work. In addition to them, the Queen of England, Aung San Suu kyi and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also have their wax statues in this zone of the Madame Tussauds Bangkok.

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Sport Zone

The sports zone is not just for display or to watch from a distance. Guests can get up close with their favorite sports star and shoot hoops, kick goals and get hole in one with them. Famous football players like David Beckham, Cristian Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney have their wax statues carved at the Sports zone in the Bangkok wax museum. In addition to this visitors will also find the popular tennis star Serena Williams, Basketball player Yao Ming, and football player Steven Gerard wax statues at the zone. Apart from playing their favorite sport with the popular faces, visitors will be able to click pictures, strike a pose, and learn about these notable faces.

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Arts-Science Zone

The arts and science zone in the famous wax Museum of Bangkok city is home to wax figures of some of the most notable faces in history. These people have influenced the world and its cultural development with their contribution to various branches of science or through the creative windows of art. Notable figures like Albert Einstein, Mark Zuckerberg, Pablo Picasso are nestled inside this creative zone. Visitors can test their knowledge of history on how these celebrated faces have shaped the world.

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Historic Leaders In Madame Tussauds Bangkok

Some of the most remarkable people and well-known leaders who have lived in the last few centuries call the epic zone home. They have molded and altered the globe and helped hundreds of thousands of people build a bright future. During their visit, visitors can learn about their political history, personal history, and contributions to society. Princess Diana, Mahatma Gandhi, and Buddhadasa Bhikku are among the noteworthy individuals who have lived in the region.

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Madame Marie Tussauds

Born in 1761, Anna Maria Grosholtz was situated in Strasbourg, France. She later went on to become one of the most famous wax sculptors and exhibitors of wax portraits in the entire world. She went on to establish the world famous wax museum - Madame Tussauds and crafted the wax figures of King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette as her first artwork. Marie had learned the craft of creating wax figures from the renowned Dr. Philippe Curtius who created wax replicas of human body parts. Visitors can learn all about the founder of the world renowned museum and her legacy upon visiting the Madame Tussauds Bangkok.

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Diana, Princess Of Wales

Born in 1961, Princess Diana rose to fame after her engagement to Prince Charles and had her first wax figure sculpted in 1981. She did a sitting for the same right before her marriage but that wax figure was updated to another one after she met the sculptors from Madame Tussauds again in 1996. Before, through, and then after her marriage, Princess Diana was the subject of intense media coverage around the globe. She supported numerous causes using her well-known status on the international stage as a platform, and in 1995 the Society for Brain Research in New York, USA, gave her the Prize for Humanity.

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M.R. SeniPramoj

M.R. Seni Pramoj, who co-founded and led the Democratic Party, presided over Thailand for four terms as prime minister. Only at age of 40 in 1945, he assumed office as Prime Minister for the first time and now has a wax figure dedicated to him in Madame Tussauds Bangkok. He declined to deliver the government's ruling of war over the United States and Britain in 1942 while serving as Thailand's ambassador to Washington, D.C. After winning the war, he organized the "Seri Thai'' or Free Thai movement, which eventually stopped the United States from considering Thailand to be a defeated enemy. M.R. Seni Pramoj had a career as a lawyer and a university lecturer in addition to his involvement in Thai politics.

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Buddhadasa Bhikkhu

Buddhadasa became a monk and started learning the Pali language and the Dhamma at the age of 20. He was motivated to commit his life to meditation, the Buddha-Dhamma, and learning the Buddhist canon by being in close proximity to nature. He founded Suan Mokkh Balarama (The Garden of Liberation) in 1932 to teach Buddhism to those living in the nuclear era. He was an advocate for world peace and ecological thinking because of his emphasis on the interconnection of all things. His writings significantly influenced the resurgence of Buddhist thought. Buddhadasa is regarded as one of most widely esteemed Thai Buddhist monks globally.

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Mahatma Gandhi

Born Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi on 2nd October 1869 in Gujarat, India, Mahatma Gandhi was a great leader in the fight for India's freedom from colonial British rule. Mahatma Gandhi was a key figure in India's war for independence as the head of the nationalist movement opposing British control in that country. He has had a significant impact on social and political improvement by using nonviolent protest. The Satyagraha, which is the ideology and method of innovative nonviolent ways to right wrongs, was created by Mahatma Gandhi. Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King later adopted this theory.

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Soekarno

Another famous leader whose wax figure stands tall in the Madame Tussauds Bangkok is D.R. H.C. Ir. Soekarno. Born on June 6, 1901 in Surabaya Indonesia, he is popularly known as the founding father of Indonesia. On August 17, 1945 he liberated Indonesia and gave the country its freedom, also becoming its first president (1945-1996). Soekarno is credited to formulating Pancasila, which means Five Principle as the basis of the constitution of the Republic of Indonesia. His ideology consisted of divinity, humanity, nationalism, democracy, and prosperity.

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Famous World Leaders In Madame Tussauds Bangkok

Home to some of the most notable political and spiritual leaders of present time, the Leader Zone in Madame Tussauds Bangkok has wax figures of people like Barack Obama, Michele Obama and Narendra Modi among others. These people have influenced the world and important policies, marking their place in history as they change the world for the better.

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Narendra Modi

The fifteenth Prime Minister of India, Narendra Damodar Modi also happens to be one of the only prime ministers who was born after independence. He is not only popular for political thoughts, work and contributions but has also brought India to the center of global politics. He also has the most followers after the former US President Barack Obama (in the list of world politicians). The Prime Minister also has a deep interest in spirituality and is a published poet. Visitors can get a selfie with the wax figurine of this charming and popular personality, which was sculpted in the year 2016.

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Queen Elizabeth II

Another popular and well known face in the Madame Tussauds Bangkok is the Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth II. She was declared the monarch of the commonwealth in the year 1952 and her wax figure stands tall in the famous wax museum. Visitors get to watch it up close and get pictures with the first and only female member of the royal family who served in the armed forces. Visitors have brought along letters and unusual gifts for the Queen through the years, including snail shells, maple trees, jaguars and more.

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Barack Obama

Barack Obama, the former president of the USA has created a separate fan base around the globe - thanks to his intellectual knowledge and skills. Before becoming one of the most powerful and influential political leaders in the world, he was a civil rights lawyer and a university lecturer. Get the chance to meet this amazing personality, learn about his work and take pictures with him. The major information reformation Obama did during his time was working to better the American healthcare system. His charming personality and new age approach are also the reasons that have gained him a huge following from all around the globe.

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Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama is more than just the wife of the 44th president of the USA. She is a charming personality and a strong headed woman. She has created a huge impact in the international arena of politics and has worked on many social causes. Learn about all the work and social causes that have benefited from the help of the former first lady of America. Visitors can also get up close pictures with her as they visit the wax museum.

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Aung San Suu Kyi
Aung San Suu Kyi

A nobel peace prize winner and a political prisoner, Aung San Suu Kyi is known for her nonviolent struggle for democracy and human rights. A member of the generation student group Aung San Suu Kyi carries a white handkerchief on her right hand as a sign of protest. Standing tall amongst the notable leaders of today, her wax statue is a popular stop for all history and political science enthusiasts. The amazing experience of standing in the midst of role models of today is quite motivating and inspiring.

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Mahathir Bin Mohamad

The former prime minister of Malaysia, Mahathir Bin Mohamad held his post for 22 years, becoming one of the longest serving and one of the most influential leaders in the entire Asian continent. He gained recognition for being a strong voice supporting economic progress and development of Malaysia. His policies supported modernisation and economic success during his day making him a popular public figure in Malaysian politics. During this time guests will be able to view this amazing personality's wax figure and even learn about his work that kept him public recognition on a global level.

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Art & Science Leaders In Madame Tussauds Bangkok

The art and science of the Madame Tussauds Bangkok wax Museum is home to some of the most notable figures in the artistic and scientific field. Wax figures of intelligent personalities like Albert Einstein and Mark Zuckerberg are placed right along with the wax figures of Beethoven and Pablo Picasso.

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Albert Einstein

The world renowned physicist of the many people call Madame Tussauds Bangkok wax Museum their home. His wax statue is placed in the arts science zone of the popular museum and is visited by hundreds and thousands of tourists from around the globe. Einstein is known for his many published theories in the field of Theoretical physics and especially for the concept of mass and energy. The physicist also received a Nobel prize for his contribution to science and his work on discovering the law of photoelectric effect. Kids and adults can learn about his life work and his life during their visit to the wax Museum.

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Mark Zukersberg

The founder and owner of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg has changed the concept of social media and connecting with friends from any corner of the globe. His simple wardrobe and joyful smile are detailed in the wax statue perfectly fine. Guests can catch up with the tech guru, learn about the origin story of Facebook and then some more. Today the tech moghul owns WhatsApp and Instagram along with the social media app that he created with his college mates.

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Ludwig van Beethoven

The great musician who inspired a lot of tunes and melodies in the 19th century, Beethoven’s music was a beautiful bridge between the 18th century classicism to the 19th century romanticism. The first romantic composer, Beethoven, is a favorite stop in the tour of the famous wax museum for music enthusiasts. And even though by the age of 40 he had lost his hearing, the composer never lacked in his art. Grab a selfie with the most creative and melodious person in the pages of history while visiting the popular museum.

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 Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso

Educated at the foremost art school in the world, Pablo Picasso is known to be one of the best painters and sculptors of all time. Today every art enthusiast and even non artist knows about the great work and creative skills of this amazing artist. He is given the credit for co-founding the Cubist art movement and today his work is celebrated by art lovers around the globe. The Spanish painter is waiting for art lovers at the Art-science zone to learn about his legacy, his work and his legacy.

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Silpa Bhirasri
Silpa Bhirasri

Silpa Bhirasri is known as the Father of modern art in Thailand, and his wax statue is housed in the Art-Science Zone of the popular wax museum in Bangkok. The creative mind landed in Bangkok in 1923 and trained the Thai artists and craftsmen at the Royal Academy’s Fine Art section. Silpa Bhirasri crafted 18 monuments in Thailand, including some of the important ones like the Democracy Monument, Victory Monument and the statue of King Rama I. Get up close with this creative soul and visitors can learn a lot about his life as well as his work.

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Know Before You Visit Madame Tussauds Bangkok

Essential Information
How To Reach Madame Tussauds Bangkok

Location: 989 Siam Discovery 4floor, Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok

Timings: 10 AM - 8 PM, Monday to Sunday

Best Time To Visit: The best time to visit the popular wax museum is during the early hours of the day or some time in the late afternoon. These hours see less crowded halls and zones, so guests can explore the museum at their relaxed pace without any hassle.

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Madame Tussauds Bangkok FAQs

What is special about Madame Tussauds Bangkok?

Madame Tussauds Bangkok is home to some of the most iconic wax figures of history, sports, art-science, music and even Bollywood. The museum’s celebrated zones house around 70 wax statues of noted faces in their own fields. Visitors can spend their tour exploring these beautiful wax statues, learning about the work and life of these people and much more.

What is the best time to visit Madame Tussauds Bangkok?

The best time to visit the Madame Tussauds Bangkok is during the army hours of the day, in the morning as the museum opens. Guests can also make the trip during late afternoon. These hours are less crowded and guests will be able to tour the museum at a more relaxed pace.

Can I touch the wax figures in Madame Tussauds Bangkok?

Yes, visitors can touch the wax figures at Madame Tussauds in Bangkok. They can get up close with the popular faces, click selfies and strike poses - enjoy all of it during their visit.

Are we allowed to click photographs inside Madame Tussauds Bangkok?

Yes, guests can click pictures of all wax figures and take their camera to all the zones. The only place the camera is not allowed is near Jackie Chan’s wax statue.

Are we allowed to take pets inside Madame Tussauds Bangkok?

No, guests cannot bring their pets to the popular wax museum. The museum houses some very intrinsically detailed wax statues that will not be around pets.

. Is there wheelchair accessibility inside Madame Tussauds Bangkok?

The Madame Tussauds wax museum is accessible to tourists with wheelchairs. Visitors can enjoy a great tour of the museum on their wheelchairs and they can even use the inside elevator at the attraction.

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