Madame Tussauds Museum
Madame Tussauds is a wax and tourist attraction museum located in Imiba on Sentosa Island, Singapore, and the museum was officially opened on October 25, 2014. The museum is the seventh Asian branch of the Madame Tussauds wax museums worldwide, and American pop singer has participated Katy Perry – who has a wax figure inside the museum – at the museum’s opening ceremonies.
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The museum is one of the tourist attractions located in Sentosa Island, as it attracts a large number of tourists to witness a real simulation of art, politics and society stars. The museum includes many wax figures from prominent political figures, famous stars, sports symbols, etc., including Yusuf Ishaq, Soekarno and Lee Kuan Yew David Beckham, Shahrukh Khan, Angelina Jolie, Johnny Depp and many others. Standing at the entrance to the museum is a wax statue of singer Lady Gaga, and a wax statue was recently added to a girl from Singapore, a statue of Nur Surya bint Muhammad Ambiya II, an iconic girl within Singapore Airlines. Recently, a wax statue has been added to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Within the Madame Tussauds Museum in Singapore, there are two main attractions: performances that represent images from Singapore – and boat rides that embody the spirit of Singapore. As for your way to go to the museum, it is a trip in itself, where you can take a boat through the water directly to the museum and thus you will enjoy a cruise alongside visiting the museum, and through the boat you can see many scenic landscapes such as gardens and parks, in addition to the areas that The Formula N race is held in Singapore.
Things to do in Madame Tussauds Museum
Take a tour of the museum and get to know the wax sculptures of political and sports figures, and the stars of art and cinema.
– Know how to manage the museum and the history and idea of creating this series of museums.
– Go to Le meridian Singapore restaurant which has a pool of water in the middle and offers delicious international dishes, in addition to traditional Asian dishes.
– Take commemorative photos next to the wax sculptures of your favorite characters, like Mohamed Ali Clay, George Clooney and many others.
– Take a tour through the wonderful cable car, hanging in the open air in front of the fresh sea, and enjoy a panoramic view of the place from Ali and learn about its features.
– For those who love romance and the sea, they can enjoy a boat tour, take a tour around the island, and watch the sunset from the waters.
times of work
The museum operates on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 AM until 7:30 PM
The rest of the week is from 10:00 AM until 6:00 PM
Prices for entry tickets
Child fare: S $ 29
– For the elderly over 60 years: 30 Singapore dollars
Adult fare: 39 Singapore dollars