Madame Tussauds, Singapore, is the Southeast Asian chapter of world renowned brand of wax museums. The museum houses wax statues of many renowned personalities from the world and from Singapore. The most famous attractions here are the statues of David Beckham, Johnny Depp, Lady Gaga, Yusof Ishak, Lee Kuan Yew, Nur Surya Binte Mohamed Ambiah, Brad Pitt, Cristiano Ronaldo, and many more such famous celebrities from the world.
Apart from being a famous wax museum, the place on the Imbiah Lookout of the Sentosa Island is also famous for providing unforgettable experiences to the guests arriving. This place is famous for being the first Madame Tussauds museum in the world to have a show hosted by an actor and a boat ride on the premises. Speaking of which, the Images of Singapore Live (IoS Live) is one of the most famous live shows in the country. Showcasing the history and development of the region, the show uses actors and many special effects to bring the show and story a new life of their own.
This Singapore wax museum houses statues of personalities from different walks of life, like world leaders (Barack Obama, Mahatma Gandhi, Queen Elizabeth II, Nelson Mandela etc), Sports (Cristiano Ronaldo, Lewis Hamilton, Sachin Tendulkar, Serena Williams etc), Films (Daniel Craig, Tom Cruise, Oprah, Bruce Lee etc), and Music (Elvis Presley, MJ, Katy Perry etc). Also a part of the wax museum are special additions of IIFA award experience and Marvel 4D experience.
For Images of Singapore Live, apart from the show itself, the worth having experience here is the Spirit of Singapore boat ride, which showcases the celebratory journey of the country through all these years.
What's Inside :
1. Quayside Walk
Start the adventure by exploring the Singapore Dock with authentic smells and colours.
2. Four Winds Trading Co.
Step inside the Four Winds Trading Company and go on an adventure to discover the amazing early influences on the growth of Singapore.
3. Malay Fishing Village
Follow the local fisherman to witness the signing of the treaty – Founding of Singapore.
4. Commercial Square
Visit the financial centre of Singapore and gather to witness the successful Singapore of the late 1800s.
Take a visit to 1900s Chinatown, from cramped workers’ living quarters to the vibrant activity of the harbour.
6. Jubilee Cinema
You’re invited to Jubilee Theatre, but the evening is interrupted by an important announcement. Could there be danger?
7. Television Shop
TV shop owner greets and invites you to watch footage of Singapore between 1945 and 1965.
8. Miracle of Singapore
An incredible visual exploration of Singapore’s development over the past 50 years! Celebrate the nation’s amazing growth since independence.
9. The Spirit of Singapore : Boat Ride
The Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride takes a celebratory journey through Singapore’s historical and cultural landmarks like no other - from the enchanting Botanical Gardens, to being on pole position at the F1 night race!