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Madam Tussauds Singapore

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Clarissa Wong
Listing created by Clarissa Wong on January 08, 2016    

Madam Tussauds is a worldwide chain of museums featuring life-sized waxworks of famed personalities. In 2014, it officially landed in Singapore's very own Sentosa Island. 

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Weekday Opening Hours:
Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Friday: 10am-6pm Thursday: 10am-5.30pm
Weekend Opening Hours:
Entrance Fees:
Madame Tussauds Singapore
Standard : S$39
Child (3 - 12 years old): S$29

Island admission and transport charges apply.
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Take photos with all the wax figures to make your moneys’ worth.

When some relatives visited Singapore, we brought them to the museum as it had been newly opened. Stepping into Madame Tussauds, my sister and I got scared by a life-sized Singapore Girl wax replica. NOT cool. Nonetheless, that shows just how skillful the craftsmen are.

Walking around the museum, one will be greeted by famous figures sorted out by different themes such as Sports and Music. I enjoyed how the museum allowed it to be an interactive experience by providing costumes and sculpting the figures in a way that let guests pose and take photographs. My favorite was the Muhammad Ali figure! Punch, punch, uppercut, punch!

It’s a good one-time experience, but for the price, I probably will not visit another time. For people who like to take selfies, or those who like feeling like stars for a day, Madame Tussauds is the place to be!

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The most photogenic museum in this country

I had to visit Madame Tussauds for a JC school trip, and it was probably one of the most fun school trips I’ve been on since... kindergarten. Most school trips were educational a.k.a boring, so to have an outing where all we did was take photos was exhilarating.

The visit started off with a short boat ride, which made me feel like a little kid again as I stared at everything in wonder. I’d suggest going there with a group of friends - it’d probably make the trip more lively and vibrant. The best part is that the wax figures can actually be touched, which allows for poses with them to be more multidimensional and interesting. Some figures had props at the side too, which made photos even more fun.

With Madame Tussauds being largely dedicated to pop culture, this museum is the perfect place for the youth and even for children. If you’re looking for something to do on a hot or rainy day, drop by Resort World Sentosa and pay this museum a visit!

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