March in Singapore: Madame Tussauds™

It's not everyday that you get a chance to see celebrities all at once. Madame Tussauds™ in Singapore gives you that chance with their full-scale, life-like figures of different international celebrities and key people in society.

Madame Tussauds in Sentosa Island is the 7th branch in Asia that was opened way back 2014. This is my second time entering a Madame Tussauds museum, the first one being at San Francisco, so I had an idea on what to expect. This is my girlfriend's first time entering one, so I'm very excited for her.

The museum features many wax figures of notable political icons, both past and present, sports personalities, and famous celebrities. The figures are grouped and arranged in such a way that you also learn something while traversing the museum's entirety. 

It features notable political figures the world has known through the years like Mao Zedong, Nelson Mandela, Sukarno, Barack Obama, and of course Singapore's Founding Father, Lee Kuan Yew and his wife Kwa Geok Choo.

Aside from political figures and world leaders, Madame Tussauds also features sports personalities and icons through the years. The list includes Yao Ming, David Beckham, Tiger Woods, and Feng Tianwei.

People in the entertainment industry are also present in the museum. Actresses like Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, singers like Taylor Swift, Beyonce, Madonna, and even Elvis Presley were immortalized with their very own wax figures.

Hollywood stars such as Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Daniel Craig to name a few also has their own spotlight inside the museum.

Though we were not able to take photos of all that's inside the museum, we definitely had a great time and experience and a waxed figure of my hand as a souvenir from it.