Madame Tussauds, Singapore

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Madame Tussauds, Singapore Overview

The world's most famous wax museum Madame Tussauds has its very own branch on the Sentosa Island of Singapore. Officially opened on 25th October 2014, this museum was the 7th Asian branch of Madame Tussaud's chain of wax attractions globally. The Madame Tussauds of Sentosa features wax statues of remarkable celebrities and icons. Some of the ones featured here are figures of Shah Rukh Khan, Johny Depp, David Beckham and so on. Right after the entrance into the museum, a wax model of Lady Gaga is erected. A recent addition here is the wax figure of the Prime Minister of India, Mr.Narendra Modi. Apart from this, it also features statues of Taylor Swift, Christiano Ronaldo and has a new installation of an interactive IIFA-Award-experience segment.

This museum also holds a show called 'Images of Singapore' which is a thirty-minute show carried by an actor that travels and reveals Singapore's remarkable journey from being an insignificant fishing village to a powerful nation. Another such activity here is the Virtual Reality Cars segment. A team of Lewis Hamilton or Sebastian Vettel have an extremely competitive racing experience with full-sized dual car simulators. Car-fanatics just cannot afford to miss this! It also has a boat ride which is a first of its kind started here in Madame Tussauds that celebrates the spirit of Singapore through a boat ride and journeys through the tropical Singapore garden.

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The museum features statues of prominent politicians. Some of the models are of Mahatma Gandhi, Barack Obama, Yusof Ishak and Narendra Modi. President Xi, Queen Elizabeth II and Nelson Mandela are some of the significant political figures. For the sport-enthusiasts, there are famous sports personalities that this museum houses. A few of the many are Muhammad Ali, Serena Williams, Christiano Ronaldo, Sachin Tendulkar and David Beckham. To the movie buffs, the fans have the liberty to engage with the wax statues of Madhuri Dixit, Shah Rukh Khan, Amitabh Bachan, Hrithik Roshan and Aishwarya Rai. Actors like Marilyn Monroe, Daniel Craig, Arnold Schwarzenegger and powerful figures like Oprah Winfrey and Jackie Chan. The museum also has wax statues of Marvel figures like Spider-Man, Captain America and Iron Man.

This place has recently come up with a Marvel-based 4D experience. This short Marvel-movie has four-dimensional elements like water sprays and seat motions and vibrations that provide a complete and engaging viewer experience. These short films are ten minutes long and feature marvel's famous superheroes - Iron Man, Spider-Man, Thor and Hulk fighting a supervillain. This show is also focused more on Singapore so the tourists could relate to the attractions in the background. These include attractions like Gardens by the Bay and the Singapore Flyer.

The VR Racing Experience at Sentosa is not what you would want to miss. The ticket includes two full-size racing car simulator and a T-shirt that says 'Born to Race'. These fully themed cars are over 5 meters longs and 2 meters wide, built with VR HMD technology and a motion seat system integrated within the car cockpit.

Madame Tussauds has one of its kind boat ride that brings to life the native plants as the fragrances of flowers through giant palms up in the air. As the boat rows, you can hear melodious songs of birds chirping and the tropical jungle. This is quite an experience to brace yourself up, as it ends up in an F1 Singapore night race.

There is a VIP-Experience package at an extra fee that includes a walk down the red carpet and allows you to skip the queues for touching/clicking pictures with the wax figures. The VIP Experience also includes priority access to the 'Images of Singapore LIVE', the 'Spirit of Singapore' Boat Ride, and Marvel 4D Cinema and more! The minimum quantity of VIP members is 20, and it can be booked by contacting the Madame Tussauds authorities.

Local Residents Online Saver- Entry to Madame Tussauds Singapore + Spirit of Singapore boat ride + Images of Singapore LIVE + Marvel 4D Cinema
Adult- SGD 28
Kid- SGD  18
Walk up Price- SGD 42

Online Saver- Entry to Madame Tussauds Singapore + Spirit of Singapore boat ride + Images of Singapore LIVE + Marvel 4D Cinema
Adult- SGD 32
Kid- SGD 22
Walk up Price- SGD 42

IIFA Trophy Package- Entry to Madame Tussauds Singapore + Spirit of Singapore boat ride + Images of Singapore LIVE + Marvel 4D Cinema
Adult- SGD 42
Kid- SGD 32
Walk up Price- SGD 59

Combo Tickets 
Trick Eye Museum Bundle-
Entry to Madame Tussauds Singapore + Spirit of Singapore boat ride + Images of Singapore LIVE + Marvel 4D Cinema + Trick Eye Museum Singapore.
Adult- SGD 48
Kid- SGD 35
Wax Hand Package- SGD 38

VR Racing Experience 
Adult- SGD 52
Kids- SGD 42

Sentosa Island is easily accessible through public transport. The nearest bus stop is 9 minutes away (B14159). Buses 188R, 963R, RWS8, NR1 and NR6 stop at this bus stop. The nearest MRT Station is 25 minutes away. Alight at Exit E and talk a cab/ bus to Sentosa Island.

To get here through a cable car from the Harbourfront MRT Exit B, follow the signs directing to the Singapore Cable Car Station at Harbourfront Tower II and take the cable car to Sentosa Island.

To reach through the Sentosa Express, head to level 3of the VivoCity Shopping mall for Sentosa Express monorail to Sentosa Island. Alight at the Imbiah Station and enter the Merlion Plaza till the Escalators. Following 4 flights of escalators, you will reach the red carpet of Madame Tussauds.

To reach via taxi, head towards Imbiah Road near the Tiger Sky Tower where you will be only 60 yards away from your destination.

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