Discover a World of Famous Fun at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong


Marie Tussaud
Marie Tussaud

Consider meeting famous or historical wax-made people that you may not have a chance to see in real, a visit to Madame Tussands is relatively a good idea. This chained museum was founded by a French wax sculptor Marie Tussaud. The very first one was opened in London in 1835. This world-famous wax museum is now everywhere in a number of major cities from Asia and Europe to North America and Oceania!


If you are lucky enough to be in one of the cities that has a Madame Tussands, you should at least visit this museum once in your lifetime. Madame Tussauds Hong Kong is located at the Peak Tower in Hong Kong. Simply take a tram ride up to the Peak from Central and a world of famous fun is about to begin!


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Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

What to See at Madame Tussauds


What do you expect to see in Madame Tussauds? Every famous person you know of can be a wax figure in this wax museum! From the royal family like Queen Elizabeth II and the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh to the ex- US president Barack Obama and the first lady Michelle Obama, not just the politicians, but also musician, artists, athletics and actors can also be found in the museum.


Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso

There's nothing more you can ask for especially when you can even "meet" someone who's not even alive anymore. Just like the leading cubist artist Pablo Picasso! We'd definitely love to see him in person and ask for an exclusive interview!


Madonna
Madonna
Donnie Yen
Donnie Yen
Leon Lai
Leon Lai

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong or Asia Exclusive


What's the Hong Kong or Asia Exclusive? Some wax figures like actors Donnie Yen and Leon Lai are only exclusive to Hong Kong's and China's; apparently you won't be able to find them anywhere else outside of Asia. Therefore, if you'd like to "meet" every one of them, you should definitely visit every single Madame Tussauds in the world.

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