Be the star and steal the show at Madame Tussauds, home to Hong Kong’s hottest party at The Victoria Peak. See famous faces including Kim Woo-bin, Kendall Jenner, Johnny Depp, Donald Trump, and Benedict Cumberbatch. Go to the Backstage Studio and become the next top model with Z.TAO, Angelebaby, and other fashionistas at “Fashion Zone”. Get to meet Indonesia President Joko Widodo, Indian Prime Minister Modi Narendra and become the guest of Royal Family at “Historical and National Heroes”. Seated at the centre of her artistic world, Yayoi Kusama dons an eye-catching red hairpiece and a yellow dress with black polka dots will lead you to her journey of “self-obliteration”. Don't miss your chance to meet Varun Dhawan, Amitabh Bachchan, WarCraft and Kung Fu heroes at “World Premiere” and “Kung Fu” zones, too! Mingle with your favourite Korean celebrities Kim Soo-hyun, Siwon Choi, and Lee Jong-suk. We've rolled out the red carpet so come and join us here at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong.
Supposedly we visit Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong during our second day. Unfortunately, they close early than expected. So we decided to revisit it the next day it was just a few floors down from the Sky Terracea. Madame Tussauds is one of the "what they called" must visit places while in Hong Kong. It houses life size wax figures of the world’s most famous and influential personalities.
Here are some of the famous people we “met” that amazing day (see below pictures).
My daughter likes marvels Hero, Hello Kitty and the cartoon figures. Thank you Klook.
Roll out the red carpet! Meet all of your favourite celebrities at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong. With over 100 incredibly lifelike wax figures and 11 interactive zones, you can rub shoulders with Lee Jong-suk and immerse in K-pop culture at K-wave Zone, practise kung fu with Bruce Lee at Kung Fu Zone, take selfies with some of the world’s most respected historical and political leaders, glam it up with Taylor Swift on stage, and enjoy the patterned world of Yayoi Kusama!
Complete your star-studded journey at the Madame Tussauds Hong Kong souvenir shop which features a full range of gifts, from personalized wax hands to mini figurines and many more.
Thanks to Klook for a very convenient way of buying Madame Tussauds tickets on line. We’re thinking of how to spend the rest of the day in Hong Kong then we decided to get two tickets via Klook.com We didnt have to pay in cash as you can pay using credit Card so if you are short of HKD, no need to withdraw from ATM which saves you from withdrawal charges. It’s better to see this wax museum since there’s no thing much to do at the Peak.
Madame Tussauds Wax museum is really a place worth visiting in Hong Kong. They have created real like statues which looks lively. There is huge collection of famous personalities from all walks of life, from Hollywood Bollywood Politics Glamour Pop Music Sports etc, covering all the globe. It's looks like all world come to one place.
My friends and I loved our experience here at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong. We were able to have our picture taken with our favorite celebrities even though it's just Wax figures. Our purchase was all worth it. We had so much fun here. We were able to see Lady Gaga, Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee, Obama, Spiderman, Hulk, Ironman, Hello Kitty, Doraemon, David Beckham, and many more.
I made a reservation with Klook. If you make a reservation normally, it's 200HK $, so it's better to go here. It is located on the 1st floor of a building in the jewelry wholesale district near Wanpoa (2nd floor in Japan). It's really in an ordinary office building, so at first you'll be asked "Is it okay here ...?", But let's enter with courage. After the reception, one staff member guided me in full. The explanation is in simple English, so even I, who has only junior high school level English ability, could understand it. Inside, you can see guitars, watches, sunglasses, smartphone covers, golf clubs, etc. with a large amount of diamonds. I think there is no museum in Hong Kong or Japan where you can see masterpieces made by these modern skilled craftsmen. The number of exhibits is small, but the rarity of what is on display is amazing. You will want to take a closer look one by one. If you like diamonds and gems, you will especially enjoy it. The stone fastening method using 7 stones called Coronet Original was also interesting for me as a jewel nerd. Finally, there is a jewelery showroom designed by Coronet, where you can buy jewelery at a lower price than listed. It's definitely cheaper than buying it in Japan. I haven't seen it closely, but the quality of the diamonds seemed to be quite good. The designs ranged from simple to elegant, so you can look forward to it. The admission fee is $ 200, which is higher than a normal museum, but I was very happy with it. A city of gems: Get a glimpse of Hong Kong. I went alone, but I think it's probably better to go in groups of a few people without hesitation. Finally, thank you very much for the kindness of the female guide staff.