Walking through the festival avenue, in the view of "Yunmenghu Lake" and Merlion, take the escalator up the hill to find Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. After exchanging tickets for booking tickets by mail in advance on domestic travel websites, we entered the wax museum. First, we took a boat to see the background of Singapore's urban changes and wax figures. Afterwards, the tickets were checked and entered the exhibition hall. The way of admission was quite unique. Singaporeans were very creative in tourism. The first people we saw in the wax museum were three politicians, the first President of Singapore, whom we had never heard of; the former President of Malaysia, whom we knew many years ago; and Chairman Mao Zedong, whom we are very familiar with. The three politicians appeared at the entrance of the Wax Museum as if they had a strong Singapore history. The political tasks that followed were the Queen of England and the past and present leaders of Singapore, where US President Barack Obama and India's Mahatma Gandhi were present in friendship, representing the leaders of the world's and Asian powers. The most striking picture here is the old photo of Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and his wife. As an outstanding and outstanding leader of Singapore, he once led the people of Singapore to build a prosperous and miraculous country. Here, the identity of love has a more people-friendly element. It happened that a group of children visited the wax museum. All of a sudden, this little space for tourists was full of noise. The children posed various postures and took pictures with the figures in the wax museum. The true feelings and the vividness of the wax figures formed a far-reaching picture. Tourists also choose their idols to take pictures with them, and the whole wax museum has a different mix of true and false smiles. We appreciate the integration of reality and memory in watching wax statues and looking at the introduction of characters. With these lively children, this seemingly lifeless wax museum is full of joy, laughter and life.
Wax museum is not very easy to find, asked a lot of local talent found. It's a long elevator on top of a hill, but you can see it when you go up. My tickets are much cheaper than those ordered on the spot by Taobao. The tickets need to be changed at the e-ticket counter. The Wax Museum also includes tickets for Singapore Spirit Boat. In the boat, you can see many mini-versions of Singapore attractions. They are very lovely and distinctive. Wax Museum is not particularly large, but the world's celebrities are quite complete, there are many Chinese celebrities have a good cordial sense of Haha Wax Museum, some places are free to help you take photos, there are electronic interactive screen in the football star that can play penalties, I suggest that you can go to see in Shengtaosha, if you have enough time, with children's Ciba Ma can be considered.
At first, I thought there were only wax figures in it. Later, I found that there were two other projects, a small cruise ship, which was very interesting. Then Vientiane Singapore could let people know the history of Singapore. It was very good. Here are also prepared some small props, people and wax photography can take, the service is really very meticulous.
Because you deserve to go, and you will never forget the country after you go.
Singaporean spiritual cruise ship is in the wax museum. In fact, it takes a small boat to walk around the model. The model includes Chinese carved beams and painted pillars, as well as Indian gods, Ferris wheel, Optimus tree, F1 racing car and so on. It ends in about 10 minutes.
When we first entered Tussah, there was a small theatre about 20 minutes. NPCs would take you to play games to see the development of the past. This is a paradise for the opera goblins. Wax statues are very realistic, with world stars and Southeast Asian celebrities.
A good place on Sentosa is not only to see, but also to feel the history and culture of Singapore, which is worth visiting.
Twice, Dusha in Singapore must see Yanzi and JJ. Recently, it seems that there are two great people, Da Da and Mom. Singapore's Pavilion is accompanied by a pavilion that understands Singapore's history. Unfortunately, it's only in English. The Chinese experience is expected to be discounted. The point is that you can experience the feeling of making a hand mask for free.