Madame Tussauds Waxworks Bangkok Fun with The Stars

Have fun seeking and interacting with political leaders, singers, movie stars and mush more!

Event Duration

We recommend around 4-5 hours for this event although this could be a full day event.

Group Size

Minimum 25 persons to over 50+ depending on your chosen location

Location

Anywhere across Bangkok although we recommend a hotel near the BTS.

Benefits

Shared common goals, balanced participation, leadership and communication.

Madame Tussauds Bangkok is an awesome location for a team building event in Thailand, enabling groups to have fun seeking and interacting with political leaders, singers, movie stars and many more. It’s one thing to see them on the big screen, but another to see them up close and personal so we created a fun team building event in Bangkok at Madame Tussauds.

Grab your chance to fire everyone in the White House and perhaps take Obama’s place!

Dine with Hannibal Lecter eating some liver and fava beans with a nice chianti or just have a little exotic pleasure with him jail! Only in Bangkok of course!

Find your favourite football star, sing with a rock star or hang out with Spiderman! Whatever the challenge, this is a fun team building event with a big difference!

Where can you do all of this? Madame Tussauds wax museum in Bangkok! They have many life-size wax replicas of celebrities, all set in themed galleries!

Therefore, instead of simply visiting the museum, why not have some fun and develop teamwork at the same time.

Solve clues, work out the movie, find the stars and participate in a few games, this half-day team building event (Bangkok only) requires teams to work together sharing their knowledge and creativity!

What is Madame Tussauds in Bangkok, Thailand

Madame Tussauds is the name of the wax museum in Bangkok although the most famous and original one can be found in London.

They display famous film and television characters which include historical figures and have become major tourist attractions.

Marie Tussaud was the creator who opened a museum called the ‘Chamber of Horrors’. it included murderers, criminals and victims of the French Revolution and became a hit which later became known as Madame Tussauds.

How much does a Madame Tussauds wax figure cost?

Each figure can cost an average of $300,000 and can take many weeks of hard work to create. You can even commission their artists to make one of you but it’s going to set you back almost USD 200,000.

Looking at my reflection in the mirror is enough for me!

Is Madame Tussauds, Bangkok Worth Visiting?

Absolutely and it’s definitely worth their asking price! Where else can you sit with the queen, answer Obama’s phone or dance with Madonna!

Combine this with some serious fun trivia questions, puzzles and photo hunts and you’re guaranteed a day in Bangkok to remember.

Can you touch the wax figures?

Yes, you can get up close and personal and even touch the statues although it is requested not to touch them. As they are made of wax they are still fragile and can get damaged.

Is a camera allowed in Madame Tussauds Bangkok?

Cameras, phones and even selfie sticks are allowed in all public areas and encouraged so you can capture and share the memories of your visit.

For obvious reasons, tripods are not allowed and if you wish to film as part of a camera crew, permission would be required first.

**Images will be provided with our logo in the bottom right corner. Should you wish not to have our logo there would be a small fee for the use of our professional photographers**

Contact us today for your fun event in Bangkok quotation!

Quotations are inclusive of:

All prices quoted are inclusive of transportation, a gift for each winning team member, facilitators, photographer, entree fees, tailored event program, MC, consultants, materials and design.

Let us know your event date, location, and the size of your group?

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