A Trip Well-Spent In Madame Tussauds Singapore

Taking over Images of Singapore in 2014, Madame Tussauds Singapore features more than 60 wax figures of both local celebrities and international stars. This is the best place to snap your best selfie with your favourite celebrities up-close! Fun fact: Madame Tussauds is the first museum, out of the 24 around the world, to have a boat ride housed and actor-led show! Do prepare to spend a good 2-3 hours clicking your camera away.

Images of Singapore LIVE

Images of Singapore LIVE is an approximately 30-minutes walk-through journey reuses most of the original props/figurines from the old Images of Singapore. This new experience became interactive though live actors, special effects and 11 immersive scenes. The story uncovers the nation’s extraordinary history from a humble fishing village to becoming the 21st century powerhouse. In this section, you get to meet the everyday people and pioneers of Singapore across a period of nearly 200 years.

The Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride

The Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride is the unique part differ from the rest of Madame Tussauds Museums. It is a 4-minutes stunningly illuminated boat journey through the rich history, culture, and landmarks of Singapore. 

Madame Tussauds Wax Museum

The star attraction, is of course the wax museum! It comprises of 7-themed section with a recent addition of K-wave zone. Feel like a celebrity as you walk down the red carpet at Madame Tussauds Singapore. Strike a pose alongside your favorite celebrities, take memorable photos, and experience the glitz and glamour. This museum also features several interactive zones where you can engage with the exhibits. For example, you might find yourself playing football with Cristiano Ronaldo, participating in a dance-off with famous pop stars, or joining a virtual reality adventure.

Historical & World Leaders


Film & TV Studio



Hollywood Superstars

Marvel 4D Experience

Marvel fans can have a close-up selfie with life-sized Iron Man, Spiderman and Thor all in one place, followed by a 4D-film featuring the Avengers themselves! Enjoy a 3D movie featuring your favorite Marvel superheroes, enhanced with special effects like wind, water, and vibrations, creating an immersive experience.

Getting to Madame Tussauds

By Foot: Take the MRT to HarbourFront station. From VivoCity Shopping Mall’s waterfront promenade you can enter via the Sentosa Boardwalk. This is a 25-minutes walk. Follow directional signs to Madame Tussauds Singapore which is at Imbiah Lookout.

By Bus: Take RWS 8 outside the bus stop of VivoCity or Harbourfront Shopping Center. The bus will stop outside RWS Casino. Go to Resorts World station take Sentosa Express towards Imbiah Station.

By Sentosa Express: Head to the 3rd level of the VivoCity shopping mall for the Sentosa Express to Sentosa Island. Alight at Imbiah Station, then head across Merlion Plaza to the escalators. After 4 flights of escalators, you will see the red carpet of Madame Tussauds Singapore.

By Cable Car: From HarbourFront MRT take Exit B (HarbourFront Centre). Follow directional signs leading to Singapore Cable Car station at HarbourFront Tower ll and take the cable car to Sentosa Island. Once exit from the souvenir shop, walk straight across the lawn and you will see Madame Tussauds Singapore. 

Essential Information

Opening Hours: Daily; 10am – 6pm (Last admission at 5pm)

Admission Fee: Adult – SG$28, Child – SG$18

We got our tickets from Klook which offers a much lower price. 

Is it Worth it? 

This is the third Madame Tussauds I had visited (previously been to Hong Kong’s & London’s) and I still think it is totally worth a visit, especially if you have not done any of it! I will highly recommend visiting on weekdays if you want to spend more alone-time with your idols.

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Aloha! I'm Bunzy, a curious dreamer who is passionate about roaming around the world getting lost, experiencing new cultures and meeting the locals. My superpower is to be able to sleep anywhere, anyhow!

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