The Bottom Line
- Excellent selection of local stars
- The interactive Scream ride
- Less waxworks than London or New York
- Where: The Peak Tower, The Peak
- Open: 10A.M.-10P.M. Daily
- The Price: Adults HK$140 and Children HK$70
Guide Review - Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong Review
Madame Tussaud's Hong Kong is well worth a visit, if you like the original waxworks idea. While it doesn’t match the breadth and depth of its London sister attraction, Madame Tussauds Hong Kong does have a very good body of work. The number of local celebrities featured, unique from other Tussaud’s attractions, is particularly noteworthy.
The museum is split into six sections; Hong Kong Glamour, World Premiere, The Champions, Music Icons, and National Heroes, the Scream section is more of a blood and gore theme park ride.
The selection of waxworks is split between uniquely Asian offerings, including big names from China and Hong Kong and international stars.
Below is a very limited selection of the major names captured in wax.
Glamour – Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Ayumi Hamasaki, Aaron Kwok and Cecilia Cheung
Historical and National Heroes – George Bush Junior, President of China Hu Jintao, Pablo Piccaso, Yang Li Wei and former rulers of Hong Kong the British Royal Family.
World Premiere – Marylin Monroe, Harrison Ford, Johnny Depp, Pierce Brosnan, Bruce Lee, Andy Lau
The Champions – David Beckham, Tiger Woods, Liu Xiang
Music Icons- Elvis Presely, Michael Jackson, Teresa Teng, Joey Yung
Scream – The scream is a bloodcurdling, interactive experience aimed at Adult visitors to Madame Tussauds. A similar concept to the London Dungeons, the Scream attraction is based around the idea of an Asylum where the inmates have escaped and so must you.
Plus many, many more waxworks - Film fans, particularly Hong Kong film fans certainly won’t want to miss Madame’s in Hong Kong, with a host of the city’s blockbuster stars immortalised. Andy Lau is Madame Tussaud’s first silicon figure, with a beating heart installed inside.