Sunday, December 12, 2010

Madame Tussauds London

We visited Madame Tussauds while we were in London. Its my 1st time visiting the wax museum, haha damn jakun...
As expected, it was very crowded in the museum, but luckily I managed to snap quite alot of photos....
According to the tour leader, Madame Tussauds London is the main wax museum compare to the rest in Hong Kong, New York etc. Nonetheless, I dint see any Asian icons here =_=
I'll just the pictures do the talking....




















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p/s: Just 2 more posts to go about London, please stay tune ya ^^

17 comments:

  1. Only been to the one in HK. My sporting mother even put on Monroe's wig and posed just like her. Very funny. LOL.. Looking forward to your last 2 entries.:)

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  2. I went to Madame Tussauds London in 2000 and it is one and only one wax museum I ever visit so far. Yeah, I guess this museum is all time crowded and I managed to take pictures with three icons: Charlie Chaplin, Saddam Hussein and Diana only

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  3. You look so 'tiny' beside Princess Diana :D

    I think all wax museums in the world are packed with human being, They are among famous tourist's spot, aren't they?

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  4. i wonder if they had statue of Mother Teresa there?

    have a great week ahead ya

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  5. I love the 2nd last picture, you looked so 'notty' and playful!

    p/s: OMG, they didn't get my Will Smith right!!!T_T

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  6. Wow..you took so many pics. Some of the wax figures really look like the real persons.

    I wonder are they really that tall in persons..haha. I like Audrey Hepburn's one.

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  7. Inspired Momx1, haha, your mum is really sporting!

    Shenny's Mommy, did you ride the train at the end of the trip? Yea, I think it's that crowded all the time...

    Yvonne, ya, never realise she is so tall!

    Eugene, hmmm, I dint notice Mother Teresa there....
    You too, enjoy your week!

    Alice Law, haha, thanks! Yep, there's Will Smith there!

    Mummy Gwen, yes, every icons are made with the actual height! And some of them really looks so real...

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  8. The last time I visited there was more than 10 years ago, they have since added a lot more icons. it's a must place to visit when in London.

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  9. Agnes, yea, more icons now.. But no Asian ones.. =_=

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  10. Your poses with the wax statues looked quite decent, I guess I will molest, hug and kiss those icons that I like "kau kau"

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  11. Yan, haha ya, I was actually quite 'su boon' already.. I see many people kiss those wax statues....

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  12. I've been to the one in HK, but I really think yours in London has so many more stars, well except for the fact that it doesn't have Chinese stars lar.:p

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  13. i spotted aishawa rai. eik. dunno how to write her name :O
    she is asian what. hehehehe.waaaa so nice to go there and take pic with all the farmous *people* hehehehi

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  14. Hey, you are not jakun lah... you are considered very lucky compared to many who have never even been there hehe.

    Interesting collection you have :) I went there in 2001. That time no digital cameras and blogs yet so I took very little photos only... wasted :(

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  15. Shirlexia, yep, Madame Tussauds London has more western icons... I was expecting to see at least Bruce Lee or Jackie Chan though :(

    goldflower86, yep its Aishwarya Rai, she is famous Bollywood actress.

    ChloeRuoyi, nvm nvm, you can plan for another visit wert! ^^

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  16. OMG! They have Audrey Hepburn?

    I din go to this because my cousin said it was overpriced. I went to the one in HK before though... many yrs ago...

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  17. YT, LOL, yes thats Audrey Hepburn I took photo with! very real!

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