Everybody grows up with the dream to meet their icons in real life, and Madame Tussauds Museum in Bangkok helps you take this dream one step further. Although not in flesh, the unique Wax Museum offers the chance to witness, marvel at extremely life-like wax models of some of the biggest personalities across the fields of art, culture, history and science.Originally founded 1835, the first Madame Tussauds Museum was established in London by veteran French sculptor Marie Tussaud. Since then, the Museum has found its way into several major countries across the globe, Bangkok being one of them. At Madame Tussauds Bangkok, we see the western and eastern cultures coalesce into one- celebrating names from South East Asia and the West alike, the exhibits at Madame Tussauds Bangkok stretch the boundaries of space and time.The Wax Museum is separated into ten different themed zones, each taking one through a portal into a different time and space. Offering a chance to rub shoulders with celebrities, sport icons, historical legends and political figureheads, the thrill value of the Museum is set quite high. Every exhibit is imagined against a natural background: you will find the Obamas discussing politics in the Oval Office, and Tiger Woods sitting down to prepare for a shot on a golf course.Madame Tussauds Bangkok is also one of the most interactive of its sister museums. Take a quiz with Albert Einstein, shoot a few hoops at the sports section, or grab an easel and paint with Picasso- the Museum keeps you busy with its quirky little things to do.There is an entire section dedicated just to Madame Tussaud as well, where one can witness the sculptor at work. This section is followed by a display of wax sculptures showing the making of the wax figurines. At the very fag end of the Museum is a cold wax counter, where one can get their own hand cast in wax and take the model home!