The museum have almost 100 wax figurines of famous Asian celebrities, influential world leaders, Hollywood stars and sports icons. Let’s see how real they look like? (:
Stairs of entrance, the 2 ladies in red will automatically bow when you walk passby. We actually got shocked because it suddenly moved 😯
Marilyn Monroe, an American actress and model. She became one of the most popular sex symbols in the 1950s.
Prince William and his wife, Catherine.
Chairman Mao, founding father of People’s Republic of China.
Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple Inc.
Albert Einstein, German-born theoretical physicist.
HK action movie star, Jet Li!
I can’t stop laughing everytime i look at this photo. Sorry James Bond, this is how my mum poses 007!
On the left: HK cantopop singer and actor, Andy Lau.
Michelle Yeoh, a Chinese-Malaysian actress.
Leonardo Dicaprio, an American actor. Starred in Titanic (1997), Blood Diamond (2006), Shutter Island (2010) & The Great Gatsby (2013) – those are my favourites.
Johnny Depp, an American actor and producer. This figurine copies his role as a pirate in the hit movie Pirates of the Caribbean.
Brad Pitt and Agelina Jolie.
Becareful of the lady in the washroom… she’ll scream at you!
Dato’ Lee Chong Wei, a Malaysian chinese professional badminton player.
Tiger Woods, an American professional golfer.
Me pointing at Mr.Cat.
Sultan Kosen, the tallest living man in the world!
Micheal Jackson, an American singer, songwriter, producer, dancer and actor. He’s known as the King of Pop because of his contributions to music and dance.
Skinny version of Elvis Presley, a really famous American singer and actor during my mum’s era.
PSY with his hit music Oppa Gangnam Style!
John Rambo, a fictional character in Rambo saga.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, an Austrian-American actor. This figurine copies his role as a cyborg assassin in the movie The Terminator.
Red Carpet Wax Museum
Seksyen 7, I-City, 40000, Shah Alam
Tel: 03-5521 8800
Daily from 10am to midnight (until 1am for weekends / public holiday)
MyKad holder – Adult: RM35, Child: RM30
Non-Malaysians – Adult: RM100, Child: 50