Wax museums offer visitors a unique chance to be up close and personal with celebrities and historical figures from around the globe. The first collections of wax figures were owned by Marie Tussaud. Today, her legacy survives in the form of the many waxworks located in every corner of the globe, many of which still bear the family name. One such place is Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks, housing a variety of historical figures, fictional characters and celebrities in Pattaya.Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks hosts 68 figures currently, and all of them are almost unbelievably lifelike. The museum is a fascinating place to visit, and has a large variety of figures so as to appeal to all interests. In a nod to the host country, 8 of the figures on display are of famous Thais and a total of 20 of the 68 are Asian.