The wax figures here have created the image of some eminent monks in Thailand. I have also visited the Tussa Wax Museum. Objectively speaking, the figures here are much higher in detail and reduction than the wax figures of Tussa. It's even scary.
The wax figures displayed in this wax museum are all the wax figures of religious monks or religious figures in Thailand. These wax figures are very realistic, with good details and good craftsmanship.
When I look at Qizhen Foshan, I know that Pattaya is not only feasting, but also sunny. The mountain was lifted up and the whole person was shaken. When I arrived at the King’s Temple, my lungs seemed to be washed away, and my spirits became refreshed. This wax museum is a very famous place in Thailand, where several famous monks in history are enshrined, and the portraits are vivid. The tour guide said that the hair of the wax figure is the real hair left by the eminent monk, tusk tusk, this is really entrusted in it. The museum is not big, you can finish shopping in a while, if you don't have an explanation, you can only see the vivid wax figure.
It is a wax museum related to Buddhism. It is located in a landscape inside the "King Temple" and enshrines wax statues of nine famous monks in Thai history. Its production images are different and very lifelike. It is said that the hair of the wax figure is his real hair. There is a story behind each statue, you can listen to the guide telling the story.
The ninth royal temple in Pattaya, a simple and delicate temple. There is a religious wax museum inside the complex, which houses wax statues of various generations of monks, which are very realistic and exquisite, and lifelike.
This is the wax museum of ancient monks, very solemn
There is also a religious wax museum near the Pattaya IX Temple. The wax figures in it are all related to Buddhism. There are nine wax figures of Thai monks. They are made like real ones. People who don’t know think they are real ones. Well, lifelike.