Madame Tussauds Hong Kong: Pia Wurtzbach as the First Filipino Wax Figure!

Crowned by Queen P! 

Pia Wurtzbach made history again, now as the first Filipino wax figure in Madame Tussauds Hong Kong. And just before her replica is made available to greater public experience in Hong Kong, she made a grand launch in Manila at the #PiaMadeIconic Travel Festival last March 29, 2019 held at the SM Mega Fashion Hall.
Madame Tussauds team measuring Pia 

I was one of those who lined up to see Pia and her wax figure up close and have selfies with them. Oh my... the likeness is uncanny that it gave me goosebumps! The hair, the makeup, the eyes, the features, the complexion -- everything! Even the iconic gown that Pia wore when she passed on the crown in 2016. Michael Cinco recreated it complete with Swarovski embellishments
for reference, I am 5'3" in height and not wearing heels in this photo 

It was a great choice for Pia's wax figure pose as it encourages interaction with museum goers making them feel crowned by Queen P herself. So make sure to give that "confidently beautiful with a heart" pose when you get to have a photo with her in Madame Tussauds Hong Kong.
#PiaMadeIconic Travel Festival at SM Megamall Fashion Hall 

Trivia! This is the first time that a wax figure is brought to its home country before transferring to its permanent location in Hong Kong. This event is really a history after history. With a lot of Filipinos in/visiting Hong Kong, for sure they will be delighted to have Pia represent our country again.
Klook booth 

This event was made possible by Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, Klook, and Cathay Pacific. Exclusive packages were made available during the event such as a bundle that includes Cathay Pacific ticket to Hong Kong and a Madame Tussauds Hong Kong pass -- redeemable through the Klook application.
Cathay Pacific booth 

With Pia Wurtzbach now part of the iconic figures in Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, more Filipinos will be enticed to visit Hong Kong, whether first-time or frequent travelers.
selfie with the real Pia Wurtzbach 

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Disclaimer: I was invited as a blogger to feature this event. Photos with my watermark are mine and shouldn't be used without my permission. 
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