Madame Tussauds in Dubai opened its doors to the public for the first time at Bluewaters Island on Thursday.
Boasting seven-themed zones to explore, guests are given the opportunity to pose with over 60 lifelike wax figures including celebrities and leaders - from Victoria Beckham and Kylie Jenner to Donald Trump.
The impressive wax figures were created over the duration of six months by over 20 artists at the London studio, where wax was poured into metal frames, before being intricately sculpted with clay.
During the painstaking process, each individual strand of real human hair was carefully implanted using needles to ensure precision.
Donald Trump, donning his classic red tie, is seated at a desk peering down at his phone, while former first lady Melania stands to his side
A waxwork of Irish mixed martial artist Conor McGregor is unveiled at the newly opened Madame Tussauds in Dubai (pictured)
Located in the 'Leaders & Royals Room,' Queen Elizabeth II can be seen enjoying a cup of tea and some scones (pictured)
The Fashion zone invites visitors to learn from the very best by striking a pose next to some of the world's biggest runway stars - including Victoria Beckham (pictured)
The first zone that guests will comes across is the Leaders & Royals Room, where royalty, world leaders and iconic political figures from both past and present await to be greeted.
Among them include Queen Elizabeth II, who can be seen enjoying a civilised afternoon tea, and India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is situated in the Taj Mahal.
Elsewhere, Donald Trump, donning his classic red tie, is seated at a desk peering down at his phone, while former first lady Melania, wearing a 2016 bright blue dress which became synonymous with the 2016 presidential campaign, stands to his side.
Meanwhile, the Fashion zone invites visitors to learn from the very best by striking a pose next to some of the world's biggest runway stars - including Victoria Beckham, Anna Wintour and Cara Delevingne.
US actor Will Smith can be seen perched on the edge of a chair looking stylish in a checkered suit and mustard-coloured jumper (pictured, left and right)
American actor Tom Cruise's waxwork shows him in action on a red motorbike as he puts on a cool display in a leather jacket (pictured)
The impressive wax figures were created over the duration of six months by over 20 artists at the London studio (pictured, Tom Cruise left and right)
The process involved wax being poured into metal frames, before being intricately sculpted with clay. Pictured, a visitor poses with a waxwork of British actress Audrey Hepburn
British racing driver Lewis Hamilton can be seen celebrating one of his many victories in the newly opened waxwork museum (pictured)
Looking the part in a Juventus kit, a waxwork of Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo is not to be missed
Then, waiting patiently in the film section is some of the biggest names on the big screen - from Audrey Hepburn and Tom Cruise to the legendary Jackie Chan.
But if sport is more your thing, then no fret. Some of the best football players across the globe, including Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and David Beckham, have also made the cut.
Other sporting icons who have uncannily been carved out of wax are Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton, UAE Olympian Sergiu Toma and Emirati weightlifter Amna Al Haddad.
Also not to be missed is the Media zone for anyone tech-savvy, while The Music room welcomes the likes of a very convincing Will Smith, Rihanna and Justin Bieber.
A visitor challenges a waxwork of Argentine footballer Leo Messi at the newly opened Madame Tussauds in Dubai (pictured)
Many of the waxworks are uncanny - including Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo (pictured, left) and English football David Beckham (right)
Visitors have been enjoying getting up close and personal to some of their biggest icons, including one guest who posed with a waxwork of English footballer, David Beckham
A visitor poses with a waxwork of weightlifter Amna Al Haddad at the newly opened Madame Tussauds in Dubai (pictured)
US model Kylle Jenner can also be seen striking her best pose in a tight-fitting catsuit as her waxwork was also unveiled (pictured)
Visitors can strut their stuff or pose up a storm alongside a waxwork of British model Cara Delevigne (pictured)
A waxwork of Carla Dibelllo and Anna Wintour (L) were also unveiled at the newly opened Madame Tussauds in Dubai
The Music room welcomes the likes of a very convincing Will Smith, Rihanna (pictured) and Justin Bieber