SiamCulturalPark was initiated by a group of people who specialized in making Buddha images and had exceptional backgrounds and strong experience in sculpture and molding works. The experience they gained in over 40 years of working in molding and sculpture inspired them to have the greater ambition to create realistic wax statues of monks and other important and successful people who are respected by the Thai people. They also wanted to create a waxwork zone showing the lifestyle of Thai people in each region in the past. The SiamCulturalPark was established in 1997 out of the founders’ ambition to generate creative works and their dedication to do good things. Their faithfulness in other people and the encouragement they received from teachers, gurus, friends and family were the fundamental source of success of the SiamCulturalPark project. The park is intended to present creative artworks reflecting Thai culture and ways of life from the past until the present for the next generations to learn about the uniqueness of Thai culture.