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Welcome to Legoland Malaysia

Since it was a public holiday today, I decided to bring my family to Legoland, Johor Bahru which just opened on 15/09/2012. I bought the annual pass quite some time ago when they were having the promotion,much cheaper then. So, I thought of giving some review over here.

First and foremost, I could not last more than 4 hours in the park due to the weather. Even thou there was no hot sunlight but it was freaking hot. Most of the trees are newly planted and do not give you any shade or shelter. It will take at least another 2 years for the tress to grow enough height to give shade. I feel the management should provide more shelters and air conditioned environment. Most “Q” waiting areas got no fan, including the ticket as well as main entrance.

The park is mainly for children age 2-12 years old, thus can be called as a “family theme park”. Those with no children may not enjoy the park as much as a family. Most of the rides are catered for children except for the 3 rollercoasters which even adults can enjoy. I could not get into 2 of them as the Q was just too long ( at least 1 hour). Your children below 15 will enjoy Legoland.

The Miniland is one of its kind in this region. Almost all of the Asia’s landmark are built with legos and brilliantly crafted. The interesting part is when you see the miniature structures like LRT, KTM Komuter, bus, cars and even the airplanes moving! I must say it really catches your eyes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I will go back there to complete all the rides with my family since I can enter unlimited number of times till December 2013. My personal opinion is that Legoland is more of a family theme park (family with young children) where else Universal Studio, Singapore is more for youngsters and adults. The water them park will be ready next year and for those outside Johor, the Lego Hotel should be ready by 2014, which is just in front of the ticket counter.

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