Johor Bahru consists of a few good tourist spots as it is a small and rather industrialized city. Out of them all, Legoland Malaysia, probably ranks one of the top most places you just have to visit.
When you’re out on vacation with your family, especially kids, it gets quite hard to think of a place to spend the day that will satisfy everyone. Kids are particularly choosy, and can get bored in an instant. At times like these it can get very hard for you as a parent to make the most out of your tour. However, Legoland Malaysia is the prime spot for both adults and children to have a fun-filled day.
This is a place exclusively designed to blow your child’s mind away. Your children will absolutely love this fantastic theme park. Who could think of an enormous park based on a theme of Lego bricks? Coming to Johor Bahru and not visiting this place will definitely leave you with a regretful decision.
Legoland Malaysia Theme Park
The Legoland Malaysia Theme Park is loaded with all kinds of rides, swings and slides, show performances and attractions that will tempt you to your fullest. To start off, Leogland consists of seven attractions, each with its own theme, namely as The Beginning, LEGO® Technic, LEGO Kingdoms, Imagination, LEGO City, Land of Adventure and MINILAND. Boredom is not an option here, as there is so much for you to discover under one roof! Children can look at themselves as superheroes, and enjoy the thrill of rollercoaster rides to pedaling programs to LEGO experiment centers.
At the MINILAND are included all the recreations of Asian landmarks with the help of 30 million + LEGO bricks. You press the button and everyone and everything comes to life. With an effort of three hard long years, your kids are guaranteed to see the world from a whole new perspective after witnessing miniatures of some of the highly reputed landmarks. In this animated world are included The Taj Mahal, Petronas Twin Towers, and The Merlion Statue and lots more.
Legoland Water Park
Of particular interest to kids is the Legoland Water Park. There won’t be a better way to beat off the heat and relax your tired feet from exploiting the place after coming here. This place is accommodated with over 20 slides and some of the most enticing water based activities. A total of 70 LEGO models can be found here. A few inclusions here are the Joker Soaker where children can play with water cannons and direct it towards one another in this imaginative pool based playground.
You’re also in for a real surprise as huge buckets keep pouring over 350 gallons of water every few minutes. So be ready to get soaked. The Build-a-Raft gives children a chance to build their own rafts with the help of LEGO soft bricks before they drift through the streaming river. Refresh yourself at the LEGO Wave Pool by catching quiet, peaceful waves or by plunging in for a mind blowing dive into this massive wave pool. It is advisable for everyone to wear a life vest at all times.
Restaurants in Legoland Malaysia
The Legoland Malaysia Resort proposes a wide variety of food and drinks for everyone to savor. Within the premises are 6 restaurants and 3 stalls, each with different choice of food/drinks. The food is certainly of great quality and you will definitely have a hard time selecting from an assortment of delectable dishes; from burgers to pizzas to kebabs to Asian style cuisine, you name it. After a long tiring day, you’d definitely want to quench your thirst and have a tantalizing meal. The restaurants and stalls are quite reasonably priced, so you and your family can have a great meal together.
The Legoland Hotel
The Leogland hotel also comes with three LEGO line themes- Pirate, Kingdom or Adventure. The hotel provides an accommodation of almost 249 guest rooms and are filled with every facility you can think of. Each room consists of individual sleeping spots. The adults can enjoy a grand king sized bed, and there are special bunk beds for the little ones. The hotel contains deluxe and suite rooms that can adjust up to 8 people. For smaller families the standard and premium rooms will do just fine.
The Bricks Family Restaurant
There are special packages available for Annual Pass holders. The Hotel consists of The Bricks Family Restaurant, which is an entertaining place for kids and family. The restaurant is decorated with LEGO characters in vivid colors, and altogether you can experience good service, quality food and a cheerful ambience. Your children will express gratitude for such a wonderful outing.
How to get to Legoland?
The location of the Legoland Malaysia can be found in Nusajaya, Johor Bahru, Malaysia. You can reach this destination within 1 to 2 hours from Singapore’s Changi Airport and only 30 minutes from Singapore’s Tuas Second Link. During school and public holidays the resort is functional for longer hours, but the usual timings are from 10am to 6pm. Together the Legoland Malaysian resort consists of three things with “LEGO” as its theme; a Legoland park, a water park and a Hotel for accommodation. All in one this resort is a complete family destination which is sure to entice you.
Read More: Ways to travel from Singapore to Johor Bahru
Legoland Theme Park Admission Tickets
If you plan to visit both the Legoland Park and the water park, you should go for a one-day standard combo ticket which costs RM 209 for adults and RM 165 for kids. You can also get separate tickets if you plan on going to one place only, which will cost you comparatively cheaper.
Address: 7, Jalan Legoland, Bandar Medini,, 79250 Nusajaya, Johor, Malaysia
Phone: +60 7-597 8888