Back to share more pictures from Legoland Malaysia.
Same as the day before, we took the free shuttle service provided by the hotel and reached Legoland at 3pm on a Friday afternoon. Our goal for the day was to check out MINILAND since it was one of the primary reason that sparks my interest for coming to Legoland in the first place.
Someone trying to be the ambassador for Legoland? Hmm..
Before we proceed to MINILAND, we decided to first have our lunch since we skipped breakfast that morning. After much consideration, we decided to go for 📍 King’s Grill, located at Lego Kingdom!
We got one of their combo set that came with Grilled Chicken, Fish & Chips, Chicken Nuggets, Fish Fingers, Fries, two drinks and two desserts for RM65.
We’ve way too much fries and there’s no way we could finish all of them.
After a very stuffed meal, we then proceed to 📍 MINILAND which is located at the center of the theme park.
Did you know that the entire MINILAND took more than three years and thirty million Lego bricks to build? You will be able to find famous scenes from seventeen Asian countries, including the Petronas Twin Towers, the Merlion Statue and the Taj Mahal. The whole of MINILAND is animated, and you can bring the models to life at the touch of a button.
📍 Istana Bukit Serene, Johor
They’ve signages like this put up at every models.
📍 Port of Tanjung Pelepas, Johor
📍 Taj Mahal, India
📍 The Forbidden City, China
📍 Angkor Wat, Cambodia
📍 Patuxai, Laos
📍 Wat Arun, Thailand
📍 Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)
📍 Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei
📍 Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur
Went back to 📍 Singapore to take some pictures before we left.
I also string together several short clips that I took at MINILAND:
Went back again on the following after we checked out from the hotel at 1pm. Decided to take the shuttle service to Legoland, then catch a bus from there back to Singapore.
Went in to Legoland and got drawn to building our own mini Lego figures at 📍 The Brick Store. It’s actually quite fun trying to mix and match the face to the costume.
I don’t think the one I made are shown here. Paid RM33 (-10% discount for annual pass holder) for three of these mini figures. I later saw picture on Pinterest whereby people stick them onto the side of their desk and use them to hold phone cables. I shall consider doing that too.
Leaving Legoland theme park, we decided to pop by Legoland water park to have a look. It was raining hence the rides were temporary shut down. We left shortly later and caught a bus to Malaysia checkpoint, then another bus from there back to Singapore.
With that, it marks the end of our three-days-two-nights trip to Johor – Legoland Malaysia.
I personally felt that Legoland is more suited for family with young children since most of the rides are quite kiddy. There is really nothing much to do for the adults except for taking pictures and maybe going on the rollercoaster. Not the most fun or exciting theme park to go to if you’re someone who like to go on extreme rides. Still, I think it’s worth a visit to check out the impressive Lego figures.
I might go back again to the water park since we got the annual pass and who knows we might just pop in to the theme park since it’s just a five minutes walk away.