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5 reasons to take your kids to Legoland Malaysia

Looking for an adventure and fun thrill-filled day, well Legoland Malaysia can do that job! Legoland Malaysia can be found in the southern part of Malaysia, Johor Bahru. The park which opened in September 2012 is the first international theme park in Malaysia. It is now separated into three different theme parks, Legoland Malaysia, Legoland Water Park, and Legoland SeaLife.

The park is open from 10:00 AM till 6:00 PM on Sundays to Fridays, and up to 7:00 PM on Saturdays. This incredible amusement park has been a destination for millions of tourists since 2012. It offers more than 70 rides, all inspired by, of course, Lego.

How to get to Legoland Malaysia

As said earlier, Legoland Malaysia is on the southern part of Malaysia, Johor. It’s a short 20-minute ride from the Johor’s Senai Airport. You could get a taxi from the airport or you could hire a rental. But first, we could help in booking your airline tickets. Our platform in Skyscanner can help find an easy way of checking the cheapest flights to any destination in the world. Choose your port of entry to your destination, pick the cheapest month as your month of visit, and tadah, easy searching of all the airlines offering flights in that route. Easy right?


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Fulfill his dream of living in a Lego house

Looking for a place to stay while enjoying Legoland Malaysia? Well, we won’t make it harder for you. Stay in the Lego Hotel, just right next to the amusement park itself. Stepping inside the lobby is an immediate Lego wonderland, with displays of pirate ships and Lego castles that your children will surely enjoy.

The hotel offers more than 200 rooms, from Deluxe, Premium to Standard classes. Aside from that, they also offer different themes for the rooms, you could choose Adventure, Kingdom, or Pirate themed bedrooms.

Enjoy Halal-certified Malaysian Food inside the theme park!

Trying out a new cuisine could also be done inside Legoland Malaysia! All the restaurants inside the amusement park offer halal-certified food, catering to Malaysia’s predominantly Muslim population. There is a cafeteria restaurant inside the theme park that you could visit to check out the plethora of dishes offered. If you’re not so keen on trying out Malaysian dishes, the restaurant also serves western food, pasta, salad, pizza, just take your pick.

Give them some extra learning!

For children 3 and up, Legoland Malaysia offers a 45-minute robotics class. With Lego Mindstorms, they teach children in creative workshops on how to create robots and the basic programming they need. The lessons are in English, so no need to worry about the language barrier. The class schedule is as follows:

• Robotics: Cosmobot – This program focuses on completing tasks such as activating communication stations, collecting rock samples, launching a low-orbit satellite and launching a space rocket route to study and explore Mars.

(For ages 6 above)

(For ages 10 above)

• Robotics: Dr. Heartbeat – This program focuses on Dr. Heartbeat and his NXT bots which will be doing a variety of life-saving operations using computers, lights, sound sensors, and motors.

(For ages 6 above)
12:00PM-12:40PM, 3:00PM-3:40PM and 5:00-5:40PM

• Build Amazing Machine – this program is on simple machines, such as how levers, pulleys, and gears work.

(For ages 3 to 6)

Let them build their own Lego prototype

Everyone, yes including the parents, can enjoy this one. You can build and test your own masterpiece; you can even try to build your own Lego car and test its durability. This attraction can be found the in the Imagination Land of Legoland Malaysia. Children can build their ideal houses (or castles) and have them tested in a simulated earthquake. They could also build cars and test them out in the Race Station with racing with other players.

Finally, of course, ALL THE RIDES

Legoland Malaysia offers over 70 rides and attractions, divided into 8 different themed areas. The areas are, Ninjago World, Miniland, Imagination Land, Lego Technic, Lego Kingdoms, Land of Adventure and Lego City, along with that they have a separate Water City for some fun water splashing attractions. Legoland Malaysia offers three roller coasters for you to enjoy, Dragon and Dragon’s Apprentice found in the Lego Kingdoms and Great Lego Race found in Lego Technic.

There are more fun rides for the family to enjoy, also some which are only available to kids, so this place will be a good tourist destination if you’re visiting Legoland Malaysia with your Children. Make sure to check out cheapest deals in Malaysia using Skyscanner, where we make searching for the best flight deals easy.