Unleash your Inner Child

Build Yourself Some Fun at LegoLand Malaysia

 

 

 

 

 

        By Rahimah Beghum, Abdul Azim and Sharmaine Chan

Get ready to set your creativity (and inner child) free with Asia’s very first LEGOLAND!  Opening this 15th September 2012, LEGOLAND Malaysia promises to enthrall.

Targeted at families with children aged two to twelve and complete with over 40 rides, shows and attractions, there is definitely something for everyone. LEGOLAND is a seamless 15-minute drive from Tuas Checkpoint. Upon arrival, look out for the Visitor Centre and grab a map. There are 7 immersive themed areas to explore, including the Miniland.

The star attraction, Miniland is a visual feast of various Asian cities all built with over 30 million LEGO bricks! Yet it’s attention to detail is impeccable. Singaporeans are in for a treat at the life like details of the Clarke Quay LEGO miniature, complete with shop houses, rivers, boats and people!

Fan boys will also love The Brick Shop, the biggest store in Asia to sell individual LEGO bricks. When you need a break or a drink, skip down to one of the 7 eateries tucked at the different themed areas for a quick bite.

Already offering a hearty share of thrills and entertainment for families, LEGOLAND Malaysia represents just the first brick with more to come. The next bricks of wholesome family fun to be stacked on top are a neighbouring waterpark under the LEGOLAND brand as well, due mid 2013, quickly followed by an ambitious LEGOLAND Hotel due early 2014.

The combination of which would offer a Lego getaway worthy of even the wildest Lego fan’s fantasy. As with any Lego build, creating never stops at the first few bricks!

So keep hydrated, put on your sunhat and sunscreen.  The astounding 50 million LEGO bricks placed throughout the LEGOLAND Malaysia theme park is something you simply cannot miss.

 

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