It was the first international amusement park to be opened in Malaysia. It was the 6th park
from Legoland and it is aimed at families with children between the ages of 3 and 13. There are already Legoland amusement parks in Denmark, Great Britain, Germany and the United States (Florida and California).
The intention is that this park will become the largest family destination in Southeast Asia. The park already has a water park and construction of a hotel is now underway. Legoland has attractions, which you can enjoy all day long
can enjoy. They are educational and relaxing.
For the fans of Lego building, there is the "clubhouse", where one can admire spectacular Lego constructions.
The park is near the city of Johor Bahru and not far from here is the
city of Singapore. From Singapore it is a 10-minute drive to reach the park. It takes 45 minutes from Changi Airport. The North-South Expressway (NSE) allows locals to get to Legoland.
If you go through the NSE, just before the end of the NSE you need to take the exit for TUAS (Singapore) and head towards Second Link. Then Lego land is clearly marked.
Legoland is built for children from 3 to 13 years old. So don't expect much for the older ones. Nevertheless, the experience of going there can be great, if you don't have to wait long for fun rides. And start your fun on the LEFT side of the park (after entering). The rides are more for people over 110cm. You can expect some really neat lego builds. There is the Build & Test room where I saw many adults having fun building objects in an air conditioned environment.
If you have young children under 110cm or under 6 years old, I recommend starting your fun on the RIGHT side (after entering).
In Legoland Malaysia, the kids can imagine themselves in the role of their heroes and do things that normally only adults are allowed to do, such as
passing their first driving test, sword fighting in a joust, jet skiing on water at high speed, or designing and programming Lego robots.
You can enjoy yourself for 12 hours visiting all the attractions, shows, 4D movies. However, you can also participate in workshops.
Legoland Malaysia is open on weekdays from 10 am to 6 pm. Longer opening hours apply at weekends, during school holidays and on public holidays.
Attractions (except MINILAND) close an hour earlier than the other attractions. Restaurant and shopping hours may vary. When it's busy they stay longer.
The staff are very friendly, smiley and everyone we encountered can speak English.
Legoland belongs to the Merlin Entertaiments Group. This group includes Sea Life, Dungeon and Earth Explorer, Madame Tussauds, The London Eye, Gardaland, Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Chessington
World of Adventures, Heide Park, Warwick Castle and Legoland Discovery Centre.