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LegoLand Malyasia Review – Family Days Out in Malaysia

LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort brings together a LEGOLAND Park, Water Park and Hotel in one LEGO themed location. It is a family holiday destination with more than 70 hands-on rides, slides, shows and attractions. Almost everything is hands-on, so you can push, pedal and program, or steer, squirt and splash, your way through a truly interactive experience – and of course there’s building too.

LEGOLAND Malaysia Review – An Amazing Day Out in Malaysia for Families

Getting to LEGOLAND Malaysia from Johor Bahru

Unless you are staying in a hotel that provides a mini bus service, or at the onsite resort, your best bet is to take a public taxi. They are not expensive at all. You can either get your hotel to pre-book this for you or take your chances and hail one on the street. If you are staying in downtown Johor Bahru hailing a cab should be fairly easy. We stayed on the outskirts of central Johor Bahru, around a 10-minute drive from LEGOLAND Malaysia, so we asked our hotel to call a cab for us. I won’t recommend our hotel as it was a really awful budget stay, but they did good with the taxi! On the return journey you can just join the taxi queue outside the mall in front of LEGOLAND Malaysia. We recommend leaving the park before it closes if you don’t want to queue for hours for a taxi.

Entrance costs & Feeding The Tribe at LEGOLAND Malaysia

LEGOLAND Malaysia is an affordable day out for families. The key to the best discounts is to book ahead. We booked online 7 days ahead and bought one day passes for RM144/£25/$37 Adults and RM116/£20/$30 Kids. If you want to visit the waterpark too then you can purchase a combo ticket for RM180/£32/$46 Adults and RM144/£25/$37 Kids. We chose not to visit the waterpark on this occasion as we had already pre-booked to visit one on our next stop in Singapore. We could see it from the main theme park area though and it looked like a lot of fun!

There are lots of places to eat at LEGOLAND Malaysia and we were surprised to find they weren’t overpriced like many other theme parks we have visited across the world. There are the usual junk food options, burgers, fries etc alongside healthier choices like baked potatoes, pasta and salads. They also do some pretty awesome cakes in the main restaurant near the entrance.

Park Appearance & Hospitality

LEGOLAND Malaysia is super clean – we found the whole park to be immaculate and maintained to a high standard. The staff were brilliant with our kids; they all spoke English and were friendly when we were queueing for rides. We were even allowed to stay on some rides and ride several times when the queues were short.

The Rides

LEGOLAND Malaysia isn’t a huge theme park but there are plenty of rides to suit all ages. My son (aged 10) hates the big, white knuckle rides at theme parks but he was happy to ride the ‘big’ rides here. Project X and the Dragon were his favourites. Bigger kids (or parents) who love the big, thrill rides might get bored after a couple of hours.

The log flume is lots of fun, just be prepared to get very wet! Our kids were soaked when they came off, thankfully there are lots of dryers around the exit!

Our daughter (aged 9) took the mini driving school very seriously, she was determined to pass her test first time!

Mini World at LEGOLAND Malaysia

The mini world is in a league of it’s own! Its packed with mini Lego replicas of famous landmarks from around Asia. We had a lot of fun posing in front of some places that we plan to visit (and some that we have visited already!). Can you name them?


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2 Responses

  1. Muzz Mithaiwala says:

    We are a family of four, 2 kids and two adults, living in Southern California looking to take a year off to work and travel aboard internationally.
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    • worldwidewithkids says:

      Hi Muzz,

      Hope you are well. I have to be totally honest and say I am not to savvy with agencies in America which offer these opportunities although I am sure they exist. Our main work has been across Europe which we have not had issues with visa’s. If you was looking for work over Europe/England then I would recommend in speaking with the Embassy and gaining more information regarding what you need to do to meet the criteria in securing a working visa for the period of time you want to work for. There are companies in England that offer work across Europe Like Canvas Holidays, Euro camp and Alfresco holidays.

      Im not sure how much help I have been with this but I do wish you all the best in your search. Keep trawling the internet as well. Camping Jobs often are advertised during the September period for the following year.

      Good luck! x

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