We purchased an entry ticket online one week before arrival. Entrance tickets for four adults costs RM480. Even with the rebate, it is also expensive for locals. Buy your tickets online can skip the ticket line. Can you see what we trying to post? Yes, you are right. It is LEGO.
The park has several themes and plenty of rides for all ages of kids. To avoid crowds, it is advisable to come on a weekday and arrive before 11am.
Giant Octopus with its victims. It is not kidding. The octopus is made out of lego.
It is amazing seeing all the different types of things they construct out of legos.
Dad and mom were amazed with the design and the models.
The Forbidden Palace and Great Wall in Beijing, China.
Petronas Twin Towers in miniature size.
Indoor miniland area features Lego models of events from all six Star Wars movies and the animated Clone Wars television series.
The activities at LEGO City can be participate by the whole family or group. We went around doing the Galaxy Hunt Activity Kit. It was fun. We won some prizes after finishing the trail.
There is another highlight in Lego city, which is called Driving School. Children can experience an unique chance to drive. They queued up and went for their crash course on how to drive safely.
Don't miss the sleeping man on the bench who snores. He snores every time someone gets close to him.
We spent about seven hours taking rides and walking around under the sun. It was a very tiring but fun and productive day trip.
Lots of fantastic photo opportunities. This was another thrilling, ride that we gave a miss.
You could do the water park as well which we opted not to since we had one day here. We planned to go to Hello Kitty Land the next day. Two days are great for both the Theme and Water park.
It is great to bring your family members to the Legoland Theme Park and Water Park during school holiday to enjoy your priceless family moment. An excellent family day out with something for everyone.
We truly enjoyed the amazing fireworks display and shows at 8pm. We were also given a pair of 3-D glasses to view the firewalls. They weren't 3-D glasses. They were lego glasses which made any light look like Legos.
Dad and mom were dead tired at the end of the day, but nothing compares to this kind of family bonding. We look forward our next trip. Hello Kitty Town and The Little Big Club, here we come.