Last week I spent my whole weekend at Legoland Park in Johor Bahru city of Malaysia. Before arrival, my knowledge about this park was a little to none, I only knew that this is a new recreational spot in town, near Kuala Lumpur. You can check out my other articles about Legoland below, but now, go with me on the exploration to Legoland Park Malaysia and see what my experiences on the trip were! So, how to visit and explore Legoland Malaysia resort (Legoland theme park johor, Legoland theme park Johor Bahru)? Let’s check out our Legoland Johor review (Legoland Malaysia review, Legoland theme park Johor review, Legoland theme park Malaysia review, Legoland theme park review), and Legoland Malaysia guide and Legoland blog (Legoland Malaysia blog, Legoland Malaysia review blog) on how to get to Legoland park, top things to do in Legoland Malaysia and what to do in Legoland Malaysia to find out the answer!
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Legoland Johor review: Asia’s biggest Lego shopping paradise
This place can be considered as the “Neverland” for every child who loves playing with Lego, and even for adults who used to or still be Lego geeks. You will be amazed by so, so many things made of Lego pieces at this park. There are places to build Lego for free, thousands of Lego pieces are constantly poured into the building zone create cascading sound, which – to me personally – is music to my ears. Imagine if you actually own that many Lego pieces at home, well, you are certificated as a rich kid.
Before going on further exploration, at the main gates (after the ticket entrances of course) are Big Shop and Brick Shop. Just like their names, Big Shop is Legoland Park’s biggest stores, located at the main entrance on its right. This is also the largest Lego bricks collection in Asia, there are certainly no better places to buy Lego souvenir gifts and many other Lego-related merchandises. On the other hand, Brick Shop offers visitors opportunity to show their creativity with multiple colors and the coolest Lego accessories. In general, instead of selling normal Lego sets, this place sells countless of Lego bricks for customers to make their own souvenirs, at their own styles.
Legoland Malaysia review blog: Driving & Boating School – Special, one-of-a-kind schools
Driving School is particularly for children from 6 years old to 13 years old. After watching videos about road safety inside – including what is road safety, road safety tips and other necessities such as road signs, traffic lights or parking instructions – kids will be let to drive on special Lego cars. At the end of the lesson, young drivers are certificated with their own driver licenses. Your children will certainly get memorable experiences at Driving School.
Asides Driving School is Boating School, where you can see Lego-styled boats that run with batteries along the serene water surface from the first to the very last port. One can operate a boat by himself or herself if he or she is older than 6, minimum height is 120cm (which means adults can participate in this school). Children over 1 year of age or shorter than 120cm must go with an over-12 person.
Legoland Theme Park Malaysia review: Land Of Adventure
In Land of Adventure, there are numerous areas for exploration and experience such as Dino Island, Beetle Bounce, Lost Kingdom Adventure, … At Lost Kingdon Adventure, you will sit on a cab, drive through hot desert to discover the mysterious secrets of ancient tombs. Not only that, discoverers – using laser guns – will have to go on a hunt for the lost treasure, collect points for every successful explosion along the way to achieve victory.
Going on one of the wettest journeys at Legoland Malaysia, get ready for an intriguing exploration on a long-forgotten volcano, float freely on a wooden boat, slide between Lego dinosaurs and finally dip into dangerous water swirl with a huge splash! Try to keep yourself dry, water-free is the last thing you should care at Dino Island.
What to do in Legoland Malaysia? Lego Ninjago The Ride – Get lost in the world of Ninjas
Fire – Earth – Lightning and Ice are the 4 elements that Ninjago use in their skillsets. Here, you will get a chance to incarnate into a Ninjago hero and defeat Great Devourer on the highest quality of 4D technology in Asia. Controlling elements Fire – Earth – Lightning and Ice just with your hands is not just a dream anymore, with the newest sensor technology provided at Lego Ninjago The Ride on the inside. Moreover, Ninjago statues made of Lego bricks are so lively, so fascinating to see and take pictures with.
I have to admit, there are countless of play zones and themed zones that I cannot mention all of them in one post, this list consists of the most distinguished themes and the most exciting activities to try, not implying that others are not worth looking at. But I have to stop myself right here, let’s jump back to our list!
Legoland Theme Park Johor review: MiniLand – stunning miniature Lego city
At the center of Legoland Park are miniatures of different famous cities, totally amazing and tourists are in love, as they present cities that are widely recognized as symbols of Asia. MiniLand is astonishing on different aspects, this is a masterpiece built with more than 30 million Lego bricks, you can see the most famous tourist attractions from 17 Asian countries like Petronas Twin Towers of Kuala Lumpur, Hoi An Old Town of Vietnam, Taj Mahal Palace of India,… and many, many other legacy buildings.
Legoland johor review: Watch the entire Legoland from above in Observation Tower
Located at Imagination area, Observation Tower offers visitors the most inclusive view of Legoland, in case you are curious about the park’s different zones without using the map. Observation Tower is described as “touches the clouds and rainbows” when you stand inside the building.
You may have never seen any blog that reviews that is as much specific, detail-spotting about Legoland Malaysia as this article. I hope you will have an unforgettable journey at Johor Bahru in general and travelling to Legoland Park specifically.
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