About LEGOLAND Miniland
LEGOLAND Miniland is considered to be the centerpiece of all LEGOLANDS throughout the world. The theme for each park differs from one another. The Minilands would focus on landmarks found in the region that they are situated in. Miniland is called as it showcase mini replicas of landmarks made from LEGO bricks. Some exhibits are said to take more than 1 year to build. Upon entering Miniland, you will feel like you are a Giant within these mini landmarks.
Read about our LEGOLAND Malaysia A to Z Guide
Read about our LEGOLAND Malaysia Review : Lands and Rides
For LEGOLAND Malaysia, there are 17 different exhibits. The focus is on landmarks from Southeast Asia together with China and India. In addition there is a pirate exhibit on site.
The largest cluster of exhibits belongs to Malaysia.
|Petronas Twin Tower|
|KL Train Station|
There are alot of KL landmarks in the miniland, the photos here probably represent only 50% of the landmarks.
|Sultan Aby Bakar Mosque|
|KL Tower and Twin Towers|
- Johor Bahru
|Concert at Dataram Johor Bahru ( JB Square)|
- Port Tanjung Pelepas
|Port Tanjung Pelepas|
|One Fullerton, Battery Road, Fullerton Hotel , Merlion and Singapore Flyer|
The Singapore Flyer, Merlion ,Fullerton hotel , Clark quay , Boat quay and offices in Battery Road (Most likely chosen due to Maybank building in Battery Road) are featured here. The boys were so excited when they saw Singapore that they screamed across the park to let Mummy and Daddy know where it is. I guess it would not be hard to identify them as a Singaporean.
|Singapore Flyer and Boat Quay|
|Forbidden City and Great Wall of China|
The Great Wall of China is the only man made structure visibile from the Moon. Build from the 7th century BC to ward off attacks to the Chinese Empire
|Taj Mahal, India|
|Karaweik Hall, Myanmar|
|Sulatan Omar Ali Saifdduin Mosque, Brunei|
|Tanan Lot, Indonesia|
|Surfers @ Tanan Lot|
|Angkor Wat, Cambodia|
|Wat Arun, Thailand|
|Pirates@ Legoland Miniland|
The Miniland is great for a quick whirlwind tour around Asia. Hopefully there will be enough time for photo taking for the next time as there are so many details waiting to be captured in print.
Interestingly, the Miniland lights up at night! So if you are at LEGOLAND on the day it close at 8pm, you can see the lightup of the Miniland. So don't miss it if you are staying late at LEGOLAND.