We have gave you the A to Z Guide of Legoland Malaysia. Now it is time to embark on a full review of Legoland Malaysia.
|Legoland Park Map|
Highway to LEGO mania
|From Tuas to LEGOLAND|
We made a trip down to LEGOLAND on Sunday at about 9 am in the morning. We took Tuas highway as the park is only 10 mins away from Tuas Checkpoint. Furthermore , we had read that it is quite easy to navigate your way to LEGOLAND from there. As this is Daddy's first time on Tuas Checkpoint, he could affirm this for a fact. Just follow the signs and LEGO flags along the highway and you would reach LEGOLAND in 10 minutes. Traffic was a breeze and there is practically no queue at the checkpoints.
|LEGOLAND Malaysia Entrance|
|Annual Pass LEGOLAND Malaysia|
|The gang In LEGOLAND Malaysia|
|LEGO man @ LEGOLAND Malaysia|
We met a life size LEGO man at the entrance of the beginning. Louis was half amaze and half frighten by the sight of the giant LEGO. Guess he will see his LEGO figures in a different light.
We deliberately make a right turn upon reaching the park. From the way the park is designed, if you have kids from age 6 and below, LEGO CITY should be your first stop.
- LEGO Driving School (Junior : Age 3-5. Driving School : Age 6-13)
|NISSAN Driving School @ LEGOLAND|
This is divided into 2 sections, Junior Driving school and Driving School I took the Junior Driving school and went around the track for a few rounds. Given that it is the F1 weekend , I enjoyed my spin around the track.
|F1 Racer at LEGOLAND|
T took the Driving school that has a bigger track area with traffic lights. She even have a driver's license ( Additional cost RM 25) at the end of the course.
|Dricing School Test Track|
- LEGO Boating School ( Min age 8 years old for self drive. 1-7 rides with 1 adult)
|Boating Schol @ LEGOLAND Malaysia|
- LEGO Rescue Academy (min size 110cm, 90-109 cm if accompanied by adult)
|Rescue Academy @ LEGOLAND Malaysia|
- LEGO City Airport ( Min Size 120cm ,80-119cm if accompanied by adult. Min age 6 years ( 3 if accompanied by adult)
|LEGO City Airport|
|Adventure awaits @ LEGOLAND|
- Beetle bounce ( Min 105cm , 90-104 cm is accompanied by adult)
We took the beetle bonuce and it lifted us 15 feet above ground for the bounce of our life. Short but fun ride.
- Lost Kingdom adventure ( min 120cm, 110-119 cm if accompanied by adults)
|Lost Kingdom Adventure|
Unfortunately this attraction was close, we would love to be an adventure hero in this laser-blasting hunt fot lost adventure
- Paraoh's revenge
We would love to play in this sheltered play area. however as we decided to leave it to our next visit as we would like to experience more rides in the park.
- Dino Island (Min 130 cm, 120-129 cm if accompanied by adult, Min age 8 years, 4 years if accomapanied by adult)
|Dino Island @ LEGOLAND|
- Adventure Games
The Land Of Adventure took us only 20 minutes, but that is because some rides are closed. our next stop is the colourful IMAGINATION land.
- DUPLO Playtown
|DUPLO Playtown @ LEGOLAND|
Finally another place that Little Lou can join in the fun with us. The playground is sheltered and well padded. there are numerous houses with slides and LEGO playing area as well. We spend quite a while running and exploring the playground.
Little Lou even got on a LEGO Harley and strike a Biker pose.
- DUPLO Express(Min 100 cm , 80-99 cm if accompanied by adult. Min age 6 (non accompanied)
|DUPLO Express @ LEGOLAND Malaysia|
- LEGO Studios 4D
|LEGO Studios 4D|
- Observation Tower (Min 120 cm and 6 years if not accompanied by adults. No restriction if accompanied by adults.
With a 360 degree view, you can see the park and beyond. From up there , we can see some constructions by Sunway. Perhaps more theme parks are coming up in this area?
- Kid Power Tower (Min 120 cm ,100-119 cm if accompanied by adults Min 8 years ,4 years if accompanied by adult)
This is a similar version to Beetle Bounce except it is in manual mode. Since we had a heavy lunch, we skipped this ride. We will try it out the next time we are here.
- Build and Test
Escape from the heat into this air conditioned play area where kids can build their own LEGO creations like cars and see if it works. We skipped this as it was quite crowded (I guess most parents think that this is a good refuge from the sun
We had a pizza and pasta lunch at Pizza Mania. Since Pizza is our favourite food plus the fact that we are famished,we managed to eat quite a bit (without prompting) to fill our empty stomachs. For those with Babies, the Baby Center is located next to Pizza Mania
|Lunch @ Pizza Mania|
By the time we reached LEGO Kingdom , it was already 3pm. Our parents had originally plan to leave the park around 430pm to avoid the crowd at Tuas Checkpoints. As such we aim to target rides with short queues.
- Royal Joust (92-150 cm. Min 4 yrs)
- Merlin's Challenge ( Min 120 cm ,110-119 if accompanied by adult. Min 8 years , 4 years if accompanied by adults)
- The Dragon (Min 120cm, 110-119cm if accompanied by adults. Min 8 years, 6 years if accompanied by adults)
Since 3 out of the 4 kids were underage, we decided to miss this as well. I can see my parents were eager to try it, but they could not just leave us alone to do it. Er, maybe that is just an excuse for them??
- The Dragon's Apprentice ( Min 120cm, 110-119cm if accompanied by adults. Min 6 years, 4 years if accompanied by adult)
|The Dragon Apprentice|
We should have tried this, but given the longer queue, we skipped it and save it for our next trip. This ride seems a good start to introduce kids to Roller Coaster.
- The Forestmen's hideout
|The Forestmen's hideout|
This looks like a great outdoor playground. too bed the blazing sun is keeping the kids away from this. We were soooo tempted to jump in for a tour around the playground.
There are Castle Games ( similar to adventure games) booth as well as King's Markets to buy souvenirs. If you are hungry, do head down to the Knight's Feast for burgers, hot dogs, chicken, fish and satays.
This is probably the land that is least suited for us. the rides are much higher pace and aimed at older kids. In any case, I am not a big fan of LEGO Technics toys... yet. Moreover we have only another 30 mins left before our parents' targeted time of departure.
- Aquazone Wave Riders (Min 120cm, 110-119cm if accompanied with adult. Min 8 years , 6 if accompanied by adult)
|Aqua Zone Wave Riders @ LEGOLAND Malaysia|
This is a trilling wave surf where the spectators can trigger water bombs. Due to the lack of time, we did not try this ride.
- Project X (Min 120 cm, 110-119 cm if accompanied by adult. Min 6 years, 4 years if accompanied by adult
|Project X @ LEGOLANd Malaysia|
Racy , crazy , 18 metres high and we could even sit on it! Too bad I do not have the guts to sit on it.
I do have a fear of fast moving rides, maybe next time I would be able to conquer my fear.
- Technic Twister ( Min 120cm, 110-119 cm if accompanied by adult. Min 6 years, 4 years if accompanied by adult)
- LEGO Academy
Air conditioned play area to build educational LEGO for all ages
- LEGO Mindstorms
A creative workshop for robot builders. the minimum age is 9 for the workshop for the day so we did not explore it.
|Darth Vader in LEGOLAND|
To my disappointment, there is only 1 reference to STARWARS at LEGOLAND . We decided to turn to the Dark Side for a moment and invade the exhibit.
|Miniland @ LEGOLAND Malaysia|
The flagship centrepiece of every LEGOLAND. The Miniland took 3 years and 30 million LEGO bricks to recreate some of Asia's best known landmarks. The miniland exhibits are also interactive , with animated models bought to life at the touch of the button. Daddy will showcase the best of the Minilands on a later post.
Overall it was an enjoyable day at LEGOLAND especially when I can enjoy the rides with my cousins. We do find the weather a tad too hot and we ended up drinking 2 to 3 bottles of water (with lots of trips to the toilets) In addition, the parks should have some water fountains located along the way for the park visitors.
This park compliments Universal Studio Singapore as the latter caters to older kids and adults.Compared to other themeparks,LEGOLAND is indeed child friendly. The rides we did in 1 land is equivalent to the rides we take in other theme parks . We could not finished all the rides as it would take about 12 hours to do so excluding waiting time. I do not think you can complete the park in 1 day even if you try. We are glad that we got the annual pass as it is definitely value for money. We aim to come back every school holidays to take the rides that we failed to do so. In addition, we spotted more attractions to be added to LEGOLAND such as the Waterpark opening in mid 2013.
The Little Details
Opening Hours avaliable here
|Source : LEGOLAND Malaysia|
From the North-South Highway / Senai Airport
- Take Tuas / Nusajaya / Pontian / Tanjung Pelepas EXIT 253 > Proceed to Nusajaya EXIT 312 > LEGOLAND® Malaysia signage will lead you to the destination!
From Johor Bahru / CIQ / Singapore via the Coastal Highway
- From Danga Bay, proceed straight via the Coastal Highway > Proceed all the way to Nusajaya > LEGOLAND Malaysia will be seen before reaching Kota Iskandar.
From Singapore via the Tuas Second Link
- Proceed until you see the Nusajaya EXIT 312 > You will see LEGOLAND Malaysia signage
GPS: 1º 28’ 80" N 103º 35’ 30" E