LEGOs aren’t just mainly bricks. You’ve probably noticed the significance of satisfaction when two LEGO bricks come together which now has become an indispensable medium for the expression of creativity and art sculptures. If you are impressed with the masterpieces by Nathan Sawaya, you shouldn’t give LEGOLAND a miss. LEGOLAND Malaysia is located at Nusajaya Johor, the 1st LEGO themed in Asia which was opened in first quarter of 2012. As the name suggest, LEGOLAND are marketed to families with younger children but do not fret, adults can enjoy it too.
Your adventure to LEGOLAND Malaysia consist of seven themed areas, starting from The Beginning, LEGO Technic, LEGO Kingdoms, Imagination, LEGO City, Land of Adventure and last but not least MINILAND. You can complete the entire park within a day.
If you feel dehydrated and wilting in the heat, get on the Aquazone Wave Racers.
If you’re keen for a quick adrenaline rush, Project X is a wild ride on a steep switchback track. This is the best ride among all in LEGOLAND Malaysia.
Sculpture of Albert Einstein. The Academy is the place to get all the help you need to build educational LEGO model.
Entrance to LEGO Kingdom. A Journey back to the age of damsels and dragons.
Climb the rope ladders and brave the wooden catwalks at The Forestmen’s Hideout.
The Dragon. A fire-breathing dragon ride through the Middle Ages, but get ready for the twists and turns along the way. You don’t really have to scream your lungs out for this ride.
Be aware of your surrounding, you might come across these LEGO bees.
Royal Joust. A classic medieval contest in the saddle of a LEGO horse. Strictly for children only.
Try out the games stall. You might win yourself a teddy.
Feeling hungry? Knight’s feast is waiting for you. Each combo cost RM20, served with fries and soda, with a choice of grilled chicken or sausage.
Land of imagination
Similar to Melaka’s Menara Taming Sari and Sentosa’s Tiger Tower, board the observation tower to view the entire LEGOLAND and the areas surrounding it.
Enjoy the 360 degree view of LEGOLAND from the observation tower. Notice the ample parking space in the background. Sheltered walkway is pretty limited. You might want to prepare umbrellas in case the weather turns bad.
The LEGO Studios 4D where wind, smoke and water take 3D into the next dimension. There are 3 different shows: The Racers, Clutch Power and Spell Breakers. Something amiss for this attraction; the seats doesn’t move or bounce even though it’s a 4D theatre.
Head here for your baby needs.
A sculpture of a man and a child in Malay traditional costume.
Welcome to the Land of Adventure. A journey into the forgotten worlds of pharaohs and dinosaurs.
Spot these parrots near the entrance.
Dino Island. A perfect ride for the scorching hot weather. This ride takes you to a thrilling journey to the peak of a forgotten volcano. Keep a look out for LEGO dinosaurs along the way and prepare to get wet on the way down. Do remember to scream your lungs out for the candid camera!
The pharaoh tomb.
Lost Kingdom Adventure. Play your part and spot the hidden treasure in this laser-blasting hunt ride.
LEGO CITY is where the children take the controls. Control how high you can fly at the city airport.
The rescue academy is a perfect place for family bonding.
If you’re tired of walking, hop on the LEGOLAND Express for a leisure ride.
Board the train at LEGO city and enjoy the view around the city and MINILAND.
The driving school is the only place kids can get their driving license. Obey the traffic rules, drive around the circuit and do remember to purchase the driving licence after completing the course.
The boating school. Here’s the chance to steer the boat.
Make a pit stop at The Market Restaurant which serves Western & Asian cuisine. I recommend their roasted chicken rice. Worth every penny!
See the world in a new perspective at MINILAND, the centre of attraction in LEGOLAND. MINILAND made up of more than 30 million LEGO bricks to recreate some of Asia’s best known landmarks in detailed miniature. Above is the sculpture of Putra Mosque at Putrajaya, the federal administrative centre of Malaysia.
The contrast of the vibrant city, Kuala Lumpur.
Do pay attention to the whimsical scenes they’ve created with the people, trains and airplanes.
Entrance to KLCC Twin Tower, the tallest twin buildings in the world.
Model of Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Cruise liner and background of Port of Tanjong Pelepas.
The Merlion, a prominent landmark in Singapore.
The Taj Mahal, widely recognised as the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage. Notice the group of miniature, Bollywood is the largest film producer in India and one of the largest film productions in the world.
Angkor Wat, Cambodia. Built by King Suryavarma II in the 12th century and is largest religious monument in the world.
A close look at the Cambodians.
We’re now at Laos. A prominent war monument called Patuxai which is dedicated to those who fought in the struggle for independence from France.
A romantic scene in the park.
Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque, one of the most beautiful mosques in the Asia. Believe it or not, the main dome is covered in pure gold!
Purah Tanah Lot, a rock formation off the Indonesian island of Bali. The temple is a popular tourist and cultural icon for photography.
Wat Arun, the temple of dawn in Thailand.
Church of St. James the great built in 1609 at Bolinao, Philipines.
Dataran Bandaraya Johor Bahru. The open lawn is used for official events and performances.
From Singapore, getting to LEGOLAND at Nusajaya is pretty easy. From tuas 2nd link, just follow the sign that says “Legoland”. Alternatively, you may take the coach at Singapore Flyer operate by WTS Travel & Tours for $24 round trip.
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