Land of LEGOs


There are many avenues to buy the tickets to LEGOLAND Malaysia. But, as anyone would expect, not all prices offered are equal. After some research, the lowest price found was SGD 38 (per adult 1-day admission ticket) sold by Sea Wheel Travel. The group of us are not keen on taking the coach because that will restrict us to a fixed timetable. Some tour agencies even include meals, which I find a waste of time. Anyway, the drive from Singapore to Legoland is really not that long (approximately 30 minutes after crossing both customs). And anyway, with GPS, it really not that difficult too.


TECHNIC Twister - the Lego version of the teacups ride.


Project X roller-coaster ride


Lego wolves


Outside The Dragon ride


See if you can pull yourself up at the Kids Power Tower.


A hut with a lot of grey bears


We stopped for lunch at the Pizza Mania. Outside the eatery is this huge Lego giraffe.


A smaller Lego giraffe and Lego dragons


The Observation Tower


Can you see the long queue from the fan's reflection?


After a long wait, it's finally our turn to get on it.

Views from the top of the Observation Tower:

Carpark in the far background


IMAGINATION zone


Still at the IMAGINATION zone


The LEGOLAND Hotel still under construction in the far background.


LEGO KINGDOMS zone


Lego meet and greet


Lego musical fountain


Lego displays along the queue at Lost Kingdom laser game

Before going there, I've already heard that it's a rather boring place for adults. Most rides are kiddy and the rest are too short. My experience = hot + humid + a lot of waiting in the queue. The only part that I truly enjoyed was the MINILAND, where all the miniaturized famous places are built using Lego bricks.


World Peace Gong


Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque, Brunei


Hoi An, Vietnam


China


Elgin Bridge, Singapore


Boat Quay, Singapore


Cavenagh Bridge and The Fullerton Hotel, Singapore


Port of Tanjung Pelepas, Malaysia



Cruise


KLCC and Petronas Towers, Malaysia


KL Railway Station, Malaysia


Putra Mosque, Malaysia


Perdana Putra, Malaysia


Kuala Lumpur International Airport




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