Last Saturday we went to Legoland in Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
Johor Bahru is only around an hour away by car from Singapore. From where we live, it’s actually around half an hour away, so we decided to go there by public bus.
The bus trip was quick, but since we had to queue in the Singapore Immigration and Malaysia Immigration, plus we had to wait for quite some time for the bus, it took us almost 2 hours to reach the place. It was during the long weekend, and there were a lot of people going to and from Johor Bahru. Last time we went there it was so much faster.
We arrived there around midday, so we went straight to Old Town White Coffee in front of the entrance for a quick lunch, before we went inside.
The one day tickets cost RM 120 for adults and RM 90 for children aged 3 to 11. We had a discount voucher from Swensen’s, so we got 30% off. Not bad.
Legoland Malaysia has seven themed areas of attractions: The Beginning, LEGO Technic, LEGO Kingdoms, Imagination, LEGO City, Land of Adventure and Miniland.
The Beginning is the area around the entrance where The Big Shop, the biggest LEGO shop in Asia, located.
We skipped the shop and went straight to Miniland. There, you can see famous landmarks from all over Asia, all made of LEGO bricks of course!
Here are some examples of the landmarks…. Can you guess the countries where they are located?
After that, we took the Legoland Express to take a ride around the park. The train ride was fun, we got to see what the park had to offer, and the kids really enjoyed it!
So what did we do after that? Where did we go, and what activities did the kids enjoy the most? Stay tuned for Legoland Malaysia-Part 2!