For as long as I can remember, my little brother has been the BIGGEST fan of Lego – certified collector and creator. Aside from his other (*cough* nerdy) interest, Lego will always be one of those on top of the list. So when we found out that Legoland Malaysia was accessible from Singapore (where we stayed at for 12 days), we definitely HAD to visit the park and make one of the dreams of this little boy come true. We just had to say it: Leggo to Legoland!!
We took a Superior Tour coach going to Johor Bahru, Malaysia. It was a 1:30hr drive from Singapore to the drop-off at Legoland – pretty quick, huh? 1:30, which included all the stops for immigration exiting Singapore and entering Malaysia.
We arrived at Legoland Malaysia at around noon time, and we couldn’t believe our eyes when we arrived. There were Lego bricks everywhere! Lego chairs, Lego Christmas Tree, Lego statues of people, Lego animals, Lego vehicles. Even Lego fries, people. LEGO. FRIES. /Insert Lego fan squeal here/
We had the most Lego-ful day: we roamed the entire amusement park, road several rides and observation towers, went into different Lego museums, watched a 3D Lego movie, ate at the most adorable Lego restaurant and cafe, and even went around the world… well, TINY world made of Lego.
The Lego craze got to us, not to mention the fact that my little brother was literally smiling like crazy the ENTIRE day. He was in para-para-paradiseee.
My personal favorite parts of the park: the Lego Miniland and Lego Star Wars Miniland displays!
Since the day we visited Legoland Malaysia was on New Year’s Eve, we had to be back in Singapore before midnight to watch the promising firework show at Marina Bay (blogged: https://andicion.wordpress.com/2017/01/18/welcome-2017/) In total, we spent around 6-7 hrs in the park and it was more than enough to cover everything.
The only down side for me was that it was uncomfortably hot around 1-3PM, especially in the public areas of the park. However, at around 4PM, the heat got manageable. They must’ve already gotten a tip for this issue as they specify on the map the air-conditioned places where you could ease off the heat if it’s getting the best of you.
Taking a coach from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia is a great deal for a reasonable price, so if ever you’ll be staying in Singapore and have a little more time on your hands, then I recommend taking a trip to Legoland Malaysia! (Also, you could visit Hello Kitty Town which is just nearby, a 5min or so taxi ride from Legoland)
Live, Laugh, Travel,