March 27, 2023

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Legoland Malaysia Latest Preview

It has been a very busy weekend. I was in Penang for the Hennessy X.O Food Trail and I was invited for the media preview of Legoland Malaysia on the same time. Rachel was busy with her appointments at that time so we need to find representatives on our behalf to cover the Legoland story.

Thanks to Zarah of IgnoratBrat for helping us to cover the story. Since her story is not up yet, what I can share is the pictures of the Legoland Malaysia as in 1st September 2012. The park is scheduled to open on 15th September.


The entrance of the Legoland Malaysia in Johor. Only media and invited guests are only allowed for the special preview of Legoland Malaysia on 1st September. The Malaysia’s first theme park is expected to be opened on 15th September.

One of the attractions in Legoland Malaysia, the Forestmen’s Hideout.

When you know you are near a Technic Test Site, it will be nothing but fun!

The beautiful Dragon Castle.

The “Dragon” Roller Coaster ride.

How about the Lego City? Check the Lego version of Cambodia’s Angkor Wat. Surreal!

Lego City, China Beijing completed build using Lego bricks.

Can you recognize this? The KL Monorail Brickfields station near KL Sentral.

This looks like the real one, the KL Tower.

India’s Taj Mahal?

The Singapore’s most famous lion, Merlion built entirely using Lego Bricks.

The Twin Tower looks incredibly real even using Lego Bricks.

Legoland Imagination!

One of the highlights of Legoland Malaysia is their 4D Cinema.

The Legoland Malaysia team has done a tremendous uphill task by completing the theme park on time. Many were skeptical about the opening or could be any delay on the opening, now it is a proof, everything is placed properly for the official opening.

Legoland Malaysia will be opening on 15th September and all the rides will be ready by then. LEGOLAND Malaysia Annual Pass offers an unlimited entry to the park on all regular opening days including weekends, public and school holidays! Be part of the history by visiting Malaysia’s first International theme park. Get your tickets soon to avoid disappointments!

For full story on the Legoland Malaysia visit, please read

Valid for 12 months from the date of redemption.

Adult : RM245.00

Children (age 3-11) : RM180.00

Senior Citizen (age 60 and above) : RM 180.00

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16 thoughts on “Legoland Malaysia Latest Preview

  1. Hi Merryn,

    Actually it is not pricey. Comparing with other International theme parks, this is the cheapest. It is worth to bring your children to go now.


  2. Hi Jardness,

    Thanks for helping us out. We did some magic on our pictures as usual. Glad you enjoyed the trip.


  3. Hi Stan,

    Thanks for the tips, I’m sure that many will use their Maybank credit cards now for discounts.


  4. Woah, it’s more expensive than I thought it would be. Now I found Genting is real cheap. But, it’s at different level right? haha. XD

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