Was very excited and happy to finally make it to Legoland - have been a Lego addict in the past.
The approach of the park could have been different. The walk from the car park to the entrace is quite a bit. A large part is covered but given that one is almost on the equator the heat can be a bit too much. Even the rain could be a handfull to manage. The car park itself is a bit confusing especially if you are coming for the first time.
The staff are all very very friendly. That was a nice experience. Once inside, the park is made up in a typical manner with small hubs where multiple rides are located. The connectivity of the different sections could have been better in the sense that all of them are long walks and without cover - so if the sun or rain are pelting down one is going to suffer. There a are a lot of rides but most of them are for kids. There are 3 external roller coasters of which one is for the kids. The other 2 are big but nothing like the Mummy or the Cyclone in Universal in Singapore. There might have been one more inside the Egyptian complex but I am not sure as we did not go in.
In the centre of the park is the exhibit for the replicas of important buildings in Asia. This was very nice to see. However, the Sun and heat gets to you. Being located in the centre it is also a bit difficult to decide when to schedule this - in the beginning or at the end.
THe entire park is made up to look like it has been made from lego bricks. While it is good for kids and hardcore serial Lego addicts it may get a bit monotonous for others.
The food options are OK - like any other theme park. Neither great nor bad.
Overall, certainly worth one visit. A must do if you have 5 to 15 year olds in the family. In that case this is a great attraction. Could have been planned better - seems to be frayed at the edges compared to Universal in Singapore.
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