Having been here a number of times this year including the recently opened waterpark, the level of fun that i had was more than satisfactory. The legoland theme park itself is huge and the attractions are suitable for every age group. Overall, the most thrilling ride would be the first roller(technic) coaster near the entrance. I enjoyed the 4D movies as well which comes in something like 4 different show? Miniature cities made of lego blocks cover a large expanse of ground at the centre of the park and worth a stroll and photo session. There's also the dragon roller coaster which sits atop a medieval castle. This is the longest and tallest of the rollercoasters but offers more of a comfortable windy ride more than the G's you would expect. Nevertheless, it is still fun. The water park by comparison, is more compact and I was able to derive a lot more fun and relaxation in a shorter amount of time. Chold above 107 cm are able to go on all attractions while those below that may be restricted on some. The highlight of the place would probably be the long lazy river which allows visitors to float and travel on inflatables on which large legoblocks could be mounted. As a rule of thumb, the higher the attraction, the more fun as you get more distance. If you expect to visit this place often, a premium pass(annual) is the way to go. It permits year round unlimited access to both dry and wet parks and also discounts on food 30% and 10% for other items n more. Actually, what impressed me is the high service quality exhibited by local malaysian staff which is becoming rare these days. They were helpful and pleasant at all times. I would say 95% of all staff i have encountered were excellent. Being very critical of service attitude, I am certainly impressed.
Now for the downside, pampered people like me could do without the heat. you could opt to go in the morning or evening but then again, most of the fun is in the open and subjected to inclement weather too. My suggestion: more shelter from the elements and Aircon especially where queues get long. Go on weekdays. avoid public holidays and weekends for shorter queues. Food is expensive and portions could be miserable or low quality in some restaurants for eg. Pizza restaurant. I would rather eat at the various reputable food outlets located outside the park. The food should be improved as afterall, this is the largest attraction south of Malaysia and introduces most tourists to malaysian food n culture. Walking distance to the carpark could be reduced. Actually, it is always a distance to walk even for disneyland or universal studios etc.... but in this day and age, carparks could have been nearer, and again the heat and rain are real things! Install a travelator? As for the waterpark, lockers a little too costly and i would prefer the key system to the electronic locker system which could be a hassle when there is technical problem or a queue.
In summary, a must visit. Check weather, go on weekdays and allocate at least 3 hours.
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