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“Nice Place for Small Kids”
Review of Legoland Malaysia

Legoland Malaysia
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
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“Nice Place for Small Kids”
Reviewed October 14, 2012

If your kids is less than 10 years old they will surely enjoy this place. I brought my 5 and 3 year old kids and they had a great time. The only problem is that the weather is hot. But the over all experience is great and the food is not so expensive.

Visited October 2012
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Singapore, Singapore
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“Great fun place for family & kids”
Reviewed October 13, 2012

Logistics: we went there via WTS coach package (inclusive of admission tickets). As the response was kind of over whelming even during weekday, the registration at the Singapore flyer can be pretty chaotic so advise is if you taking the earliest bus at 8:30am ( reached the Legoland around 10am) do be there earlier to collect your tickets as the coach is filled by first come first served basis. Similar fro return trip, if you signed up for later return coach, don't expect to take the earlier coah as the bay is full of people to catch the first bus back home.
- there are quite plenty of staff who are readily available to offer photo taking and direction. If you like professional family taking photo, this is a good service to take nice photo against the mini land background. Photo are available for review at the brick shop right at the entrance. Per photo is 30ringgit, while 3 photos are at 70ringgit. Go for the memorable photo print on the Lego brick which cost 150ringgit but it worth it as you don't get to see it else where!
- there are variety of games for kids of all ages, preferably minimum 3years and height of 100cm for most rides. Else they are limited by only less than 2-3 rides but the kids can still have quality fun time at the Imgaination section where they can assemble Lego cars and Duplo Playtown where they can run freely on the enclosed shelter playground. There are primarily 3 rides only for the more adventure ones : Project X, The Dragon and Dino. The 3d show is a must try, quality experience with at least a 15mins show time.
- although the waiting time wasn't long (15mins or so and perhaps is weekday) but within a month of opening, there are already couple of technical faults. We were unable to try the Dino island ride and Lost Kingdom Adventure laser rider due to technical problems. Kind of disappointment...
- the food queue was kind of long with limited selection even though we ate at 1:30pm which is suppose to be off peak lunch time.
Lastly is the weather, very hot and humid so prepare with hat, lot of water and raincoat as typically rain shower occur in the mid afternoon time. The souvenir shop is a must for kids to bring a memorable experience back (although the price I would said is higher than the usual Lego boutique shop).
Well, might be back when the hotel is ready by 2014, looking around..there are plenty of land space to expand so hopefully they can consider enhancing the Legoland with more fun experience as the park typically can be completed within 3/4 of the day.....

Visited October 2012
8 Thank Cheyenne_78
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Singapore, Singapore
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“Great for lego lovers”
Reviewed October 10, 2012

We visited Legoland, Malaysia 2 days ago on a weekday and were delighted to find out that the place was not crowded. The longest waiting time for any of the rides there were maximum 20minutes though we can get on most of the rides almost immediately. At times, we were almost the only family enjoying the ride, especially in the morning. Comparing the intensity of the rides, I would say that the "Thrill factor" is just moderate.

We were most impressed with "Miniland", the lego pieces which they put together are really professional and lively, replicating the important architeactures of the various Asia countries. We took the most photos here. The lego boats, planes, cars, people, etc are even moving or dancing at the various locations to add live and humour to the Miniland. It was really amazing!

My girl enjoyed the driving school most and she got her first "driving license" there. The school was very well organised and the children had to go for their classroom briefing first before they hit the road with working traffic lights and various road signs. It was an interesting experience for her.

As the legoland is less than 1 month old, there's still some operation issues here and there. During our visit, the observation tower and boating school were closed for more than an hour due to technical issues. And we were quite unlucky to be hit with an afternoon shower where almost all the outdoor rides and activities were closed, thus we didn't manage to complete all the rides and activities in legoland.

Nevertheless, it's still an enjoyable day trip for us. Probably we will be back again after they complete the waterpark and the hotel.

Visited October 2012
Thank Lynn_Sin
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“Fun for kids from 2yr onwards”
Reviewed October 9, 2012 via mobile

Kids have a great time. Great facilities for breast feeding mum and babies. Will want to go 2nd time.

Thank Akoh78
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“Legoland.... long queues on the outside, short waiting times on the inside”
Reviewed October 8, 2012

I brought my 3 younger kids ages 11, 6 and 4 to Legoland on my own. We arrived by JB - Woodlands checkpoint. From JB Central, a taxi ride costs RM40 ( max) and takes on 1/2 hr to get there.
The taxi dropped us at the Mall ( New and big and clean) which is located just beside Legoland. It has many food outlets so no problems with food.
OMG!!! The queue for the annual passes booked through the internet was crazy. We had to wait 1.5hrs in line!!
If you do not care for the 20-25% discount on tickets, just get your annual passes on site, there was practically no queue, same for one-day tickets. NO queue!! If only I had known. We got to Legoland at 1.30pm, only really got into the themepark at 3pm and left around 6.30pm. (official Closing time is 6pm on weekdays). We were there on Friday 5th Oct 2012.
THE GOOD NEWS!! There was practically no queues for the rides. We went for each ride twice!!
But because we only had 3 hours there, we only managed 2 worlds... so we definitely have to go back again.
The annual prices are relatively inexpensive and if you have kids below 12, this is the option you should take because you will definitely be going there more than once in a year!
My kids love Legoland so much that we are going again in October!!
We're from Singapore and after a very enjoyable day in Legoland, we took a private car back to Singapore. It costs around S$70 to S$80. But it was defintiely worth it as the kids got to sleep in the car and we didn't have to get off for the passports to be stamped.
You don't need to have your own car to get to Legoland, transport is readily available. Like I said, we will definitely be going again and again and again ~ we don't have to pay and queue anymore.. we have our annual passes ;)

Visited October 2012
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