The first place we went to during our vacation was Legoland Malaysia. We really planned to visit Malaysia because we wanted to visit two countries during our vacation. When we found out that Legoland Malaysia just opened and was only located in Johor, we immediately included it in our itinerary.
How to get there:
We went to Jurong East MTR station
From there, we went to Jurong Bus Interchange (which is just outside the MTR)
We rode the bus that would take us to Johor Malaysia (Bus Number CW3/CW4)
After about 10 minutes, we were asked to alight the Bus to go through Singapore’s Immigration.
You do not have to do anything, you just have to present your passport and departure card.
Then after the immigration, we rode the same bus, this would take us to Malaysia’s Immigration.
From the immigration, we rode Bus JPO2 which would bring us to Legoland. The whole trip was around 1-2 hours long.
For more info, visit this link:
Causeway Interchange Link
Make sure you take note of the bus schedules for JPO2, i think they were only available every two hours. (If ever you did not make it to the scheduled time, don’t worry, there were still alternatives, just ask people working for the bus company about the other options).
Legoland gave discounts to people who purchased their tickets online (take note: it has to be booked at least 7 days in advanced), their online price is at RM112 (adult). However, if you buy your tickets at Legoland, its priced at RM140.
Buy your tickets here: Legoland Tickets
The Park was so cute, I felt like being a kid all over again.
Before we started the whole tour, we first decided to have our lunch at The Market Restaurant at Lego City.
The Legoland was divided into 6 parts: Lego City, Land of Adventure, Imagination, Lego Kingdoms, Lego Technic and Miniland.
We first went to Lego City. It was where the Lego City Airport, Lego City Stage and Boating School were located. There were also some games in the area, but I think most of the games were for kids.
Then we went to the Land of Adventure. Unfortunately, we did not try any rides, we were all too busy taking pictures and being amazed by all the lego figures.
At the Imagination land, we watched a 4D film (located at Lego Studios) and rode the observation Tower (the Observation Tower would give you the view of the whole Park).
For people who want to ride a roller coaster (but with no loop), Lego Kingdoms is the best place for you. They had a ride named The Dragon which was located inside the castle. We were tricked! We went inside the castle thinking there was a show inside it, then we found out it was actually the entrance to the Dragon roller coaster, the coward that we were, we hurriedly made our exit. It’s such a shame, I know. Instead of riding the Dragon, we opted to the ride the Dragon’s Apprentice. It was almost the same as the Dragon, except it was smaller and was supposed to be for kids.
By the time we were at Lego Technic, we were already tired, instead of going around the area, we just decided to sit down and have a rest (we were not even ale to take pictures of the area).
The last part was the Miniland (which was my favourite), it featured popular destinations for different countries around Asia. The Miniland was actually located in the Middle of the Park.
The Park was just small, I think we got to tour the whole area for about 4 hours only. Kids and Kids at Heart would definitely enjoy this place, we did!
Before we left the park, we bought souvenir items at the Big Shop located near the Entrance (and BTW, the prices were a bit expensive..)
I hope you enjoyed my post! I’ll be blogging about Universal Studios next, so stay tuned! 🙂