Legoland Malaysia is a theme park located in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. It is the first Legoland park in Asia and the sixth in the world. The park features more than 70 hands-on rides, slides, shows, and attractions, including roller coasters, water rides, and interactive experiences based on popular Lego brands.
Some of the most popular attractions at Legoland Malaysia include the Dragon roller coaster, the Lego City Driving School where children can learn to drive Lego-themed cars, and the Miniland, which features miniature replicas of iconic Asian landmarks made entirely of Lego bricks.
In addition to the theme park, Legoland Malaysia also includes a water park, a hotel, and a retail and dining area called The Lego City. The park is open daily, and tickets can be purchased online or at the park entrance.
The prices for Legoland Malaysia vary depending on the type of ticket and package you choose. As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, the prices were as follows:
- Theme Park Admission:
- Adult (ages 12-59): RM 199
- Child/Senior (ages 3-11 and 60+): RM 159
- Water Park Admission:
- Adult (ages 12-59): RM 139
- Child/Senior (ages 3-11 and 60+): RM 119
- Combo Theme Park and Water Park Admission:
- Adult (ages 12-59): RM 269
- Child/Senior (ages 3-11 and 60+): RM 219
- Annual Passes:
- Premium Annual Pass (unlimited access to Legoland Malaysia Theme Park and Water Park for 12 months): RM 499
- Standard Annual Pass (unlimited access to Legoland Malaysia Theme Park for 12 months): RM 299
Please note that these prices are subject to change and may differ from the current prices. It is recommended to check the official Legoland Malaysia website or contact them directly for the latest information.
Legoland is a chain of theme parks based on the popular Lego toy bricks. The first Legoland park opened in Billund, Denmark in 1968, created by Danish carpenter Ole Kirk Christiansen, who started making wooden toys in 1932.
The Billund park was built adjacent to the Lego factory and became an instant success, attracting visitors from around the world. In the following years, Legoland parks were established in several other locations, including Windsor, UK (1996), California, USA (1999), Germany (2002), Florida, USA (2011), and Malaysia (2012).
Over the years, Legoland has expanded its attractions to include not only rides and attractions based on the Lego brand, but also water parks, hotels, and other themed areas. The Legoland parks offer a range of experiences for families with children, from interactive play areas to roller coasters and other thrill rides.
Today, Legoland is owned by the Merlin Entertainments Group, which operates several other popular theme parks and attractions around the world. Legoland continues to innovate and expand, with plans for new parks and attractions in the coming years.