Legoland Hotel opening

Finally, we hear the Hotel will be ready in time for some Magical Christmas and year end countdown. Before that, we have the school holidays πŸ™‚

We are talking about the one and only Legoland Hotel in Asia ! Do pop by our previous Legoland reviews.

**updated 2013Dec – our 2D1N stay at Legoland Malaysia Hotel !
Legoland Malaysia Hotel

Whenever we approach Legoland, you will see this colourful “Brick” buildings raising up over the horizon. Click for photos.

With the hotel’s completion and recent Water Park, Legoland Malaysia has transform into a Legoland Resort. Register online today, and the first guests will check in on 29th Nov (one night only) for a special preview πŸ™‚

The others can actually start checking in from December onwards.
Legoland Malaysia Hotel opening, Legoland Malaysia Hotel promotions

Click to read our Legoland Dry and Wet parks review. Believe us, you need more than one day to cover the parks, and where is more ideal then Legoland Hotel ?

Kids will dream about Lego adventures, while Daddy’s slumber will be twisted by roller-coasters nightmares haha !
Legoland Malaysia Hotel rates,Legoland Malaysia Hotel themes

The 249 rooms are designed in three themes, Pirates, Kingdoms and Adventure (3 photos above, credit Legoland). Room designs, rates and F&B options are available at this link. You can expect more Lego figurines and games waiting for the kids at the lobby and kids’ section (100,000 Lego bricks !)

All rooms include a king-size bed for grown-ups, plus a separate semi-private sleeping area for up to three children, complete with a bunk bed, pull-out trundle bed and entertainment unit.

The Legoland Hotel FAQ section is useful to help you decide which room to pick.
Legoland Hotel room comparison

The family package includes breakfast and two-day combo tickets for two adults and two children. Combo tickets provide access to the Theme Park and the Water Park and allow guests to move freely between the two. Legoland Annual Pass Holders are able to book room-only packages at a special rate by phoning the hotel reservations team at
+607 597 8888.

Are you ready for more Legoland Adventures? Pop by our Dry, Wet and Hotel reviews. More updates about Legoland Hotel can be found on their website and Fanpage.

Going to Legoland Malaysia ?:

Legoland Malaysia Address : 7, Jalan Legoland, Bandar Medini, 79250 Nusajaya, Johor, Malaysia

Legoland Malaysia GPS :
-Degrees, Minutes, & Seconds: 1ΒΊ 25’ 38″ N 103ΒΊ 37’ 47″ E
-Decimal Degrees: 1.427361, 103.62987
-GPS: N 1 25.642, E 103 37.792

Shuttle bus services run daily from Singapore – More details on Legoland Website

Selecting a childcare centre

This is a repost from our old blog. Selecting a childcare centre always cause parents anxiety. Yes, it all starts before Primary 1 :p

The only thing difference between then and now is the longer waiting time. 8 years ago, we already need to reserve a spot 3 months in advance, we can imagine the demand nowadays.

Daddy suspects the selection criterias are still the same.

1) First, list down your criteria , and priority.

– Conducive environment for child to learn?
– Clean environment? Do children fall sick frequently? How does school implement isolation policies (HFMD etc)?
– Patient and passionate teachers?
– curriculum ? More play, crafting or structured work?
– Within your budget?
– What is parents’ expectations?

For us, we just need our kids to learn :
– independence
– socialising
– sharing in a “group”

2) Secondly, shortlist schools and make ground visits

– go for interviews with Principal (you can gauge how a school is run by chatting with him or her)
– we believe in affinity 缘, teacher-child bonding is crucial to a happy child πŸ™‚

3) Lastly, get reviews/brickbats on preferred childcare centres, from parenting blogs or forums. Just Google.

Most important tips which we give to parents is to manage adults’ own expectations.

– It is very normal for us to worry about how our kids will cope in new environment.
– Or we could be expecting the Sky, but only willing to pay peanuts?
– Let your little ones survive the new environment, and see them adapt.

We did not have much choices to start with, no helpers, and parents working. So we have to chuck kiddos into schools from an early age.

Two of them started from Infant care (2 months old), and we are glad everything has turn up fine πŸ™‚

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