2D1N Legoland Malaysia fun weekend

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We had a 2D1N Legoland Malaysia Fun weekend recently.

Legoland is packed with celebrations for Q4 2017. They just celebrated their 5th anniversary in September, and October is Halloween “Brick-or-Treat”.

The next Halloween weekend is on 20/21 Oct evening 🙂

2D1N Legoland Malaysia
2D1N Legoland Malaysia

Skulls, pumpkins, ghouls and other “scary” creative bricks dotted Legoland compound. (poster below, do look out for December Christmas events too)

Brick-or-Treat Halloween at Legoland

These are some of the activities you can expect at Legoland Brick-or-Treat. As Legoland is designed with families in mind, the scary antics are mild, so little ones are not spooked.

I thought the Halloween Lego bricks looks more cute than scary :p 

The Kingdom area does look difference day and night. Do take note that during “Brick-or-Treat” evenings, only “Kingdom area” is extended beyond normal Legoland operating hours.

 

One of the highlight would be kiddy’s costume contest (Spook-Tacular Costume Contest). Hint : We heard kids who are dressed for the horror occasion can enter Legoland for free hooray!

 

 

Photo above, Aladdin and Princess Jasmine were so adorable, the audience were full of praise and not scared. Spot a cute little witch with a bloom too.

Second (Harry Potter) and third-prized winners, congrats 🙂

The winner is a “Chinese Zombie” , who can hop very well 🙂

Then we follow the monsters horde (Brick a Boo parade) back to the front stage.

LEGO Halloween characters like Dracula and Frankenstein entertained us with some dance moves.

 

Many opportunities for photos, just approach the friendly “monsters” and they will obliged.

That was how we spent day one of our 2D1N Legoland Malaysia weekend.

 

Legoland Hotel Experience

Back at Legoland hotel, we got to spend one night in the “Adventure room”. We did mentioned before that we love Legoland’s bigger themed room (two rooms) as it can accommodate 5 or 6 easily (no need to book two rooms).

 

 

Remember the cool lift?

Everyone can be a dancing queen when the door closed !

A sunny day, and the FUN continues 😊#legolandmalaysia #sengkangBabies

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Adventure starts before we enter our room. Follow the map for a treasure hunt.

Behind the doors, scorpions and bugs await. We thought Indiana Jones would fit right into the theme.

 

First task for the kids, search for clues and unbox the treasure chest in our room. Lego treats await the kids 🙂

This trick always work to let the kids settle down fast.

 

Bunk bed is the other highlight, everyone loves to sleep at the top but only the older kids got this luxury :p (even Daddy did not had a chance)

 

We had stayed in Legoland Hotel’s Pirates room before (read review), and the lobby is still the main attraction for first timers. Huge mini figures greeted us at the entrance.

Kids can spot the rows (and 100 more rows) of mini-figures behind the reception too, Cool!

.. or kids can help themselves to more bricks fun at the “pits” under the castles or sailing boat.

Photo below : You may spot life-saver Boon Kang (from 2013) in the hallway too. View of Waterpark from our room.

Walk further in and Kinect will keep families entertained.

Your breakfast venue at Bricks Family Restaurant. Be prepared to queue as many families crowds the dining area! Heh, we spotted teh-tarik too, quite tasty and innovative too 🙂

Theme Parks Fun (more photos here)

 

Visitors to Legoland might wish to top up their day tickets by RM80 to upgrade to an annual membership (that is less than SGD $30!)

Through the rides, our kids had literally grown up with Legoland! Some rides are now deemed “childish” for them haha.   

 

Boon Yee looking over the horizon from his train, we did noticed many apartments had spout up around Legoland compound.

 

Managed to convince them to take one super-slow train ride around Legoland playground haha. 

 

They still prefer anything with speed and which can induce adrenaline 🙂

 

We heard a VR roller coaster will start cruising in November. Sounds cool, just wear a VR goggle and let the world spins and Drop around you.

Do pop by our friends’ Legoland Halloween reviews too (Life’s Tiny Miracles and WackyDuo)

Additional tips to enjoy 2D1N Legoland Malaysia:

-Book a themed room and enjoy the bundle tickets promotion

-Grab the RM80 annual membership promotion (expiry date unknown)

-If you have a combo tickets, try to enjoy the water park first (just in case day 2 should rain)

-It is possible to enjoy Wet and Dry theme parks on same day but it will be tiring for adults (not kids). It helps that the theme parks are just 5 minutes walk away from hotel

-Apply suntan lotion as it can be very hot at Legoland, and we noticed Legoland had installed huge ceiling fans to cool everyone down

-If you would like some seafood or zhi-char for dinner, drive a short 8min away to Gelang Patah (Xinmin Chu review , we love the the sweet coconut crab)

We had uploaded more photos on our Facebook album.
Do pop by for more Legoland details on their Website and Fanpage.

We have documented all our Legoland adventure at this blog tag “Legoland Malaysia“, we hope your families will enjoy your 2D1N Legoland Malaysia Fun too.

Thank you Legoland for the fun invite 🙂

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 🙂

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 🙂

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: 1º 25’ 38″ N 103º 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

Legoland Water Park will be opening on 21 Oct

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Something is lurking at Legoland. Think Slides, Floats, getting Wet and Awesome Fun.

( credit Legoland )

Come September, Legoland will be celebrating it’s 1st anniversary,
but on 21Oct, Legoland Water Park will open with a SplasH !

Once Legoland Water Park and Hotel is completed, Legoland Themepark will become Legoland Resort.

We got a sneak peak of the Lego project. Packed with 20 slides, Malaysia will have the world’s largest Water Park !

Kids can even build their own rafts, but Daddy is skeptical whether our own raft will float :p
The Lego bricks are bigger and softer, just nice for kids 2 to 12.

Construction is in progress at the work site, all the Red, Yellow and colourful pipes will be linkup to provide seamless Fun !

( credit Legoland )

The six slides are called “Slide Racers”, just nice for our family of six. Imagine Daddy and Mummy leading the charge down the slides.. wait, is there a height limit?

Legoland GM (Siegfried Boerst) and Project Manager (Scott Elliot) proudly displaying the dateline for Water Park. Mark 21Oct 2013 on your calender.

From our vantage point, guests snap away at the worksite. We see cranes and workers hard at work now, but in 3 months’ time, Legoland will be transformed again.

These slides and water play area will be the new attraction come October.

( credit Legoland )

Everyone is anticipating Legoland’s new milestones. The gals (Mag and Melissa) could not resist some cute Lego minions, while the guys (Adrian and Kelvin) are discussing which room offers the best view.

( Thanks to Mag for the gals photo )

Come 2014, Legoland Hotel will invite families to spend more time at the Resort. The 249 rooms will have themes “Pirate”, “Kingdom” or “Adventure”. We heard rides and models will dot the Hotel interior.

Daddy can already imagine the kids popping out of their windows to see Lego City and Project-X screaming in action 🙂

Annual tickets will be announced soon :
Water Park only – Adult (RM275), Child (RM210)
Water Park and Theme park – Adult (RM395), Child (RM395)

Video : We leave you with a a video clip of what Califonia Legoland’s Water Park has to offer.

For the latest updates, do pop by Legoland Fanpage.
Read our previous review of Legoland’s Seven Worlds.