Legoland Malaysia Water Park

After Boon Kang’s Life Saver orientation, Legoland Malaysia Water Park was officially opened on 21st Oct.

We met so many blogger families during last Sat’s preview, and everyone was eager to jump into the Lazy river, and grab some floating Lego Bricks 🙂

LEGOLAND® Water Park is the first in Asia and the largest LEGOLAND® Water Park in the world. The Water Park contains over 3 million litres of water and has more than 20 unique water based rides.

MD John Jakobsen introducing some of Legoland Water Park‘s features, before GM Siegfried Boerst scoop Lego Bricks into Lazy River.

Are we supposed to toss the Big Red Brick into the River too ?

3, 2, 1 Topple the Bucket at Joker Soaker !

Video : It is not everyday that 350 Gallons of water is splashed on the GM and MD of Legoland :p

After the Big Splash, everyone promptly change into their bathing suits!
Quick, grab your life jacket, everyone wanted a piece of the Lego Brick action.

Lego Slide Racers, this must be one of the more popular rides, but we hate the climbs, feels like vertical marathon.

Yes, these two fellas were having a field day challenging each other ! Do pop by our First post for more Legoland Water Park slides review.

More Lego figurines spotted, there are 70 of them in Water Park. Maybe Legoland can organise a Treasure Hunt one day?

On a smaller scale, Imagination Station challenges the kids to “Do everything” to block the water !

Imagination Station might look simple and unappealing compared to the slides, but kids are attracted to any opportunity to build Lego structures 🙂

Wear a cap here, as kids might easily spend up to 30min building a dam or obstacle. It is Hot standing under the Sun. No rules no regulations, just use your own imagination.

Smiles were everywhere, the hot sun could not deter us from having Fun 🙂

More cute Lego animations, indicating the height limits too.

Build a Raft is highly addictive for the kids, and sometimes adults. You can go for unlimited laps.

After all the adrenalin, some Duplo rides might do wonder to sooth the toddlers. We promise this is the safest slide in the whole of Water Park.

More combo food choices await the hungry kids, but do take note of long queues (up to 30 min). There are only two F&B outlets at Legoland Water Park, we suggest that parents should queue up to buy their meals earlier.

On a side note, the three hysteria siblings remind Daddy why he should not attempt the Project-X scream !

Everyone PosE 🙂

Daddy do not need to ask Boon Kang (or the kids) whether they wish to come back to Legoland Malaysia Water Park again 🙂

Tips :
1) Adventure Cove or Legoland Water Park?
We have been to Sentosa’s Adventure Cove too, and we believe Legoland Water Park is more suited for younger families. Expect Long queues during this coming school holidays

2) We noticed some kids slipping on the concrete slope\floor, please remind kids to walk when floor is wet. Yes, we know everyone is excited 🙂

3) For those driving, please be prepared for 30 to 60 minutes jam at Malaysia Custom (Tuas), we were caught on two Saturday mornings.

4) Do go online to enjoy more discounts off your tickets.
Legoland water park ticket pricing

More information :

– All the Slides are listed on this page.
– Pop by Legoland Website and Fanpage for updates and promotions

– You can find more preview photos on our Fanpage album and here.
Boon Kang is a Life Saver at Legoland ! (more slides introduction too)

– Read SengkangBabies’ Legoland adventures here

(image credit Legoland Fanpage)

ps.. Follow our Instagram tag #SengkangBabiesJohor for more JB adventures

The World’s longest Lego Snake

In conjunction with Lunar Chinese New Year (CNY), which happens to be the year of the Zodiac Snake, Legoland Malaysia is embarking on a slithering project to construct the World’s longest Lego Snake. (have you read our Legoland reviews already, Dry, Wet Hotel )

Over 9 days from 9th to 17th Feb, Legoland guests will be invited to usher in the Snake year by helping to build a 300m snake. Yes, 300 Metres !

SengkangBabies were invited to participate in the snake building feat last Saturday.

Credit. Snake Poster from Legoland webpage

From the beginning, we knew the Snake would be popular because the kids were so engrossed in their project! Even the hot sun could not deter their determination.

You are not going to miss the l-o-n-g Lego Snake, it is RED, and only 50m from the entrance.

Daddy love the lifelike fangs and forked tongue. No offence to Mr Siegfried Boerst (Legoland’s GM), but Daddy thought Boon Xin looks sweeter posing with the Snake model :p

In this cool tent, families embark on the building blocks for the Snake.

Even Boon Yee (6 years old) will be able to build one block by himself.

You might be wondering why does Legoland need One Million Lego Bricks for this project? Let Stefan and Mr Pang (Master Model Builders) share their construction insights and challenges.

Our little girl insists on stamping her signature on part of the Lego Serpent.

You can mix and match any colours for the Snake, and we are now certified junior Lego builders.

To drum up the festive atmosphere during Chinese New Year, you can expect Lion and Dragon dance routines.

While building our Snake, we did not forget to chase and pose with Legoland’s Stars.

After spending the morning with the Lego snake, the kids are free to choose their favourite Legoland rides (Cars again!)

Kids pass their Driving license (Nissan Learning school), and proceeded to drive the manual-power POLICE van ! They even help to douse a burning building.

Kids managed to convince Mummy that they can handle the wet Adrenalin Fun at Dino Island. Nevermind if they have to cope with wet underwear :p (we did not bring spare clothes)

Boon Wee and Boon Kang’s facial expressions (tensed) are priceless !

Fun pics with sculptures and characters.

At the 4D show, we experience wind, bumps and even snow flakes ! If time permits, we would like to view the second premier.

Observation Tower gave us an eagle’s view of Legoland landscape. This playground is Hugh, and still expanding ! Kids exclaimed “Roller coaster”, “Castle” !

Video : A panoramic view awaits from the TOP

Merlin’s magical spin gave us some groggy moments.

The smaller kids decided to go for their pony rides Jousting. We realised the kids were not holding onto the handle as it was scorched by the midday Sun. Maybe Legoland management can do something about the handle?

Otherwise, Boon Yee and Boon Xin always enjoy galloping around.

.. while the older kids prefer to tame the Dragon (roller coasters) !

Daddy is super proud of the boys. They have shown Mummy and Daddy that siblings are there for each other, to brave the dangers together! As long as big Bro Boon Wee is there, Boon Kang will follow his lead.

More sculptures await us at every corner of Legoland.

Wave Racers’ spin and water bombs kept us cool.

Boon Wee wish to ride Project-X, but no one is “crazy” enough to join him, we end up taking a harmless family photo at the Project-X model.

We rewarded the kids with some cool treats. Daddy and Mummy is also melting under the unforgiving Sun :p

We hope Legoland’s new Water Theme park will be ready soon.

On our way out, we pop by our friend again. The Lego Snake has grown longer again 🙂 If you are popping by Legoland, do spare 20 mins building the Snake body, kids will love the challenge, we are eager to see the full length Snake on the 17th Feb !

Gong Xi Fa Cai (恭喜发财) Legoland, we would like to thanks Legoland for inviting SengkangBabies to an interesting morning. You may wish to pop by more Legoland stories or photos :

– More Snake photos on SengkangBabies Fanpage
– Our first Legoland Review last Nov (we love Miniland)
– Checkout how Xander’s family Celebrate Christmas at Legoland last Dec
– Legoland FAQ
– The world’s longest snake will fall short of Legoland’s brick specimen

Latest updates about Legoland activities can be found on their Webpage and Fanpage.

** Updated 18Feb2013 – the Final length of the Snake is a whopping 318m! On display till end Feb. (photo credit : Legoland Malaysia)