Continuing from part one of our adventures at Legoland theme park in Malaysia. We made our way to the “land” of Imagination, a Medieval Kingdom, some fun rides at Lego Technic.
Imagination has a Duplo theme that give me the impression that it is targeted at preschoolers. There is a sheltered playground called DUPLO Playtown that resembles the brightly coloured Duplo bricks that is a quite a kids magnet.
There is quite a bit of stuff for adults and kids to explore, including a 4D movie studio.
The Kids Power Tower requires one to pull them selves up to enjoy being high up on the tower.
The really high tower is the Observation Tower, which elevates us to a height where we can view all the lands from high up above.
It starts to drizzle a little and we decide to “hide” in the Build and Test area for the air condition and shelter. It turns out to be a fascinating area for us. We can experimented with building tall buildings and test them for stability using a knob and button that simulates an earth quake.
There is also a ramp and lots of Lego bricks and parts. We can check out a set of wheels from the information counter and the kids starts building their vehicles and test them on the ramp.
We love Lego Kingdoms. There is the exciting carousel, Merlin’s challenge, “horse ride” in a medieval setting which the kids can’t get enough of and the castle where the The Dragon, a roller coaster is (It is too fast for my liking while my 7 year old want to do it again). There is also an outdoor playground and smaller roller coaster for younger kids.
Project X is another roller coaster but with the smaller vehicle size, the trill is no less than the Dragon. To be honest , I find it pretty scary (Height and speed and trill rides is not really my thing) There is also Mindstorms where kids build their own robot and the Aquazone Wave Racers as well as the Technic Twister where my boy had a fun spin around.
Miniland is fascinating and educational.There are many Malaysia and Asian landmarks and scenes created from Legos. A feast for the eyes and a chance to introduce kids to the countries and famous landmarks made of Legos.
We did not manage to cover everything at Legoland during our day trip, but it is a satiating and fun day. I am happy that many of the rides let kids do it on their own and the many educational themes that were incorporated into the activities.
Where: Medini, Nusajaya Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
Hours: 10am – 6pm most days. Check out Lego land’s calendar
$$$: Usual Price is RM$140 for adult and RM$110 for kids. Online (7-Days Advance Booking) cost RM 105 (Approx. $43) and RM 82.50 (Approx $34) respectively
Getting There from Singapore: By Bus, Coach or Drive in.