Buy 2 full-price adult tickets and get a Free child entry.
Price S$120 is for 2 Adult & 1 Child. Please purchase it here (Legoland eTicket) if you need additional child ticket.
Legoland Malaysia ranks among the top theme parks in Asia, combining authentic Lego adventures to a magnificent water park to present surreal experiences for people of all ages. It’s easy to see why fans travel all the way from Singapore to Legoland!
- First and Only Lego Adventure of Asia
- Largest Legoland Waterpark on the Planet
- Fun-Filled Adventure for the Entire Family
- 70 Interactive Rides, 15000 Lego Models and 20 Restaurants to Choose From
- Applicable To People Of All Nationalities
Legoland Malaysia presents an overdose of your favorite lego sets in the form of a Legoland Park, a water park and a hotel in an all-in-one lego-themed destination. Considered to be one of the top family holiday spots of Malaysia, Legoland offers as many as 70 rides and attractions in addition to a number of shows and events. You can really get the best of hands-on entertainment at this squishy splashy park as you push your way through a fun experience building Lego masterpieces and having a blast with the entire family.
Uniquely Themed Areas
The rides and attractions of Legoland Malaysia have been divided into seven unique themes, Miniland, Lego City, Lego Kingdoms, Lego Technic, The Beginning, Land of Adventure and Imagination. The star attraction of the show is Miniland, a stunning area where some of the top landmarks of Asia have been recreated using as many as 30 million Lego bricks. This land takes you on an interactive adventure where miniature airplanes and trains come to life right in front of your eyes. Imagination is where you can build and race cars and enjoy the true Lego experience. Lego Kingdoms hosts popular attractions such as the Conquer the Dragon coaster and Royal Joust while Land of Adventure presents the tropical jungles of Dino Island. Lego City lets you ride boats, trains and planes while Lego Technic allows you to bring out the scientist in you as you build and program Lego robots.
Legoland Malaysia isn’t just about its Lego wonders. It also introduces you to an equally exciting water park that is full of all kinds of water-based attractions and has as many as 70 Lego models of its own. This park has more than 20 slides on offer, but Joker Soaker, a wade pool where kids aim water cannons at each other while 350 gallons of water is thrown on everyone every few minutes, and Build-A-Raft, a unique adventure that lets kids customize their rafts using Lego soft bricks before floating down the lazy river are the most popular attractions here.
Legoland isn’t just about its outdoor explorations. Whether you’re searching for shelter from the rain or simply want to chill indoors for a while, Legoland has all kinds of indoor attractions for you to choose from. From the Lost Kingdom laser tag arena to 4D shows, from a grand Observation Tower to the Lego Academy where you can bring Lego Creations of all shapes and sizes to life, Legoland really does have it all.
Legoland Malaysia is an incredibly impressive experience. It is one of those few places where both kids and adults can roam around starry-eyed unabashed of their childish curiosity, fascinated by all those larger-than-life attractions around them. There’s plenty of rides and attractions to choose from and you can really spend an entire day here and still not cover everything that it has on offer.
Legoland Malaysia is located in Iskandar Puteri, towards the west of Johor Bahru. It takes a 45-minute drive from the Singapore Changi Airport and is easily accessible by car or bus.
· From Singapore: Follow the Tuas Second Link Highway and take the Iskandar Puteri Exit 312. You should see a Legoland signage at this exit.
· From Johor Bahru / Coastal Highway: Proceed via the Coastal Highway to Iskandar Puteri. The resort is located right before Kota Islandar.
· From Senai Airport: Proceed along the North-South Highway and take the Iskandar Puteri Exit 253. Head over to the Iskandar Puteri Exit 312. You should see a Legoland signage at this exit.
A trip to Legoland Malaysia can be as flexible as YOU want it to be. Choose from two options – a Legoland e-ticket or a Legoland e-ticket plus return bus transfer. You can select any one of the following timings to ensure that you make the most of your Legoland adventures.
· Depart at 09:00, Return at 16:15
· Depart at 09:00, Return at 17:15
· Depart at 09:00, Return at 18:15
What you need to bring
Your Voucher (Printed or E-Ticket)