Legoland Malaysia

Legoland Malaysia is Malaysia’s first major international theme park, the sixth Legoland theme park to be built, and the first Legoland built in Asia. Legoland Malaysia is located at the Southern top of the Malay peninsula near to Singapore, a strategic location which opens the theme park up to both the Malaysian market and the Singaporean market, whose consumers have far higher spending power than their Malaysian counterparts. Legoland Malaysia is expensive by Malaysian standards but its also a very high quality facility under British management.

Attractions at Legoland Malaysia

Legoland Malaysia is split into two parts: Legoland and Legoland Water Park. Visitors can buy tickets for each separately or a ticket that allows them to visit both parts of the park. Legoland itself features 70 rides and attractions. There is a lot to see and do there and children will really enjoy it. Legoland Malaysia has recreated what Legoland does best since its original incarnation in Denmark in 1968 which is to recreate miniature versions of well known landmarks around the world. At Legoland Malaysia they have recreated small Lego version of important landmarks and cities across Asia, including Angkor Wat in Cambodia, the Taj Mahal in India, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. This is fun and its educational, exactly as the makers of Lego intended the toy to be.

Legoland Malaysia is in Johor Bharu
Legoland Malaysia is in Johor Bharu

Legoland Water Park has water tube rides, cafes, a boat building activity centre, a raft building centre, a water playground for young children, and plenty more places where children can build things out of Lego and play with them in the water. The water park also features two giant water water tube rides, one which is 130 feet high and another which is 240 feet high. 

Enrance fees to Legoland Malaysia

Entrance fees are currently as follows:

  • Waterpark
    • Adult: 129 MYR
    • Child: 109 MYR
  • Legoland
    • Adult: 199 MYR
    • Child: 159 MYR
  • Combined Ticket
    • Adult: 249 MYR
    • Child: 199 MYR

If you book online in advance tickets are 20% cheaper.

Opening Hours at Legoland Malaysia

  • Sunday to Friday: 10:00 to 18:00
  • Saturdays (and Public Holidays): 10:00 to 19:00

Travel to Legoland

A public bus service to Legoland Malaysia is operated by the Causeway Link travel company. Bus services to Legoland depart from Johor Bharu Sentral Railway Station on weekdays departing at 08:00 hr, 09:00, 10:15, 11:15, 12:30, 13:30, 15:00 and 16:00.

Location of Legoland

  • Legoland Malaysia is 23.3 km by road from Johor Bharu Sentral Railway Station.

Google map of Legoland Malaysia

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