*1-day admission to LEGOLAND® Theme Park + Hello Kitty Town + Thomas Town
- Admission for 1 adult aged 13 and above for RM250 (up to RM350 value)
- Admission for 1 child aged 3 – 11 for RM220 (up to RM320 value)
1-day admission to LEGOLAND® Water Park + Hello Kitty Town + Thomas Town
- Admission for 1 adult aged 13 and above for RM204 (up to RM304 value)
- Admission for 1 child aged 3 – 11 for RM190 (up to RM290 value)
1-day admission to LEGOLAND® Theme Park and Water Park + Hello Kitty Town + Thomas Town
- Admission for 1 adult aged 13 and above for RM288 (up to RM388 value)
- Admission for 1 child aged 3 – 11 for RM250 (up to RM350 value)
LEGOLAND® Malaysia: What to see and do
Emerging from within a 5.5 million square feet union of lifestyle outlets, retail centres, offices, and residential hubs, Nusajaya’s LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort comes into existence as the youngest of six LEGO®-themed resorts scattered throughout the world, and the only one established within Asia. Integrating the toy building bricks with a miscellany of themed rides and attractions, the area fragments itself into three unique sections - the Resort Park; host to its own seven distinctive activity-filled domains, a Water Park, and the LEGOLAND® hotel. Within the walls of the latter, each of the 249 rooms comes threaded through with visual leitmotifs from one of three lines - Pirate, Kingdom, and Adventure - while the rest of the abode aims to to thrill littles during their stay with a smorgasbord of hidden features, including exploding toy boxes, tight-rope walking guards, and zany lift rides.
Quests begin at the LEGOLAND® entrance, a colourful pastiche hinting of things to come, and residence of The Big Shop, an imposing store carrying the most comprehensive selection of LEGO® products within Asia. Daredevils swoop into LEGO® TECHNIC, filled with action-packed rides like the Aquazone Wave Racers and Project X, before honing future technological skills at the LEGO® MINDSTORMS, where robots are planned, built, and brought to life. Furthering the inventive streak, IMAGINATION provides the opportunity to construct LEGO® structures to be tested on earthquake tables, before rewarding inquisitive minds with 4D shows at the Studio, or taking in the view of the entire park from the Observation Tower. History repeats itself within LEGO® KINGDOMS; towering turrets welcome families into medieval castle-grounds, offering the opportunity to ride fiery dragon roller-coasters, gambol through the treetops of The Forestmen’s Hideout, or practise chivalry at the Royal Joust.
Storm LEGO® City to participate in Rescue Academy, with groups battling each other to put out fires and stop robbers, or letting ickle ones have a taste of a temporary driver’s license at the Driving Schools in preparation for a tougher piloting experience at the LEGO® City Airport. Ensuing escapades include a laser-blasting hunt for hidden treasure within The Lost Kingdom, and a Dino Island expedition to the peak of a long-forgotten volcano where the terrible lizards rule, all within the exciting borders of LAND OF ADVENTURE. The land bound episodes culminate at MINILAND, seeing three years and more than 30 million LEGO® bricks come together to form miniature replicas of famous structures from over 17 Asian countries, with the array of dioramas including the Taj Mahal, Forbidden City, and the temple labyrinths of Angkor Wat and Wat Arun, each diminutive edifice awakened into an animated actuality with the push of a button.
Prevailing as its own separate entity, the LEGOLAND® Water Park enthrals with over 20 slides in varying lengths and 70 LEGO® models, including a 312-foot curving track that plunges riders into a watery pit. Beach-goers can indulge in the familiarity of the LEGO® Wave Pool, or float lazily down the Build-A-Raft River, as each individual is encouraged to design their own craft out of soft bricks. Tides turn with the Joker Soaker, an interactive playground under constant barrage from a 300-gallon torrential spill, or the Imagination Station, where children pit self-fashioned dams, bridges, and cities against aquatic bombardment. As the day’s denouement arrives with rumbling breadbaskets, attentions may turn to the nine eateries pinpricked throughout the locale, proffering an extensive (and halal) spread of Western delights or Asian delicacies, almost certain to fill the void within hungry souls.
Puteri Harbour Family Theme Park: What to see and do
Since opening in late 2012, the Puteri Harbour Family Theme Park has made for a welcoming platform inviting young ones and families to take in the cartoon charm of familiar childhood characters and iconic identities. Having been made familiar with the Hello Kitty repertoire through apparel and the odd school accessory, guests get to know the famed feline further in Hello Kitty Town with immersive engaging activities and walk-through attractions - ranging from the kitty rescue escapades of the Black Wonder park segment, special performances abound on the Purrfect Stage, and the picturesque playfulness of the Dream Photo Garden, to whimsical tea cup rides. Guests looking to take home mementos can craft their own Hello Kitty-themed souvenirs, while the Red Bow Cafe and Cinnamoroll Cafe cater to post-recreational hunger pangs and the occasional sweet tooth.
Past the feline inclinations of the Town, the Nusajaya family complex also houses an array of childhood comrades who call Thomas Town home - nestled across two levels, the entertainment assortment includes engaging activities and rides with themed attractions inspired by a smorgasbord of colourful characters. Attractions such as Pingu’s Igloo sees the likes of the namesake penguin waddling about as guests tend to interactive games within the frosty abode, while Bob the Builder takes tykes on bouts of puzzle-solving fun and construction-based playtime and riveting slides. Youngsters more inclined to pirouettes than puzzles can get their fill of rhythmic entertainment in Angelina’s Dance Studio, while level 3 attractions include the multitude of themed rides provided by friendly family transport as found in the world of Thomas the Tank Engine.
The theme park’s allusion to fond memories of old familiar faces manifests in yet another vibrant display of cartoon cheer in the dining confines of LAT’s Place - a themed restaurant awash in the spirit of homage to Malaysia’s classic ‘Kampung Boy’ cartoons as created by national cartoon stalwart Datuk Lat. Dining sessions amid comic-styled backdrops of kampung fronds and traditional village scenery come accompanied by simultaneous live-animation displays of unfolding kampung community preparations as diners dig into dishes while engaging in the animated banter of characters like Lat the Kampung Boy, Rani, Tong, Meor, Mrs Hew, and more.