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LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort Brings LEGO® Bricks To Life!

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If you're looking for a quick getaway to take your kids out for some fun, look no further, as LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort brings together a LEGOLAND Park, Water Park and Hotel in one LEGO® themed location!

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For the LEGO® fan, the first international theme park in Malaysia will be the ultimate #LEGO “clubhouse”. Thanks to LEGOLAND® Malaysia, my family got to relive our childhood plaything all over again!

LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort has seven themed areas of attractions for all ages such as The Beginning, LEGO® Technic, LEGO Kingdoms, Imagination, LEGO City, Land of Adventure and Miniland. The rides and attractions at LEGOLAND® Malaysia range from roller coasters to water rides with a LEGO® theme throughout. The Park offers a unique and hands-on experience where children can take control.

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LEGOLAND® THEME PARK
The Driving School, for example, offers children the chance to drive a car and earn their very own LEGOLAND driver’s licence. My 19-year-old son was exhilarated when he spotted these children driving. Sadly, the Driving School is only for kids age from 3 to 13 years.

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Hence, Jonathan turned to Project X. For the daring and adventurous, visitors can head to the LEGO® Technic area where Project X, the Park’s fastest roller coaster, will offer a wild ride up to 18 metres above the ground.

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In LEGO® TECHNIC everything is action-packed. Discover the high speed rides and brave the razor sharp turns of Project X and dodge water blasts on AQUAZONE® Wave Racers. LEGO TECHNIC is also home to LEGO® Mindstorms®, where you can build and program LEGO robots.

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legoland malaysia resort theme park lego kingdom reviews
Transport yourself to the age of myth and legend in LEGO® KINGDOMS. Cross the drawbridge into the royal castle, but get ready for the Dragon to give you a wild ride.

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Join a thrilling journey to the peak of a forgotten volcano at Dino Island in the Land of Adventure. Watch out for the LEGO® dinosaurs along the way, and prepare to get wet on the way down.

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Would-be captains can take the wheel of their very own battery powered boat at the Boating School, and families can set sail together with three people to a boat.

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The Forbidden City
Emperor’s palace of the Ming and Qing dynasties.

In Miniland, children become giants among Asia’s best known cities, countries and landmarks, entirely made out of 30 million LEGO® bricks on a scale of 1:20! At the same time, LEGO fans of all ages can find out if their creations could really work at the Build and Test Centre.

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Karaweik Hall is a gigantic barge on the Shore of Kandawgyi Lake in Yangon, Myanmar. “Karaweik” comes from the name of a mythical bird.

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“Temple of Dawn”
Wat Arun, a Buddhist Temple on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok.

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legoland theme park miniland taj mahal india
A masterpiece of Mughal architecture,
the Taj Mahal was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of wife.

It took three years and more than 30 million LEGO® bricks to recreate some of Asia’s best known landmarks in detailed miniature. Stroll through famous scenes from 17 Asian countries, including the Petronas Twin Towers, the Merlion Statue and the Taj Mahal. The whole of #Miniland is animated, and guests – big and small – can bring the models to life at the touch of a button.

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As the heat can be extremely unbearable on days, park goers can take refuge indoors at their LEGO® Star Wars™ Miniland Model Display at the Resort as the area is fully air-conditioned. Being fans of Star Wars and never missing any single episode of the movie, my two guys gazed in awe at these remarkable LEGO models.

Built with a cost of RM6 million, the attraction features seven scenes from the six Star Wars™ films and The Clone Wars™ animated series in great detail. The interactive model display area will use more than 1.5 million LEGO bricks and have more than 2,000 LEGO models depicting scenes from all episodes.

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lego star wars miniland model display naboo battles
The seven featured scenes depict planets such as Naboo, Geonosis, Kashyyyk, Mustafar, Tatooine, Hoth, Endor and Christophsis. Visitors can take a chronological walk through the Star Wars™ timeline to marvel at the models, including the 2.65m tall Crystal City, the largest of all the LEGO® Star Wars™ models, and the iconic Millennium Falcon made up of 19,200 LEGO® bricks – reaching 1.8m long and 1.3m wide. Meanwhile, interactive buttons will allow visitors to activate the animatronics within each scene.

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Fifty percent of the over 2,000 models at the LEGO® Star Wars™ Miniland Model Display were built in Malaysia and the rest were shipped from Germany and the Czech Republic. The Master Model Builders team took a total of approximately 8,000 man hours to complete the LEGO® models. The installation process was supported by a team of technicians and landscapers who developed the special layout for optimum realism. For the finishing touch, authentic Star Wars™ sounds, animatronics and lighting effects were added to make the models even more lifelike.

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Fans will also be able to commemorate their visit by taking photos with life-sized models of C-3PO, R2-D2 and a 2.7m tall Darth Vader wielding a lightsaber, built entirely of LEGO® bricks.

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At LEGO Studios, a 4D movie adventure uses wind, smoke and water to take 3D into the next dimension. LEGO® Studio 4D features shows such as LEGO Racers, Spellbreaker, Clutch Power and Legends of Chima. Estimated show runs every 45 mins (weekdays), and 25 mins (weekends or public holidays).

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It's shopping time! The Big Shop offers the largest selection of LEGO® toys in Asia. Not only does it offer the largest selection of LEGO toy sets under one roof in Asia, but also includes exclusives and hard to find items!

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WATER PARK
Asia’s 1st LEGOLAND Water Park is ideal for families with 2-12 years old children with more than 20 slides, over 70 LEGO models and much more!

Containing over 3 million litres of water, almost everything is hands-on so you can push, pedal and program, or steer, squirt and splash, your way through a truly interactive experience – and of course there’s building too!

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legoland malaysia resort water park brick blaster review
The water park invites guests to ride water slides, blast water cannons and jets and slide through the tubes down 240 feet in the open Wave Ride and closed Tidal Tubes! Well, the father and son team had a lot of fun with the slides and they went over and over again. Lol!

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Red Rush is a family tube slide where up to four people can ride together down a 312-foot-long curving track on an 11-foot in diameter half pipe.

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If adrenalin rush is not your kinda stuff, try heading over to the LEGO® Wave Pool, a place for families to laze around in the water or be swept away in gentle waves. This wave pool is probably one of the mildest we've ever been to, making it really safe for younger kids.

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Some of the highlights include the hugely popular Build-A-Raft River and Joker Soaker. The first is a unique concept where children can customise their own raft with soft LEGO bricks before floating down a lazy river.

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legoland malaysia resort water park build raft review
We were amazed by the colourful LEGO bricks floating along the river. Jon and I had fun picking up the bricks as we drifted along the way. I was like a big kid all over again!

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legoland malaysia resort water park joker soaker review
The Joker Soaker is a fun interactive play structure where children can aim water cannons at one another. The extra surprise to the Joker Soaker is when a giant bucket pours 350 gallons of water into the wade pool below!

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My Thoughts:
If you've been to theme parks like Disneyland or Universal Studios, LEGOLAND® is probably nothing much to shout about. We read that future plans are in place for LEGOLAND Malaysia to be the largest family destination resort in Southeast Asia, so we were a little disappointed with its size. Nonetheless, it's an awesome theme / water park for a quick getaway for family activities especially those with young children, creating an opportunity for families to bond over play time.

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For us, we certainly found more things to do at the water park together with our 19-year-old kid. It's certainly a wonderful place to reminisce the happy moments in your childhood with the LEGO bricks coming to life.

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legoland malaysia resort miniland singapore flyer review
Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore,
is a Southeast Asian city-state off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula,
137 kilometres (85 mi) north of the equator.

We thought the Miniland over at the theme park, where famous Asian countries and cities are recreated, is simply amazing and it's a must-see!

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legoland theme park miniland singapore boat quay
My family is totally impressed with these LEGO constructions, especially when we spotted our motherland - Singapore.

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Every little effort and detail were put in, and they even have our SMRT bus!

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Although the rides and attractions are designed specifically for children aged 2 – 12 years old, younger children will also be able to enjoy the Duplo Express and Duplo Playtown (Imagination), Shipyard and Junior Driving School (LEGO City), LEGO Academy and LEGO Mindstorms (LEGO Technic) just to name a few, if your child may not be tall enough to go on some of the rides.

LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort is a great destination for families with various activities lined up for all visitors throughout the year. Strategically located at the heart of the rapidly developing Iskandar region in Johor Bahru, the Park is accessible to both local and international visitors. The excellent transportation network enables visitors from Singapore to arrive within 10 mins from the Tuas Second Link by road and 45 mins from Changi Airport.

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How Much Does A Taxi Ride to Legoland Cost?
My family had a 4D3N stay at DoubleTree Johor Bahru by Hilton, which is about 5-min drive from City Square Shopping Mall. An estimated 20-min ride from our hotel to Legoland set us back at about RM 50, and the return journey was about RM 60.

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If you're going to travel all the way to LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort, I would suggest that you stay at least a night at their eye-catching LEGOLAND® Hotel.

Weather wasn't good for us at the parks as you can see from the gloomy skies in some of the photos. It was raining one minute and sunny the next throughout the entire day. It's a pity we didn't get to see and do much due to the weather. Thank goodness we had a night stay at the hotel, so we could shuttle to and fro between the parks and hotel and not at the mercy of the weather.

Point to note: Water Park may be closed during rain and there's no refund. So I would suggest buying the combo ticket which entitles the holder to enter both LEGOLAND Water Park and Theme Park. If it rains, you could at least visit the theme park first and participate in their indoor activities, and return to the water park when rain stops. Please slab on lots of sunscreen if you're going to be outdoor the entire day as the sun can be very unforgiving!

Lastly, book ahead to enjoy great promotion on ticket price! I've to admit the entrance fee is a bit stiff. A Combo ticket ( theme park + water park ) will cost you - Adult: RM 175, Child ( (3-11 yrs) / Senior (60 yrs+): RM 140. So please book your tickets early to save 20% more! For more discount information, visit www.legoland.my.

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LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort will be organising a special Halloween celebration dedicated to children for the first time this year. Themed ‘Brick or Treat’, the special celebration will take place from 24th Oct - 26th October and 31st Oct-2nd Nov. The main attraction is a giant LEGO® pumpkin that has been built by Master Model Builders using more than 28,000 bricks!

During this period, children that come dressed in their spookiest costumes will be rewarded with a free entry to the Asia’s 1st LEGOLAND Theme Park!

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The entire LEGO Kingdoms area will be decorated with Halloween themed decorations for the period. This includes the famous castle area where a host of activities has been lined up including sessions by model builders to teach children on how to construct mini pumpkins, bats, spiders and spooky monsters using LEGO bricks.

In addition to that, there will also be a pumpkin carving challenge for children and face painting sessions. Guests can also delight in the photo opportunity with the Resort’s giant pumpkin made entirely from LEGO. The design and building of this special showcase took more than 300 hours.

A specially decorated Nissan Almeera car will also be on display in the area for guests. There will be a pumpkin counting contest and fun activities around the vehicle with exciting mystery giveaways.

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For further information on special ticket prices and Resort events, please visit www.LEGOLAND.my or call the reservation office at +607-597-8888. You can also keep up-to-date with their exciting activities on Twitter and Instagram.

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96 comments:

  1. You know what, I've never been to Legoland but as a kid I always wanted to go! And seeing your photos, man it brings back memories of begging my parents lol but also it is as awesome as I'd always thought it'd be!

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    1. Sonia, I'm sure the Legoland in US has more things to offer. Hope you'll get to visit some day, sweetie!

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  2. My kids love Legoland.. Will go again in near future..

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    1. Kylie, hope you'll get to stay in their hotel the next time!

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  3. My kids looking forward to the water park at Legoland.

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    1. YL, I'm sure the younger kids will enjoy there!

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  4. Nice post. You make me wanna go there now. I plan to go but maybe next year or so. Wait till Jamie is bigger that he can enjoy the fun.

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    1. Rose, that's cool! I'm sure it'll be a great bonding session for you guys.

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  5. Wow, would love to go there!

    Have a great day,
    -Kati

    P.S.: Thanks for leaving such nice comment on my last post!

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  6. Wow...must've been a lot ov fun!

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    1. Bisma, wish the weather was better for us to explore further......

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  7. I so want to go here on day. Sound and look like you had an amazing time.

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    1. Amy, I'm sure US will be a bigger playground for you gals!

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  8. This place looks like so much fun and you doll look beautiful. Have a safe trip.

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    1. Jackie, thanks for being so sweet! Catch you when I return from Japan :D

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  9. Looking so much fun Shirley :). I'd love to take my children there :). Love every pictures so lovely:). I wish you a safe and fun trip all the way:).

    Talk soon Shirley.:).

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    1. Tanya, I'm sure it'll be such a fun place for your young kids! Thanks, hun!

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  10. Legoland seems like heaven on earth - SO much fun :D
    You are so lucky to visit it!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    1. Uru, hahaha! I think you'll have fun there, gal!

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  11. Ohhh!! Have been wanting to go but mmm!!! so many things lined up to do. Its definitely worth going and exploring.

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    1. Nava, you must be proud of it being in your country ^_^

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    1. Carmen, I'm glad you've enjoyed the tour!

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  13. I've heard a lot about the scorching heat at LEGOLAND Malaysia, but then it looks like your family have a fabulous time there - it makes everyone who read your post here want to visit LEGOLAND Malaysia, there's also so much to do there - a 1 night stay there looks essential too...... awaiting your recommendation on the theme hotel.....

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    1. DS, I've to admit the heat was unbearable at times & we just had to seek refuge inside the air-con places. Thanks, dear! Can't wait to share my hotel review with you gals too!

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  14. Beautiful park!! I can see you guys had a great time.
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    1. Diana, it's a great bonding session for the family!

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  15. I'm not a lego fan actually, but I've always wanted to visit Legoland! Even the waterpark is really interesting, I love the miniland too! :D

    xx
    http://felishmichelle.blogspot.com

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    1. Mitch, I kinda enjoy the water park better honestly. Wish my kid hasn't grown up so fast.......

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  16. This park looks amazing and funny. Love all the photos and the info. Thank you for sharing! Btw, you look great in bikini.

    Jasmine ♥
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    1. Jasmine, thanks so much for the lovely notes! Happy weekend!

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  17. Hi Shirley!
    Ih my gosh, those are some incredible Lego creations! Amazing!!! I can just imagine putting all those cities and places and creatures and people together. My grandson would love it there as would my son who is a heck of a lot older than your 19 year old, lol...

    It looks like you all had a splendid time. I'm not sure if we have a Legoland here in the states. I must check. It looks like the people of Legos out did themselves in Malaysia.

    I'm going to pin this to my grandson's secret board so he can see:)

    Thank you so much for sharing, Shirley...

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    1. Louise, I'm really delighted that you're equally impressed with the Lego creations! Certainly didn't expect to see these beautiful architectures etc made out of Lego.

      You gotta check out Legoland in California & Florida, dear! I'm sure your grandson will love the place!

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  18. Sounds like a great place to go to for Lego's fans. You love great in that photo!

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    1. Mun, thanks dear! You've a fun-filled weekend!

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  19. Sounds fun Shirley! I haven't been there before, looking forward to visit there someday!

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    1. Ken, the place is great for photography! I'm sure you'll have a nice portfolio!

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  20. I see that there was a lot of fun :) thank you dear for your visit with me :)

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    1. Testoland, thanks & will catch up when I return from my next trip!

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    1. Maggie, it's really nice to have you here with us! Certainly hope to see more of you! xoxo

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  22. This looks like so much fun.
    My girls are huge lego fans. I bet they would love to check this out.

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    1. Lilith, I'm quite sure your little ones will have fun at Legoland!

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  23. i love theme parks, and legoland looks like a fun place. i want to go there some day <3

    xx Janelle
    Styles & Prints

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    1. Janelle, hope you'll get to visit Legoland some day :D

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  24. I think it really a paradise!
    Kisses

    www.angelswearheels.com

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    1. Dania, hahaha! Certainly one for the kids! ^_^

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  25. Look like you have a lot of fun! Great photos!
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    1. Adelina, so glad you've enjoyed the mini tour too!

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  26. Legoland looks like a greta place for family fun! Glad you were able to enjoy some time there Shirley! I'm so impressed by some of the structures that are built entirely from Legos.

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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    1. Rowena, amazing, isn't it?? Wish I could build something even near it. Lol!

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  27. I've never been! look awesome!

    xx

    isa

    www.un-likely.com

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    1. Isabel, hope you'll get the chance someday :D

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  28. Fantastic photos, thanks for sharing! :)

    Gorgeous outfit, you look great! :)

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    1. Helen, thanks for popping by & love having you here! Will check out your blog soon :)

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  29. Looks like you had so much fun.you love that top

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    1. GZ, if only we've more time to explore. Thanks, sweetie!

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  30. So lovely and fun, I'd love to visit!!!!!

    恵美より ♥
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    1. Emi, I'm sure it'll be great fun for you gals!

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  31. What an amazing place and overall, amazing post! I haven't visited a Legoland destination in years and years, and this makes me wish this wasn't the case! I love your lifestyle posts and this is certainly no different - thanks for sharing! :)

    http://aglassofice.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Gabrielle, now that I've seen Legoland M'sia, I would love to check out their parks in other countries too!

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  32. Fabulous!

    I'll be waiting for me with a new post: http://theroaronthecatwalk94.blogspot.it/2014/10/a-dip-back-e-se-e-vero-che-la-moda-gira.html#more let me know what do you think, and if you like follow me, I follow you!

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    1. Debora, most delighted to follow you :D

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  33. Definitely too old for me,
    but i asure you that my nieces and nephew gonna be crazy about it,
    btw, your future grand son or grand daughter or both gonna love this place too...

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    1. Dedy, hahaha! You're totally adorable! That's a long way to go....

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  34. Hiya gorgeous! Hope your better now and having fun on your trip :D!
    This place just looks... FUN!!! SO SOOO SOOOO FUN!!!
    I just want to go there now haha.
    Thank you sharing everything, the pictures are soo nice and it's all soo fascinating :)
    Sensitive Epidermis | Rainbow
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    1. Rainbow, hahaha! So glad you've found the post interesting, dear! You've a great week ahead! xoxo

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    1. Kashaya, stay tuned for Legoland Hotel review :D

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    1. Lyosha, hope you'll get to visit Legoland in your nearest country ^_^

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  37. Gosh! that place looks amazing! I envy you so much!:)

    http://freshisyummy.blogspot.com/2014/10/baby-dont-lie.html

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    1. FY, I wouldn't mind trying other Legoland :D

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  38. Great park indeed! I wish it could exist also in Italy :)))

    xoxo
    www.bellezzefelici.blogspot.com

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    1. Elena, wish you could enjoy with your kids too............

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  39. You've tempted me, Shirley. I'm marking this place as 'must-visit' and soon! Lol ^.^

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    1. Sharon, that's totally cool! Have a wonderful week, dear!

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  40. Love your blog! I just followed you on GFC and Bloglovin, would you please follow me back? :)

    Michaella from http://quitealooker.blogspot.com/

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    1. Michella, thanks so much for coming by! Most delighted to follow back :D

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  41. I need to plan and save up some money to bring Son to LEGOLAND this year. :)

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    1. Lina, a giveaway is coming up so try your luck!

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  42. So fun place, but not on rainy days, thanks for sharing this place. xoxo
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    1. Mihaela, I've to agree the weather condition is crucial. Love havingyou around.

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    1. Ania, perfect playground for children!

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  44. Legoland Malaysia has increased many of the activities as compared to the last time I went 2 years ago. A great place for kids. Hope they will plant more trees around the park to give more shades to the visitors while walking around the park. The hotel looks real attractive and nice..I want to stay there too..

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    1. Agnes, I couldn't agree more. They should plant more trees like S'pore. Weather is terribly hot there!

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  45. Nice blog, all your photos are very clear & sharp. What camera did you use? I brought my kids to Legoland twice. They love this place. Do visit my blog when you are free. Thanks. http://www.yeelinda.blogspot.com

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    1. Linda, thanks so much for your lovely comments! I'm using Samsung NX2000. Love having you around & will pop by as soon as I get time! xoxo

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