EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!!!
At least that’s how I felt like while visiting Legoland in Johor Malaysia. Before going there, I had my doubts and Googled a lot of blogs about Legoland, trying to judge if it’s really worth the hassle of going . I read some pretty good reviews, and fortunately, a group of 7 adults decided to visit.
We went there on a weekend, which meant, we had the entire place almost to ourselves. With the entire park entrance and parking space empty, don’t be surprised if it feels like a Zombie apocalypse. It’s a pretty long walk to the entrance.
Entrance to the park is roughly almost 3,000 php for an entire day pass. We went counter-clockwise and started with Lego City. This one is made for kids. They have bumper cars and pretty swan rides on the lake, so we literally just walked past it, but not before getting eaten by a shark.
The Land of Adventure was under repair at that time, so we went straight to Ninja Go. Ninja-Go! Ninja-Go! Be prepared to listen to listen to the Ninja Go theme song the entire time, but when you’re inside a game where you have to kill Ninja Go villains with the use of your arms, it’s exhilarating! Man, I killed a lot of evil ninjas.
The 4D Lego Movie studio may be tempting, but it’s something the kids would enjoy more. Best head directly to the observation tower and enjoy a 360 view of the entire park. After that, try Lego Kingdom’s mini roller coaster. It may look cute, but it may get a few screams out at some turns.
I spent most of my time and cam memory in Star Wars land! Once you enter, it starts with a hilarious short film. The Star Wars lego displays were amazing and INTERACTIVE! Push the buttons and they move! It ends with a Star Wars lego store, as it always does with all their themed locations. Watch my starwars clips at the video in the end of the blog post.
Another highlight of the trip was the Great Lego Race.
DO NOT MISS OUT ON THE GREAT LEGO RACE!
It’s an amazing Virtual Reality Roller Coaster ride.
They basically sit you in the carts, put your VR on, and off you go. The first thing I did was check out my feet, they were made of lego! It’s an extraordinary roller coaster ride because instead of seeing the lego park, you see yourself in a lego film where instead of roller coaster track dives, you’re made to believe you’re falling off a cliff and entering a cave. My heart stopped several times.
Another must see is the Miniland. At the heart of every LEGOLAND® is the much-loved true-to-life miniature version of Asia’s iconic landmarks. MINILAND dazzles in every way as a magnificent masterpiece built with over 30 million LEGO® bricks that showcase famous attractions from 17 Asian countries such as the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur , Singapore’s Merlion, India’s Taj Mahal and even Johor’s own unique landmarks. Many of the icons and attractions are animated at the touch of a button, so visitors of all ages can enjoy the sights, sounds and splendour of every work of art. Let our Guest Experience Officer take you on a journey through MINILAND, and learn amazing stories and facts about the buildings!
At the heart of every LEGOLAND® is the much-loved true-to-life miniature version of Asia’s iconic landmarks. MINILAND…
If you’re hungry, there’s a cafe near the entrance and all around the theme park where they serve a lot of Western food, so you don’t need to worry about that. Shops are also EVERYWHERE but the biggest is near the entrance as well, just across the cafe.
If anybody asks me if I want to go back, YES, I will. Hopefully when all the rides are complete. I would also love to stay in Legoland Hotel. As an adult, I had loads of fun. We stayed there for 4 hours and didn’t even realize I was hungry. If you visit, make sure you wear comfortable shoes, and bring an empty SD card.
Here are some random photos of the trip
Random photos and proof that adults can have fun in Legoland!Want an idiot's/adult's guide to Legoland? Check out the link below:https://www.jessicamadrazo.com/an-adults-guide-to-legoland-malaysia/
Short clips of our trip below. EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!!!