Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Legoland Malaysia set for weekend opening

The much-awaited RM750 million (S$300 million) Legoland Malaysia is now undergoing final touches before its grand opening on Saturday, 15 September.

The 31-ha theme park boasts about 15,000 Lego models built from 40 million Lego bricks, as well as 40 different rides and a unique “Miniland” featuring replica models of several Southeast Asian landmarks including the Merlion, the Singapore Flyer and Petronas Twin Towers.



“Legoland Malaysia is an extremely unique theme park in this market,” said John Ussher, General Manager of Legoland Development.

“We are geared towards families with young children aged two to 12. Lego is a huge brand throughout the world and here at Legoland - which is the clubhouse of Lego - you can do everything you've ever imagined with a Lego brick,” he added.

As one of the crown jewels of Iskandar Malaysia, Legoland is expected to attract millions of local and international tourists.

According to Siegfried Boerst, General Manager of Legoland Malaysia, the park will provide “a good experience at a first-class theme park” that will make visitors come back or visit other attractions elsewhere.

The park will be the sixth attraction of its kind globally after those in the UK, California, Florida (USA) and Denmark – the birthplace of Lego.

Going forward, two more Asian Legolands are set to open in Nagoya, Japan and Chuncheon, South Korea by 2015.

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