More Reasons To Bring The Entire Family To Legoland Malaysia From Singapore
Legoland’s brand-new LEGO Friends Live Show and SEA Life Malaysia Aquarium is now opened. Here’s why you should bring the entire family to check it out.
A trip to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore may be a no-brainer for weekend fun with your family. It’s a short trip from the Tuas Checkpoint that you may even do just a day-trip or stay at the Legoland Hotel.
But once you’ve been, you may think, why go there again? Well, just in July 2019, Legoland Malaysia introduced some new features, attractions and activities that will surely be more than enough reason why you should bring your kids again to Legoland Malaysia. And if you and your family haven’t been—all the more reason you and your family should go!
Take A Trip To Legoland Malaysia From Singapore To Meet The Girls From Heartlake City
The LEGO Friends will be performing their hit songs like “BFF” and “Friends Are Forever,” in a 20-minute all-singing, all-dancing production. The kids will be immersed into the singing, dancing and musical performances by Stephanie, Olivia, Andrea, Emma and Mia. The show also includes some interactive sing-along moments where the young and the young-at-heart are encouraged to join in on the performances.
And, mums, get your cameras ready! Because to make this trip even more memorable, there will also be a meet-and-greet session where the kids can snap a photo with the girls from Heartlake City.
The LEGO Friends Live Show happens 4 times a day every day. Shows happen at 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm and 5 pm at the LEGO City Stage.
Too late or too early for a show? Don’t worry. The kids can spend time getting to know their favourite LEGO Friends through fun activities such as Stephanie’s Stephaton. They can also join Emma’s Expressive Art Class and Mia’s Building Activities.
Enjoy the all-new LEGO Friends show with every Single-Park Pass (which gives access to the theme park), Double-Park Pass (which gives unlimited access to the theme park and SEA LIFE), and Triple-Park Pass (which gives unlimited access to the theme park, Water Park and SEA LIFE).
Check out SEA LIFE Malaysia and give your kids a fun and educational marine life experience
Now, if the kids are more interested in marine life, check out SEA LIFE Malaysia.
This two-storey aquarium, which also just recently opened, is home to 13,000 sea creatures from 120 species. These sea creatures are housed in 25 display tanks in 11 habitat zones.
The habitat zones include Shoaling Ring, Malaysian Rainforest, Stingray Bay, Coral Reef, Jellies, Ocean View and the largest tank of the aquarium, Ocean Tunnel.
Want to make this trip even more educational? Take your kids on the Behind-the-Scenes Tour. Here, they can learn about animal healthcare and food preparation for all the sea creatures in the aquarium. Kids visiting the Rockpools were able to get hands-on experience in learning more about the natural habitat of Rockpools through an interactive tutorial.
The kids will not only have a memorable, fun-filled experience here. They will also feel more in touch with our planet’s invaluable natural assets.
Now, if these aren’t reason enough to visit Legoland Malaysia Resort, check out their website to learn more about more awesome reasons why you should go there.