LEGOLAND Malaysia to open in September
LEGOLAND Malaysia has announced 15 September 2012 as the official opening date for its milestone theme park. General Manager of LEGOLAND Malaysia, Siegfried Boerst, disclosed the date at a briefing in Singapore and at a site tour led in Nusajaya.
Mr Boerst allowed the media to observe images of various completed site attractions. He added that the park was approximately 75% finished with most of the rides and infrastructure already installed. The contractors were also on schedule to begin the installation of 50 million LEGO bricks and models into the park.
The park is being constructed on 76 acres of land and would contain 40 rides, shows and attractions, most of which are interactive. The park would also be divided into seven themed areas, each serving different age groups.
Mr Boerst also announced that the official park single-day tickets would be available from the LEGOLAND Malaysia Road Show tour, which started on 25 April at Vivo City, Singapore. The tickets would be priced at a special introductory offer of RM96 (SGD40) for adults and RM70 (SGD29) for kids. Families dropping in for the road show can also expect to see some of LEGOLAND rides and attractions on display, and could take part in interactive activities there.
Here are the Roadshow dates in Singapore:
Travel Malaysia Fair, Singapore Expo: 11 – 13 May (10am – 9pm)
Raffles City: 25 May – 25 June (10am – 9pm)
It was also announced that Global visitor attractions operator Merlin Entertainments groups and LL Themed Hotel SdnBhd have signed a management agreement to develop and build the first LEGOLAND Hotel in Southeast Asia. LEGOLAND Hotel at Nusajaya Johor would be located adjacent to the new LEGOLAND Malaysia.
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