Halloween at Legoland

Children who come dressed in spooky outfits will be
rewarded with free entry into the park
For the first time, Legoland Malaysia Resort is organising a special Halloween celebration dedicated to children.  Themed, Brick or Treat, this special celebration is planned for the next two weekends Oct 24 to 26 and Oct 31 to Nov 2.  

The main attraction for the Halloween season is a giant Lego pumpkin and when children come dressed in the spookiest costumes, they will be rewarded with free entry into the park.

A host of fun activities will be held at
Lego Kingdoms during the celebrations
Head to the Lego Kingdoms to see how the castle area is transformed by Halloween themed decorations.  Visitors can look forward to a pumpkin carving challenge for children and face-painting fun as well as learn from master builders, the art to construct mini pumpkins, bats, spiders and other spooky monsters using Lego bricks. 

Besides a host of fun activities, visitors can enjoy photo opportunities with the park’s giant pumpkin that took Master Model Builders more than 300 hours to build with more than 28,000 Lego bricks.  Visitors can also admire a specially decorated Nissan Almera car and children can take part in fun activities around the car.  These include a pumpkin colouring contest and exciting mystery giveaways. 

“This is a great celebration for our most important guests – the children,” said General Manager of Legoland Malaysia Resort, Mark Germyn.  “We will continue to create more exciting experiences at the Resort so guests will have something to look forward to every time they visit us,” he added.

The Lego Star Wars Miniland is the lastest
attraction at Legoland Malaysia
In addition to the Halloween attractions, visitors can also experience the brand new Lego Star Wars Miniland at the park.  This is a fully air-conditioned indoor attraction where the younger generation may be introduced to exciting Star Wars characters Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Yoda, R2D2 and C-3PO and their adventures in a galaxy far, far away.  

The excitement begins with a brief video introduction and continues in a journey through iconic scenes from the six Star Wars blockbuster movie episodes and The Clone Wars animated series.  Look out for life-size Lego Star Wars characters and have fun with taking photos with them!

Follow the sound of his snores to
find this sleepy soldier!
Opened in stages since 2012, Legoland Malaysia Resort comprises the Legoland Theme Park, Water Park and Hotel in one Lego themed location in Nusajaya.  It is a family holiday destination with more than 70 rides, slides, shows and attractions, designed for families with children aged between 2 to 12.  This Resort, the first of its kind in Asia, offers fun, adventure and education in action-packed day trips or for a short holiday break.

For a limited time, Legoland Malaysia has a special offer only to Johor residents to enjoy unlimited park access with a Resident Annual Pass or Premium Annual Pass.  Just bring your Identity Card or other proof of residence to the Legoland Malaysia ticketing window for application or renewal.  

For more info on special ticket prices and Resort events, visit website: www.legoland.my or call Reservations on Tel: 607 – 597 8888.

A version of this article was published in The New Straits Times, Streets Johor on 20 Oct 2014

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