It's Christmas time at Legoland Malaysia

I cheered and clapped along with the crowd when young guests at Legoland Malaysia Resort correctly answered quiz questions and won prizes of Lego boxes at the launch of the Legoland advent calendar, recently.

A unique Christmas tree made of Duplo blocks!
In this season of giving, Legoland Malaysia is getting generous with gifts and one guest each day has the chance to win the day’s top prize when they open a window on the Legoland advent calendar at 7pm every day in December!
The advent calendar features 31 windows for each day of the month and one window would be opened every day in this festive month for lucky guests to win prizes.

Resort guests are in for a treat as the prizes include a set of flight tickets for a family of four (4) to Chiang Mai, Thailand, hotel stay packages for families and various sets of attractive Lego boxes with toys like Lego Star Wars, Ninjago and the Christmas series, for endless fun.

A window on the advent calendar will be opened
every day in December for guests to win prizes
The advent calendar also acts as a countdown to the festivities in the park this holiday season that will culminate with a spectacular 3D Lego fireworks display on Dec 31 when Legoland Malaysia ushers in a brand new year.

At this year-end holiday, guests are invited to join a Brick-Tacular journey in Legoland Malaysia and enjoy new rides, attractions and activities.  Visit the Snow Village and Christmas Market to experience special snow effects four times a day and enjoy “Christmas Carl” an entertaining and interactive Christmas stage show.

Guests having fun in the Legoland Malaysia snow fall
Look out for the Sleigh Parade where Santa and his elves, along with the Gingerbread Man and Tin Soldier, will tour the resort to distribute holiday candies and treats to everyone.  So catch Santa in action and capture a few photo mementoes this festive season.

And when the sun goes down, guests can better appreciate the lights and decorations on Legoland’s unique Christmas tree – the tallest in Asia, made entirely of Duplo blocks!

A visit to the park is not complete without trying out the fully immersive 4D Lego Ninjago The Ride, the first of its kind in Asia and the latest hi-tech attraction in Legoland Malaysia!

The iconic Petronas Twin Towers in
the upgraded KL Cluster in Miniland
Inspired by the popular Lego line of Ninjago toys and TV series, this dark ride allows guests to become their favourite characters and defeat the Great Devourer using hand gesture technology by Triotech where virtual projectiles are thrown by bare hands!

When you visit Miniland at Legoland Malaysia to enjoy miniatures of iconic buildings in and around Asia, look for the recently upgraded Kuala Lumpur Cluster and have fun trying to identify familiar landmarks in the capital city.

At the launch of the upgraded KL Cluster, I witnessed how Legoland Malaysia Resort’s General Manager (Interim), Young Pil-Kim, and Director of Operations, Casper Bonavent, each chose a spot in the KL Cluster to place their Lego miniature figure.

My friend, Florence and I, also had our own Lego miniature figures and when invited to pick a spot to place them in the KL Cluster, we looked high and low, wondering where we could ask the master model-maker members to help us add them into the display.

Florence and I with our Lego miniature models
When I spotted several Lego miniature Santa on the rooftops, Florence and I decided that our Lego miniature models should join Santa up there!

So when you visit the KL Cluster in Miniland, check out a building with a wild name like Wisma Koponaz and there you should meet the Lego miniature models on its rooftop that represent Florence and me!

For more info on promotion and activities, visit Legoland Malaysia Resort’s official website on 

Stay connected with the resort via social handles Facebook and Twitter to find out more on online Brick-Tacular activities and promotions.  

Happy Holidays!

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